The BBC resources for Hinduism. With links on the following aspects of the religion: Beliefs, Moksha
The soul (from BBC Radio 4), Deities, Vishnu, Shiva.
Brahma, Lakshmi, Ethics, Abortion, Animal ethics,
Capital punishment, Contraception, Euthanasia and Suicide, Organ donation, War, History, Early history of Hinduism, Thugs, Holy Days, Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Hanuman Jayanti, Holi, Krishna Jayanti (Janamashtami), Mahashivratri, Makar Sakrant
Navaratri (Navratri) and more.
Interactive activities for whiteboard or computer about Seema and Ranji, who are 6 year old twins living in West Wales. The unit also discusses the Hindu shrine, Hindu clothes and the Raksha Bandhan festival.
Activities are differentiated at various levels and include an electronic version of the story, discussion topics, and other interactive activities.
World Religions: Ramadan (2016)<br />
1. PowerPoint presentation about Islam; Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr<br />
2. Ramadan work book:<br />
Learning outcomes:<br />
1. Write a report about Ramadan for a local newspaper<br />
2. Answer written questions about Ramadan<br />
3. Complete a gapped text about Ramadan<br />
4. Write a description of a special day you celebrate<br />
3. Phases of the moon activity<br />
This lesson goes over the Chinese creation story and has everything you need. Good detailed information, learning objectives and outcomes have been differentiated. There are also a range of activities and worksheets that have bee provided. <br />
Excellent range of images, a video clip and activities that kept pupils' engaged throughout the lesson.