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An introduction to the Ten Commandments.
Includes a starter activity - ask pupils to come up with rules for life, 'reveal' exercises and matching the commandments to their modern day meanings.
A small group of Jewish school students give a dramatic rendition of the giving of the Ten Commandments to Moses on Mount Sinai from a Jewish perspective.
Ask students to choose any one of the Ten Commandments and answer the following questions about their choice: a) What does it mean? b) What is the opposite? c) Who breaks it spectacularly?
Use this presentation interactively with your group. By the end of this lesson students should know: the ten commandments; why the ten commandments were given; and if the ten commandments are relative to Christians today.
This is a remembrance day assembly in the format of a PowerPoint. I delivered this assembly 3 years ago when there were three living survivors alive from World War 1. You may need to change that slide to keep it current. Let me know if you used the resource. It would be nice to know it helped you!
I have put this together to help teachers who, maybe like me struggle to incorporate every new whim and fancy into their lesson plans. These tips are what I use in lessons, most of the time...but not always, to help learners achieve. I hope it helps someone out there!
It's always nice to give your students something Christmassy to work towards as it gets closer. I've updated this resource due to it's popularity. This 10 page booklet can be printed in colour or black and white. Students can work through the different activities suggested in one go or once a week. I've used these resources with different ages but it would work best for lower secondary or primary school. The resources tell the Christmas story, look into traditions today and explore how Christmas was celebrated in the Tudor and Medieval period. The additional Powerpoint may also be used for other activites. Comments are appreciated. Images acquired through a search engine filtered to "labelled for reuse".
Part 1 of Utilitarianism exploring the key different theories, theorists and application of the theory. This is an engaging activity which involves students moving around the room and filling in the activity sheet. Higher order thinking questions are present throughout. A brilliant visually stunning lesson with engaging activities and discussions.
Essentially everything that you need has been provided here. Good detailed information that goes over the Jewish life before the war, a range of differentiated activities to stretch and challenge the most able as well as scaffolded material provided if you have any SEN pupils in your class.<br />
This lesson follows a clear structure with a starter, middle and plenary that has been provided. So if you would like to use this exact lesson - simply follow the structure. Also there is a range of images and a video clip to meet different learning needs. <br />
Learning objectives and outcomes have also been differentiated here along with various AFL activities and tasks for pupils to complete within the lesson. I have also added a homework activity to further pupils learning. Great lesson if you are looking for creativity. The material provided can also be used as revision tool. <br />
Lesson can be easily adapted for any year group. However, if you would like to use this exact lesson simply email me at Ricky_mistry93@hotmail.co.uk and I'll forward you a lesson plan.