Buddhism- Dharma Day pp and task

Buddhism- Dharma Day pp and task

A pp involving a chance to talk about what they have learnt and introducing Dharma Day. Task at the end to make an origami flower- an offering Buddhists may make on Dharma Day to temples. Suitable for KS1 and KS2
annalieselaw
World Religion Vocabulary Booklets

World Religion Vocabulary Booklets

6 vocabulary booklets comprising of the the 6 major world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Sikhism, Islam and Judaism. Each one should be printed/photocopied double-sided and folded concertina style to create a booklet. The booklets are useful to send home with children before the start of the academic year/term/topic or given to new children or those struggling with vocabulary etc.
TeacherTreats
Buddhism Vocabulary Booklet

Buddhism Vocabulary Booklet

Print/photocopy double-sided and fold concertina style (the children can do this) to create a booklet. Booklet includes a list of topic words, space to copy them out, anagrams to unscramble, missing letters to complete and a space for children to choose another method to help them become familiar with the vocabulary.
TeacherTreats
OCR Alevel Religious Studies Buddhism 2018 New A-level Full detailed notes

OCR Alevel Religious Studies Buddhism 2018 New A-level Full detailed notes

OCR New 2018 onwards Buddhism Full detailed notes on the entirety of the OCR religious studies Buddhism Alevel course. Complete notes linking directly to the OCR specification, including scholars. Topics include: 1 The Buddha *(incl Buddhas life and intellectual context) 2 Taking Refuge 3 Samsara (incl 6 realms , 3 fires and Dependent origination) 4 3 Marks of existence 5 4 Noble Truths 6 Meditation (incl Vipassana and Samatha, personalised practice and the Jhanas) 7 The development of Mahayana Buddhism (incl Upaya, differenes between Budhisattva and Arhat and the Trikaya) 8 Madyamaka and Prajnaparamita 9 Buddhism in the Far East 10 Buddhism in the West 11 Engaged Buddhism and Activism 12 Buddhism and Gender
LaurenFry
Religious Explanations for Suffering

Religious Explanations for Suffering

Year 10 GSCE Evil and Suffering Unit. WALT: Investigate the religious explanations for suffering and explain to what extent these explanations solve the problem of suffering WILF: All will be able to describe at least 2 religious perspectives on suffering With more thought you will explain what the story of job teaches about suffering Evaluate how far these religious perspectives solve the problem of suffering I have attached a lesson overview explaining how I delivered the lesson. Any questions/queries please feel free to message. Thanks
Qasim87
RE : Religious Education Display

RE : Religious Education Display

RE : Religious Education Display Information… We have included two different sized booklets for printing to suit your display needs. It is up to you which one you choose. There are a variety of options when creating your religion street we have included a digital picture of how it looks set up as a street scene. Some of the sign posts and billboards have been left blank for you to insert your ow information. Our plan is for pupils to use this as a learning wall whereby they will add bits of information to it as the year progresses. We will also be adding various bits of information to the billboards as the year progresses based on the topic of study. Included: 6 Major religious Buildings Sign Posts Key Info Mock Up Display Options for Pupil Input Fun and Interactive We would love a review (if you have time) :-) We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TeachElite”>TeachElite’s Shop</a> click the’Follow this Author button’ . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. <br /> <br /> You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE<br /> and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L7 – Divorce and re-marriage

New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L7 – Divorce and re-marriage

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the seventh in a series of lessons that guide students through: ‘Theme B: Religion and Families unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in exercise books Students will analyse statistics on divorce in the UK and will comment on the reasons why people divorce and if the law on divorce in this country is correct Students will research two different teachings on divorce from Christianity and will record teachings and arguments that support each viewpoint on divorce Students will evaluate each viewpoint on divorce in preparation for answering a 12 mark question and will consolidate our learning from this lesson by answering some learning check knowledge questions
njscarlet
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L6 - Religious attitudes - same-sex marriage

New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L6 - Religious attitudes - same-sex marriage

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the sixth in a series of lessons that guide students through: ‘Theme B: Religion and Families unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in your exercise books Students will be introduced to Christian and Buddhist teachings on same sex marriage and homosexuality and will read through some information on these religious teachings and look to plan for a 12 mark question Students will then write out a conclusion to the 12 mark question Students will then read through a model answer and highlight the three arguments for each side and look to improve the conclusions Students will consolidate learning from today’s lesson by answering a 5 mark question and will complete this answer in exercise books
njscarlet
RE - Theme D: Peace and Conflict - WMDs

RE - Theme D: Peace and Conflict - WMDs

This lesson introduces pupils to the concept of WMDs. The lesson reviews Agent Orange and Hiroshima as case studies of WMDs for pupils to reflect and empathise with. Deterrence is define alongside nuclear deterrence and MAD. This lesson includes: Differentiated written tasks. Discussion and debate. Contextual learning of a modern examples. SMSC Skills. Reflective and Empathy Developing tasks. Creative Research task. Video Analysis. -Research and Summarising skills. Exam Board - AQA Spec A This lesson follows the content recommendations made by AQA. As a dedicated professional I take a lot of pride in the work I create, most of which I have offered on TES free of charge. My free lessons and resources come mostly with 4.5+ star ratings and to be sure of their quality you’re welcome to download them. I offer my charged lessons at the minimum amount as I do not believe in extorting my peers but at the same time I am a professional looking to make ends meet.
CharlesHaydnSlater
SPECIAL PLACES PILGRIMAGE UNIT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION RE KS3

SPECIAL PLACES PILGRIMAGE UNIT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION RE KS3

This is quite a large unit - each lesson lasts at least an hour - some lessons last more. There are at least 7 lessons here - but when I taught it, it stretched out longer than that. You are paying for 33 resources in total. The lessons focus on the point of pilgrimage and towards the end, there is some discussion about whether all pilgrimage is religious. It focuses on a mix of world religions deliberately because I wanted to include small parts of Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism that I felt were lacking in my Year 7 curriculum. However, Christianity, Judaism and Islam also feature quite heavily. I used this with Year 7 but it could work with Year 8 as an introduction task - or even as a “nurture” class project and would also be perfect for anyone who home educates. There is a mix of tasks including group work, extended pieces of writing, research tasks, assessment questions and peer/self assessments - as well as a final assessment. My students really enjoyed it. There is also a differentiation booklet of resources for the less able which can be broken down if you would rather. There are also tasks for “fast finishers” and everything is supported with sentence starters and word frames, as well as measurable success criteria for most of the bigger tasks. The unit looks at Lourdes, Mecca, 3 sites in India, Jerusalem and a non religious pilgrimage study of the film “Africa United”. There is homework included in the form of a differentiation “takeaway” homework project. You might have to buy that DVD - it cost me less that £2 on Amazon. There is also a baseline test and hyper links to relevant clips. You could literally download this and be ready to teach in minutes. Enjoy. :)
thisyearslove
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L3 – Religious attitudes towards sexual relations

New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L3 – Religious attitudes towards sexual relations

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the third in a series of lessons that guide students through: ‘Theme B: Religion and Families unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in exercise books Students will complete a quick quiz based on research from the National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles and will write down your answers and raise any relevant discussion points Students will analyse and evaluate Christian and Buddhist teachings on sex before and outside of marriage and will read through some quotes from the Book of Solomon Students will write a paragraph to summarise Christians attitudes and look to evaluate these teachings Students will write a paragraph to summarise Buddhist attitudes and look to evaluate these teachings Students will finish by using learning from this lesson to answer a 5 mark exam question and will answer this question in exercise book
njscarlet
World Religions : World Religions KS3

World Religions : World Religions KS3

11x fully resourced KS3 lessons which can be used as an whole ‘Introduction to World Religions’ unit. It includes all of the 6 largest World Religions and also a couple of less mainstream popular new religious movements. The lessons on festivals, pilgrimage and the end of term fun lesson focus on the 6 main world religions. Contains: 11x PPs, dozens of worksheets, fully differentiated (3 or 4 levels each lesson, every task), clip links, detailed PowerPoints with easy to follow instructions. All the lessons are also editable, so easy to amend to your classes should you wish to. I use all these lessons myself as Head of RE and really hope your students enjoy them as much as mine do. You can find many more inexpensive and free RE resources at my shop: MORE RE RESOURCES
EC_Resources
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L2 – A focus on contraception

New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L2 – A focus on contraception

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the second in a series of lessons that guide students through: ‘Theme B: Religion and Families unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in your exercise books Students will discuss the reasons why people support the use of contraception and will list down the four reasons why the use of contraception is widely accepted Students will analyse the differences between artificial and natural contraception and will identify some examples of each and discuss why some religious people will be against artificial contraception Students will plan for some exam questions on the different arguments on contraception and will refer to the DREARER X 3 = C formula and pan 3 reasons why religious people will be against contraception and three reasons why religious people will support the use of contraception Students will plan for an evaluative conclusion too Students will finish with a summary of learning in today’s lesson and will answer four 2 mark questions on our learning today
njscarlet
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L1 – Sexual Relationships

New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L1 – Sexual Relationships

This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the first in a series of lessons that guide students through: ‘Theme B: Religion and Families unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in exercise books Students will be introduced to the differing attitudes of sex over the years and will consider the different changing attitudes in the UK towards sex Students will explore the different key terms in this topic: Religion and Family and will give a definition of the term: Age of consent – and consider what the age of consent should be; give a definition of the term: Celibacy – and consider whether this is a healthy way to life a life or not; give a definition of the term: Adultery – and consider whether it is a terrible thing to do; and will give a definition of the term: Heterosexuality/homosexuality/B—sexuality Students will then summarise learning by answering 6 one mark multiple choice questions on the terms learnt about in this lesson and will write down the answers in your exercise books
njscarlet
Medical Ethics: Religious Studies and Ethics

Medical Ethics: Religious Studies and Ethics

A bundle of 8 lessons which includes: embryology, IVF, surrogacy, cloning, transplants and transfusions and human experimentation. these include case studies, embedded videos, youtube links, articles, current updated statistics and a variety of activities for students to get stuck into. This also includes some extenstion activities, some key word tasks and a revision session to really embed your students learning. 50% reduction on indivual lessons.
DavidFew
Medical Ethics 6: Cloning (with cover lesson)

Medical Ethics 6: Cloning (with cover lesson)

This lesson has a hotseat starter which covers many key terms from Medical ethics (i.e. sanctity of life) as well as an interactive treasure hunt plenary for those of you with the luxury of smart boards. Learning Questions include: What is Cloning? What are the different kinds of cloning? What are religious responses to it? Extension: What quotes do you know that could apply to this topic and how? There is also a roleplay opportunity included here, as well as a variety of youtube links and a cover lesson linked to the sixth day which can be rented or bought on youtube (It’s no gattaca, but has some interesting ethical issues raised and debated in there). Differentiated by outcome, with extension task included with the learning questions.
DavidFew
Medical Ethics 4: Transplants and Transfusions

Medical Ethics 4: Transplants and Transfusions

This comprehensive lesson exploring the facts, benefits and religious responses to organ transplants and blood transfusions will need trimming to fit in one hour. There are plenty of case studies, youtube clips, embedded short videos about ‘cellular memory’, and comparative religious arguments from the six major religions. Activities are differentiated by outcome, with discussion or learning pyramid plenaries available. Went all out on this one. Learning Objectives: To know the possible benefits about organ transplants. To know some religious attitudes to blood transfusions and organ transplants. To evaluate and compare religious attitudes to medical ethics. It also includes a particularly close look at Jehovah’s witnesses opinions on blood transfusions.
DavidFew
AQA Buddhism Knowledge Organisers Year 1 - Revision RE A Level

AQA Buddhism Knowledge Organisers Year 1 - Revision RE A Level

Everything students need to know for Year 1 content for Buddhism, in handy booklet form. All topics have corresponding practise questions and key words/quotes where necessary. I print these A4 and give them to my students as a basis for their own revision - excellent in conjunction with my Year 1 Buddhism revision notes (see my shop for more AQA RE Buddhism resources).
RuthMunday
Religious Festivals Homework Project

Religious Festivals Homework Project

A booklet which was set as homework to be completed by Year 7s whilst they were studying a scheme of work on religious festivals. Contains both word and PDF versions. That scheme of work can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/festivals-11368188
EC_Resources
Religious Education Belief in Action KS2 What does Religion mean to me? Scheme Unit of work

Religious Education Belief in Action KS2 What does Religion mean to me? Scheme Unit of work

This unit includes all you need to teach for around a term to KS2. There are lesson power points with back up activities, sheets, discussion points, resources, assessments etc. There is an assessment and a scheme of work to go with the powerpoint too. Covers rules, who is my neighbour/Good Samaritan, Sermon on the Mount, Mother Teresa. Jewish Shema, Sikh 5 Ks, Buddhist 5 precepts, 5 Pillars of Islam and life of St Paul in the New Testament (these are only story references with pages linked to books we have in school so you would need to develop this slide further if you do not have children’s Bibles to read from). I will build on this next year but we had a long term so I added them in to keep me going… The PPT has 10 lessons and 63 slides with activities. You can pretty much walk into the room and teach from it, without further resources. Ideal if RS cover teacher or non-specialist too. I have developed a whole unit work from Year 5 up to Year 8 which I am now uploading. These have taken me hundreds of hours so I hope this saves you lots of time. Happy Sunday!
rooneys
Religious Studies RE Year 8 or 9 Suffering & Buddhism & Christianity

Religious Studies RE Year 8 or 9 Suffering & Buddhism & Christianity

This unit includes all you need to teach for 10 sessions or around a term to KS3. There are lesson power points with back up activities, sheets, discussion points, resources etc. There is an assessment page and key word spellings for pupils too. There is a scheme of work to go with the powerpoint too. I have also written a three hour Flip Learning Project which substitutes some of the lessons as additional extra. I have developed a whole unit work from Year 5 up to Year 8 which I am now uploading. It’s all taken me hundreds of hours so I hope this saves you lots of time. Happy Sunday!
rooneys
Dialogue between Buddhism and Ethics lesson 3 - other ethical issues  (AQA A Level RE)

Dialogue between Buddhism and Ethics lesson 3 - other ethical issues (AQA A Level RE)

A 14 page booklet, written in the style of a text book, to support students in creating a dialogue between Buddhism and ethical issues on the specification. Buddhist ethics are compared and contrasted with these views, with space for students to make their own dialogues.Issues discussed are: Theft lying; marriage; homosexuality transgender issues; genetic engineering. wealth, tolerance and freedom of religious expression. A supporting powerpoint is attached to help students think about structuring exam questions. this is designed with the AQA dialogues paper 2A in mind, but could be adapted for other specs with synoptic papers.
RuthMunday
Contraception and Abortion: Different religious views, arguments and  conseqences.

Contraception and Abortion: Different religious views, arguments and conseqences.

This resource is made for GCSE Religious studies. It explains contraception and abortion.It also explains the differing religious views on the subject. It looks at the Christian belief on the subject and the argument for and against from different churches, the Buddist view on the subject and the impact and consequences of abortion. It also explains the meaning of contraception and its effect.
geo_pal2000
Dialogue between Buddhism and Ethics Lesson 1 - RE A Level AQA - normative ethical theories

Dialogue between Buddhism and Ethics Lesson 1 - RE A Level AQA - normative ethical theories

A 12 page booklet (written in the style of a textbook) designed to help students understand all the content that could be considered when comparing Buddhist ethics with teleology, deontology and character-based methods of making moral decisions. The booklet is designed to reference A01 and A02 content to help students understand what they should be explaining and what they should be evaluating. To help students use the booklet properly there is an attached lesson with possible exam questions and a blank knowledge organiser to help them engage with the booklet content.
RuthMunday
Dialogue between Buddhism and Philosophy Lesson 2 (AQA RE A Level) - faith and reason

Dialogue between Buddhism and Philosophy Lesson 2 (AQA RE A Level) - faith and reason

A double lesson focusing on the second half of Buddhism and Dialogues content (AQA Paper 2a part 2 - RE A Level) Dialogue with Buddhism and religious experience, miracles, science and the truth claims of other religions, with a booklet i have made covering all of this A01 and A02 content and practise questions. Lesson looking at the value of proof for faith and the “Belief in”/“Belief that” debate.
RuthMunday
RE GCSE AQA : Key concepts and teachings revision booklets for themes Paper 2

RE GCSE AQA : Key concepts and teachings revision booklets for themes Paper 2

This bundle includes 4 booklets which each have the key concepts, key terms and key teachings for Themes B, D, E and F. They also include details for contrasting views on the 3 areas for each theme to prepare for the contrasting views question 3 on the exam paper. I have included a range of teachings from different faiths for the students to learn and contrast. They make ideal revision resources as they condense the whole unit into a handy four page booklet. In addition, each booklet covers a different exam question tutorial for the longer questions to give students an easy step by step guide for how to ace the questions. I have also included a sheet that covers which contrasting areas are covered for each theme and also universal teachings from Christianity, Buddhism and Judaism. As previously mentioned, currently theme A and C are not included as I haven’t yet covered them but will add in asap. Please let me know if it is urgently required.
Nc55evans
RE Year 11 Revision Bundle

RE Year 11 Revision Bundle

9 Lesson Revision Bundle for Paper 1 and Paper 2 for the New AQA Spec A RE course. Save 38% on combined price of all individual resources. Lessons focus on revising key concepts and applying quotes to Paper 1 and Paper 2 topics. All worksheets and hand-outs are included, as are task instructions, differentiation (with emphasis on HA students), WALT and WILF’s, and homework tasks.
TomStone93
Buddhism essay on Anicca and Emptiness

Buddhism essay on Anicca and Emptiness

Useful for the AQA Religious Studies Unit 2: Buddhism specification -Detailed essay on the concept of Anicca; the development of that idea in the Mahayana doctrine of emptiness
76521
Examine the key reasons why Buddhists meditate

Examine the key reasons why Buddhists meditate

Notes for students on meditation in Buddhism in an essay format. Focuses a little more on Theravada than Mahayana. A01 and 2 are included. All material is drawn from major text books. Hope this is useful and please leave feedback so I can address any issues.
BruceClements
Dialogue Between Buddhism and Philosophy Lesson 1 - Reason and Coherence (AQA A Level)

Dialogue Between Buddhism and Philosophy Lesson 1 - Reason and Coherence (AQA A Level)

A lesson that utilises a specially-created revision booklet for AQA RE A Level - 2A dialogues, including essay plans and structures to help students engage with the content. Teachings on - ultimate reality self, death and afterlife sources of wisdom and authority Analysis questions: How far the belief is reasonable – that is based on reason and/or consistent with reason. How meaningful the statements of faith are, and for whom. How coherent the beliefs are, and how consistent with other beliefs within the belief system.
RuthMunday
Buddhism: The Dharma Revision Mats

Buddhism: The Dharma Revision Mats

This is a set of three structured revision mats/worksheets for the GCSE Buddhism topic of the Dharma. It is for the Eduqas board, but could be used/adapted for other boards. There are sheets for the subtopics of Dependent Origination, Anicca, Anatta, and Dukkha. The sheets are structured to support students in recalling and consolidating the knowledge and skills required to answer “define”, “describe”, “explain”, and “discuss” exam questions. They could also be used as lesson worksheets when first teaching these topics.
pablo_75