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World Religion Day Bundle

World Religion Day Bundle

World Religion Day Bundle - Assembly & Tutor Time This is a set of resources that are ideal to use for a collapsed timetable day for World Religions Day or as a weeks worth of tutor times & an assembly on religion & Philosophy.
TeachElite
Thich Naht Hanh and Engaged Buddhism

Thich Naht Hanh and Engaged Buddhism

A small bundle of resources that explore the life and work of Thich Nhat Hanh using a marketplace, with a factfile on his life including quotes and history. Enough here for a few lessons. Learning Questions include: Who is Thich Naht Hanh? How does he interpret Buddhism? What is my opinion of ‘Engaged Buddhism’? A video included which is an interview between him and Oprah which is quite powerful and insightful for understanding the man behind the religious robes. Activities differentiated by outcome, especially if Kagan seating plans are used.
DavidFew
{FREE} Introduction to World Religions through Mathematics SAMPLE

{FREE} Introduction to World Religions through Mathematics SAMPLE

This is a sample video of the ‘Introduction to World Religions through Mathematics’ bundle that can be purchased here. Just download and watch so that you may make a reasonable judgement as to whether this would be appropriate for your students. About this bundle: This bundle is the perfect pack for you to engage your students with World Religions and Mathematics at the same time! When introducing students to the study of World Religions, get their attention by using these 7 sets of 5 excellent activities. These activities have the advantage of combining their Maths skills with the enjoyment of playing! They were designed not just for creating ‘busy-work’ for students, but for engaging the students in the learning process and enhancing their learning experience. The activities are suitable to be used for homework or during class activities (as starter or plenary). The answers are included! Don't forget to celebrate their success with the certificate included! ********************************************************************* This bundle contains: ✶ Introduction to Christianity through Mathematics ✶ Introduction to Buddhism through Mathematics ✶ Introduction to Islam through Mathematics ✶ Introduction to Hinduism through Mathematics ✶ Introduction to Sikhism through Mathematics ✶ Introduction to Judaism through Mathematics Page Count: 87 ********************************************************************* Related Resources All Puzzles
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GCSE NEW SPEC AQA Buddhism: beliefs and teachings EXCEPTIONAL FULLY RESOURCED Scheme of Work

GCSE NEW SPEC AQA Buddhism: beliefs and teachings EXCEPTIONAL FULLY RESOURCED Scheme of Work

An EXCEPTIONAL fully resourced Scheme of Work for the new Religious Studies AQA GCSE specification Buddhism: beliefs and teachings, with all GCSE learning objectives covered. The content will also fit the Edexcel and OCR GCSE RS courses, with some adaptations. All lesson resources included: Power Point presentations, handouts, worksheets, mark sheets, exam questions, mini- assessments, end of unit assessment, homework's, extension tasks, unit outline. Lessons are fully differentiated for a mixed ability class (see 'diff', 'higher' or 'lower' on name of documents). Tips: 1) This is very detailed scheme of work, with each topic (e.g 1.4), lasting for approx. 2 hour lessons. It is designed for teaching the GCSE course over 3 hour lessons a week, and beginning in the last half term of Year 9. I have often taught content in detail, with lengthy tasks to study concepts in depth. If you have less time you could shorten these tasks, leave them out or set them for homework - just make sure you check the textbook to see what is essential content. I have also sometimes included extra information which I felt was useful for students to know to help them understand the GCSE Buddhism content better (especially when my students had not covered it in KS3) e.g. Hindu beliefs in life after death and Hindu ascetics. Therefore if you have less time you can either leave these extra bits out (especially if you have covered them at KS3), shorten them or set them for homework - again just make sure you check the textbook to see what is essential content. 2) You will need the AQA Religious Studies A Buddhism Oxford University Press textbook alongside this Scheme of work - there is a picture of it on the first slide of lesson 1.1. 3) You will need Microsoft Excel and SMART Board software for a few of the resources. 4) There are some extra resources needed for one or two lessons (please see presentation slides), such as a water bottle filled with mud (soil), orange robes etc. These are optional and you could still teach the lessons without them - but it does make the lessons more engaging. 5) There is a mini-assessment to be completed after lesson 1.4 (post life of Buddha). It focuses on who to answer 5 mark questions. The end of unit assessment also includes 12 mark questions. 6) Just like the textbook, the lessons do not explicitly teach students why beliefs and teachings are important for Buddhists (12 mark questions). I begin to coach students in this skill for the end of unit assessment for the 12 mark question. The reason I did not cover it in lessons, is because it felt like students needed to learn all of the beliefs and teachings first before being able to evaluate which was the most important for Buddhists. Therefore, personally I will be covering this skill as part of future revision and recaps. I hope you enjoy, and any reviews would be appreciated.
reteacheruk18
Key stage 6,7 and 8 Assessment Bundle

Key stage 6,7 and 8 Assessment Bundle

Contains assessment for the following subjects : Science (5 Booklets) Mathematics (2 Booklets) Geography and Social Studies, including basic history knowledge (3 booklets) Religious Studies (Buddhism) (1 booklet) Assessment will be marked if required. Scan and send it to dukulajayasinghe1@gmail.com. All assessments will be marked and returned graded, with comments, at NO additional charge. Total cost if bought separately : £25.10 Total cost if bought in a bundle : £15.00 Total discount : 40% (+ more discounts if promotion sales are going on)
dukulajayasinghe1
New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist  Practices

New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices

This bundle includes 16 well-resourced and detailed lessons that guide students through the Buddhist Practices topic. There are plenty of learning checks, exam practice opportunities, homework opportunities and includes a detailed revision guide to accompany this topic. This is an ideal bundle to get the best progress out of your students in this new demanding GCSE
njscarlet
New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L16 - End of topic test (including model 12 mark answer)

New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L16 - End of topic test (including model 12 mark answer)

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the last in a series of lessons that guide students through the Buddhist Practices unit of the GCSE - Students will sit their test based on the exam format questions Students will have the whole lesson to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the topic entitled: Buddhism – practices Students will use the DREARER X 3 = C formula to answer the 12 mark question Students will gain valuable experience in answering exam questions in preparation for the final exams
njscarlet
New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L15 - The Past Paper Lesson

New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L15 - The Past Paper Lesson

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the fifteenth in a series of lessons that guide students through the Buddhist Practices unit of the GCSE - Students will go through what type of questions will be asked in the exam: By will answer a selection of 1 mark questions in exercise books By will answer a selection of 2 mark questions in exercise books By will pick one out of three 4 mark question and answer it in exercise books Students will pick one out of three 5 mark question and answer it in exercise books Students will then RAG rate themselves on a selection of 12 mark questions on how well they would do if they answered them Students will then plan to revise for next lesson’s test
njscarlet
New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L14 - The Learning Audt  (including revision guide for topic)

New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L14 - The Learning Audt (including revision guide for topic)

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the fourteenth in a series of lessons that guide students through the Buddhist Practices unit of the GCSE - We will discuss the importance of auditing our learning to make sure we can fill in the gaps Firstly, students will go through the list which shows the titles of all the lessons students have completed on this topic – Buddhist practices Secondly, students will go through the list of completed questions that summarise learning on this topic – RAG rate themselves Thirdly, Using the revision guide book for this topic – and exercise book –Students will find out the answers to the questions that you have marked in RED and AMBER
njscarlet
New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L13 - The Six Perfections

New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L13 - The Six Perfections

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the thirteenth in a series of lessons that guide students through the Buddhist Practices unit of the GCSE - Students will summarise our learning from the previous five topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in your exercise books Students will complete some recall and revise task and will complete a recall task on the five steps in cultivating loving-kindness (metta) Students will complete a recall task on the 5 precepts and will complete a recall task on the 6 perfections Students will then further research the six perfections in Buddhism and will complete a worksheet answering questions on the 6 perfections Students will then complete some revision tasks in preparation for the May exams and will finish by completing lists of beliefs and practices in Buddhism
njscarlet