This is for a complete unit of work for the Islam beliefs module. It has 18 lessons including a past paper as well as revision resources. You should have the green AQA book by Parry, Hayes and Butler to go with the lessons as some lessons refer to pages in the book. There are worksheets and challeneg tasks as well as exam questions, with a focus on the 4 mark quetsions at the end of the unit.
This is a whole unit of work of twelve lessons on Christianity beliefs. There are various activities and worksheets and a power point for each lesson. The lessons sometimes refer to the course text book so it would be useful to have this to accompany the lessons. There is also exam practice and challenge and support questions as well as support for students in building the twelve mark questions.
This is for a series of lessons on ethical thought. There are worksheets, video links and powerpoints as well as summary sheets. The topics covered are Divine Command theory, Ethical Egoism and Virtue Theory. I have written these lessons alongside the text book so students may need to refer to it (or another source) in some activities. There is also exam practice on the AO1 and AO2 questions.
This is a series of 3 lessons on the topic of marriage. There are some resources available which include religious quotes. There are challenge tasks and writing frameworks as well as a few exam style questions. It focuses on what the types of marriage are, the purpose of marriage, forced and arranged marriage and same sex marriage.
This is for a unit of work for part A, theme 2 of Islam. It goes into detail about the nature and concept of Allah and Shahadah as well as having exam questions, including the evaluation questions. I have referred to the text book in these lessons so they will work best alongside the text book that accompanies AS Islam.
This is for a unit of work on the concepts of Malaikah (angels) and the Final Day of Judgement as per the spec for this module. There is a pp and worksheet/booklet that students fill in as they go through the lessons. I have written this with reference to the textbook so it will be handy to have as some activities refer to it.
This is for a series of lessons, guiding students to complete a presentation on this topic. There is some key information there, but students will also need to refer to the Islam text book/another source as well. There is a worksheet as well as exam questions and guidance.
This is for a two hour lesson on the Magna Carta. The lesson outlines what the magna carta is, with a fun video to watch and take notes from, then looks at whether or not this means that prisoners have the same rights to vote, and then examines the case study of Thompson and Venables and how the Magna Carta is relevant today. There is also an exam question that students can either answer as part of the lesson or just draft arguments for and against.
This is a whole module resource bundle for Natural law for the new specification. There are 10 lessons in total with revision materials and booklets as well as a knowledge and skills check sheet. There are exam questions and planning sheets as well as full analysis ideas using the AS text book. There are videos to support the application of NL to euthanasia and abortion.
This resources is a full list of studies and theorists from the AQA A-Level Sociology spec for families and households. There are page number links to the sociology book 1 (web et al). This is for the new spec.
This bundle contains information on the application of nuclear weapons and animal testing to Utilitarianism including model answers and essay plan booklets for students. Theres is also a question and model answer on the outline of Bentham’s calculus for the AO1 questions.
This booklet outlines the main parts of situation ethics, strengths and weaknesses and application to the ideas of polyamoury and homosexuality as per the exam spec. There are also links to possible exam questions and exam style/structure as well.
This booklet is a summary of the Utilitarianism module for a level Ethics. It has an outline of Bentham, Mill, Singer, and how the theory relates to contemporary issues, as well as a link to animal testing and the use of nuclear weapons. It is a basic summary but good for revision.
These marking grids allow students to be assessed and self assess their work using a student friendly marking grid. Can be edited to suit needs of students, but gives them a way to easily identify their current skills and how they move forwards.
This is for a whole bundle of resources for the Utilitarianism part of the Ethics module. It includes Bentham and Mill’s Utilitarianism as well as strengths and weaknesses and application to the issues of animal testing and nuclear weapons. Most resources are included with each lesson on handouts, as well as a course overview/check list for students, however you will need the AS Eduqas book or similar resource for a few of the handouts…just requires photocopying a page in 2 of the lessons. I have adapted several other resources from here and other teachers to make these resources so please leave feedback.
This lesson teaches students how to analyse sources. I found that a lot of my KS3 students didn’t know how to do this so i did this lesson based on crime and punishment/trial by ordeal that we have been learning about.
This resource is a series of 18 lessons for the year 7 landscapes module for geography. The lessons include erosion, weathering, rock formation, rock types, waterfalls, coastal erosion and glaciers. Most resources are in each lesson with challenge and support tasks for each. THere isnt a lesson plan for each lesson, but he powerpoints are quite self-explanatory. THe only thing you would need to add to this is a set of rocks for the rock type lesson, but the resources can be adapted to work without them there, There are GCSE style questions on some of the lessons as well as a project on our local park to apply what they have leanrt. There is also an assessment. I will try and add a feedback lesson once i have actually carried out this assessment. (won’t be until start of July)
This lesson includes a powerpoint, lesson plan and resources on Christian and Catholic attitudes to same sex marriage with a brief video and exam practice. I have used it with year 9 and with GCSE students as well.
This resource is a GCSE exam technique guidance booklet, focusing on buzz words and structure for different types of questions, including structure for 6 and 12 mark questions. Students have generally found it quite useful. I wrote it originally for aqa but haven't had to adapt it at all for edexcel, so would fit most exam boards.
This is a 4 page summary sheet for the Law and Justice module. I planned the module from scratch and it includes the basic information that students need to know. There are also some exam style questions that are largely based on topics in the new textbook, and there are some additional quick win questions.
This resource is a whole bundle of lessons that covers all of the topics needed for the new spec of the GCSE. There are support and challenge activities with a course overview from the exam board to ensure all content is covered, as well as a knowledge and skills sheet for students to track their own learning. The content has been produced using the new text book as a guide (orange one) and you will need this for a few of the lessons. Most lessons have their own lesson plans and resources. There are also two assessments with feedback lessons and model answers, as well as a few revision resources. I used to be a prison officer before teaching, so have used my experience in some of these lessons (all case studies have been in the media so can be talked about) Any feedback is massively appreciated.