Friendship Skills, Philosophy and Drama all in one KS2 Complete PSHE and SEAL Lesson

Friendship Skills, Philosophy and Drama all in one KS2 Complete PSHE and SEAL Lesson

This intriguing lesson is designed to stimulate deep thought and discussion, exploring the issues of our choices, our nature and the idea of taking responsibility for our actions. Children are introduced to the idea of the moment of choice and see how they can make better choices with their friendships and in social situations. Contains philosophical questions in response to a video stimuli that will spark intriguing discussions. These discussions lead on to a creative drama activity that explores the idea of making the right choice. Complete lesson with starter, plenary, learning activities, questions and resources all included.
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The Dropping of the Atomic Bomb

The Dropping of the Atomic Bomb

The decision to drop the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima had consequences far beyond the people in that Japanese city. It changed the world. This activity aims to give a little background to the development as well as some information about the actual consequences on the people in the city. Firstly the students will look at the science of the Atomic Bomb. What is it that makes it work? Secondly, they will look at what happened when the bombs were dropped. The third aspect is the most important one. The aim of the task is for the students themselves to decide if the decision was the right one. This is not just empathising with the people who suffered or even those who made the decision. The students will have to decide themselves and then try to influence their classmates about what the correct decision was. Includes Lesson Plan, PowerPoint and Handouts. PowerPoint presentation contains sensitive image(s) and teachers are advised
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Complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Life

Complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Life

This collection of Power Points is a complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Life based on the study of Christianity and Islam. No further planning necessary - Simply download and teach! Tasks included, along with hyperlinks that link to various media clips (check before using). Primarily references the Gordon Reid, Sarah Tyler textbooks. Other resources used, suitable for all grades. Exam skills and revision techniques included. If you purchase, please leave a review :)
joeybird
Complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Society

Complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Society

This collection of Power Points is a complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Society based on the study of Christianity and Islam. No further planning necessary - Simply download and teach! Tasks included, along with hyperlinks that link to various media clips (check before using). Please note, resources are complete even though some front pages appear to be missing. Primarily references the Gordon Reid, Sarah Tyler textbooks. Other resources used, suitable for all grades. Exam skills and revision techniques included. If you purchase, please leave a review :)
joeybird
What is History?

What is History?

The question every student needs to ask but one that is often overlooked. This resource encourages the students to explore just who creates history and who chooses what we remember. This resource allows the students to explore the question using resources and doing some historical research. Contains a PowerPoint, Lesson Plan and Resources.
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A Level Revison: Thinking Skills

A Level Revison: Thinking Skills

It is perhaps the simplest thing to do. Think. However, when the examiner tells the students to begin their exams it can often be a rather more challenging proposal. This Lesson contains a variety of activities designed to get the students thinking. On their own they do not take too much time but can be easily adapted to some of the other Recipes to develop the revision. This activity can also be used as a thinking skills activity at the start of the year.
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OCR Peace & Justice Assessment and feedback

OCR Peace & Justice Assessment and feedback

This is a lesson for the feedback of the end of unit assessment: Religion, peace & justice, in the OCR GCSE Ethics & Philosophy B syllabus. Includes WAGOLLs (What a good one looks like) for the part D and E questions, and peer marking opportunities. Please comment :)
BlackCatTeacher