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Malaikah  - PPT lesson on the Muslim view of Angels

Malaikah - PPT lesson on the Muslim view of Angels

For teachers of GCSE Religious Studies. This covers the nature and importance of angels in Islam and individual characteristics of those named in the Qur’an. Each are accompanied with tasks, (including a thought-provoking starter/discussion point and plenary), to ensure that students get all the important bits written up in their text books. To simplify or save time if required, there is also a worksheet included. In other words, everything students need to know accordingly to the GCSE specification.
mr.payne
Christianity - Discipleship in the New Testament

Christianity - Discipleship in the New Testament

This is a PowerPoint Presentation and worksheet that can be used for KS3 and KS4 or Junior and Leaving Cert classes. It can be used in both a denominational and non-denominational classroom context. It can be used as part of a module on Christianity. The PPT contains a basic introduction to the idea of discipleship in the New Testament. The Presentation also includes some discussion and writing tasks for the students to do. Learning objectives are stated at the start of the presentation. There is also a PDF worksheet included which includes extra information on discipleship and the same exercises as in the PPT.
katiemurphy111
What does Malala believe?

What does Malala believe?

A lesson I used for an observations with year 7. It discusses the importance of education for girls and how this links to Muslim beliefs about education and gaining kowledge. Tasks include - annotating Qur’an quotes, ordering Malala’s life events and discussing whether or not education should be included in the 5 Pillars of Islam. There is an assessment and grading grid at the end.
Cassylj24
Eduqas A level model essay on the Trinity (AO1 AO2)

Eduqas A level model essay on the Trinity (AO1 AO2)

This is a modelled answer on the Trinity with a task for the following question for Eduqas Spec: a) Examine the origin and significance of the Trinity (20) b) ‘The Trinity is not necessary to understand God.’ Evaluate this statement (30)
lazz_mac
Kosher Food laws

Kosher Food laws

Created for Edexcel spec B Kosher food laws Video clips Starter activities Class discussion points Baseline assessment Sources of wisdom and authority
joanna_lee700
An Introduction to the History of Islam

An Introduction to the History of Islam

This bundle consists of three different presentations on: The early life of Muhammad. The development of Islam. The spread of Islam. Each resource consists of a PowerPoint Presentation that uses bright attractive colours and pictures throughout. At the end of each presentation there is a questions section that can either be used for orally or for written work at the end of the lesson. Additionally each presentation uses ‘thought bubbles’ throughout to highlight key questions and points of interest.
katiemurphy111
Places of Worship

Places of Worship

A lesson on the places of worship with a focus on the Mosque as well as the Catholic Church. There is extra information in the notes section for teachers to refer to and videos that the teacher can show students - feel free to tweak to your liking!
flyporsh
Christianity - Historical sources for Jesus

Christianity - Historical sources for Jesus

This is a presentation about the historical sources about the life and death of Jesus. It covers the meaning of different kinds of historical sources (primary and secondary) as well as contemporaneous historical sources from the time of Jesus. This is suitable for one full lesson period. Learning objectives are included at the start of the presentation. This lesson can be used for KS3 or KS4 or Junior and Leaving Certificate in either a denominational or non-denominational classroom setting.
katiemurphy111
Islam - The Spread of Islam

Islam - The Spread of Islam

This is a presentation about the spread of Islam after the death of Muhammad. It covers from the time of his death until the last of the Four Rightly-Guided Caliphs. This is suitable for one full lesson period. Learning objectives are included at the start of the presentation. It also includes questions at the end of the presentation that can either be completed orally by the students, or as a full writing activity. There are plenty of thought bubbles throughout the presentation for further discussion of important ideas with the class. This lesson can be used for KS3 or KS4 in either a denominational or non-denominational classroom setting.
katiemurphy111
Islam - The Development of Islam

Islam - The Development of Islam

This is a presentation about the development of Islam under the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad. It covers from the time of his revelation until his death in 632 CE. This is suitable for one full lesson period. Learning objectives are included at the start of the presentation. It also includes questions at the end of the presentation that can either be completed orally by the students, or as a full writing activity. There are plenty of thought bubbles throughout the presentation for further discussion of important ideas with the class. This lesson can be used for KS3 or KS4 in either a denominational or non-denominational classroom setting.
katiemurphy111
Islam  - Early Years of the Prophet Muhammad

Islam - Early Years of the Prophet Muhammad

This is a presentation about the early years of the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad. It covers Arabia from the time of his birth up until his revelation from God. This is suitable for one full lesson period. Learning objectives are included at the start of the presentation. It also includes questions at the end of the presentation that can either be completed orally by the students, or as a full writing activity. There are plenty of thought bubbles throughout the presentation for further discussion of important ideas with the class. This lesson can be used for KS3 or KS4 in either a denominational or non-denominational classroom setting.
katiemurphy111
Ramadan 2018 - with Widgit Symbols

Ramadan 2018 - with Widgit Symbols

Ramadan 2018 - with Widgit Symbols Resources for Islamic Holy month of Ramadan. 13 activities including a Ramadan calendar, story, flashcards word search and information on Ramadan. This resource was created in InPrint 3 Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.
Widgit_Software
GCSE Knowledge Organisers x4 - Islam

GCSE Knowledge Organisers x4 - Islam

These great revision tools enable pupils to revise content, key words and quotes. They can be used alongside a unit or in revision in the run up to the exam. All my students have given good feedback about using them. I often give them these sheets with missing boxes to test learning or ask them to form points and development from a quote. Works well with all abilities This bundle includes all of the topics for Religion, peace and conflict through Islam.
TeacherofThought
Inspirational People - Gandhi

Inspirational People - Gandhi

This is a PowerPoint Presentation of the life of Mahatma Gandhi. Suitable for KS3 or KS4. The package has enough content for 1 class period. It can be used as an example of an inspirational religious person. It can be easily used for both denominational and non-denominational classes. It includes both writing and discussion activities. There is also a worksheet building on the teachings of Gandhi and extra information.
katiemurphy111
AQA Philosophy Knowledge Organisers - RE A Level Year 1 &2

AQA Philosophy Knowledge Organisers - RE A Level Year 1 &2

Everything students need to know for philosophy of religion AQA content, Years 12 and 13, for the new AQA RE A Level. A01 explanation and A02 analysis, 2 sheets per topic. I print these in booklet form for students as a handy guide of all the essential knowledge, and get them to use it to revise from and check their practise essays. All KOs have practise questions based on the spec. Topics covered: The problem of evil. Arguments for the existence of God. Religious experiences & challenges of verifying. Religious language. Self, Death and the Afterlife, Miracles,
RuthMunday
Introduction to Shinto - Eastern Religions

Introduction to Shinto - Eastern Religions

Shinto is the native religion of Japan. This resource will give a broad overview of Shintoism in Japan. It discusses how Shinto is fundamentally different to religions that more commonly found in the West. There are questions throughout the presentation that can be used for normal lower order questioning during class, or as a written activity. The presentation contains lots of interesting pictures and bright colours to engage the students. It is suitable for KS3 and KS4. It can be used in both a denominational and non-denominational classroom. The worksheet is differentiated. The answers to the word search are at the end of the presentation.
katiemurphy111