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Drawing Board: The Word Illustration Game for GCSE Religious Studies

Drawing Board: The Word Illustration Game for GCSE Religious Studies

Revise key words or terms with your pupils using the all-new game The Drawing Board. Pupils have to draw the key word on the cards, whilst their team mates have to guess what the word is! Created for Eduqas GCSE RS, though can be applied across specifications using the template (included in pack) so you can easily add your own words or key terms! Words include key concepts for Christianity, Judaism and all Philosophy and Ethics units. A fun and engaging way to enthuse learners into embedding course vocabulary!
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Islam and punishment

Islam and punishment

This resource is a power point that can be used as a lesson plan. The presentation includes a starter activity to get students to think about why we punish people, a sorting activity, sources or W&A, clips to explain weaknesses of deterrence and Muslim viewpoints and finishes with an exam question. This took two lessons to cover including discussion.
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Christmas Bauble Art

Christmas Bauble Art

A fun Christmas art activity. Draw a picture on top of the text in the Christmas bauble. Use coloured pencils or watercolour paints so the text can still be seen. 2 Different Texts (repeated in bauble): ♦ Merry Christmas (English) ♦ Meri Kirihimete (Māori) Each set comes in 4 different font styles. Included: ♦ Example ♦ 4x templates in English. ♦ 4x templates in Te Reo Māori. ♦ Blank template – no text in the middle of the bauble. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Christmas Paper Lantern Craft

Christmas Paper Lantern Craft

Celebrate the Christmas Season with these paper lanterns. Lots of different options to choose from. A ‘Happy Holidays’ template is also included for your students who don’t celebrate Christmas. Bonus Inclusion: Six templates for New Zealand classrooms. The words are written in Te Reo Māori: ♦ Meri Kirihimete (Merry Christmas) ♦ Ngā mihi o te Tau Hou (Happy New Year) Designed on A4 size paper. Information and easy-to-follow instructions are included. Idea: There are 2 gift boxes on the ‘gift’ template. Your students could draw pictures inside the boxes. One box could have something they’d like to receive, and the other box could have something they’d like to give. Happy Holidays! ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Shintoism Power Point

Shintoism Power Point

This is a power point explaining about the religion Shintoism and its main beliefs. This topic came under our unit Smaller Religions in Year 4. It is an 8 slide presentation covering the beliefs, worship, torri and kami.
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