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Abrahamic Religions Bundle

Abrahamic Religions Bundle

FREE with code VALUEDCUSTOMER at the checkout. 5x Complete 1 hour lessons with Powerpoints, clips and worksheets, suitable for KS3/4, with a variety of different level tasks for MA,LA or Core, all differentiated to 3 or 4 levels. Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above. A look at the three Abrahamic religions, what unites them and who Abraham was. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
EC_Resources
Science and Religion: The Big Bang

Science and Religion: The Big Bang

A lesson for KS3 students to get their heads around the Big Bang and if it is compatible with religious beliefs. Can one believe in God and the Big Bang? This includes videos about the big bang, the size of the universe and a short powerpoint with pictures of earth to play while students enter to create that SMSC 'awe and wonder' feeling. Also included are instructions in the PPT on how to teach and youtube links. Learning Questions: What is the Big Bang theory? What is my opinion about how the universe was created? Is it possible to believe in religion AND science? Great for SMSC, Religious Studies, and Science and Religion modules.
DavidFew
Islam quiz quiz trade

Islam quiz quiz trade

A quiz quiz trade activity designed to introduce Islam. Includes twenty-five cards. I used this to introduce Islam to GCSE students for the new Edexcel spec.
H0mers
Eduqas Component One: Issues of Good and Evil - Crime and Punishment

Eduqas Component One: Issues of Good and Evil - Crime and Punishment

Created using the new Eduqas specification and textbook as guidance. This bundle consists of the Crime and Punishment section of the issues of good and evil theme 11 Lessons in total focusing on: wrong actions, religious responses to wrong actions, types of morality, crime, the causes of crime, aims of punishment, justice, prisons and prison reformers, the death penalty and religious responses to the death penalty. Religions focused on are Christianity and Islam Contains exam skills and questions
Edp350
Holy War AQA 9-1 GCSE (Religion, Peace and Conflict 6.6)

Holy War AQA 9-1 GCSE (Religion, Peace and Conflict 6.6)

In this research lesson students will use IT facilities along with a highly structured lesson to explore real world examples of Holy War. They will examine teachings from both Christianity and Islam and identify religious justifications for war. They will also explore how Holy War might be a more complex issue when we take into account the non-religious causes of the war. They will be guided to create an outstanding Q5 answer to Holy War and analyse a model essay to help prepare them for writing their own. The lesson was designed for use with the new AQA Religious Studies A - 'Relationship, Peace and Conflict'. It will, however, work with any specification including Holy War. Target grade is 7-9. Ready to teach this lesson includes: - Full Lesson Plan - PowerPoint - Worksheets (including teacher answer sheet) - Model Q5 answer
toddbeamish
Changing attitudes to relationships AQA 9-1 GCSE (Relationships and Families 3.0)

Changing attitudes to relationships AQA 9-1 GCSE (Relationships and Families 3.0)

I teach this lesson at the start of the Relationships and Families thematic unit (Chapter 3). I want students to understand the diverse world we live in and put the learning we will do into context. I also want the students to understand that we embrace all of them and are not interested in pigeon-holing them into badly defined categories of sexuality. The aim here is to open the debate, challenge preconceptions, build a welcoming and open discussion environment and show them how relevant this topic area is to all of us.
toddbeamish