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Zoroastrianism
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Zoroastrianism

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A scheme of work designed to inform students about other beliefs and traditions outside of the six major religions we are required to teach. The students loved it and found the lessons engaging and incredibly interesting. There are seven lessons in total - six taught lessons and an optional computer research lesson. This is perfect if you're running out of ideas in summer term or as an interesting addition to your scheme of work. All lessons are ready to teach and come with all resources. Lesson 1 - Jainism Lesson 2 - Zoroastrianism Lesson 3 - Candomblé Lesson 4 - Shinto Lesson 5 - Asatru Lesson 6 - Bahai
Prejudice and Discrimination Introduction
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Prejudice and Discrimination Introduction

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This lesson was created as an introduction to the prejudice and discrimination unit of work. It incorporates lots of activities such as discussion, card sorting and independent study based on the provided resources. The lesson is fully resourced and ready to teach.
Jainism
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Jainism

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A scheme of work designed to inform students about other beliefs and traditions outside of the six major religions we are required to teach. The students loved it and found the lessons engaging and incredibly interesting. There are seven lessons in total - six taught lessons and an optional computer research lesson. This is perfect if you're running out of ideas in summer term or as an interesting addition to your scheme of work. All lessons are ready to teach and come with all resources. Lesson 1 - Jainism Lesson 2 - Zoroastrianism Lesson 3 - Candomblé Lesson 4 - Shinto Lesson 5 - Asatru Lesson 6 - Bahai
AQA New Islam Spec Lesson 5 - Predestination and Human Freedom
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AQA New Islam Spec Lesson 5 - Predestination and Human Freedom

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A lesson focused on predestination, which considers in detail the impact of having our choices decided for us. Students will look at the views of both Sunni and Shi'a on predestination before writing a short prime ministerial speech about how much freedom they would allow their citizens, before having a small election. They will then consider whether predestination means we have no freedom in a written format. The lesson is fully resourced and ready to teach.
Racism (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 4)
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Racism (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 4)

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This lesson on racism looks in depth at the concept of Racism and whether it is a construct or an innate idea. It moves on to look at some famous examples of racism and why it happens. Further, it looks at comedy (East is East) as a promoter of stereotypes and leads with the question "when does a joke stop being funny?" Finally, it looks at how racism links to religion.
Bahai
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Bahai

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A scheme of work designed to inform students about other beliefs and traditions outside of the six major religions we are required to teach. The students loved it and found the lessons engaging and incredibly interesting. There are seven lessons in total - six taught lessons and an optional computer research lesson. This is perfect if you're running out of ideas in summer term or as an interesting addition to your scheme of work. All lessons are ready to teach and come with all resources. Lesson 1 - Jainism Lesson 2 - Zoroastrianism Lesson 3 - Candomblé Lesson 4 - Shinto Lesson 5 - Asatru Lesson 6 - Bahai
Malcolm X: Beliefs and Death (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 2)
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Malcolm X: Beliefs and Death (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 2)

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This is a lesson which looks in to the different periods of the life of Malcolm X, from his traumatic childhood to his conversion to Islam and his new found rhetoric. Students look in to the meaning of a name and whether this can have an impact on how we perceive a person or concept, before looking in depth at Malcolm X's life and his assassination. The lesson is ready to teach and comes with all resources.
New AS Ethics AQA Spec - Aristotle and Virtue Ethics
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New AS Ethics AQA Spec - Aristotle and Virtue Ethics

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Two lessons which cover the theory of Virtue Ethics with particular reference to Aristotle as the new spec demands. There are tasks for students to complete throughout, though it is expected that students will take notes as well. The lessons also incorporate written exam questions in order to ensure they are familiar with the structure and demands of the new specification, as well as to test the knowledge that students have learned from this topic. The pack includes wider reading.
Martin Luther King (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 3)
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Martin Luther King (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 3)

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This lesson on Martin Luther King looks briefly at Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King's contribution to the bus boycott. It moves on to his 'I have a dream speech' before looking at how faith impacted his life. There is lots of content in this lesson and the faith aspect of the lesson could be easily deleted to make the lesson more historically focused, or left to link to Religious Studies. The lesson is ready to teach with activities and discussion built in to the lesson.
Shinto
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Shinto

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A scheme of work designed to inform students about other beliefs and traditions outside of the six major religions we are required to teach. The students loved it and found the lessons engaging and incredibly interesting. There are seven lessons in total - six taught lessons and an optional computer research lesson. This is perfect if you're running out of ideas in summer term or as an interesting addition to your scheme of work. All lessons are ready to teach and come with all resources. Lesson 1 - Jainism Lesson 2 - Zoroastrianism Lesson 3 - Candomblé Lesson 4 - Shinto Lesson 5 - Asatru Lesson 6 - Bahai
Gangs (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 5)
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Gangs (Prejudice and Discrimination Lesson 5)

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This lesson looks at the concept of a gang and why it may be an attractive prospect for some. It proceeds to look at facts and statistics about gangs, then a case study of Rhys Jones. A video task is included which looks at gangs in london before student come up with potential solutions or campaigns to make gangs a less attractive prospect to young people in the UK. The lesson is ready to teach with all activities and sheets included.
Obscure Religions Research Lesson
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Obscure Religions Research Lesson

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A scheme of work designed to inform students about other beliefs and traditions outside of the six major religions we are required to teach. The students loved it and found the lessons engaging and incredibly interesting. There are seven lessons in total - six taught lessons and an optional computer research lesson. This is perfect if you're running out of ideas in summer term or as an interesting addition to your scheme of work. All lessons are ready to teach and come with all resources. Lesson 1 - Jainism Lesson 2 - Zoroastrianism Lesson 3 - Candomblé Lesson 4 - Shinto Lesson 5 - Asatru Lesson 6 - Bahai Lesson 7 - Computer Research - Optional
Earthquakes and Volcanoes Scheme of Work
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Earthquakes and Volcanoes Scheme of Work

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An in-depth scheme of work looking at Earthquakes and Volcanoes around the world, including the causes of both and lots of case studies. This scheme of work was designed for use with Year 7 or 8. Lesson 1 - Inside the Earth Lesson 2 - Plate Boundaries Lesson 3 - Distribution of Earthquakes and Volcanoes Lesson 4 - What are Volcanoes? Lesson 6 - 10 Things you didn't know about Volcanoes? Lesson 7 - Earthquakes Lesson 8 - Project (I gave students three 50 minute lessons but use judgement for your specific groups) Lesson 9 - Presentations
New AQA Christianity Spec Lesson 1 - The Nature of God
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New AQA Christianity Spec Lesson 1 - The Nature of God

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The first lesson in the new specification getting students to think about ideas Christians have about God and how these qualities impact upon the lives of Christians. The lesson also briefly delves in to the problem of evil and how this represents a challenge to the supposed nature of God. The lesson is fully resourced and ready to teach.
AQA New Spec Christianity Lesson 2 - The Nature of God (2)
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AQA New Spec Christianity Lesson 2 - The Nature of God (2)

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The second lesson from the AQA New Specification on the nature of God. This lesson is focused on the Trinity and the three roles of God. It involves an analysis of each role of God, before looking at the Nicene Creed and the qualities that this suggests about God. The lesson is fully resourced and ready to teach.
New AQA Islam Spec Lesson 1 - The Six Articles of Faith in Sunni Islam
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New AQA Islam Spec Lesson 1 - The Six Articles of Faith in Sunni Islam

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The first lesson of the new Islam specification focusing on the Six Articles. The lesson begins by drawing on some past knowledge of religion before looking at the distinction between Sunni and Shia. Students ill then look in depth at the Six Articles and how they impact upon the life of Muslims. The lesson is fully resourced and ready to teach.
New AQA Christianity Spec Lesson 7 - Resurrection
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New AQA Christianity Spec Lesson 7 - Resurrection

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A lesson focusing on the resurrection which I've put up for free as I have pretty much just rehashed the case of the missing body mystery lesson with a few more discussion points before it. I've also included the test I'm doing next week with my lot and a breakdown of what they need to revise in case they are useful to anyone. Enjoy! Credit to terriannisis19 for the download. Though I'm aware there are many missing body mysteries on TES.