This is a writing frame designed for the OCR GCSE Philosophy and Applied Ethics module on Good and Evil: B602. I have included all the resources listed for additional support. The writing frame is for a 12-mark question.
This presentation is designed to examine the elements of Christian funeral rites. It includes a couple of suggestions for suitable homework tasks. There is a hyperlink to a YouTube clip of the W.H. Auden poem used in 'Four Weddings & A Funeral'. It concludes with a Diamond 9 activity to individually prioritise the different potential purposes of a Christian funeral.
Pupils consider what it means to belong to a club or group. Including the benefits and the disadvantages. Plenty of green pen action LOTS and HOTS. Specifically written for Y9 but it can be used with any year group as RE or PSHE. Please review.
Looking at Martin Luther King, it is useful for students to consider different terms that are used to describe him. Students have to choose five that they feel are most relevant and order them. There are words they may not be aware and this will encourage dictionary or research work.
This lesson is designed to meet the standards of the new Higher RMPS exam (valid from August 2016). It helps pupils to explain what the Sangha is, to identify the main groups in the Sangha, to describe the role of women in the Sangha and to analyse the importance of the Sangha in Mahayana and Theravada Buddhism. It requires 1-2 periods to be completed.