Intro to the Lotto, you may want to get some lottery tickets from the shop :) Kids seem to enjoy pretending to play it
Looks at religious attitudes towards the lotto ( Christian and Muslim) and whether the lotto can help the poor with case studies
Some useful information presented in a lively way, but somewhat dependent on material which is not included. The worksheet does give info about one 16 year old winner but it would be helpful to have many more case studies plus the youtube links which are referred to in the PPt.
This lesson should be used in conjunction with the AQA Religious Studies B (Religion and Morality) book. The success criteria for a Level 6 questions can be found there. The print outs for the lesson can be found at the end of the PPT.
AQA ppt (a few slides of sacred text were adapted from another TES member - thank you.) \nYou may like to stick the clues around the classroom. \nYou might also peg up a 'washing line&' or do a continuum across the room. \nThe idea of the homework lotto is that each students picks their own homework card from a box (all related to the Lotto eg &';Research the Health Lotto') and one will draw a &'No Homework&'; card.
Intro to wealth and poverty unit exploring personal views and Christian attitudes towards rich and poor.
The second part is another lesson, I've put the link to a Channel 4 documentary how the other half live, the worksheet goes with the first episode but there are other episodes you can choose from. If the link doesn't work its on 4OD :)
A set of five lessons which aim to introduce pupils to the ideas of utopias and dystopias, based around the film Wall-E and the opening chapter of The Hunger Games. Each Powerpoint contains a SPAG-based starter, activities based around the central text for the lesson and a plenary which allows pupils to review their learning. Easy to follow with no additional work required.
Contents: 5 Powerpoints containing different activities based around introducing pupils to dystopian fiction.
A great resource to use with your class for revision at the end of the year.
The homepage contains different buttons each linking you to a different task for this topic. On every slide you can go back to the homepage.
Contains a mixture of exam questions, knowledge checks, key words and videos.
Great opportunity to get students involved in selecting numbers to keep them active and engaged in their revision