This lesson focuses on Christian teachings relating to stewardship and Genesis. It has a Christian focus throughout. The learning objectives are: All must: Define what ‘stewardship’ means.Most should: Explain Christian views on stewardship using key words. Some could: Explain Christian views on stewardship using key words and religious teachings.
These are a couple of sheets on the Bible that I did as a PGCE student, just to use as an introduction. The 2nd sheet (parts of the Bible) works by asking students to turn to a selection of Bible passages and then try to work out what type of Biblical writing this is. It gets students used to using Bible references and hopefully makes them read the passages a bit more intently.
This is an activity where groups of students send 1 person up at a time to memorise sections of the completed diagram for a concentrated period of time e.g. 1-2 minutes. They then return to their group and try to remember what they saw and transfer onto their incomplete sheet.
At the end, their diagrams are always a total mess, but they really do remember what they memorised.
Designed for Year 9 students to give them a balanced account of different views on miracles. The cards include the views of the philosophers David Hume, Richard Swinburne, Keith Ward and Maurice Wiles.
These assessments are all using the new 'Life After Levels' progress descriptors (using our schools progression grid).
Each assessment clearly outlines what each student should be aiming to achieve.
Each assessment is different and aims to challenge each student whilst testing the core components of the RE and Citizenship subject.
1 - Sikhism - What do Sikh's Believe?
2 - What Does it Mean To Be British?
3 - How Can The World Be Made Just?
5 - How Does A Zen Garden Express Buddhist Beliefs?
6 - Is Belief In Life After Death Important?
NEW GCSE RS specification following the Edexcel curriculum. This lesson focuses on the ethical theories of Situation Ethics and Natural Law and how they can be applied to the moral issue of family planning as it appears in Christianity. A brief introduction to both Situation Ethics and Natural Law is followed by an opportunity for students to apply core principles of both theories to the issue of family planning.
NOTE: This is a follow-on lesson based on previous student knowledge of family planning and Christian views and attitudes to this issue. Alternatively, it can work as a free-standing introduction to Situation Ethics and Natural Law.
This lesson explores what liturgy is why it is an import part of worship for some Christians and how it differs from non-liturgical worship.
It includes: video sources/structured activities/exam question/points for discussion
Some resources are differentiated.
Links to new edexcel GCSE syllabus