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GCSE Islam Bundle

GCSE Islam Bundle

Download this for FREE: Existing customers enter VALUEDCUSTOMER New customers enter OUTSTANDINGOCT Codes expire on the 22nd and 31st of October respectively. A collection of resource I put together for those teaching about Islam at GCSE level :)
godwin86
My Own Parable

My Own Parable

This lesson was created for use in a KS3 Buddhism unit but could easily work in any RS unit of work, or indeed a PSHE unit. It tells the story of a young lady at an airport who jumps to the wrong conclusion when she doesn't have all the facts. It's told through a series of pictures and is a beautiful was to reinforce the message that a parable can be a highly effective way of getting across an important message. The pupils then have to create their own parables (there is a guide and some ideas to help them). This lesson can easily be extended to two or three lessons with extension activities (such as turning it into a role play, or making it a cartoon, or a presentation). A fun, fascinating and fantastic lesson.
laumorrow
Abrahamic Religions Bundle

Abrahamic Religions Bundle

FREE with code VALUEDCUSTOMER at the checkout. 5x Complete 1 hour lessons with Powerpoints, clips and worksheets, suitable for KS3/4, with a variety of different level tasks for MA,LA or Core, all differentiated to 3 or 4 levels. Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above. A look at the three Abrahamic religions, what unites them and who Abraham was. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
EC_Resources
Science and Religion: The Big Bang

Science and Religion: The Big Bang

A lesson for KS3 students to get their heads around the Big Bang and if it is compatible with religious beliefs. Can one believe in God and the Big Bang? This includes videos about the big bang, the size of the universe and a short powerpoint with pictures of earth to play while students enter to create that SMSC 'awe and wonder' feeling. Also included are instructions in the PPT on how to teach and youtube links. Learning Questions: What is the Big Bang theory? What is my opinion about how the universe was created? Is it possible to believe in religion AND science? Great for SMSC, Religious Studies, and Science and Religion modules.
DavidFew
PowerPoint to accompany RE unit 'What it means to belong' for  ks 1- 6 lessons

PowerPoint to accompany RE unit 'What it means to belong' for ks 1- 6 lessons

KS 1 PowerPoint which covers 6 hours of learning for a RE unit on belonging. Specifically designed to match the Warwickshire and Coventry 17-22 syllabus unit 1.7, however will fit most other RE schemes for KS 1 on this topic. Introduces the faiths of Christianity, Islam and Judaism using faith child images to symbolize faith along with traditional symbolism. Includes working links to a variety of relevant videos to support learning. Worksheets included in PowerPoint, (printable slides for pupil use) to enable modelling using the inking tool on smart boards. Will enable learners to produce work to show above expected levels if able.
dawnt1013
World Religions Unit Plan Bundle (English and Spanish options)

World Religions Unit Plan Bundle (English and Spanish options)

This unit is designed to educate students on the 12 most common religions in the world today through web-based research: Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism and Zoroastrianism; while at the same time facilitating the development of opinions on spiritual matters, teaching tolerance, and strengthening student writing through daily prompts and a final creative writing project. A final assessment utilizing student research is provided. There are 16 days of PowerPoint presentations to guide the learning leading up to the creative writing project. Each lesson opens with a higher order thinking question designed to develop opinions and teach tolerance. Questions are presented in Spanish and English, with the option to edit out the Spanish. The file “writing rubric” contains a student friendly rubric based on the WIDA writing rubric which should be used daily to evaluate student writing and allow opportunities for teachers to conference with students on how to move to the next level. Following a period where students write their answers, students should be encouraged to share their answers orally and respond to each other, allowing an opportunity for students to engage in a class discussion around the questions.
EverythingELL