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Crime and punishment full 7 lesson unit (KS3 new knowledge based curriculum 2017)

Crime and punishment full 7 lesson unit (KS3 new knowledge based curriculum 2017)

This is a full 7 lesson unit for first teaching in September 2017. it is based on the new knowledge based curriculum and is a perfect accompaniment for students going on to study Religious Studies at GCSE with either AQA, OCR or Edexcel. All lessons can be bought separately (the end of unit assessment is free) but if bought as a bundle you save £2. Please leave a review, all feedback is welcome!

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7. Crime and punishment end of unit assessment (KS3 - New knowledge based curriculum 2017)

7. Crime and punishment end of unit assessment (KS3 - New knowledge based curriculum 2017)

Unit title: Crime and punishment Lesson objective: To investigate why ne need laws, and whether laws must always lead to justice. This is a brand new unit based on the knowledge based curriculum for first teaching in September 2017. All lessons are available as a bundle or can be purchased separately. When bought as a bundle, one lesson is included free! Other lessons are: 1. Causes of crime 2. Types of crime and punishment 3. Justice and Christianity 4. Justice and Islam 5. Laws on drugs 6. Religious attitudes towards drugs Please leave a review, all feedback is welcome!

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6. Religious attitudes towards drugs (KS3 - new knowledge based curriculum 2017)

6. Religious attitudes towards drugs (KS3 - new knowledge based curriculum 2017)

Unit title: Crime and punishment Lesson objective: To investigate Christian and Islamic attitudes towards drug use. This is a brand new unit based on the knowledge based curriculum for first teaching in September 2017. All lessons are available as a bundle or can be purchased separately. When bought as a bundle, one lesson is included free! Other lessons are: 1. Causes of crime 2. Types of crime and punishment 3. Justice and Christianity 4. Justice and Islam 5. Laws on drugs 7. Crime and punishment EOUA Please leave a review, all feedback is welcome!

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5. Laws on drugs (KS3 - new knowledge based curriculum 2017)

5. Laws on drugs (KS3 - new knowledge based curriculum 2017)

Unit title: Crime and punishment Lesson objectives: To understand the legal punishments relating to drug use. To investigate the health problems caused by alcohol and tobacco. This is a brand new unit based on the knowledge based curriculum for first teaching in September 2017. All lessons are available as a bundle or can be purchased separately. When bought as a bundle, one lesson is included free! Other lessons are: 1. Causes of crime 2. Types of crime and punishment 3. Justice and Christianity 4. Justice and Islam 6. Religious attitudes towards drugs 7. Crime and punishment EOUA Please leave a review, all feedback is welcome!

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4. Justice and Islam (KS3 - new knowledge based curriculum 2017)

4. Justice and Islam (KS3 - new knowledge based curriculum 2017)

Unit title: Crime and punishment Lesson objective: To know why justice is important for Muslims and how they work towards it. This is a brand new unit based on the knowledge based curriculum for first teaching in September 2017. All lessons are available as a bundle or can be purchased separately. When bought as a bundle, one lesson is included free! Other lessons are: 1. Causes of crime 2. Types of crime and punishment 3. Justice and Christianity 5. Laws on drugs 6. Religious attitudes towards drugs 7. Crime and punishment EOUA Please leave a review, all feedback is welcome!

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3. Justice and Christianity (KS3 - New knowledge based curriculum 2017)

3. Justice and Christianity (KS3 - New knowledge based curriculum 2017)

Unit title: Crime and punishment Lesson objective: To understand why justice is important to Christians and how they help to maintain it. This is a brand new unit based on the knowledge based curriculum for first teaching in September 2017. All lessons are available as a bundle or can be purchased separately. When bought as a bundle, one lesson is included free! Other lessons are: 1. Causes of crime 2. Types of crime and punishment 4. Justice and Islam 5. Laws on drugs 6. Religious attitudes towards drugs 7. Crime and punishment EOUA Please leave a review, all feedback is welcome!

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2. Types of crime and punishment (KS3 - New knowledge based curriculum 2017)

2. Types of crime and punishment (KS3 - New knowledge based curriculum 2017)

Unit title: Crime and punishment Lesson objective: To know about different theories of punishment and consider how effective each one is. This is a brand new unit based on the knowledge based curriculum for first teaching in September 2017. All lessons are available as a bundle or can be purchased separately. When bought as a bundle, one lesson is included free! Other lessons are: 1. Causes of crime 3. Justice and Christianity 4. Justice and Islam 5. Laws on drugs 6. Religious attitudes towards drugs 7. Crime and punishment EOUA Please leave a review, all feedback is welcome!

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1. Causes of crime (KS3 - new knowledge based curriculum 2017)

1. Causes of crime (KS3 - new knowledge based curriculum 2017)

Unit title: Crime and punishment Lesson objective: To investigate why ne need laws, and whether laws must always lead to justice. This is a brand new unit based on the knowledge based curriculum for first teaching in September 2017. All lessons are available as a bundle or can be purchased separately. When bought as a bundle, one lesson is included free! Other lessons are: 2. Types of crime and punishment 3. Justice and Christianity 4. Justice and Islam 5. Laws on drugs 6. Religious attitudes towards drugs 7. Crime and punishment EOUA Please leave a review, all feedback is welcome!

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WJEC Religious Studies GCSE Dominoes

WJEC Religious Studies GCSE Dominoes

New GCSE keywords dominoes all in one file. Each section links to itself so students can match the correct keywords in a time limit to check their knowledge for the new WJEC GCSE course. Any money earned from resources goes into printing educational and SEN materials and games for local schools. Email for more information amewingcat@gmail.com.

By harle

Presentations on Religious Studies (Christianity)

Presentations on Religious Studies (Christianity)

Comprehensive Presentations that Cover: Abortion, Aquinas Natural Law, Cosmological Argument, Deontology, Environmental Ethics, Evil and Suffering, Kantian Ethics, Meta Ethics, Religious Experience, Religious Language, Revelation and Scripture, Science & Religion, Nature of God, The Teleological Argument, Utilitarianism and Virtue Ethics.

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Judaism: Death and the Afterlife Information Comics

Judaism: Death and the Afterlife Information Comics

Creative and visually engaging cards / information sheets for Jewish Beliefs and Teachings: Death and the Afterlife. Can be used as flash cards for revision! Download files as PDFs or Word documents for compatibility Created with the WJEC / Eduqas RS GCSE in mind, though can be applied across specifications and qualifications. As an examiner for this specification, I have used what I know of the course to create this resource. Please give feedback! I am always happy to respond to comments - whether positive or constructive - this will help to improve the quality of my resources in the future and, more importantly, the quality of pupils' RE/RS education in general - which is what we're all here for!

By joanacarr