World religions teaching resources: Sikhism

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

Six Major World Religions Timeline

Six Major World Religions Timeline

This lesson is the first in a set of seven designed to introduce pupils to the six of the major world religions. In this lesson, pupils will look at a timeline of the origins of religion, be tasked to recreate this timeline themselves (There are differentiated worksheets and a help sheet for lower ability pupils.) They will also have to colour a map of where the religions began. There are links to 2 videos within this PPT. The second gives and overview of 5 world religions. The sixth pupils have to research for homework.

By TeachElite

Sikhism Assembly and Sikhism Quiz (including Vaisakhi & Diwali)

Sikhism Assembly and Sikhism Quiz (including Vaisakhi & Diwali)

2017 Sikhism Assembly (Including Vaisakhi & Diwali) 20-30 Minutes or Tutor form time. This resource contains:1x Assembly PowerPoint This Powerpoint contains 15+ slides . All assemblies are adaptable. They all begin and end with student interaction. They contain definitions and descriptions in student friendly 'speak' and linking to the assembly topic. and 2017 - Sikhism Quiz including Vaisakhi & Diwali - 7 rounds and over 40 Questions. Quiz. End of Term year quiz. (Could also be used as a RE/ Citizenship Assembly stimulus). This resource contains:1x PowerPoint Quiz1x Student Answer Sheet (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!!This Powerpoint contains 20+ slides with Quiz Questions about Sikhism including Vaisakhi & Diwali. The Powerpoint is colourful and bright and can be used with students across the age ranges and includes a fun and engaging way to go through the answers.

By bkingsnorth

2017 - Sikhism Quiz including Vaisakhi & Diwali  - 7 rounds and over 40 Questions. Quiz

2017 - Sikhism Quiz including Vaisakhi & Diwali - 7 rounds and over 40 Questions. Quiz

2017 - Sikhism Quiz including Vaisakhi & Diwali - 7 rounds and over 40 Questions. Quiz. End of Term year quiz. (Could also be used as a RE/ Citizenship Assembly stimulus). This resource contains: 1x PowerPoint Quiz1x Student Answer Sheet (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!!Contains 7 Rounds: Guess the Sikh item , Whats that object?, Name the festival ?, Matching up Gurus , Whats that number? and more...This Powerpoint contains 20+ slides with Quiz Questions about Sikhism including Vaisakhi & Diwali. The Powerpoint is colourful and bright and can be used with students across the age ranges and includes a fun and engaging way to go through the answers.This PowerPoint could be used as a fun and engaging PSHE lesson about healthy eating. This resource would work really well with my other 2017/2018 educational resources and Quizzes.Click on my name to see my full shop containing lots more useful free and paid resources for GCSE Citizenship and PSHE.

By bkingsnorth

2017 Sikhism Assembly  (Including Vaisakhi & Diwali)  20-30 Minutes or Tutor form time.

2017 Sikhism Assembly (Including Vaisakhi & Diwali) 20-30 Minutes or Tutor form time.

2017 Sikhism Assembly (Including Vaisakhi & Diwali) 20-30 Minutes or Tutor form time. This resource contains:1x Assembly PowerPoint 1 x Assembly Slides Teacher Handout (Ready for you to make notes)This Powerpoint contains 15+ slides . All assemblies are adaptable. They all begin and end with student interaction. They contain definitions and descriptions in student friendly 'speak' and linking to the assembly topic. The assembly will embark on a fun learning journey for all! The Powerpoint is colourful and bright and can be used with students across the age ranges and includes a fun and engaging way to deliver an assembly on the topic of Sikhism.This resource could be followed up with my "2017 - Sikhism Quiz including Vaisakhi & Diwali - 7 rounds and over 40 Questions. Quiz"Click on my name to see my full shop containing lots more useful free and paid assemblies, quizzes and lesson powerpoint resources for RE, Citizenship, Careers and PSHE.

By bkingsnorth

World Religions Symbol & Founder - fun end of term activity

World Religions Symbol & Founder - fun end of term activity

This Volvelle teaches your classes the symbols and founders of the world’s major religions and is a wonderful revision tool. It includes Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam.A volvelle or wheel chart is a type of slide chart, constructed from paper with rotating parts. It’s brilliant for both teaching and revision. The student fills in the information on the Volvelle which will help them to learn it, and then can use it as a revision tool. They are fun to make!The volvelle worksheet is complete with instructions on what your class should do, so it really helps make this lesson fun and easy.With this resource, you get a fascinating Volvelle PowerPoint which is 10 slides long and can be used to teach your class all about Volvelles. This makes a great starter to your lesson, and the presentation includes a script, making you the instant expert!There is a stage by stage teachers pictorial guide on how to put the volvelle together, which includes lots of useful advice and tips so you can be confident when you teach your class.To sum up, you get:• The Volvelle worksheet• A presentation about Volvelles• A lesson plan• A stage by stage teachers guide on how to make a volvelle

By VolvelleEducation

Diwali Fact File

Diwali Fact File

Teach your children about Diwali with this handy fact file. This PDF page could be used on a large display as a whole class teaching tool, on a classroom display board or as a reference mat on tables. Children could also use it for independent research.Find more resources like this in our Diwali Mini Pack at www.teachingpacks.co.uk

By teachingideas

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Judaism, Hinduism & Sikhism bundle

Judaism, Hinduism & Sikhism bundle

40+ lessons based on Judaism, Hinduism and Sikhism. This unit covers c central beliefs, practices and festivals. Aimed towards KS2-KS3, can be edited to suit all ages.

By GwenThomas1994

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THE RE MEGA BUNDLE

THE RE MEGA BUNDLE

Perfect for new RE teachers, new HODs and those entering a new RE post. This bundle is a massive collection of files. This bundle is designed for Religious Education, Philosophy & Ethics teachers; It includes: 5 x KS3 Units 5 x GCSE Units or themes A massive KS5 file collection An AQA Philosophy section P4C Tools Other goodies! Feel free to email me about the resource if you have any questions: godwin86@gmail.com Adam

By godwin86

Mul Mantra

Mul Mantra

Lesson on the Mul Mantra for KS3, focusing on the concept of God.Students begin by considering what God may be like, before being shown the Mul Mantra with some words missing, and asked to fill in the gaps.Students then given the Mul Mantra, and use it to explain Sikh beliefs about God.Reflection questions included on powerpoint, and a venn diagram included for students to compare with what they now know Sikhs believe about God with what other religions believe- adapt as appropriate for topics school has looked at.

By rob_williamsthree

Guru Nanak crossword

Guru Nanak crossword

Learn and play at the same time. Keep your students engaged with this crossword which consolidates understanding of Guru Nanak's life.Suitable to be used for homework, or during class activities.Related Resources All puzzles

By Think_About_It

Symbols: World Religions

Symbols: World Religions

1hr PP, differentiated tasks, 4 worksheets, KS3/2Complete 1 hour lesson with differentiated worksheets. Suitable for KS3/2 easily adapted for either Different level tasks for MA,LA or Core Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or aboveMore cheap and free resources available at my shop: Emjcot's Shop Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)

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The Gurus - KS3 Sikhism

The Gurus - KS3 Sikhism

A KS3 Sikhism lesson teaching students about the Sikh Gurus. This lesson aims to describe key teachings of the Sikh Gurus, explain how the Gurus taught these and explain how a Sikh can apply these teachings. There is a running focus within this lesson of courage, trust and equality. Students are required to learn the definitions of these words through a dictionary task. The main task is a group work task where students read stories about the Gurus and complete a task.

By leanaandrews

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KS3 Sikhism bundle

KS3 Sikhism bundle

A Sikhism series of lessons for KS3 students. L1 Guru Nanak L2 Gurus L3 5Ks L4 Gurdwara L5 Khalsa and Vaisakhi A perfect series of lessons to teach students about Sikhism. Lessons include a variety of teaching and learning activities that are engaging and promote progress.

By leanaandrews

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AQA GCSE RS (9-1) - Spec A - mock bundle

AQA GCSE RS (9-1) - Spec A - mock bundle

This bundle gives a mapping grid of the questions met on the AQA SAMS against the Specification. It then has a full mock paper based on the mapping exercise.Finally a full mark scheme is included to be able to mark the mock, or use in classwork.

By Charliebgood

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AQA GCSE (9-1) RS Specification A - mapping charts for Religion SAMS

AQA GCSE (9-1) RS Specification A - mapping charts for Religion SAMS

AQA have published Specimen Materials (SAMS) for their new Specifications. This document maps out the questions from the two sets of SAMS for the religion papers against the actual specification content. Each religion is split into 'Beliefs and teachings' and 'Practices'; all seven options (six religions plus Catholic Christianity) are included. It allows any teacher to see all the questions which have been asked so far.This document can be used to work out a mock exam which does not just replicate the SAMS as it shows the gaps in what has been asked so far. It can also be used as the startpoint for adding actual exam questions when the papers have been sat - so saving a lot of time for teachers in preparation for that.

By Charliebgood

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Mock Religion paper for AQA GCSE (9-1) Specification A

Mock Religion paper for AQA GCSE (9-1) Specification A

This is a mock paper based on the gaps in the Specimen material coverage. It is written in the question language of the SAMS, trying to build familiarity and continuity for students. Written for Y10's end of year mocks, it has more than the two religions they are covering - it has all seven sections (Christianity, Catholic Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism). They are also in the order to be found in the SAMS. This is because of wanting the students to have to navigate through a paper which is like the final one will be - ie they will have to choose the right sections. Both sections (Beliefs and Teachings, and, Practices) are on the same page (whereas in the SAMS, they cover a double page spread). This can be used as a mock exam (issued in its entirety, or just the relevant sections), can be given as homework, used in class as a peer answer/mark exercise, or as additional familiarisation alongside the SAMS. A companion mark scheme is also available on this site.

By Charliebgood