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AQA Muslim Beliefs and Practices Revision Booklet

AQA Muslim Beliefs and Practices Revision Booklet

A blank revision booklet for students to fill in information from textbooks/own learning/classwork. Includes 13 pages of activities including keyword/definitions/scripture/pictionary, etc. I used the AQA Oxford textbook alongside this activity to support students.
reteach1144
Low Ability Workbook Muslim Beliefs GCSE

Low Ability Workbook Muslim Beliefs GCSE

**Low Ability Workbook Muslim Beliefs GCSE RE ** To support low ability students in accessing the new GCSE Spec. Designed for Edexcel, but content can be easily adapted for other exam boards.
jogothard
AQA A GCSE Religious Studies Theme B, C and E Bundle!

AQA A GCSE Religious Studies Theme B, C and E Bundle!

This bundle is comprised of lessons 1-7 from Theme B: Religion and life, lessons 1-7 from Theme C: Existence of God and revelation and 1-6 from Theme E: Crime and Punishment for the new AQA A Religious Studies GCSE specification. The lessons included are: Religion and life Abortion Euthanasia Death and the afterlife The origins and value of the world The use and abuse of animals The use and abuse of the environment Revise, review and assess Existence of God and Revelation Design argument First cause argument Argument from miracles Arguments against the existence of God Special revelation and enlightenment General revelation Attributes of the divine and the value of revelation Crime and Punishment Crime and punishment Reasons for crime Aims of punishment Treatment pf criminals Suffering and forgiveness Death penalty Revision and assessment preparation Each lesson is fully resourced to a high standard, differentiated, challenging and engaging. It has been planned by a Lead Practitioner who is passionate about excellent quality teaching and learning. For all video clips, resources and teaching tips for how to deliver the activities effectively, please see the notes section at the bottom of every slide. These lessons have been designed for you to ‘pick up and go’ so there is no preparation work other than printing required. If you make use of these resources I would be really appreciative of a review.
nslater88
AQA A GCSE Religious Studies Theme B and C Bundle!

AQA A GCSE Religious Studies Theme B and C Bundle!

This bundle is comprised of lessons 1-7 from Theme B: Religion and life and lessons 1-8 from Theme C: Existence of God and revelation for the new AQA A Religious Studies GCSE specification. The lessons included are: Religion and life Abortion Euthanasia Death and the afterlife The origins and value of the world The use and abuse of animals The use and abuse of the environment Revise, review and assess Existence of God and Revelation Design argument First cause argument Argument from miracles Arguments against the existence of God Special revelation and enlightenment General revelation Attributes of the divine and the value of revelation Revise, review and assess Each lesson is fully resourced to a high standard, differentiated, challenging and engaging. It has been planned by a Lead Practitioner who is passionate about excellent quality teaching and learning. For all video clips, resources and teaching tips for how to deliver the activities effectively, please see the notes section at the bottom of every slide. These lessons have been designed for you to ‘pick up and go’ so there is no preparation work other than printing required. If you make use of these resources I would be really appreciative of a review.
nslater88
AQA A GCSE Religious Studies Theme E Full Unit!

AQA A GCSE Religious Studies Theme E Full Unit!

This bundle is comprised of lessons 1-6 from Theme E: Religion, crime and punishment for the new AQA A Religious Studies GCSE specification. Each lesson is based upon Christianity and Islam but they could be altered to suit any of the other religious options. The lessons included are: Crime and punishment Reasons for crime Aims of punishment Treatment of criminals Suffering and forgiveness Death penalty Revision and assessment preparation Each lesson is fully resourced to a high standard, differentiated, challenging and engaging. It has been planned by a Lead Practitioner who is passionate about excellent quality teaching and learning. For all video clips, resources and teaching tips for how to deliver the activities effectively, please see the notes section at the bottom of every slide. These lessons have been designed for you to ‘pick up and go’ so there is no preparation work other than printing required. I will be adding the theme ‘Human rights’ theme shortly so please keep looking. If you make use of these resources I would be really appreciative of a review.
nslater88
AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 6 What is the death penalty?

AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 6 What is the death penalty?

This is the 6th lesson in the AQA A GCSE thematic unit of work for ‘Crime and Punishment’ and it is focused on the death penalty. I have included as part of this presentation, both the Christian and Muslim attitudes to the death penalty as well as the revision mind maps for the whole theme. The lesson has been fully resourced to a high standard with a range of differentiated tasks (using the good, better, ASPIRE system). The lesson is designed to challenge the students as well as make them familiar with new concepts, knowledge and how to apply their learning to the exam. I will be adding lessons on a weekly basis so please keep looking! If you choose to use this resource I would really appreciate a review.
nslater88
AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 5  Suffering and forgiveness

AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 5 Suffering and forgiveness

This is the 5th lesson in the AQA A GCSE thematic unit of work for ‘Crime and Punishment’ and it is focused on the Christian and Muslim attitudes to suffering and forgiveness. This appears as separate lessons on the specification and in the text book but it felt appropriate to combine them in this case. The lesson has been fully resourced to a high standard with a range of differentiated tasks (using the good, better, ASPIRE system). The lesson is designed to challenge the students as well as make them familiar with new concepts, knowledge and how to apply their learning to the exam. I will be adding lessons on a weekly basis so please keep looking! If you choose to use this resource I would really appreciate a review.
nslater88
AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 4 How are criminals treated?

AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 4 How are criminals treated?

This is the 4th lesson in the AQA A GCSE thematic unit of work for ‘Crime and Punishment’ and it is focused on the treatment of criminals. I have included as part of this presentation, both the Christian and Muslim attitudes to the different ways criminals are treated (prison, corporal punishment and community service). The lesson has been fully resourced to a high standard with a range of differentiated tasks (using the good, better, ASPIRE system). The lesson is designed to challenge the students as well as make them familiar with new concepts, knowledge and how to apply their learning to the exam. I will be adding lessons on a weekly basis so please keep looking! If you choose to use this resource I would really appreciate a review.
nslater88
AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 3 What are the aims of punishment

AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 3 What are the aims of punishment

This is the 3rd lesson in the AQA A GCSE thematic unit of work for ‘Crime and Punishment’ and it is focused on the different aims of punishment. I have included as part of this presentation, both the Christian and Muslim attitudes to these various aims of punishment. The lesson has been fully resourced to a high standard with a range of differentiated tasks (using the good, better, ASPIRE system). The lesson is designed to challenge the students as well as make them familiar with new concepts, knowledge and how to apply their learning to the exam. I will be adding lessons on a weekly basis so please keep looking! If you choose to use this resource I would really appreciate a review.
nslater88
AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 2 Reasons for crime

AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 2 Reasons for crime

This is the 2nd lesson in the AQA A GCSE thematic unit of work for ‘Crime and Punishment’ and it is focused on the different reasons for crime. I have included as part of this presentation, both the Christian and Muslim attitudes to these various reasons for crime. The lesson has been fully resourced to a high standard with a range of differentiated tasks (using the good, better, ASPIRE system). The lesson is designed to challenge the students as well as make them familiar with new concepts, knowledge and how to apply their learning to the exam. I will be adding lessons on a weekly basis so please keep looking! If you choose to use this resource I would really appreciate a review.
nslater88
AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 1 Crime and Punishment

AQA A GCSE Theme E Religion, Crime and Punishment: Lesson 1 Crime and Punishment

This is the 1st lesson in the AQA A GCSE thematic unit of work for ‘Crime and Punishment’ and it is focused on crime, punishment, good and evil. The lesson has been fully resourced to a high standard with a range of differentiated tasks (using the good, better, ASPIRE system). The lesson is designed to challenge the students as well as make them familiar with new concepts, knowledge and how to apply their learning to the exam. I will be adding lessons on a weekly basis so please keep looking! If you choose to use this resource I would really appreciate a review.
nslater88
KS3 RS World Religions Introduction

KS3 RS World Religions Introduction

Lesson used to introduce rules and expectations in the classroom. Activity for the ‘Big Six’ religions and their key aspects with posters to place around the room. Pupils then cut these up and stick in their book from largest religion to smallest religion. Provide a good basis for the study of world religions.
jbonn02