Christianity: Christianity Introduction

Christianity: Christianity Introduction

1 hour PP, worksheets, clip links, KS3, differentiated throughout, includes clip link activity, plenary, 3 LOs throughout - to suit Ofsted 'Good - Outstanding'. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
EC_Resources
Gangs (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 5)

Gangs (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 5)

This lesson looks at the concept of a gang and why it may be an attractive prospect for some. It proceeds to look at facts and statistics about gangs, then a case study of Rhys Jones. A video task is included which looks at gangs in london before student come up with potential solutions or campaigns to make gangs a less attractive prospect to young people in the UK. The lesson is ready to teach with all activities and sheets included.
Carl192
Religion and sport - drugs and cheating

Religion and sport - drugs and cheating

Looking at morality in sport. The videos are from Youtube but there are lots of different documentaries you can choose. I wouldn't normally charge for my resources but the cheating carousel took a long time to complete!
Castiel1
The Easter story lesson plans with activities

The Easter story lesson plans with activities

Year 4 resource designed to provide at least 6 hours of teaching time for the teaching of Christianity in the Spring term. This resource deals with the issue of Christian identity as well as customs associated with Easter. This PPT contains embedded video footage.
rubyotis
AQA A-Level Religious Studies - Religion and Ethics Revision Guide

AQA A-Level Religious Studies - Religion and Ethics Revision Guide

This is a revision guide for the AQA AS Religious Studies specification. It covers the Religion and Ethics 1 unit in the AS exam, with a focus on Situation Ethics. This is a comprehensive guide to exam success. Information has been carefully selected and refined to ensure maximum marks in the exam. Ethical issue is included and evaluated, as well as tips from mark schemes and past exam questions.
chapmanhau
Revision Book AQA B Religious Studies - Religion and Life Issues

Revision Book AQA B Religious Studies - Religion and Life Issues

This is a revision book for the AQA B Unit 2 Religion and Life Issues topic at GCSE. This detailed book contains all that is required in the specification, including religious teachings and beliefs on all aspects. Information is laid out in a clear manner, so revision is optimized. This revision book can also be used for other exam broads such as EdExcel, OCR and WJEC as it contains overlapping topics.
chapmanhau
Asylum Seekers

Asylum Seekers

I've taught this lesson several times with Yr 9, and they have loved it! The aim is enable students to apply the situation of seeking asylum and the complexity of societies opinions. It included the video clip, question sheets, and all differentiated resources for all tasks.
georgeokeefe
Philosophy for children (P4C) - Identifying what good means

Philosophy for children (P4C) - Identifying what good means

I am adamant that effective debating is important in children's education from an early age. This is a lesson that I have used with Year 3's and some of the responses that I have got have been simply profound. The children were engaged, listening and allowed everyone to put forward their ideas without feeling intimidated or worried. The children were first of all looking at how to define something - what qualities does something have. From here, the children began to define what good meant and linking it to their own lives. The headteacher even sat in on this particular lesson and was very impressed by the responses and the way that God was embedded into their thoughts. I have given provided a simple powerpoint which goes through the lesson for each stage. I have also given a set of questions that the children may wish to think about. The stages for this are as follows: 1) Open question, what makes a stick, a stick? Work in pairs 2) Identify the features as a group. 3) Discuss whether taking away a feature makes it stop being a stick 4) Throw the question out "what makes a person good?" Children think individually Children work in pairs Children work in fours 5) Identify a root question to discuss 6) Consult the question sheet to broaden the debate.
tomwright11
Revision Book AQA B Religious Studies - Religion and Morality

Revision Book AQA B Religious Studies - Religion and Morality

This is a revision book for the AQA B Unit 3 Religion and Morality topic at GCSE. This detailed book contains all that is required in the specification, including religious teachings and beliefs on all aspects. Information is laid out in a clear manner, so revision is optimized. This revision book can also be used for other exam broads such as EdExcel, OCR and WJEC as it contains overlapping topics.
chapmanhau
Martin Luther King (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 3)

Martin Luther King (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 3)

This lesson on Martin Luther King looks briefly at Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King's contribution to the bus boycott. It moves on to his 'I have a dream speech' before looking at how faith impacted his life. There is lots of content in this lesson and the faith aspect of the lesson could be easily deleted to make the lesson more historically focused, or left to link to Religious Studies. The lesson is ready to teach with activities and discussion built in to the lesson.
Carl192
Crime and Punishment- GCSE- Full course.

Crime and Punishment- GCSE- Full course.

Hi all, Here is my GCSE topic of crime and punishment clearly linked to the edexcel exam board. Each lesson contains visual support for learners and should support all types of learners. All of these are created with my classes in mind so I have tried to make links to stuff which students have found interesting, for example the batman movies. Most lessons have exam style questions embedded to get students to practice their skills . All of these are my creations and from my own interested. All lesson are ready to be taught- excusing a few typos here and there. But all together, this would save any teacher a load of time.
webb-jack