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(13.7) Catholic teachings about poverty - 35 slides -

(13.7) Catholic teachings about poverty - 35 slides -

(13.7) Catholic teachings about poverty Objectives i. Know what the Catholic Church teaches about the Christian duty to take action against poverty. ii. Understand significance of the teaching that the needs of the poor should be put first (the preferential option for the poor).

By kutepoppygirl95

Religious Education revision notes

Religious Education revision notes

In this bundle, you will get the latest revision notes for OCR GCSE Religious Education in preparation for the summer exam 2017 onwards. In this purchase you will get the following: Medical Ethics Religion and Equality Nature of deity Religion and Human Experience Religion, peace and justice End of Life Relationship

By 123birouk

Drugs, Alcohol and Religious Attitudes

Drugs, Alcohol and Religious Attitudes

What is a drug? What are the categories of drugs? What do religious believers believe about drugs? At least 2 lessons of work here about Drugs, Alcohol and Religious Attitudes to Substance abuse to help students understand the dangers of substance abuse. The Powerpoints include an embedded video from Teacher TV about alcohol abuse (which is really good!) and there's plenty of activities to explore with them. A bonus lesson here too debating legalisation and decriminalisation of cannabis.

By DavidFew

Animal Rights

Animal Rights

A resource which is intended to run over 4 lessons: independent study with some introduction and video clips which can be uploaded to your server, and students can access them in their own time using headphones. Great for independent study, differentiation, SMSC, PHSE, Religious Studies and Citizenship, as well as General Studies, this resource stimulates outrage, insight and curiosity. It also includes historical and cultural insights, like the Ecuadorian Government signing in the rights of nature into law.

By DavidFew