Planned for GCSE EDEXCEL Religious Studies Unit 8.2.\n\nIntroduction to organ donation and transplant surgery.\n\nNB. As with all of my TES resources: generally my own creations though some ideas from other TES contributors.
Various bits nicked from other resources on here (thanks!) I also played organ pin the tail on the donkey with my class; where they try to get different organs in the correct position on an outline of a human body.
A lesson I used for an Ofsted observation lesson. It worked very well and generated some deep discussions. Clear progression throughout. The final slides were printed for students to organise into 'for&' and &';against' columns on their tables and to assist when answering the d) style question. This is based on the edexcel &'s specification for Unit 8 &';Religion & Society', though very adaptable for other specs.
Including selling organs and teachings on organ donation/organ transplant - I go through it in the lesson and then set their hw to learn it off by heart and then peer assess the following lesson. Ticks the AFL box! You can always google recent news stories about organ donation/transplant to include. Hope this helps. Please leave a comment.
Our World, Relationships, Is it fair and Looking for meaning , board markscheme and various different text books to make sure that the pupils have more than enough to get top marks. I put the question up, get the pupils to tell me what they think the answer is, discuss it in relation to the mark scheme and what they already know and then give them the answer to write down in their books. I then set a hw for them to learn them off by heart and then test them the next lesson - although they moan, they actually like receiving grades! Hope this helps you. Please leave a comment.
Detailed notes on the cosmological argument (strong emphasis on Aquinas' and the Kalam's versions). This is written for the AQA specification and contains material beyond and above for other exam broads such as OCR and EdExcel.
Pupils consider what segregation & discrimination meant for black Americans after the end of slavery and before the civil rights movements inspired by MLK. By the end of the lessons pupils will be able to give their perspective on the keys and use examples to illustrate their views. The information cards/posters are at the end of the PPT and pupils can work in pairs or small groups to consider the information. Peer assessment is two starts & a wish with time for pupils to use green pen to improve their writing.
This is the second lesson of the National 4 unit: 'Sikhism and family life'. This lesson aims to help pupils to identify 3-4 key beliefs of Sikhism, to explain how the Khalsa began and to describe the 5 Ks.