World religions teaching resources: Hinduism

Resources and ideas for religious education, world religions, hinduism, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

National Week Bundles

National Week Bundles

A wide range of different presetations about different national weeks such as anti-bullying week, Science week, Climate Change Week, Christian Aid Week, Interfaith Week, Road Safety Week... lots of different visual images to help start a wide range of different discussions about each topic.

By peterfogarty

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World Religions: Bundle

World Religions: Bundle

PowerPoint presentations; quizzes and task sheets on: World religions Ramadan Sikhism Passover

By CollEd

World Religion Bundle

World Religion Bundle

This is my world religion bundle. It has images of different religions and the different religious symbols. It is a nice one to use to compare and contrast different religions, their places of worship and styles of dress. The images could be used as part of a display or to stimulate a conversation in the classroom.

By peterfogarty

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

Hinduism end of topic assessment for KS3

Hinduism end of topic assessment for KS3

This PowerPoint is an assessment on Hinduism for KS3. It includes within the document:A PLC which can be given to pupils at the start of the unit.A comparison of old levels and new grading for both staff and pupils.An assessment which contains questions on: Start of Hinduism, Trimurti and Diwali.The assessment questions are designed into a grid which is differentiated. Pupils can select their level of challenge and have a success criteria for each level.The question grid can be used as a mark scheme as well - stick in books and colour code pupil's strengths and targets.This has allowed for some really successful outcomes for pupils. It is also useful for non-specialist staff who may need some extra support in how to assess RE at KS3.

By nslater88

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

GCSE Hinduism - L19/20 [Animal Rights, Environmental Ethics / Animals & The Environment]

GCSE Hinduism - L19/20 [Animal Rights, Environmental Ethics / Animals & The Environment]

This is the nineteenth in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of 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 (Animal & Environmental Ethics):• Hindu attitudes to, and beliefs and teachings about, the environment and the natural world, including:• The treatment of animals• The treatment of the environment• The ways Hindu attitudes, beliefs and teachings are put into practice through charitable projects, including:• Hinduism and the Assisi Declarations on nature (1986)• The protection of sacred cows through goshalas, the Ahimsa Foundation for Cattle Protection• Sewa International (Sewa UK)• 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

GCSE Hinduism - L16/20 [Hindu Temples, Shrines, Sites of Pilgrimage, Worship in Nature] Darshan

GCSE Hinduism - L16/20 [Hindu Temples, Shrines, Sites of Pilgrimage, Worship in Nature] Darshan

This is the sixteenth in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of 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 file with learning points and images-HomeworkThis lesson focuses on Sacred Spaces in Hinduism:• The nature and importance of sacred places and spaces for Hindu worship:• Temples• Shrines• Sites of pilgrimage• Outdoors• Hills and rivers • The purpose and practice of pilgrimage• Sites of pilgrimage, including varanasi and the river Ganges, and the purpose of pilgrimage to different sites• The significance of pilgrimage and practices for Hindus, and their relationship to the different yogas• The importance of darshan and the different forms it can take in relation to murti, holy people and sites of holy places• Common and divergent emphases given to the sources of wisdom and authority by different Hindi groups• Different interpretations and emphases given to sources of wisdom and authority by different Hindu groups This 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

GCSE Hinduism - L18/20 [Hindu Festivals: Maha Shivaratri , Ganesh Chaturthi,  Raksha Bandhan] RE RS

GCSE Hinduism - L18/20 [Hindu Festivals: Maha Shivaratri , Ganesh Chaturthi, Raksha Bandhan] RE RS

This is the eighteenth in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course. It coverers 3 Hindu festivals:-Maha Shivaratri -Ganesh Chaturthi-Raksha BandhanIt is designed for AQA and OCR specifications but relevant to all GCSE Hinduism Religious Studies teachers .The download includes:-A selection of 6 lessons (referring to 3 different Hindu festivals)-Lesson Plans (where necessary) -Homeworks-WorksheetsEach festival can be taught using different approaches:1) A video and documentary based approach based around a (rather beautiful, if I do say so myself) A3 Worksheet. [Includes PPT, Worksheet and Lesson Plan]2) An ICT Suite 'Research, Present & Quiz' approach, which includes integrated peer-assessment. [Includes PPT and Worksheet, Lesson Plan not necessary as it's such a straightforward approach].The festivals covered in this download are:-Maha Shivaratri -Ganesh Chaturthi-Raksha BandhanThis 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

GCSE Hinduism - L17/20 [Hindu Festivals: Diwali, Holi, Navratri, Kumbha Mela ] [Includes 8 Sessions]

GCSE Hinduism - L17/20 [Hindu Festivals: Diwali, Holi, Navratri, Kumbha Mela ] [Includes 8 Sessions]

This is the seventeenth in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course. It coverers 4 Hindu festivals:-Kumbh Mela-Holi-Diwali-NavratriIt is designed for AQA and OCR specifications but relevant to all GCSE Hinduism Religious Studies teachers .The download includes:-A selection of 8 lessons (referring to 4 different Hindu festivals)-Lesson Plans (where necessary) -Homeworks-WorksheetsEach festival can be taught using different approaches:1) A video and documentary based approach based around a (rather beautiful, if I do say so myself) A3 Worksheet. [Includes PPT, Worksheet and Lesson Plan]2) An ICT Suite 'Research, Present & Quiz' approach, which includes integrated peer-assessment. [Includes PPT and Worksheet, Lesson Plan not necessary as it's such a straightforward approach].The festivals covered in this download are:-Kumbh Mela-Holi-Diwali-NavratriThis 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

'Ancient Philosophical Influences' (Plato & Aristotle) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Sp)

'Ancient Philosophical Influences' (Plato & Aristotle) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Sp)

Designed for teachers using OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers the: 'Ancient Philosophical Influences' [Plato & Aristotle] section of the specification. Part of the 'Philosophy of Religion' third of the AS course.This download is one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification.The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways:-As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams-Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning-During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs)This revision session features:-A 'grid of learning' post-it task (to focus students on the day's topic and refresh their memories of the basics)-A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper)-A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach]-Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding 'One thing I am still uncertain about...' post-it question.This session can be purchased individually or as pat of various bundles depending on your needs.

By godwin86

GCSE Hinduism - L15/20 [Holy People, Gurus, Guru, Sadhus, Yogis] Includes fun Hindu Quotes Game!

GCSE Hinduism - L15/20 [Holy People, Gurus, Guru, Sadhus, Yogis] Includes fun Hindu Quotes Game!

This is the fifteenth in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of 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 complete lesson plan covering: objectives, key-words, differentiation, and lesson timeline-A handout/worksheet for the 'Spot the Guru!' game [featuring a wide array of famous quotes from Hindu gurus, philosophers and scriptures]-Hindu coin tokens to be used in the 'Spit the Guru Game'-Relevant AfL/Assessment tasksThis lesson focuses on Holy People in Hinduism:• Gurus• Sadhus• Yogis• The role and importance of holy people, including gurus and sadhus/sadhvis• Common and divergent emphases given to the sources of wisdom and authority by different Hindi groups• Different interpretations and emphases given to sources of wisdom and authority by different Hindu groups Sources:Bhagavad Gita XII 5The Bhagavad Gita iX 13–14Numerous Hindu PhilosophersThis 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

Revision Guide on Religious Experiences (A Level OCR Philosophy of Religion)

Revision Guide on Religious Experiences (A Level OCR Philosophy of Religion)

Revision Guide on Religious Experiences If you’re struggling to teach your students the ever-complex module on religious experiences, but are short on time, then this resource is just right for you! The guide covers the core topics from the OCR syllabus, including visions, conversions, mysticisms, voices, etc. It also has a background on the key critical thinkers in the field, as well as multiple-choice questions and exam style questions. Help your students learn the topics in detail while saving yourself hours of writing revision resources. Let the students learn the different religious experiences (and their potential difficulties) inside out so they can test their knowledge through both the multiple-choice and exam questions. When your learners have finished with this guide, they should be well-prepared for their exam and able to meet their target grades. Give this guide a try, and help your students reach their true potential!

By MSBall

Year 8 - Unit 6 - Hinduism (Holy days - Diwali) - booklet

Year 8 - Unit 6 - Hinduism (Holy days - Diwali) - booklet

Year 8 - Unit 6 - Hinduism (Holy days - Diwali)A colourful booklet discussing Hinduism's Holy Day, Diwali, with questions being asked. It reinforces the correct use of punctuation and after each section before going to the next section, it asks a series of questions, like, have you understood what you have read? If yes, go on to the next question, and, if not, write down in a few words what you have not understood?, etc.In word document, so on top of the page, you can write the name of your school by deleting the name of my school, Woodrush High :)

By Hdin786

'Arguments from Empirical Observation' (Cosmological/Teleological) Revision Session for AS OCR RS

'Arguments from Empirical Observation' (Cosmological/Teleological) Revision Session for AS OCR RS

Designed for teachers using OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers the: 'Arguments from Empirical Observation' section of the specification. It refers to the cosmological and teleological arguments and challenges to both approaches to proving the existence of God. It refers to the 'Philosophy of Religion' third of the AS course.This download is one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification.The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways:-As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams-Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning-During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs)This revision session features:-A 'grid of learning' post-it task (to focus students on the day's topic and refresh their memories of the basics)-A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper)-A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach]-Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding 'One thing I am still uncertain about...' post-it question.This session can be purchased individually or as pat of various bundles depending on your needs.Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents and tasks may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson.

By godwin86

'Kantian Ethics' (Deontology, Morality, Kant) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

'Kantian Ethics' (Deontology, Morality, Kant) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

Designed for teachers using OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers the 'Kantian Ethics' section of the specification. The topic is a part of the 'Religion and Ethics' aspect of the AS course.This download is one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification.The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways:-As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams-Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning-During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs)This revision session features:-A 'grid of learning' post-it task (to focus students on the day's topic and refresh their memories of the basics)-A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper)-A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach]-Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding 'One thing I am still uncertain about...' post-it question.This session can be purchased individually or as part of various bundles depending on your needs.Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents and tasks may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson.

By godwin86

Mind, Body & Soul (Plato & Aristotle) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

Mind, Body & Soul (Plato & Aristotle) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

Designed for teachers using OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers the: 'Soul, Mind & Body' [Plato & Aristotle] section of the specification. Part of the 'Philosophy of Religion' third of the AS course.This download is one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification.The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways:-As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams-Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning-During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs)This revision session features:-A 'grid of learning' post-it task (to focus students on the day's topic and refresh their memories of the basics)-A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper)-A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach]-Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding 'One thing I am still uncertain about...' post-it question.This session can be purchased individually or as pat of various bundles depending on your needs.Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson.

By godwin86

The Problem of Evil (Theodicies, Augustine, Hick) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

The Problem of Evil (Theodicies, Augustine, Hick) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

Designed for teachers using OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers the 'Problem of Evil' section of the specification. It refers to the problem of evil and theodicies as detailed in the specification. The topic is a part of the 'Philosophy of Religion' third of the AS course.This download is one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification.The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways:-As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams-Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning-During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs)This revision session features:-A 'grid of learning' post-it task (to focus students on the day's topic and refresh their memories of the basics)-A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper)-A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach]-Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding 'One thing I am still uncertain about...' post-it question.This session can be purchased individually or as pat of various bundles depending on your needs.Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents and tasks may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson.

By godwin86

'Religious Experience' (William James, Mystical Exp) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

'Religious Experience' (William James, Mystical Exp) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

Designed for teachers using OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers the 'Religious Experience' section of the specification. It refers to mystical and conversion experiences and the philosophy of William James, as out lined in the specification. The topic is a part of the 'Philosophy of Religion' third of the AS course.This download is one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification.The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways:-As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams-Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning-During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs)This revision session features:-A 'grid of learning' post-it task (to focus students on the day's topic and refresh their memories of the basics)-A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper)-A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach]-Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding 'One thing I am still uncertain about...' post-it question.This session can be purchased individually or as pat of various bundles depending on your needs.Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents and tasks may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson.

By godwin86

Hinduism Worship

Hinduism Worship

KS2 - Year 8 lesson based on Hinduism Worship.This can be used as a base level or can progress to further explanation. This can also be a useful revision tool. The powerpoint has notes on each slides within to show direction for the teacher.

By BreakEven

Exploring Festivals Flash Cards

Exploring Festivals Flash Cards

This set of flash cards is a fun and informative revision tool for the unit 'Exploring Festivals'. It includes topics such as 'Remembrance Day', 'St. Andrew', 'Diwali' and 'Christmas'. More festivals will be included soon. These cards can be printed off on an A 4 sheet in batches of 6 per sheet. You may wish to laminate the cards so that you can use them year after year!Please rate and leave comments if you use or like this resource. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! For a wider range of free and paid resources please have a look at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/dana2010

By Think_About_It

'Arguments based on Reason' (Anselm's Ontological) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

'Arguments based on Reason' (Anselm's Ontological) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

Designed for teachers using OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers the: 'Arguments based on Reason' section of the specification. It refers to the ontological argument and challenges to it. It refers to the 'Philosophy of Religion' third of the AS course.This download is one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification.The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways:-As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams-Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning-During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs)This revision session features:-A 'grid of learning' post-it task (to focus students on the day's topic and refresh their memories of the basics)-A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper)-A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach]-Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding 'One thing I am still uncertain about...' post-it question.This session can be purchased individually or as pat of various bundles depending on your needs.Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents and tasks may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson.

By godwin86

GCSE Hinduism L14/20 [Hindu Meditation Techniques: Old & New; Dhyana, Pratyāhāra, Dharana, Samadhi]

GCSE Hinduism L14/20 [Hindu Meditation Techniques: Old & New; Dhyana, Pratyāhāra, Dharana, Samadhi]

This is the thirteenth in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course. It is designed for AQA and OCR specifications but relevant to all GCSE Hinduism Religious Studies teachers .The Download (comprising over 6 files, within one zip file) includes:-A PPT Containing a Full Lesson-A complete lesson plan covering: objectives, key-words, differentiation, and lesson timeline-A double-sided A3 Worksheet-Knowledge Hunt Information Sheets-Videos-Links to apt SMSC Music-A Homework TaskThis lesson focuses on different Hindu meditation techniques.-Comparing traditional and modern approaches to meditation techniques-Introducing organisations such as ISKCON and modern gurus such as Osho-Concepts such as: Dhyana, Pratyāhāra, Dharana, SamadhiSources:Bhagavad Gita XII 5The Bhagavad Gita iX 13–14The Gayatri MantraThis 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