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Maybe Islam is Good?

Maybe Islam is Good?

A resource to help explore and counter Islamophobic rhetoric in schools, which is sadly increasingly common. This lesson includes individuals and philosophies in Islam which have been profoundly positive in their influence on society, including nobel prize winners, human rights activitists, politicians, charitable donations and international charities. Differenatiated, independent learning activities and links to youtube videos all included. Learning questions are as follows: Does Islam make any positive contributions to the world? (Level 4) What are some of the reasons Muslims contribute positively to the world? (Level 5-6) “Islam a force for good in the world” Do you agree? (Level 5-6)
DavidFew
Christmas: Christmas RE/ Humanities Pack

Christmas: Christmas RE/ Humanities Pack

FREE FOR TODAY just enter code WOWVEMBER at the checkout! RE Christmas lessons and quiz pack. The lessons could be used in either form time or any Humanities lessons (includes History / Geography and RE suitable tasks). The lessons focus on Christmas, Nativity, Advent , the start of Christianity and Christmas around the world, the history behind them and the religious stories. The Quiz is an interactive Powerpoint with four rounds; TV and Film, Christmas Trivia, Christmas Round the World and Music. There are hidden Youtube 'goodies' within the slides. If all are found and watched the quiz will last up to 45 minutes.
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CRIME

CRIME

4 fully resourced lessons for ks3 or ks4 on Crime. 1. Crime and punishment 2. Crime, youth crime and the age of criminal responsibility 3. Youth crime and gang crime 4. Law and criminal/civil courts Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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Advent Arts

Advent Arts

Engage in a creative Christmas countdown, while learning in visual arts, literacy and religious education. These activities are adaptable for a range of ages and abilities and encourage creative thinking and expression, visually and verbally.
TicktheArtBox
Compose and Illustrate a Five Senses Christmas Poem

Compose and Illustrate a Five Senses Christmas Poem

Students will be encouraged to think creatively, both verbally and visually with this resource which includes a number of suggestions for variations and extensions and can be adapted to suit a range of grades and abilities. It is suitable for those just being introduced to figurative language to more advanced students. It is a cross-curricula resource, with links to Visual Arts and Religious Education. Suggested thematic variations encourage the students to consider the Christmas experience from other points of view, looking at Christmas in other countries and cultures, and also suggesting a social justice perspective.
TicktheArtBox
Remarkable Storiesof forgiveness

Remarkable Storiesof forgiveness

The ability to forgive is regarded by many people to be an important attribute. But could you or would you forgive the people who murdered your daughter, sister or husband. This was a choice that Andy Cardy, Corrie Ten Boom and a woman from South Africa chose to make.
georgescott
SORI - Essay Writing Structure

SORI - Essay Writing Structure

SORI Essay Writing Structure. Referred to in a few lessons. Useful structure to assist pupils with structuring evaluative pieces of work. Easy to print off and stick in the back of their books as a reference. Can be modified to suit class.
CharlesHaydnSlater
Just War Theory

Just War Theory

This lesson explores the Just War theory and looks at several case studies to consider whether or not the War was justified (e.g. WW2, Vietnam, Gulf War etc.) It challenges pupils to apply the criteria set out to determin whether or not these wars (or any war) is justified. It also asks questions about the greater good, human rights and the value of life. A really interesting lesson.
laumorrow
Christian Attitudes to War - Just War Theory

Christian Attitudes to War - Just War Theory

This lesson explores the Christian attitudes towards war and looks at the Just War Theory. It allows pupils to explore the apparent contradiction in religion ('Thou shall not kill') with the Chrsitan support for wars. It is an interstimng lesson full of activities that gets pupils to empathise, but also reflect on what they value and what they believe to be true. An interesting, fast paced and challenging lesson.
laumorrow
Bullying - Causes / Effects / Christian Attitudes

Bullying - Causes / Effects / Christian Attitudes

An interesting lesson that looks at the issue of bullying and gets the students to consider the causes of bullying, the effects of bullying and what we can do to help. It focuses on a Christian persepective, but also uses empathy to consider the motivation behind the bullying, what the impact of bullying may have and introduces concepts such as the Golden Rule to help to prevent bullying, This lesson was created for a GCSE RS course but can be easily adapted to other year groups or other subjects. An interesting lesson that focuses on important values such as community, morality, ethics and empathy.
laumorrow
Forgiveness and Reconciliation in Christianity and Islam

Forgiveness and Reconciliation in Christianity and Islam

This lesson looks at the issues of Forgiveness and Reconciliation in two religions (Christianity and Islam). It uses religious quotes and teachings to explain what both relgions teach about Forgiveness and Reconciliation. It allows the pupils to compare and contrast two contrasting religions and see if there are more silimarities or differences between the two. This lesson is quite extensive and can be completed over two hours (or one lesson and a homework). An interesting and important lesson.
laumorrow
Muslim Attitudes to Drugs and Alcohol

Muslim Attitudes to Drugs and Alcohol

This lesson get the students to explore the Islamic teachings about the use of drugs and alcohol. It uses different teachings from the Quran to explain why Muslims have the attitudes they do towards drugs and alcohol. The students will also be asked to consider whether or not these views should still be held today, and if not what the counter arguments could be. A good lesson to highlight student attitudes and misconceptions.
laumorrow