This lesson aims to give a different perspective on religious art.Tattoos are becoming nore prominant in society.This lesson allows students to view art differently.Please view it as only a catalyst to the lesson.The rest is up to you
IWB ordering activity of 10 important things to remember about Bar Mitzvah. Taken from Connections Book C.
This is followed by power point that is designed to help pupils write an extended piece of writng. It supports the sequence for writing used to help improve literacy
Some of the Christmas Quizzes that I’ve used over the years, with rounds on The Christmas Stories, Christmas Kareoke, Pantos, General Knowledge - mix and match or just use one. I’ve used them in form time.
This is the next step in extended writing concentrating on Christian baptism and confirmation. This time along with a sequence that supports extended writing, there is a mark scheme to help pupils assess their own and peers work. Again work is taken from Connections Book C pages 10-11 and 4-5.
Overview of the new OCR Religious Studies (Philosophy and Ethics) course for our Sixth Form Handbook. It's the sort of thing all sixth forms do so I thought uploading it here might prevent some poeple having to reinvent the wheel...
115 images and texts which explore life and meaning on earth encompassing many different faiths, races, cultures and ages etc on the way. Designed to use as part of a Community Cohesion programme to stimulate reflection and discussion - this should ideally be accompanied by music. It was designed with ‘Windmills of your Mind’ (All Angels version). I
This is a powerpoint presentation that does what it says on the tin! I've also included a worksheet which has been recommended to me by one of the new OCR PEs as an ideal resources to use to get students thinking in an evaluative way.I intend to use the powerpoint and plan in one leasson and get them doing a test on this and other evaulation questions in a follow-up lesson.
Twelve mark evaluation questions should take in the region of 12-15 minutes to write in exam conditions.
Quiz sheet and Quiz powerpoint.(all of the answers are on the powerpoint there is a seperate question sheet for the bonus round. The traditions of christmas has been adapted from a previous user (thankyou) to give 10 pieces ofinformation on sheets that are stuck around the room. Each team is only allowed to have one person leave the table at a time and they can't take the sheet - only six minutes to answer 10 so will be frantic!
From past experience, using this template takes around 35-40 minutes to complete. The keypad round takes at least 8-10 minutes.
This is a short video sequence put together to show a wide range of ideas about death covering a wide range of different religions and perspectives. It is designed for use as a starter activity or a discussion peice. Please leave feedback if you use this resource.
These quotations illustrate the 'exclusivist, inclusivist and pluralist attitudes towards other faiths. I have used these with my GCSE group and had them cut them out and sort them into the relevant categories. You could also give one each to pairs of students and get them to organise themselves. I did select the quotes with high achieving students in mind.
Buddhist interpretation of the classic Snake game, which challenges you to use the cursors to control a young Buddha as he roams around his courtyard. Avoid the hazards of illness, old age, and death whilst collecting wisdom from the meditating ascetic.