The presentation looks at the five pillars of Islam. It was designed to be used with our Chaplaincy team at College.\nAlthough one slide does have an activity, I've not done an activity but instead decided to get learners to think about what each one represents by viewing the pictures on that slide -> then, for feedback, I&'ll pick a random learner for each pillar.\nAfter the five pillars of Islam is a auto-running slideshow showcasing some world Mosques.
This worksheet introduces converting tally chart information into a pictogram and using a key to show how many each picture represents in the graph. There are also questions to draw information from the graph produced.
These handouts about favorite fruits and shoe sizes allow students to practice completing a tally chart and then draw information from the data through the given questions. The handouts are available in write on formats or directing the students to comple
28 'I have - I need' loop cards for mental math activity including addition and multiplication. I put a colored dot on the back of the multiplication cards and give them to my top group. Works really well if children are encouraged to beat the clo
This lesson explores what is meant by the term 'near death experience' and looks at the phenomenon through the experience of Carl Jung. It also engages in some of the proposed scientific explanations for the phenomena and and urges students to reflect on and critique the idea of out of body/near death experiences. <br />
Links to RS edexcel syllabus.
A creative lesson on the festival of passover.<br />
Essentially, everything that you need has been provided - good detailed information on what the festival is about and what each food symbolizes. Range of differentiated activities for pupils to compete within the lesson, along with a range of images and a video clip to meet different learning needs. <br />
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Lesson on the Jewish synagogue<br />
Essentially everything that you need has been provided here - detailed information about a synagogue and discussing each key feature, a creative activity for pupils to complete within the lesson. <br />
Additional material has been provided and can be a great revision tool. <br />
This lesson follows a clear structure with a starter, middle and plenary that has been provided. Good range of images and video clip to meet different learning needs. Lesson can easily be adapted for any year group. <br />