World religions teaching resources: Interfaith issues

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

ENTIRE Immortality Scheme of Work

ENTIRE Immortality Scheme of Work

An entire scheme of work on Immortality for Religious Studies GCSE. Including powerpoints, worksheets, activities, revision resources and clips, plenty to keep your kids interested, entertained and immersed in an educational experience. Shaped around the AQA Religious Studies B syllabus1) What is reality2) The evidence for immortality (NDEs and Reincarnation Stories)3) Religious Attitudes4) Scriptures and Life After Death (LaD)5) The Resurrection6) Muslim attitudes to the Resurrection7) Paranormal Activity and Evidence for Life after Death8) Revision9) Revision 2

By DavidFew

Wudu and Salah

Wudu and Salah

Fully resourced lesson for KS3 about Islam process of Wudu and Salah. Students explain what Salah and Wudu are and why Muslims perform them, explain what Muslims do during Salah and Wudu, and evaluate the importance of Salah and Wudu.

By atoorneini

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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

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GCSE Buddhism (OCR B / AQA) 20 Lessons - Very High Quality - Complete Resources (Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Presentations)

GCSE Buddhism (OCR B / AQA) 20 Lessons - Very High Quality - Complete Resources (Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Presentations)

This course has been made specifically for the new OCR B Religious Studies specification (2016 onwards). It has been designed around the OCR B specification, consequently it is also fully sufficient to teach the AQA specification (and will be useful to teachers teaching on Edexcel, which is slightly different to OCR B/AQA in terms of course contents) It covers all necessary material for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section (Section A) of the course in relation to BUDDHISM. 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 The course features 15 worksheets, a 'Buddhist board-game' template, various 'knowledge hunt' activities and also features an IT Suite Lesson. It is designed to be a complete course for the first year of GCSE Religious Studies teaching. Downloading this bundle will certainly save you many many hours of preparation time: as a practising Buddhist I hope it will allow Religious Studies Teachers to teach the Buddhist component of their chosen GCSE specification. 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

'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

'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

'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

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

'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

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GCSE Hinduism - Lesson 9/20 [Hindu Sacred Texts, Scriptures, Books: Vedas, Mahabharata, Puranas...]

GCSE Hinduism - Lesson 9/20 [Hindu Sacred Texts, Scriptures, Books: Vedas, Mahabharata, Puranas...]

This is the ninth in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course [section A]. It is designed around the OCR specification and is therefore suitable for teachers using the AQA specification (which is a less detailed equivalent to the OCR spec) and highly relevant to GCSE Religious Studies teachers regardless of the specification used.This lesson, being a general overview of Hindu sacred texts, is not specification specific.The Download (comprising 4 files, within one zip file) includes:-A PPT Containing a Full Lesson-A complete lesson plan covering: objectives, key-words, differentiation, and lesson timeline-Double-sided A3 worksheet-A 14 Page 'Knowledge Hunt' (.doc) with colour pictures, outlining 'Interesting Facts' and extracts/quotes from the four main Hindu sacred texts.-Background music for SMSC/Behaviour Management during the knowledge hunt-A Homework TaskThe topic of the lesson focusses on Hindu sacred texts, and the 'Sources of authority' aspect of your specification.The lesson provides students with an overview of and selected readings from:The Vedas, a collection of hymns praising the Vedic gods. Veda means 'knowledge'The Ramayana, long epic poems about Rama and SitaThe Mahabharata, which includes the Bhagavad GitaThe Puranas, a collection of stories about the different incarnations and the lives of saintsThis 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/godwin86Thank you for your download!Positive reviews are greatly appreciated.

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GCSE Hinduism - Lesson 4/20 [Origins & Nature of Reality, Heavenly Realms, prakriti, purusha...]

GCSE Hinduism - Lesson 4/20 [Origins & Nature of Reality, Heavenly Realms, prakriti, purusha...]

This is the third in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course [section A]. It is designed around the OCR specification and is therefore suitable for teachers using the AQA specification (which is a less detailed equivalent to the OCR spec) and highly relevant to GCSE Religious Studies teachers regardless of the specification used.The Download (comprising 7(+) 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 (in 3 formats depending on your printing capacities)-Silent debate A3 Worksheets for group activity-18 Page colour knowledge-hunt (place around the room)-A pack of classical sitar music to play during the knowledge hunt (SMSC)-A Homework TaskThe topic of the lesson focusses on the following part of the specification: The Nature of Reality• The meanings of the terms: Maya, Loka, Devas and Asuras• The concept of Loka (world/realm/space) and the ways the Lokas are divided• The heavenly realms of the Tri-Murti: Brahma-Loka, Shiva-Loka and Vishnu-Loka/Vaikuntha• The inhabitants of the different realms, including the belief that people are born into different realms as a result of karma• The nature of the material world• The meaning of prakriti, purusha and the trigunas• The role and relationship of prakritim purusha and the trigunas in the creation and constitution of the material world• The cycle of creation and destruction as it applies to the universe, including the roles of the Trimurti and the Mahayuga• Common and divergent teachings and beliefs about worlds and their diverse inhabitants, including Maya, Loka, Devas and Asuras• The nature of reality, including the way gunas interact to determine the nature of things• Common and divergent understandings of cosmology and creation by different Hindu groups, including:• The cyclical universe, trimurti, aum and mahayuga • The relationship between the material world and the concept of Maya• Different interpretations and emphases given to sources of wisdom and authority by different Hindu groupsSources:• The Nasadiya Sukta (Rig Veda)• Katha Upanishad III 10–11• Chandogya Upanishad III 14• Bhagavad Gita XIII 19–20This 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/godwin86Thank you for your download!Positive reviews are greatly appreciated.

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GCSE Hinduism - Lesson 5/20 [Manifestations of the divine, deities, trimurti, tridevi, shakti]

GCSE Hinduism - Lesson 5/20 [Manifestations of the divine, deities, trimurti, tridevi, shakti]

This is the fifth in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course [section A]. It is designed around the OCR specification and is therefore suitable for teachers using the AQA specification (which is a less detailed equivalent to the OCR spec) and highly relevant to GCSE Religious Studies teachers regardless of the specification used.The Download (comprising 5(+) files, within one zip file) includes:-A PPT Containing a Full Lesson-A complete lesson plan covering: objectives, key-words, differentiation, and lesson timeline-12 Page colour knowledge-hunt (place around the room)-Images for poster design task (4 page word document)-Background music (Aum Chants and Tibetan Singing Bowls) to play during the poster design task (SMSC)-A Homework TaskThe topic of the lesson focusses on the following part of the specification: Manifestations of the Divine• Different ways of understanding Brahman, with attributes (Saguna Brahman) and without attributes (Nirguna Brahman)• The connection between concepts of Brahman and Hindu practices, including Hindu deities as manifestations of Saguna Brahman• The role and importance of the Trimurti and the Tridevi, including the concept of Shakti and the relationship between male and female deities• The role and importance of Avatara as the incarnation or manifestation of deities in a particular physical form• The role and importance of Murti as the focus of worship and as an expression of an actual presence• The significance of Avatara in different Hindu traditions• Common and divergent emphases placed on manifestations of the divine by different Hindu groups• Different interpretations and emphases given to sources of wisdom and authority by different Hindu groupsSmriti and shruti scriptures• Stories of the gods acting within the world• The avatars of Vishnu• The Ramayana• The Bhagavad Gita• Jesus and the Buddha as avatarsThis 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/godwin86Thank you for your download!Positive reviews are greatly appreciated.

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GCSE Hinduism - Lesson 6/20 [Brahman, Bhagvan (and Ishvara), Nirguna/Saguna, Antaryami, Smartism]

GCSE Hinduism - Lesson 6/20 [Brahman, Bhagvan (and Ishvara), Nirguna/Saguna, Antaryami, Smartism]

This is the sixth in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course [section A]. It is designed around the OCR specification and is therefore suitable for teachers using the AQA specification (which is a less detailed equivalent to the OCR spec) and highly relevant to GCSE Religious Studies teachers regardless of the specification used.The Download (comprising 8(+) files, within one zip file) includes:-A PPT Containing a Full Lesson-A complete lesson plan covering: objectives, key-words, differentiation, and lesson timeline-An information/notes sheet about Brahman-Images for leaflet design task (2 page word document)-3 Videos about The Nature of Brahman and associated Hindu beliefs. -A Homework TaskThe topic of the lesson focusses on the following part of the specification: Brahman (Features of The Divine)• The concept of Brahman as the eternal, omnipresent and all-pervading divinity, unlimited, infinite and impersonal (nirguna) and as the personal deity manifested in forms (saguna)• The nature of Brahman as both all-pervading and within the heart of an individual (antaryami/antharyami)• Brahman as the supreme person (Bhagvan, or Ishvara) living in a spiritual realm• The significance of different ways of understanding Brahman and how this relates to other concepts, including liberation (moksha)• Common and divergent emphases placed on features of the divine by different Hindu groups, including the importance of the relationship to a personal deity• Different interpretations and emphases given to sources of wisdom and authority by different Hindu groups • Chandogya Upanishad IV, x, 4–5• Chandogya Upanishad V, x, 3• Kena Upanishad IThis 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/godwin86Thank you for your download!Positive reviews are greatly appreciated.

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GCSE Hinduism - Lesson 3/20 [Karma, Three Types of Karma, Cosmic Justice, Jivan mukti, Sanchita]

GCSE Hinduism - Lesson 3/20 [Karma, Three Types of Karma, Cosmic Justice, Jivan mukti, Sanchita]

This is the third in a series of lessons on Hinduism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course [section A]. It is designed around the OCR specification and is therefore suitable for teachers using the AQA specification (which is a less detailed equivalent to the OCR spec) and highly relevant to GCSE Religious Studies teachers regardless of the specification used.The Download (comprising 3 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 worksheet-A Homework TaskThe topic of the lesson focusses on the following part of the specification: Karma • The meaning of the term karma and the role it plays in Hindu life and rebirth• Karma as causality and a form of cosmic justice• Karma as the connection between action and consequence• The state of jivan mukti and its relationship to karma• The relationship of karma with samsara• The effect of positive and negative karma within samsara (parabdha karma)• The creation of karma through choices and actions in the current lifetime (kriyamana karma) and its connection with moral/ethical thinking• Sakam karma (with results in mind) and nishkam karma (desireless/fruitless) and the way these relate to rebirth and liberation• Common and divergent emphases given to karma by different Hindu groups• Different interpretations and emphases given to sources of wisdom and authority by different Hindu groupsSources:• Bhagavad Gita III, 3–9• Bhagavad Gita III,29–30This 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/godwin86The 20-Lesson GCSE Buddhism course (rated 5 stars) can also be found here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-buddhism-ocr-b-aqa-20-lessons-very-high-quality-complete-resources-lesson-plans-worksheets-presentations-11410236Thank you for your download!Positive reviews are greatly appreciated.

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'Situation Ethics' (Ethics, Morality, Fletcher) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

'Situation Ethics' (Ethics, Morality, Fletcher) 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 'Situation 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.

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'Natural Law Theory' (Ethics, Morality, Aquinas) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

'Natural Law Theory' (Ethics, Morality, Aquinas) 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 'Natural Law Theory' 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.

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'Euthanasia' (Applied Ethics, Religious Studies) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

'Euthanasia' (Applied Ethics, Religious Studies) 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 'Applied Ethics: Euthanasia' 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

Business Ethics (Religious Studies) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec) [religion,moral]

Business Ethics (Religious Studies) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec) [religion,moral]

Designed for teachers using OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers the 'Applied Ethics: Business 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

'Utilitarianism' (Ethics, Morality, Bentham, Mill) Revision Session for AS-Level OCR RS (New Spec)

'Utilitarianism' (Ethics, Morality, Bentham, Mill) 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 'Utilitarianism' 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

AQA RS SPEC B UNIT 2 RELIGION AND PREJUDICE 50 QUICK QUESTIONS

AQA RS SPEC B UNIT 2 RELIGION AND PREJUDICE 50 QUICK QUESTIONS

AQA SPEC B UNIT 2 is coming to an end this year but much of the content in the NEW GRADE 9-1 GCSE SPEC A is the same especially in the Thematic studies modules. This will support progress for all learning groups. these 50 quick questions can be used in paired or group activities as well as independent learning activities. The aim is to embed knowledge and allow pupils to recall and apply knowledge and understanding. The Quick Question approach was observed in maths lessons so I have tried to adopt it for Religious Studies. Hope it helps all colleagues and pupils!

By ashah123456

Conscience - A2 Religious Studies - Revision Session ( OCR KS5 ) Aquinas Freud Ethics Religion Moral

Conscience - A2 Religious Studies - Revision Session ( OCR KS5 ) Aquinas Freud Ethics Religion Moral

Designed for teachers using the new OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers both the 'Conscience' section of the specification. The topic is a part of the 'Religion & Ethics' component of the A2 course and falls under the subsection: 'Significant Ideas'. It deals with the theories of Aquinas and Freud in relation to conscience and guiltThis download contains 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

Sexual Ethics A2 Religious Studies - Revision Session ( OCR KS5 )[ homosexuality premarital moral ]

Sexual Ethics A2 Religious Studies - Revision Session ( OCR KS5 )[ homosexuality premarital moral ]

Designed for teachers using the new OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers both the 'Sexual Ethics' section of the specification. The topic is a part of the 'Religion & Ethics' component of the A2 course and falls under the subsection: "Developments in Ethical Thought".This download contains 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

Nature & Attributes of God - A2 Philosophy of Religion - Revision Session ( OCR KS5 ) free will omni

Nature & Attributes of God - A2 Philosophy of Religion - Revision Session ( OCR KS5 ) free will omni

Designed for teachers using the new OCR Religious Studies AS/A2 specification (H173/H573)This revision session covers both the 'Nature & Attributes of God' section of the specification. The topic is a part of the 'Philosophy of Religion' component of the A2 course and falls under the sub-section: "Theological and Philosophical Developments".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