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Jewish Identity Unit

Jewish Identity Unit

A series of four fully resourced lessons which could be used surrounding Holocaust Memorial material. Suitable for KS3 especially, these lessons contain stimulating questions and activities. Powerpoints, audio visual material and worksheets can be used as distinct unit around Holocaust Memorial Day in the month of January.
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Why should we keep the memory of The Holocaust alive?

Why should we keep the memory of The Holocaust alive?

Complete with a personal account, this fully resourced lesson poses the important question about why The Holocaust should be remembered with such significance. Powerpoint contains stimulating questions, activities along with thoughtful and reflective audio visual material.Differentiated task sheets included too. Can be used as part of a resource bundle entitled "Why should we commemorate The Holocaust"?
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What was Jewish life like before The Holocaust?

What was Jewish life like before The Holocaust?

Fully resourced lesson concerning aspects of wartime Jewish Life. Focus is upon how the Jews as communities lived their lives before the events of The Holocaust. Not designed as a comprehensive study but rather as a snapshot exploring the positives before the negatives. Complete with detailed powerpoint stimulus questions, activities and audio visual material to gauge reaction with discussion.Can be used as part of a resource bundle entitled "Why should we commemorate The Holocaust?"
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What do we mean by "Covenant"?

What do we mean by "Covenant"?

The Roommate Agreement from "The Big Bang Theory" helps to explore the concept of Covenant within Judaism. Fully resourced lesson focussing upon promises - especially for Abraham, Noah and Moses. Complete with audio visual material, powerpoint, activities and moments to check progress and understanding. Part of a resource bundle entitled "Why should we commemorate The Holocaust?"
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RE GCSE AQA Religion, Crime and Punishment - lesson 2 Evil and Evil Crimes

RE GCSE AQA Religion, Crime and Punishment - lesson 2 Evil and Evil Crimes

This is the second lesson in this unit of work. (I have attached the MTP) so that you can easily see how the unit fits into the wider picture). This lesson contains lots of clips and discussion and my students found it very engaging. I have included all the links to clips, discussion (and the answers my group gave), key teachings on evil from 4 faiths and also a homework. This would also be an ideal cover lesson as the teacher led parts are quite minimal. Please note that I gave my students homework last lesson to learn the key terms from the glossary (in L1 if you are interested) and as it is on the PPT I have also included that, but you may want to remove it if it doesn't apply. Any questions, please just ask :)
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RE GCSE AQA Religion, Crime and Punishment - Lesson 1 Types and causes of crime

RE GCSE AQA Religion, Crime and Punishment - Lesson 1 Types and causes of crime

This is the first in a set of lessons written especially for Theme E - Religion, Crime and Punishment. There are discussions, tasks, activities, homework etc. all built into the PPT which leads the lesson. I have also included a glossary of terms and the medium term plan so you can see what is to come. I will be posting the rest of the lessons in the coming weeks. I have also made cards on Quizlet and there is a link to this on the relevant glossary slide.
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GCSE Religious Studies: Extremism in Christianity: Activity and Resources

GCSE Religious Studies: Extremism in Christianity: Activity and Resources

Explore religious extremism in Christianity by looking at examples of extremism in Christianity and the Christian response to extremism! Differentiated worksheets included. Editable Word documents and PDFs included in the download - for compatibility. Created for GCSE Religious Studies - Eduqas specification, though can be applied across specifications and qualifications. As an examiner for this specification, I have used what I know of the course to create this resource. Please give feedback! I am always happy to respond to comments - whether positive or constructive - this will help to improve the quality of my resources in the future and, more importantly, the quality of pupils' RE/RS education in general - which is what we're all here for!
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AQA RE GCSE Theme D Religion Peace and Conflict

AQA RE GCSE Theme D Religion Peace and Conflict

Everything you need to teach this unit is included here. Five lessons with plenty of activities and resources all included. I have also attached the end of unit assessment and answer booklet (also available separately) and the essential teachings booklet as well.
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