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Resources for AQA GCSE (9-1) Religious Studies Specification A. If there is something you need, but you can't see it - message me, and I will see what I can do to fill that gap.
AQA GCSE (9-1) RS Spec A - Revision Materials - Theme D Religion, Peace and Conflict - Christianity

AQA GCSE (9-1) RS Spec A - Revision Materials - Theme D Religion, Peace and Conflict - Christianity

These are materials for revising Theme D from the perspective of Christianity. From the Specification, the Theme is split into a series of topics, each having its own sheet. Using the exam questions as published in Specimen materials as a start point, the topics are talked via these questions on the first side of the sheet. On the reverse of the sheet are examples of potential questions, using the language of the Specimen Materials. These can be used in class, as a revision aid, issued for homework to do some/all of the questions. They can form the basis of a lesson, and are useful for supporting non-specialists.
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AQA GCSE Religious Studies Spec A (9-1) - Islam Practices

AQA GCSE Religious Studies Spec A (9-1) - Islam Practices

These are a set of double sided sheets to over the Practices section of AQAs RS Spec A for Islam. The first side gives information about a topic within the Practices section, so that any question set is catered for. The second side gives some examples of potential questions - based on the Sample Assessment Materials (SAMS) which have been published by AQA. Examples of both are viewable. It is a revision tool as it specifically targets knowledge needed for exam questions. It provides a number of teachings for each topic area - as AQAs questions demand the use of teachings for a student to get high marks - which are explained. Written for Y10, it works with any KS4. Teachers could use it as the basis for preparing a lesson(s), issue for revision or as homework.
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WJEC EDUQAS GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION MATERIALS – SIKHISM BELIEFS

WJEC EDUQAS GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION MATERIALS – SIKHISM BELIEFS

This is a set of revision sheets for WJEC GCSE Religious Studies for Sikhism - Beliefs. It takes into account the question forms asked in the published SAMS, presenting material to support revision for the angles of questioning they pose. So it covers key terms, key and other teachings, general and specific religious information to do with each topic, and examples of diversity in belief/ practice. The reverse of each two-sided sheet provides guidance on answering each of the question types from the SAMS - so that students can become more familiar and so comfortable with the topics in exam terms. There are a number of sample questions for students to practise with in each format. The sheets can be used as a revision tool at home, as notes for class, to set homework from the questions on there. They also form a good basic level of knowledge for any teacher, and good examples of questions which can be explored with classes.
Charliebgood
AQA Specification A Christianity - Beliefs - Revision materials

AQA Specification A Christianity - Beliefs - Revision materials

Topic by topic (17 files in total), the Specification section for Christianity (Beliefs) is covered through the prism of the types of questions asked in the Sample Materials published by AQA. This means the students can have a set of notes covering the areas they need to know for the exam. These topic sheets also offer some ideas for questions for every topic in all the question types found on the exam (1, 2, 4, 5, 12 mark questions) based on all the formats published by AQA to be able to see each topic in exam terms in both knowledge and evaluation style questions. How to use - Whilst written as revision sheets, and given that they unpack the Specification, the sheets could be used as the basis for teaching each topic, or can be used as homework sheets (as they provide the information and some sample questions). They could also be simplified, or used in comprehension tasks as well as discussion and for exam question practice. They are suitable for Full and Short course GCSE. They were written for Y10, but would be the same for Y11. More to be posted, when the next set is complete.
Charliebgood
AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR THEME A – RELATIONSHIPS

AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR THEME A – RELATIONSHIPS

This resource provides a set of templates for students to make notes on for AQA Theme A – Relationships and Families. The templates cover all the topics within the Theme. It can be used in a revision session as the teacher does Q and A; can be used between students for them to complete from their memory (information retrieval being a more effective form of revision than simple note taking) or from notes; can be set as homework to complete after the Theme has been studied. Once completed, it gives the student a revision resource which they have engaged in and completed, so they are more likely to remember. Central is a provocative statement on the topic (which topic is stated at the bottom of the page for clarity) to trigger discussion. Each template is split into key words, beliefs/teachings about, influence and diversity – which is where the student makes their notes. Since this is a template, it does not matter which religion is being covered in class - all fit notes-wise.
Charliebgood
AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR THEME B – LIFE

AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR THEME B – LIFE

This resource provides a set of templates for students to make notes on for AQA Theme B – Religion and Life. The templates cover all the topics within the Theme. It can be used in a revision session as the teacher does Q and A; can be used between students for them to complete from their memory (information retrieval being a more effective form of revision than simple note taking) or from notes; can be set as homework to complete after the Theme has been studied. Once completed, it gives the student a revision resource which they have engaged in and completed, so they are more likely to remember. Central is a provocative statement on the topic (which is stated at the bottom of the page for clarity) to trigger discussion. Each template is split into key words, beliefs/teachings about, influence and diversity – which is where the student makes their notes. There is no religion specified in the templates, so they can be used in any classroom.
Charliebgood
AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR THEME F – HUMAN RIGHTS, SOCIAL JUSTICE

AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR THEME F – HUMAN RIGHTS, SOCIAL JUSTICE

This resource provides a set of templates for students to make notes on for AQA Theme F – Religion, human rights and social justice. The templates cover all the topics within the Theme. It can be used in a revision session as the teacher does Q and A; can be used between students for them to complete from their memory (information retrieval being a more effective form of revision than simple note taking) or from notes; can be set as homework to complete after the Theme has been studied. Once completed, it gives the student a revision resource which they have engaged in and completed, so they are more likely to remember. Central is a provocative statement on the topic (which is stated at the bottom of the page for clarity) to trigger discussion. Each template is split into key words, beliefs/teachings about, influence and diversity – which is where the student makes their notes. There is no religion specified in the templates, so they can be used in any classroom ​
Charliebgood
Revision templates for AQA GCSE RS Themes A,B,D,E

Revision templates for AQA GCSE RS Themes A,B,D,E

These four PPTs cover all the topics within each of the four listed Themes for AQA GCSE RS Spec A. The templates provide a space for students to do note-taking or information retrieval work as a part of their revision programme. Can be used in class or at home; teacher-led or student-focused. Can be used as a final run-through for each Theme before a test/exam. Each template is written following the five areas of questioning as met in the SAMs.
Charliebgood
AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR THEME D – WAR AND PEACE

AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR THEME D – WAR AND PEACE

This resource provides a set of templates for students to make notes on for AQA Theme D – Religion, War and Peace. The templates cover all the topics within the Theme. It can be used in a revision session as the teacher does Q and A; can be used between students for them to complete from their memory or from notes (information retrieval being a more effective form of revision than simple note taking); can be set as homework to complete after the Theme has been studied. Once completed, it gives the student a revision resource which they have engaged in and completed, so they are more likely to remember. Central is a provocative statement on the topic (which is stated at the bottom of the page for clarity) to trigger discussion. Each template is split into key words, beliefs/teachings about, influence and diversity – which is where the student makes their notes,
Charliebgood
Revision tempates for AQA GCSE RS Themes A,B,D,F

Revision tempates for AQA GCSE RS Themes A,B,D,F

These four PPTs cover all the topics within each of the four listed Themes for AQA GCSE RS Spec A. The templates provide a space for students to do note-taking or information retrieval work as a part of their revision programme. Can be used in class or at home; teacher-led or student-focused. Can be used as a final run-through for each Theme before a test/exam. Each template is written following the five areas of questioning as met in the SAMs.
Charliebgood
REVISION TEMPLATES FOR AQA GCSE RS THEMES B,D,E,F

REVISION TEMPLATES FOR AQA GCSE RS THEMES B,D,E,F

These four PPTs cover all the topics within each of the four listed Themes for AQA GCSE RS Spec A. The templates provide a space for students to do note-taking or information retrieval work as a part of their revision programme. Can be used in class or at home; teacher-led or student-focused. Can be used as a final run-through for each Theme before a test/exam. Each template is written following the five areas of questioning as met in the SAMs.
Charliebgood
REVISION TEMPLATES FOR AQA GCSE RS THEMES A,D,E,F

REVISION TEMPLATES FOR AQA GCSE RS THEMES A,D,E,F

These four PPTs cover all the topics within each of the four listed Themes for AQA GCSE RS Spec A. The templates provide a space for students to do note-taking or information retrieval work as a part of their revision programme. Can be used in class or at home; teacher-led or student-focused. Can be used as a final run-through for each Theme before a test/exam. Each template is written following the five areas of questioning as met in the SAMs.
Charliebgood
AQA GCSE RS (9-1) Relevant teachings Theme E - Religion, Crime and Punishment - Christianity

AQA GCSE RS (9-1) Relevant teachings Theme E - Religion, Crime and Punishment - Christianity

AQA GCSE RS (9-1) has questions which demand the use of teachings if a student wishes to achieve a good grade. These are sheets to give two relevant and usable teachings per topic area for Theme E – Religion, Crime and Punishment - from Christianity. The Theme is covered in two sides – general and specific teachings. Can be used as an aide memoire in class, as a revision sheet, to aid question response. Also useful as a homework aid – so that homework can be set with students using their own ‘teachings sheet’ which they have at home. Could be laminated/stuck to the desk as a permanent feature of lessons whilst covering the section in class , so that students can have them available in discussion and written work.
Charliebgood
AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR ISLAM – BELIEFS

AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR ISLAM – BELIEFS

This resource provides a set of templates for students to make notes on for AQA Islam – Beliefs. The templates cover all the topics within the Specification section. It can be used in a revision session as the teacher does Q and A; can be used between students for them to complete from their memory (information retrieval being a more effective form of revision than simple note taking); or from notes; can be set as homework to complete after the Theme has been studied. Once completed, it gives the student a revision resource which they have engaged in and completed, so they are more likely to remember. Central is a stimulus on the topic (which is stated at the bottom of the page for clarity) to trigger discussion. Each template is split into key words, beliefs/teachings about, influence and diversity – which is where the student makes their notes ​
Charliebgood
AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR CHRISTIANITY – BELIEFS

AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR CHRISTIANITY – BELIEFS

This resource provides a set of templates for students to make notes on for AQA Christianity – Beliefs. The templates cover all the topics within the Specification section. It can be used in a revision session as the teacher does Q and A; can be used between students for them to complete from their memory (information retrieval being a more effective form of revision than simple note taking); or from notes; can be set as homework to complete after the Theme has been studied. Once completed, it gives the student a revision resource which they have engaged in and completed, so they are more likely to remember. Central is a stimulus on the topic (which is stated at the bottom of the page for clarity) to trigger discussion. Each template is split into key words, beliefs/teachings about, influence and diversity – which is where the student makes their notes ​
Charliebgood
AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR CHRISTIANITY – PRACTICES

AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR CHRISTIANITY – PRACTICES

This resource provides a set of templates for students to make notes on for AQA Christianity – Practices. The templates cover all the topics within the Specification section. It can be used in a revision session as the teacher does Q and A; can be used between students for them to complete from their memory (information retrieval being a more effective form of revision than simple note taking); or from notes; can be set as homework to complete after the Theme has been studied. Once completed, it gives the student a revision resource which they have engaged in and completed, so they are more likely to remember. Central is a stimulus on the topic (which is stated at the bottom of the page for clarity) to trigger discussion. Each template is split into key words, beliefs/teachings about, influence and diversity – which is where the student makes their notes.
Charliebgood
AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR ISLAM – PRACTICES

AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR ISLAM – PRACTICES

This resource provides a set of templates for students to make notes on for AQA Islam – Practices. The templates cover all the topics within the Specification section. It can be used in a revision session as the teacher does Q and A; can be used between students for them to complete from their memory (information retrieval being a more effective form of revision than simple note taking); or from notes; can be set as homework to complete after the Theme has been studied. Once completed, it gives the student a revision resource which they have engaged in and completed, so they are more likely to remember. Central is a stimulus on the topic (which is stated at the bottom of the page for clarity) to trigger discussion. Each template is split into key words, beliefs/teachings about, influence and diversity – which is where the student makes their notes.
Charliebgood
REVISION TEMPLATES FOR AQA GCSE SPEC A CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM

REVISION TEMPLATES FOR AQA GCSE SPEC A CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM

These four PPTs cover all the topics within each of the four listed sections for AQA GCSE RS Spec A – Christianity (Beliefs and Practices) and Islam (Beliefs and Practices). The templates provide a space for students to do note-taking or information retrieval work as a part of their revision programme. Can be used in class or at home; teacher-led or student-focused. Can be used as a final run-through for each Theme before a test/exam. Each template is written following the five areas of questioning as met in the SAMs.
Charliebgood
AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR THEME E – CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

AQA GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES – REVISION TEMPLATES FOR THEME E – CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

This resource provides a set of templates for students to make notes on for AQA Theme E – Religion, Crime and Punishment. The templates cover all the topics within the Theme. It can be used in a revision session as the teacher does Q and A; can be used between students for them to complete from their memory (information retrieval being a more effective form of revision than simple note taking) or from notes; can be set as homework to complete after the Theme has been studied. Once completed, it gives the student a revision resource which they have engaged in and completed, so they are more likely to remember. Central is a provocative statement on the topic (which is stated at the bottom of the page for clarity) to trigger discussion. Each template is split into key words, beliefs/teachings about, influence and diversity – which is where the student makes their notes. There is no religion specified in the templates, so they can be used in any classroom.
Charliebgood
Revision templates for AQA GCSE RS Themes A,B,E,F

Revision templates for AQA GCSE RS Themes A,B,E,F

These four PPTs cover all the topics within each of the four listed Themes for AQA GCSE RS Spec A. The templates provide a space for students to do note-taking or information retrieval work as a part of their revision programme. Can be used in class or at home; teacher-led or student-focused. Can be used as a final run-through for each Theme before a test/exam. Each template is written following the five areas of questioning as met in the SAMs.
Charliebgood