Zakah Muslim Attitudes to Money

Zakah Muslim Attitudes to Money

A full lesson within a scheme of learning on Islam and specifically the 5 pillars. There are lots of active learning strategies and differentiated tasks in this lesson. I have made reference to a clip and images which I also used. Additionally, I have given suggestions of how to adapt/run activities in the slide notes clearly. I used this lesson at a job interview and was successful with the lesson described as outstanding.
samueljames87
Capital punishment

Capital punishment

Intro to capital punishment. This lesson looks at what capital punishment is and the reasoning for and against it. Students reflect on a series of high profile case studies and consider whether they feel capital punishment can be just. Links to RS edexcel syllabus.
loustinch
Morality and Belief (Crime and Punishment) - Unit Outline

Morality and Belief (Crime and Punishment) - Unit Outline

This comprehensive unit plan is suitable for National 4 and 5 level (Scotland) and KS 4 (England). It takes into account the experiences and outcomes of the National 4 and 5 courses and it provides pupils with experiences which will embed the skills that they require for both National 4 and 5.
Think_About_It
Racism: Group Work lesson with an assessment

Racism: Group Work lesson with an assessment

To study racism over time which includes 5 different tasks on discrimination for group work ( CARJ, MLK, KKK, prejudice and discrimination and teachings from the Bible and the Qur'an). Resource also includes a differentiated assessment question.
FaithLeesHope
Revision Book AQA B Religious Studies - Religion and Life Issues

Revision Book AQA B Religious Studies - Religion and Life Issues

This is a revision book for the AQA B Unit 2 Religion and Life Issues topic at GCSE. This detailed book contains all that is required in the specification, including religious teachings and beliefs on all aspects. Information is laid out in a clear manner, so revision is optimized. This revision book can also be used for other exam broads such as EdExcel, OCR and WJEC as it contains overlapping topics.
chapmanhau
Theories of punishment

Theories of punishment

Intro the ideas of reform, protection, deterrence and retribution. Contains a game as a starter which encourages students to reflect on a variety of crimes, the punishments administered and why as well as a main task that requires them to think of the logic and theory behind different theories of punishment along with their strengths and weaknesses. Links to edexcel syllabus
loustinch
Rights and Responsibilities- Whole topic- GCSE

Rights and Responsibilities- Whole topic- GCSE

Hi all, Here is my selection of lessons on the topic of rights and responsibilities from the edexcel exam board. They are all my lessons and are ready to be taught by the teacher. All have a art based theme throughout and are visually quite nice (I would say!). All are exam guided with exam questions throughout. This should build students in order to achieve the best grades. Enjoy!
webb-jack
Asylum Seekers

Asylum Seekers

I've taught this lesson several times with Yr 9, and they have loved it! The aim is enable students to apply the situation of seeking asylum and the complexity of societies opinions. It included the video clip, question sheets, and all differentiated resources for all tasks.
georgeokeefe
Revision Book AQA B Religious Studies - Religion and Morality

Revision Book AQA B Religious Studies - Religion and Morality

This is a revision book for the AQA B Unit 3 Religion and Morality topic at GCSE. This detailed book contains all that is required in the specification, including religious teachings and beliefs on all aspects. Information is laid out in a clear manner, so revision is optimized. This revision book can also be used for other exam broads such as EdExcel, OCR and WJEC as it contains overlapping topics.
chapmanhau