Ethics and values teaching resources: Human rights

Resources and ideas for religious education, ethics and values, human rights, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

GCSE Crime and Punishment - Capital Punishment.

GCSE Crime and Punishment - Capital Punishment.

‘Capital punishment should be the ultimate punishment’.Learning objectives: To be able to explain the negatives and positives of capital punishment.To be able to evaluate and conclude whether capital punishment should exist.This resource looks at the the positive and negatives of having capital punishment as the 'ultimate punishment'.It has a power-point - Main lesson.It has activities to think about the pro's and con'sA practice 'D' question. ‘Capital punishment should be the ultimate punishment’.This is for the new religious studies B Edexcel GCSE (9-1) specification. Beliefs in action.

By sam_512

Why do crimes occur? Are punishments strong enough? Crime and Punishment GCSE. Religious Studies

Why do crimes occur? Are punishments strong enough? Crime and Punishment GCSE. Religious Studies

B - Explain two reasons why crimes occur.‘We need harsher punishments in the UK’Learning objectives: To be able to explain why crimes occur.To be able to compare differing beliefs about crime. To be able to explain what punishments we have in the UK.To be able to evaluate whether we need harsher punishments for criminals. This resource looks at the reasons why crimes occur in the UK whilst using a particular quote and teaching from Islam as well as thinking about if punishments are strong enough in the UK.It has two power-points - Main lesson for both lessons.It has many activities and hand-outs including a card sort.Plus two practice questions based on what they have learnt with an aid to help all students.This is for the new religious studies B Edexcel GCSE (9-1) specification. Beliefs in action.

By sam_512

HUGE Anti-Slavery Presentation

HUGE Anti-Slavery Presentation

This is a very detailed presentation with 36 customizable slides, including:What is modern slavery?Bonded LabourDomestic work and slaveryChild slaveryForced LabourSlavery in global supply chainsHuman TraffickingChild and Forced MarriageDescent Based SlaverySlavery in the uk

By ChrisWat

GCSE HINDUISM (OCR B / AQA) 20 Lessons - Very High Quality - Complete Resources (Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Presentations) Complete Course! Whole Unit! NEW SPECIFICATION!

GCSE HINDUISM (OCR B / AQA) 20 Lessons - Very High Quality - Complete Resources (Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Presentations) Complete Course! Whole Unit! NEW SPECIFICATION!

This 20 lesson course is designed for GCSE level students studying Hinduism. It is designed for the new specifications (2016 onwards) and is based on AQA and OCR specs. It covers all necessary material for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section (Section A) of the course in relation to HINDUISM. It is the product of many weeks work: I have aimed to make these resources such that every lesson would receive a good or outstanding rating if inspected. All lesson downloads include: -A detailed lesson plan: explaining objectives, differentiation, cross-curricular aims, AfL tasks, and an activity timeline. -A presentation file designed to the highest professional standard. -Integrated and varied AfL -A suggested homework task Over 15 worksheets are included in this pack. Downloading this bundle will certainly save you many many hours of preparation time. Positive reviews are warmly welcomed: I have made this course with pride and hope you will find it comprehensive and useful. "May you be happy, may you be healthy, may you be peaceful."

By godwin86

Religious Studies B Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Crime and Punishment Whole Topic. Beliefs in Action.

Religious Studies B Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Crime and Punishment Whole Topic. Beliefs in Action.

This topic covers the whole specification of the Crime and Punishment focused on ISLAM while catering the scheme of work to allow access for all students. (Making it related to their lives). Easy to follow lessons that can be easily adapted. Lots of exam practice. Within this topic and what you will be buying in 14 good quality resources that were made from scratch and have been taught and tested with 4 GCSE groups. All lessons have a exam question as a title - this then is answered at the end of the lesson to show progression over time using the knowledge they have learnt throughout the lesson.Resources cover:- Justice- Crime- Muslim attitudes to good, evil and suffering- Attitudes to punishment.- The aims of punishment.- Forgiveness.- Treatment of criminals.- The death penalty.Within: Lessons and hand-outs (within slides and individually). 1- 'There is no such thing as good and evil'.2 - Explain the difference between natural and moral evil.3 - Explain two reasons why you think people suffer.4 - 'There is no such thing as justice'.5 - Outline Muslim beliefs on justice.6 - Explain two reasons why crimes occur.7 - 'We need harsher punishments in the UK'.8-9 - Explain two Muslim beliefs about punishment. 10 - Explain two Muslim teachings of how we should treat criminals.11 - 'Not all actions can be forgiven'.12 - 'Capital punishment should be the ultimate punishment'.13 - Reward lesson (Documentary) - Life on death row.14 - Explain two Muslim beliefs about capital punishment.

By sam_512

GCSE Hinduism - L20/20 [ Equality, Social Justice, Women's Rights, Feminism, Social Issues, Caste ]

GCSE Hinduism - L20/20 [ Equality, Social Justice, Women's Rights, Feminism, Social Issues, Caste ]

This is the twentieth in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course. This is the final lesson in the course.It is designed for AQA and OCR specifications but relevant to all GCSE Hinduism Religious Studies teachers .The download includes:-A PPT Containing a Full Lesson-A detailed lesson plan covering: objectives, key-words, differentiation, and lesson timeline-A double-sided A3 worksheet-A Knowledge Hunt Printable-HomeworkThis lesson focuses on Hindu Ethical Concerns (Equality, Women's Rights and Social Justice):• Hinduism and social issues:• Social responsibility• Social inclusion• Women’s rights• The ways Hindu attitudes, beliefs and teachings are put into practice through charitable projects, including:• Different interpretations and emphases given to sources of wisdom and authority by different Hindu groups• The Purusha Sukta (Rig Veda)• The Bhagavad Gita• The work and example of Gandhi• Karma and the cycle of samsara• Yamas (virtues) especially daya (compassion), dama (restraint) and kshama (patience/tolerance)Sources:Mahabharata XVIII 113 8Mahabharata III 29Myths and stories about the deities associated with ethical concernsThis is part of a series of lessons, if you like it: save countless hours by downloading the complete course! The complete series of GCSE Hinduism lessons can be downloaded at our TES Shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/godwin86We also have learning mats, revision sessions, and much more!Thank you for your download!Positive reviews are greatly appreciated.

By godwin86

Sexual Ethics

Sexual Ethics

A series of six lessons on sexual ethics, in line with the new Edexcel A Level Relgious Studies.

By Shonamagill

Capital punishment introduction

Capital punishment introduction

Complete lesson that examines key facts about capital punishment and explores a variety of views whilst asking students to reflect on their own opinions. There are a variety of activities and printable resources/worksheets/writing frames ect.

By amibothered

Lesson on Is Christianity Sexist?

Lesson on Is Christianity Sexist?

Lesson on Is Christianity Sexist?Powerpoint included outlines the lesson.There is one worksheet with a list of bible references, space for the student to write if it promotes equality or is sexist, and why, with space at the end to add any additional information.There is also some quotes/references with additional detail- students to be given one of these, and fill it in on their table. They will move around and swap each reference.Challenge questions for homework in previous lesson which can be reviewed in this one, or set here.

By rob_williamsthree

Capital punishment

Capital punishment

Intro to capital punishment. This lesson looks at what capital punishment is and the reasoning for and against it. Students reflect on a series of high profile case studies and consider whether they feel capital punishment can be just. Links to RS edexcel syllabus.

By loustinch

Religious Attitudes to Euthanasia

Religious Attitudes to Euthanasia

Lesson covering quality of life (briefly) and euthanasia. Pupils will discuss real life case studies and complete an organising task. Pupils will then identify the 4 types of euthanasia before looking into the arguments for and against and creating a table - this includes atheist, Christian and Islamic viewpoints. Exam question planned as a class on the board using information provided during the lesson. Figure out the religious teaching from the picture clue plenary.All resources on ppt. and information provided.

By HCCLAYTON

Christianity & Human Rights SOW

Christianity & Human Rights SOW

KS3 scheme of work that explores identity, human rights, christian attitudes to rights, responses to prejudice and those who have few HR. it also includes lessons about child soldiers.All lessons have a PowerPoint and resources.thank you to anyone whose resources may have been incorporated into this scheme of workPlease rate if you find this useful

By KDG16

World Religions Bundle

World Religions Bundle

12 lesson packs - all include 1hr PPs with worksheets, clips, well differentiated to three levels. Everything you'd expect - starters, plenaries, clear LOs throughout. Suitable for a KS3 unit on World Religions but could be easily adapted. I use all of these myself as a Head of RS and I really hope you find them excellent value. Please leave me a review and I'll send you any other resource of your choice for free. Many more paid and free resources at my shop: Emjcot's Shop

By EC_Resources

Edexcel Religion and Society Unit 8 Flash card creator

Edexcel Religion and Society Unit 8 Flash card creator

This resource contains targeted questions which students then complete on the reverse of the flashcard. The aim of the resource is to give students a structured way of creating flash cards that ensures that they are gathering the right information to revise effectively. It also relies on them to locate/recall/retrieve and record that information which aids revision.I have shared the publisher and pdf files so if you wanted to adapt or add to them

By leannemacnamara