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Theory of Intelligent Design Lapbook Journal

Theory of Intelligent Design Lapbook Journal

If a man is walking through the woods and finds a perfectly-functioning pocket watch lying on a stump, does he assume that the random forces of nature placed all of the parts together in exactly the right places to form a sophisticated time-piece, or does he assume that a clock-maker has passed that way before? This question, posed by natural theologian William Paley circa 1802, has led to the modern study of intelligent design. What is the study of intelligent design? Where can a student find resources to understand this subject? This Lapbook Journal combines journaling with Lapbooking to help your student create a notebook that shows a true understanding of this subject. Written by a homeschool mother, it includes an extensive Study Guide on the most up-to-date research, as well as a journaling section and a section to make optional Lapbook pages. Each section includes suggested resources for further study, and there are links to videos and websites to further enhance learning. Use for a few weeks to get a general overview of the study of intelligent design, or spend 50 class hours completing all sections and some suggested further resources for a one-half high school credit in Science. This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions to create your own Lapbook Journal. This Lapbook was designed for 6th-12th grade students, but younger students may enjoy the challenge as well. Please also check out our Theory of Intelligent Design Lapbook, designed for K-8th grade students. BOTH of these products use the SAME Study Guide so that your entire family may study this fascinating subject together.
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Nature of God - Christianity

Nature of God - Christianity

GCSE lesson introducing Christian beliefs about the nature of God. Designed for AQA Spec A. Lesson covers monotheism and God as omnipotent, omniscient, omni-present, benevolent and just. Also considers the problem of evil in the context of Christian beliefs about the nature of God. Practise exam-style questions included for written response. Notes provided with each slide and worksheet included for student notes and written activities.
andyredsfan72
Edexcel: 1.3.3 The Magisterium

Edexcel: 1.3.3 The Magisterium

Edexcel Religious Studies Spec A Paper 1: Catholic Christianity 1.3: Sources of Wisdom and Authority 1.3.3: The Magisterium Whole lesson including; Differentiated learning objectives accompanying worksheet video clip to support
Jessicanorth
Edexcel Catholic Christianity: 1.3.2 Interpretation of the Bible

Edexcel Catholic Christianity: 1.3.2 Interpretation of the Bible

Edexcel Religious Studies Spec A Catholic Christianity Paper 1: Catholic Christianity 1.3: Sources of Wisdom and Authority 1.3.2: Interpretation of the Bible Full lesson including; accompanying worksheets (two abilities- differentiation) differentiated lesson objectives divergent Christian views
Jessicanorth
AQA GCSE 9-1 Christian Beliefs Revision Work Booklet

AQA GCSE 9-1 Christian Beliefs Revision Work Booklet

A comprehensive resource covering the whole AQA Christian Beliefs unit for GCSE for students to complete. Ideal also as homework, a holiday task or to catch up students who are falling behind. Links directly to new AQA GCSE specification (containing link to exam technique) though could be easily adapted for all other exam boards.
sherriedocherty
The Holocaust: The Ghettos

The Holocaust: The Ghettos

This lesson combines real photographs of the Ghettos and text from Nazi memoranda about what the Ghettos were and where it fit into the 'final solution.' It also includes 4 edited clips of the film the pianist which are very moving, and at times hard to watch, which have learning questions included which can be paused on. The film is a 15, but any violence has been edited out if it was felt to be too much for KS3. Please do watch the clips first, however, just to make sure you feel your students won't be overly distressed. The clips have to be watched in VLC, not media player, and are a little quiet, but are really very powerful ways for students to empathise with what life was like in the Ghettos. Learning questions include: What were the ghettos? What was life like in the ghettos? Why might it have been difficult to keep believing in God as a Jewish person in the Ghettos? There is a homework included, as are extension activities.
DavidFew
What it is to be a Christian

What it is to be a Christian

This lesson is aimed at Y5/6 in Catholic schools and examines what it is to be a Christian whilst also being cross-curricular by covering what modal verbs are in English.
tokyoboy
'Life after death doesn't make sense in the modern world'.Edexcel 9-1 Beliefs in Action Christianity

'Life after death doesn't make sense in the modern world'.Edexcel 9-1 Beliefs in Action Christianity

This lesson is for the specification of BELIEFS IN ACTION - EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) RELIGIOUS STUDIES B. Topic = MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH with a focus on CHRISTIANITY. This lesson is catered to suit all abilities and learning styles that can easily be adapted to suit. The title is an exam question where students will answer it in exam conditions at the end of a lesson for a good plenary. These two lessons focus on why Christians believe in life after death. There is good scope for adaptation to suit individual classes. Students have good exam practice whilst learning the exam content in differing ways.
sam_512
RE- What is a miracle? (Discover RE- Y3 Christianity)

RE- What is a miracle? (Discover RE- Y3 Christianity)

This lesson is focuses on looking at the question, 'Did Jesus really perform miracles?' The detailed notebook contains the story of a poorly bear and raises the question- did bear get better because of a miracle? This then leads on to the story of Jesus healing the blind man and discussing whether this was a miracle or not. It also has an activity for the chn to complete in their books.
nwheatley
Year 9 Philosophy

Year 9 Philosophy

A sequence of lessons aimed at Year 9 students considering the nature of God, strengths and weaknesses of arguments for God' existence, The problem of evil and responses to it, Atheism and Humanism.
singingshark
Judaism Revision

Judaism Revision

A bundle of last minute Judaism Rites of Passage Revisionrevision resources. We hope that you enjoy this resource! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite's Shop click the'Follow this Author button' . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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