GCSE Buddhism - 20 LessonsQuick View

GCSE Buddhism - 20 Lessons

Thanks to all of those who have left reviews below and helped this to become the "go-to" resource for teaching Buddhism at GCSE level. This bundle contains 20 high-quality lessons, each with lesson plans, presentations, and most with worksheets. It has been designed around the new OCR B specification, consequently it is also fully sufficient to teach the AQA specification (and will be useful to teachers teaching on Edexcel, which is slightly different to OCR B/AQA in terms of course contents) It covers all necessary material for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section (Section A) of the course in relation to BUDDHISM. It is the product of many weeks work: I have aimed to make these resources such that every lesson would receive a good or outstanding rating if inspected. All lesson downloads include: -A detailed lesson plan: explaining objectives, differentiation, cross-curricular aims, AfL tasks, and an activity timeline. -A presentation file designed to the highest professional standard. -Integrated and varied AfL -A suggested homework task The course features 15 worksheets, a 'Buddhist board-game' template, various 'knowledge hunt' activities and also features an IT Suite Lesson. It is designed to be a complete course for the first year of GCSE Religious Studies teaching. Downloading this bundle will certainly save you many many hours of preparation time: as a practising Buddhist I hope it will allow Religious Studies Teachers to teach the Buddhist component of their chosen GCSE specification. Positive reviews are warmly welcomed: I have made this course with pride and hope you will find it comprehensive and useful. "May you be happy, may you be healthy, may you be peaceful."
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A-Level RE - Buddhism - Development of Buddhism into China and JapanQuick View

A-Level RE - Buddhism - Development of Buddhism into China and Japan

These lessons will support learning when studying the development of Buddhism into China and Japan. These detailed, well-planned lessons have a double two hour lesson in mind. These lesson will include Zen memes, YouTube hyperlinks which explain the Flower Sermon and the life of Soto Zen Monks. These lesson also use plenty of academic sources, varied learning checks, plenty of tasks with supporting worksheets, examples of exam questions and prompts for evaluation and supporting notes and work booklest for students to complete throughout the lessons. This lesson supports exam questions from the Eduqas/WJEC specification but can easily be adapted for all specifications
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A-Level RE - Buddhism – Going for Refuge in BuddhismQuick View

A-Level RE - Buddhism – Going for Refuge in Buddhism

This lesson will help students learn and understand the importance of the Three Refuges (Jewels) in Buddhism. This lesson will help students understand the importance of taking refuge in everyday life and introduce the concept of Buddhists taking refuge in the Buddha, the dharma and the Sangha. It will support progress by supplying students with the opinions of different scholars and Buddhists
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A-Level RE - BuddhismQuick View

A-Level RE - Buddhism

These series of lessons - each one designed to last for at least a double (and sometimes a triple) - will support the learning of students studying either the first year of A-Level or those sitting an AS. It contains a detailed look at the foundations of Buddhism with each lesson supported by scholars, Buddhist quotes and learning checks.
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BuddhismQuick View

Buddhism

A presentation including basic theory of Buddhism, its main ideas and philosophy (reincarnation, meditation, Karma, Cycle of life).
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Buddhism handoutQuick View

Buddhism handout

Buddhism Buddhism has influenced Asian religion, society, and culture for over 2,500 years. Today, most Buddhists live in Sri Lanka, East and Southeast Asia, and Japan. Buddhism consists of several different sects. A religious sect is a group within a religion that distinguishes itself by one or more unique beliefs. Buddhists are united in their belief in the Buddha’s teachings, known as the dharma. Because the Buddha is said to have “set in motion the wheel of the dharma” during his first sermon, his teaching is often symbolized by a wheel, as shown above. The Buddha taught that the key to happiness was detachment from all worldly goods and desires. This was achieved by following the Noble Eightfold Path, or the Middle Way, a life between earthly desires and extreme forms of self-denial. Ritual Women in Rangoon, Myanmar, sweep the ground so that monks can avoid stepping on and killing any insects. Many Buddhists believe in rebirth, the idea that living beings, after death, are reborn and continue to exist. Buddhists believe that all living beings possess the potential for spiritual growth—and the possibility of rebirth as humans. Leadership Those who dedicate their entire life to the teachings of the Buddha are known as Buddhist monks and nuns. In many Buddhist sects, monks are expected to lead a life of poverty, meditation, and study. Here, Buddhist monks file past shrines in Thailand. To learn humility, monks must beg for food and money. Worship Practices Statues of the Buddha, such as this one in China, appear in shrines throughout Asia. Buddhists strive to follow the Buddha’s teachings through meditation, a form of religious contemplation. They also make offerings at shrines, temples, and monasteries.
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Buddhism Religion Study - BuddhistQuick View

Buddhism Religion Study - Buddhist

Buddhism This Kid's Life is a booklet that focuses on how a child lives daily life in a their religion. This particular book tracks the life of a boy named Anzan who is a Buddhist boy living in China. Included: 1. A pre-test to see what your students know about the Buddhism religion 2. A 3 page letter from Anzan that describes his life as a Buddhist boy 3. Facts about Buddhism and discussion questions 4. Word Search Puzzle 5. Secret Code Puzzle 6. Create a Mandala 7. Finding Happiness Activity 8. Create a Four Noble Truths Butterfly 9. Postcard Writing Activity 10. Buddhism Writing Activity 11. Buddhism Phrases and Verses 12. Crossword Puzzle about Buddhism 13. Similarities and Differences Organizer and Writing Activity Related Products: World Religions - HUGE DISCOUNT! Islam Judaism Hinduism Christianity All artwork is original and create by myself. Thanks for looking at my products, Yvonne Crawford
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Brief Introduction to the Origins of BuddhismQuick View

Brief Introduction to the Origins of Buddhism

This is a brief introduction to Buddhism for the open level world religions course (HRF3O) according to the Ontario, Canada curriculum. It includes class work that corresponds to the World Religions A Canadian Catholic Perspective and a worksheet that can be found in my account as a separate resource.
travellingbelle
China Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism Comparison ActivityQuick View

China Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism Comparison Activity

Ancient China: Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism Comparison Activity introduces students to the three major religions of Ancient China: Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism. Students read informational text and use the information to complete one of three comparative activities on the three religions of Ancient China. Included in this teacher's guide: - Informational Text for students - Teacher directions - Ready-to-use activity directions of students - Student sample Save by purchasing as part of an Ancient China: Teacher Resource Bundle of Activities and Projects These activities are a valuable addition to your study of Ancient China. Use along with other activities, simulations, and projects. This purchase is for one teacher only. This resource is not to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. If you are interested in a site license, please contact me for a quote at docrunning@kulikuli.net. This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives.
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The Story of India: Episode 2: The Power of Ideas: Buddhism TIME STAMP 0-25mins  Questions ONLYQuick View

The Story of India: Episode 2: The Power of Ideas: Buddhism TIME STAMP 0-25mins Questions ONLY

The Story of India: Episode 2: The Power of Ideas: Buddhism TIME STAMP 0-25 MINUTES ONLY QUESTIONS ONLY Video Link provided as a courtesy. https://youtu.be/63Jw0Ky6ZpQ Flipped Classroom Activity The second episode of Michael Wood's journey through Indian history covers the last centuries BCE—the age of the Buddha. THE QUESTIONS ON THIS FILM GUIDE ONLY REFERS TO THE SECTION ON THE BUDDHA--TIME STAMP 0-25 MINUTES ******* The coming of the Greeks and the rule of the emperor Ashoka, one of the greatest figures in world history is also in episode 2, HOWEVER, THE QUESTIONS ON THIS FILM GUIDE ONLY REFERS TO THE BUDDHA--TIME STAMP 0-25 MINUTES
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Southeast Asia Murder Mystery w/ Worksheet (Industrial, Indochina,..)Quick View

Southeast Asia Murder Mystery w/ Worksheet (Industrial, Indochina,..)

If you have ever done a murder mystery you know how fun they are. This murder mystery is designed to be used in a classroom and teaches about Southeast Asia. Set in Vietnam, the murder mystery covers French colonization, Indochina, Industrialization, Buddhism and more. Students will enjoy working in small groups (4-5) and learning about content while solving a murder! Worksheet included along with a map of the murder scene and an answer key. This lesson takes 30-60 minutes depending on how you use it. Instructions are included. A generic sample is shown in the images. China Laos Cambodia Philippines, Emergency lesson plan fun interactive quick History Geography Asian
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Ancient India Digital Interactive Notebook Graphic organizers Ancient India Digital Interactive NoteQuick View

Ancient India Digital Interactive Notebook Graphic organizers Ancient India Digital Interactive Note

These 12+ ready-to-use digital notebook pages for your unit on Ancient India will engage your students. Explore the Indus Valley, the religion of Ancient India, the achievements and more of Ancient India. Great for Google Drive and 1:1 classrooms, this resource includes: - clickable graphic organizers for students - color coded boxes for the big ideas - teacher tips - EDITABLE answer key for each notebook page Topics included: - Geography of Ancient India - The Indus Valley - The Aryan People - The Caste System - The Family - Hinduism - Buddhism - Hinduism vs. Buddhism - Empires of India - Cultural Achievements of India - Reflections on India This resource available in the following bundles: - World History Digital Interactive Notebook Pages Bundle - Go big with World History World History Middle School Ultimate Teacher Resource Bundle (GROWING)(includes my entire middle school world history library) More Interactive Notebook Sets can be found here. This purchase is for one teacher only. This resource is not to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. If you are interested in a site license, please contact me for a quote at docrunning@kulikuli.net. This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives.
DocRunningHistory
Technology in the Classroom Ask an Expert about Ancient Cultures:Quick View

Technology in the Classroom Ask an Expert about Ancient Cultures:

Website forums allow students to e-mail their questions to experts and receive a response within days. This type of person to person correspondence allows for to students to discover how Professional study is conducted in a variety of field , to gain new insights into a subject to receive the most up to date information, and to get clarification on abstract or difficult concepts. Time: This assignment will take one or two class periods. Task: Formulate questions for online experts Purpose: To gain more in depth knowledge of ancient cultures Directions: 1. Identify areas of interest in ancient cultures. Topics may (but are not limited to…) a. Indo-European language families b. The Aryan Caste System c. The Origins and diffusion of Hinduism or Buddhism, d. Judaism and the Kingdom of Israel e. Similarities and differences among Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism 2. Use online forums and submit 1-2 questions- asking for clarification, in-depth information, or information on your topic of importance and why it is relevant today. 3. Create an “ask the Expert” bulletin board in the classroom where you can post your questions and the responses you have received. Technology tips: A. You can use keywords such as “Buddhism online forum” as a starting place B. Typing, “Ask an Expert” into a search engine will generate a list of sites. Many of these are designed for K-12 Students C. The Virtual Reference Desk (VRD) sponsored by the United States Department of Education is a good resource. Digital reference, or Ask A (Short for “as a librarian”) service, assist users in location information using library resources. Here you can learn about VDR through a Web site called the Librarian’s index to the Internet D. Local Libraries often have virtual reference desks. Here you should look for links on the local library homepage. My Web Librarian is one name to look for
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Ancient China Word Wall CardsQuick View

Ancient China Word Wall Cards

These word wall cards are a great way for students to improve their knowledge of Ancient China. This product contains 28 cards with definitions and images for each term: ♦ Analects ♦ Buddhism ♦ Confucius ♦ Empress Wu ♦ Forbidden City ♦ Genghis Khan ♦ Great Wall of China ♦ Laozi ♦ Qin Shi Huang ♦ Shiji ♦ Silk Road ♦ Sun Tzu ♦ Taoism (Daoism) ♦ Terracotta Army ♦ Xia Dynasty ♦ Shang Dynasty ♦ Zhou Dynasty ♦ Qin Dynasty ♦ Han Dynasty ♦ Six Dynasties ♦ Sui Dynasty ♦ Tang Dynasty ♦ Five Dynasties ♦ Song Dynasty ♦ Yuan Dynasty ♦ Ming Dynasty ♦ Qing Dynasty
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World Religions Unit Plan Bundle (English and Spanish options)Quick View

World Religions Unit Plan Bundle (English and Spanish options)

This unit is designed to educate students on the 12 most common religions in the world today through web-based research: Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism and Zoroastrianism; while at the same time facilitating the development of opinions on spiritual matters, teaching tolerance, and strengthening student writing through daily prompts and a final creative writing project. A final assessment utilizing student research is provided. There are 16 days of PowerPoint presentations to guide the learning leading up to the creative writing project. Each lesson opens with a higher order thinking question designed to develop opinions and teach tolerance. Questions are presented in Spanish and English, with the option to edit out the Spanish. The file “writing rubric” contains a student friendly rubric based on the WIDA writing rubric which should be used daily to evaluate student writing and allow opportunities for teachers to conference with students on how to move to the next level. Following a period where students write their answers, students should be encouraged to share their answers orally and respond to each other, allowing an opportunity for students to engage in a class discussion around the questions.
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Life of Siddhartha Story and Question SheetQuick View

Life of Siddhartha Story and Question Sheet

This worksheet is suitable for the grade 11 open level world religions course (HRF3O). It is a straight forward story based on an online source with accompanying questions. This covers the expectations relating to the origins of the Buddhist faith according to the Ontario, Canada curriculum.
travellingbelle
BBC Divine Women War of the Words Ep. 3 Quesitons & Answer Key Women & ReligionQuick View

BBC Divine Women War of the Words Ep. 3 Quesitons & Answer Key Women & Religion

Women in Religion 1. (00:00) Empress Theodora: Constantinople/Istanbul: Christianity 2. (20:10) Khadija bint Khuwaylid: Arabia/Medina /Mecca: Islam 3. (25:09) Aisha bint Abi Bakr: Mecca: Islam 4. (31:00) Empress Wu Zetian: Qianling, China: Buddhism 5. (47:44) St Hilda: Whitby, Britain: Christianity Video link provided as a courtesy 1. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xzrjcf_divine-women-war-of-the-words_shortfilms 2.https://video.search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?fr=yhs-mozilla-004&hsimp=yhs-004&hspart=mozilla&p=Divine+Women+War+of+the+Words#id=1&vid=ec1311251868b214a2a717e6c1ec13de&action=click In the last episode of Divine Women, Bettany Hughs looks at Theodora, the prostitute who became an empress and allied herself with Mary the Mother of God to rule over a great Christian empire. She also looks at the legacy of the wives of the prophet Mohammad: Khadija, the first convert to Islam and Aisha, whose words are still read by over two billion men and women today. Her focus then turns to Wu Zetien - a courtesan who harnessed the power of Buddhism to become the only women to rule China as Emperor - and St. Hilda who presided over the crucial conference, the Synod of Whitby, which decided when Christians in Britain celebrate Easter
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Great Religions Like You Have Never Seen! For Human Geography World HistoryQuick View

Great Religions Like You Have Never Seen! For Human Geography World History

ONLINE GAMES JUST ADDED!!! If you want your kids to learn about religion and do all the work while having fun doing it, this is the packet for you. Check out the preview to get a better idea how it works. This packet lets your kids teach themselves about Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism while you sit back and watch. It has them solving puzzles to divide up vocabulary for each religion then building on that vocabulary with higher learning activities. Founders, birth place, time period, clergy, beliefs and more are covered. Easy to add to and adjust. This packet will give them a great base for your teaching. Can take three to five days to work through depending on how much you want to add to it. There were two content based games just added. Hangman and Battleship based on Great Religions were added and you, and your students, can use them. Check out my Choose Your Own Adventures which include college, career, apartheid, genocide, South Africa, Holocaust, and Neolithic. Also check out murder mysteries, board games, matching card activities Change the way you teach, river valley civilizations Mesopotamia Egypt Nile Tigris Euphrates Yellow Indus Jesus Christian Muhammad Islam Hindu Buddha Buddhist Buddhism Jewish Judaism Israel Muslim Abraham Religion Geography History Fun Interactive Emergency Lesson Plan
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Friends and Family of India-Indian CommUNITY: 34 pc. ClipArt BW and Color!Quick View

Friends and Family of India-Indian CommUNITY: 34 pc. ClipArt BW and Color!

This 34 piece clip-art set includes 17 Friends and Family characters (various ages). 17 BW and 17 Color. Images are about 3" by 7", 300 png (some shorter or taller with transparent background. All characters are Indian (India nationality). This set is a repackaged alternate organization of various CommUNITY characters. Repackaged CommUNITY (Hispanic, Asian, Indian, Muslim) sets in the "Friends and Family format are designed to help teachers represent their school populations when visual representation is hard to find! (4 SETS) These sets feature specific concentrations of underrepresented communities. Each image is hand drawn (individually)! There are no recolors. Each illustration is a different character, inspired by real people. Characters are named for organization purpose only and names/relationships may be changed. Featured Characters (Includes BW and Color Version) 2 Senior Citizens 2 Adults 4 Teens 8 Kids 1 Baby
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