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Ten Commandments Bundle

Ten Commandments Bundle

Two fully resourced lessons concerning an introduction to the 10 Commandments and their relevance today - complete with a 10 Commandments Assembly / Act of Collective Worship
hundredacre15
Jewish views on life after death

Jewish views on life after death

PowerPoint crated for the Edexcel GCSE course. the lesson includes information on Jewish views on life after death and also an activity for students to discuss divergent attitudes. Also GCSE style questions plus answers are included.
siedle1986
Jewish food laws

Jewish food laws

Lesson created for the Edexcel GCSE on Jewish food laws. the lesson includes explanations and sources of wisdom and authority. I have also included directed differentiation tasks for students to complete and a frame to help with the D style questions.
siedle1986
Good friday

Good friday

Key stage 3 lesson on Good Friday. i have included a link to a clip on youtube however just in case the link doesnt work, here is is; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryG-Peyyv7w&pbjreload=10 lesson also includes oppertunity for students to practice Bible skills.
siedle1986
The design argument

The design argument

Lesson aimed at the new Edexcel Religious Studies GCSE covering arguments for the existence of God, the design argument. This is for the Catholic papers philosophy and ethics unit. the lesson also includes a few clips which I have mainly used youtube for and the links can be found on the slides Includes sample of practice questions with answers for self or peer marking.
siedle1986
Malaikah  - PPT lesson on the Muslim view of Angels

Malaikah - PPT lesson on the Muslim view of Angels

For teachers of GCSE Religious Studies. This covers the nature and importance of angels in Islam and individual characteristics of those named in the Qur’an. Each are accompanied with tasks, (including a thought-provoking starter/discussion point and plenary), to ensure that students get all the important bits written up in their text books. To simplify or save time if required, there is also a worksheet included. In other words, everything students need to know accordingly to the GCSE specification.
mr.payne
Christianity - Discipleship in the New Testament

Christianity - Discipleship in the New Testament

This is a PowerPoint Presentation and worksheet that can be used for KS3 and KS4 or Junior and Leaving Cert classes. It can be used in both a denominational and non-denominational classroom context. It can be used as part of a module on Christianity. The PPT contains a basic introduction to the idea of discipleship in the New Testament. The Presentation also includes some discussion and writing tasks for the students to do. Learning objectives are stated at the start of the presentation. There is also a PDF worksheet included which includes extra information on discipleship and the same exercises as in the PPT.
katiemurphy111
Muhammad and Revelation (11/14)

Muhammad and Revelation (11/14)

A new scheme of work aimed at KS3 Y7. This unit of work will be a Chronology of Monotheism. Starting with Genesis, moving through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each religion will cover Key religious figures, information on their holy book and a rite of passage/religious practice. The aim of this unit is to compliment our GCSE curriculum in which we study Christianity and Islam. The learning journey for the unit is included. Muhammad and Revelation- the first of two lessons where we look at why Muhammad was chosen by Allah to reveal the Qur’an. The emphasis is on Muhammad as a person, a Qur’an lesson is covered later in the unit. Worksheets are at the end of the powerpoint.
SquishyResources
What does Malala believe?

What does Malala believe?

A lesson I used for an observations with year 7. It discusses the importance of education for girls and how this links to Muslim beliefs about education and gaining kowledge. Tasks include - annotating Qur’an quotes, ordering Malala’s life events and discussing whether or not education should be included in the 5 Pillars of Islam. There is an assessment and grading grid at the end.
Cassylj24
Worksheets for lesson on Depression- Great for KS3, Ages 11-14, Grades 6-8, PSHE, English, RE

Worksheets for lesson on Depression- Great for KS3, Ages 11-14, Grades 6-8, PSHE, English, RE

These worksheets were designed to go along with the Power Point presentation in the ‘Lesson on Depression for teens’ pack, which you can find here. The two page worksheet can also be used on it’s own, to help students think about common misconceptions about depression (the first activity- ‘myth vs reality’ where students circle the realities and cross out the myths!); make a list of ‘good distractions’ that can help to lift depression; and answer key questions about depression. Included is a colour and grayscale version of the worksheet. These worksheets are perfect for Key Stage 3 PSHE, English or RE lessons. They could also be used as starter activities with Key Stage 4 and 5 students.
HowToBeAGoodHuman
Baptism (10/14)

Baptism (10/14)

A new scheme of work aimed at KS3 Y7. This unit of work will be a Chronology of Monotheism. Starting with Genesis, moving through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each religion will cover Key religious figures, information on their holy book and a rite of passage/religious practice. The aim of this unit is to compliment our GCSE curriculum in which we study Christianity and Islam. The learning journey for the unit is included. Baptism: An introduction to the concept of the 7 sacraments. The lesson then looks at the difference between infant and believer baptism. Considering why someone would choose to baptise their child. Main activity encourages students to write aletter of advice to a pregnant woman considering baptism for her child. There is some further reading to encourage challenge and literacy development.
SquishyResources
Eduqas A level model essay on the Trinity (AO1 AO2)

Eduqas A level model essay on the Trinity (AO1 AO2)

This is a modelled answer on the Trinity with a task for the following question for Eduqas Spec: a) Examine the origin and significance of the Trinity (20) b) ‘The Trinity is not necessary to understand God.’ Evaluate this statement (30)
lazz_mac
Christian Denominations (9/14)

Christian Denominations (9/14)

A new scheme of work aimed at KS3 Y7. This unit of work will be a Chronology of Monotheism. Starting with Genesis, moving through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each religion will cover Key religious figures, information on their holy book and a rite of passage/religious practice. The aim of this unit is to compliment our GCSE curriculum in which we study Christianity and Islam. The learning journey for the unit is included. Christian Denominations: Looking at how Christianity split and became different denominations. Using chocolate and football analogies. Students complete a market place activity to look at the different denominations and then complete a fact file.
SquishyResources
Artwork in Catholicism

Artwork in Catholicism

created for edexcel spec A Group activities personal reflection video clips interpretation of artwork exam style question assessment
joanna_lee700
Sin and Crime

Sin and Crime

Lesson explaining the reasons we need laws and rules Catechism quotes about the difference between a sin and a crime Activities Exam style questions
joanna_lee700
Kosher Food laws

Kosher Food laws

Created for Edexcel spec B Kosher food laws Video clips Starter activities Class discussion points Baseline assessment Sources of wisdom and authority
joanna_lee700
Catholic Church architecture

Catholic Church architecture

Created for Edexcel Spec A Religious Studies Powerpoint Note page Exam style question assessment sheet Video clips Class activities Reflection activity Sources of wisdom and authority
joanna_lee700
An Introduction to the History of Islam

An Introduction to the History of Islam

This bundle consists of three different presentations on: The early life of Muhammad. The development of Islam. The spread of Islam. Each resource consists of a PowerPoint Presentation that uses bright attractive colours and pictures throughout. At the end of each presentation there is a questions section that can either be used for orally or for written work at the end of the lesson. Additionally each presentation uses ‘thought bubbles’ throughout to highlight key questions and points of interest.
katiemurphy111
What's it like to be a Muslim in the UK in 2018?

What's it like to be a Muslim in the UK in 2018?

KS3 RE lesson on the positive and negative experiences Muslims face in the UK in 2018. Pupils work through the basics of Islamic belief and ideas, then use these to establish what positive opportunities Muslims experience in modern Britain, and how difficult some things like just eating in MacDonalds or doing PE at school during Ramadan can be. Pupils then consider further reasons why Muslims can face difficulties linked to how people have misinterpreted the term Jihad in the media. The outcome is an extended piece of writing. Please note that the true/false cards and the sorting statements are from a resource by Danielle99 and so this resource is free - I’d rather not capitalise from other’s work!
bernardmanning1
Places of Worship

Places of Worship

A lesson on the places of worship with a focus on the Mosque as well as the Catholic Church. There is extra information in the notes section for teachers to refer to and videos that the teacher can show students - feel free to tweak to your liking!
flyporsh