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Buddhist attitudes towards the environment

Buddhist attitudes towards the environment

I use this as two lessons, to teach about Buddhist attitudes to the environment including: animal rights testing on animals controversy surrounding Tiger Temple vegetarianism global warming deforestation tree ordination

By Cassylj24

Religious Education End of Year Assessment Quiz Fun

Religious Education End of Year Assessment Quiz Fun

Here are Religious Education End of Year Assessment Quizzes that are fun and informative. Set over 6 rounds, from questions, to sketches, to dingbats - lots of variety and all answers typed in. Can be done in as little as 40 minutes or to fill the hour. They are for the last lesson of the school year with each year group. You can amend the questions and answers if necessary once you have saved two powepoints and one word document. Made over 6 hours in total, can now be used each year as no repetition. The KS4 ones (year 9 and 10) match the new AQA GCSE for AQA Crime and Punishment, Life Issues and Christianity and Buddhism.

By reteacherno1

Assembly Bundle 5

Assembly Bundle 5

Popular assemblies providing a range of themes for whole school Acts of Collective Worship. Useful for a range of school audiences and includes valuable and relevant themes plugging a gap in the assembly provision market. Complete with moments for reflection, discussion and audio visual materials. A must for all planning and leading assemblies.

By hundredacre15

Mock bundle for Themes - AQA GCSE (9-1) RS

Mock bundle for Themes - AQA GCSE (9-1) RS

Bundle includes mapping document based on published SAMS questions, plus a Mock paper built from the gaps which show in the mapping exercise and using exam language and style, plus a mark scheme for that paper. The mark scheme gives answers from six religions to accommodate any combination in school.

By Charliebgood

Mark scheme for Themes paper - AQA GCSE (9-1) Spec A

Mark scheme for Themes paper - AQA GCSE (9-1) Spec A

This is a mark scheme to go with the Themes mock which is also available on this site. Also available as a bundle with a mapping document of the SAMS. The markscheme tries to give answers based on six religions, so is usable for any combination of religions followed. It gives generic marking guidance, then potential answers for all questions from the posted mock exam.

By Charliebgood

Climate Change, Pollution, Fracking and the Environment

Climate Change, Pollution, Fracking and the Environment

This resource is intended to facilitate independent inquiry and a choice of activity. Students should pick an activity and go through it, so this lesson works well with computers/iPads to access the resources attached which include video clips. There are also religious opinions and quotes to the environment, facilitating SMSC, RS, PHSE and Citizenship targets being met, and the lesson can of course be teacher led too. I usually give students 10-15minutes to feedback to the class what they found out.

By DavidFew

Animal Rights

Animal Rights

A resource which is intended to run over 4 lessons: independent study with some introduction and video clips which can be uploaded to your server, and students can access them in their own time using headphones. Great for independent study, differentiation, SMSC, PHSE, Religious Studies and Citizenship, as well as General Studies, this resource stimulates outrage, insight and curiosity. It also includes historical and cultural insights, like the Ecuadorian Government signing in the rights of nature into law.

By DavidFew

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

Mock Themes 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. It covers all six Themes - even though students only do 4 - so as to give them the task of navigating through for their Themes. This can be used as a mock exam (issued in part or in entirety), as end of Theme study assessments (individual sections), can be given as homework, used in class as peer answer/mark exercises, or as additional familiarisation alongside the SAMS.

By Charliebgood

AQA GCSE (9-1) R Specification A - mapping charts for Themes SAMS

AQA GCSE (9-1) R Specification A - mapping charts for Themes 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 Themes papers against the actual specification content. Each Theme is addressed in A-F order. 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