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Religion and Morality - WHOLE UNIT OF LESSONS
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Religion and Morality - WHOLE UNIT OF LESSONS

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THIS IS A BUNDLE OFFER - all lessons are available for purchase separately. However, this bundle offer works out at almost half the price of buying them separately. This unit of work was designed for study in one hour a week. We used it with Y9 classes to allow them the chance to look at how religions may make moral decisions. There is a lesson on each of the six main world religions. Lesson PPTs include differentiated LOs, variety of tasks, peer assessment, Bright Sparks G&T tasks and homework. There is also an assessment. Designed to taught in one hour a week. All resources for each lesson are in the containing folders. Created by Allerton Grange School RE Department.
Religion and Morality 1/9 - What is Morality
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Religion and Morality 1/9 - What is Morality

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First lesson in a unit on Morality which was designed for a Y9 class doing RS in 1 hour a week. There is a reflection task at the beginning to help students evaluate their work/assessment on a previous topic, before setting targets for this new unit. Students begin with independent work of investigating what morality is and where we get our morals from. Students make links between religion and morality - Can they be independent of each other? Where do none religious people get their morals? Students look at various moral problems, assess what they think about them and then work out why they feel the way they do, using higher level thinking skills and independent work. Creative work - design your own rule book for your own kingdom. How would you make sure that people lived together in harmony? Research homework asking adults to compare society with how it was twenty years ago. Created by Allerton Grange School RE department.
Alternative Religions 6/10 - Scientology
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Alternative Religions 6/10 - Scientology

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A 'Plug and Play' lesson. Lesson 6/10 in a unit on Alternative religions designed for a Y9 class doing RS in one hour a week. Analyse video clip to find key beliefs of Scientology Compare and contrast to beliefs from religions learnt about previously Evaluate a key figure in scientology and why they are so important Analyse and respond to key Scientology teachings. Assess the effects of scientologist beliefs on behaviour Student as teacher homework. Created by Allerton Grange School RE Department.
Alternative Lesson 5/10 - Sufism
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Alternative Lesson 5/10 - Sufism

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A 'Plug and Play' lesson. Lesson 5 of ten. This lesson looks at the practices of Sufi Muslims. It analyses how this branch of Islam developed and gives students the chance to compare and contrast Sufism with the other branches of Islam studied in this unit - Sunni and Shiah. Students will analyse a video clip to understand the meaning of mysticism and religious experience before looking in detail at the whirling dervishes. They will go on to compare and contrast Sufi practices with practices from other faiths. G&T tasks, AFL and homework task included. Created by Allerton Grange School RE Department.
Religion and Morality 2/9 - Absolute and Relative Morality
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Religion and Morality 2/9 - Absolute and Relative Morality

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Second lesson in unit on Religion and Morality designed for a Y9 class doing RS in oen hour a week Students begin by responding to various moral dilemmas. Then work out if they are absolute or relative moralists. Analyse a video clip and have a class debate based on responses to the clip. Gets students to use higher level thinking skills to evaluate questions. Homework sheet and differentiated task included. Created by Allerton Grange School RE department.
Religion and Morality 4/9 - Morality in Christianity
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Religion and Morality 4/9 - Morality in Christianity

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Lesson four in a unit on religion and morality designed for a Y9 class doing RS in one hour a week. Reflective starter. Link to previous homework and learning. Analyse what we know already about what Christian morals are based on - 10 commandments Categorise those commandments and make links with modern Christian teachings - 2 greatest commandments Creative work based on Good Samaritan story Reflective independent work based on modern news story and how those beliefes being put into practice could have changed the outcome. Research homework Created by Allerton Grange School RE department.
Alternative Religions Lesson 2/10 - Jehovah's Witnesses
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Alternative Religions Lesson 2/10 - Jehovah's Witnesses

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A 'Plug and Play' lesson. Lesson number 2 in a series of ten. This lesson gives an objective view of Jehovah's Witnesses and dispels some common myths whilst allowing students to formulate their own informed opinions. Making links starter. Picture task - what have these symbols got to do with Jehovah's Witnesses? Video Clip analysis Compare and contrast task to look at Jehovah's Witness beliefs alongside of other Christian beliefs. Homework to look at how beliefs about Armageddon may affect the life of a Jehovah's Witness. Bright Sparks G&T tasks and Differentiation for SEN included. Created by Allerton Grange School RE Department
Introduction to Philosophy - Edexcel A-level
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Introduction to Philosophy - Edexcel A-level

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Lesson designed for the beginning of the Edexcel A-level Religious Studies course. Differentiated learning objectives, video clip analysis, introduction to inductive and deductive reasoning, introduction to priori/posteriori, paired tasks, AFL, Key term starter/plenary, homework resources. Created by Allerton Grange School RS Department.
Are Holy BooksRelevant today 6/10 - The Ramayana
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Are Holy BooksRelevant today 6/10 - The Ramayana

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A complete lesson, built around the principles of a knowledge rich curriculum, which seeks to explore the disciplinary question of whether holy books are still relevant today. Designed for Y7. Resources are in dyslexia friendly font, with scaffolding and sentence starters. Also available as part of a bundle. This lesson looks at how holy books contain historical stories that we can learn from, by looking at the Ramayana in Hinduism, before making links to other topics covered in Religious Studies such as, the responsibilities/life of a prince, the role of women, the existence of evil, and the importance of friendship. THE INTRODUCTION, CONSOLIDATION AND ASSESSMENT FROM THIS TOPIC ARE FREE TO DOWNLOAD AS INDIVIDUAL LESSONS SO THAT YOU CAN SEE SOME OF THE CONTENT.
Are Holy Books Relevant Today 7/10 - Guru Granth Sahib
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Are Holy Books Relevant Today 7/10 - Guru Granth Sahib

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A complete lesson, built around the principles of a knowledge rich curriculum, which seeks to explore the disciplinary question of whether holy books are still relevant today. Designed for Y7 Resources are in dyslexia friendly font, with scaffolding and sentence starters. Also available as part of a bundle. This lesson looks at how some holy books are treated as living scriptures, looking at the Guru Granth Sahib in Sikhism. THE INTRODUCTION, CONSOLIDATION AND ASSESSMENT FROM THIS TOPIC ARE FREE TO DOWNLOAD AS INDIVIDUAL LESSONS SO THAT YOU CAN SEE SOME OF THE CONTENT.
Are Holy Books Relevant Today 4/10 - Tripitaka and Eightfold Path
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Are Holy Books Relevant Today 4/10 - Tripitaka and Eightfold Path

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A complete lesson, built around the principles of a knowledge rich curriculum, which seeks to explore the disciplinary question of whether holy books are still relevant today. Designed for Y7. Resources are in dyslexia friendly font, with scaffolding and sentence starters. Also available as part of a bundle. This lesson looks at how holy books are a sources of rules and guidance by looking at the Tripitaka and the Eightfold Path of Buddhism. THE INTRODUCTION, CONSOLIDATION AND ASSESSMENT FROM THIS TOPIC ARE FREE TO DOWNLOAD AS INDIVIDUAL LESSONS SO THAT YOU CAN SEE SOME OF THE CONTENT.
Alternative Religions - Whole unit of lessons
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Alternative Religions - Whole unit of lessons

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THIS IS A BUNDLE OFFER - all lessons are available for purchase separately. However, this bundle offer works out at less than half the price of buying them separately, along with the inclusion of extra materials. This unit of work was designed for study in one hour a week. We used it with Y9 classes to allow them the chance to look at lesser known religions/branches of religions and belief systems such as Scientology, Kabbalah, Sufism and Humanism. Can easily be adapted for older/younger students. Lesson PPTs include differentiated LOs, variety of tasks, peer assessment, Bright Sparks G&T tasks and homework. There is also a a practice assessment lesson, along with a literacy based assessment as an alternative to the independent project assessment. Designed to taught in one hour a week. All resources for each lesson are in the containing folders. Created by Allerton Grange School RS Department.
Alternative Religions 8/10 - Kabbalah
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Alternative Religions 8/10 - Kabbalah

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A 'Plug and Play' lesson. In this lesson students will investigate the religion of Kabbalah. They will begin by peer-assessing the homework due in this lesson and then after sharing the learning objectives will analyse a video clip which looks at choosing whether or not to find out the truth about life. Students will look at the Kabbalist idea that the universe is full of hidden messages and will decode a hidden message before undertaking a creative work task where they design their own hidden code.Students work in pairs to work out each-other's codes before reflecting on whether or not they could follow Kabbalah and give reasons for their response. AFL, G&T tasks and Homework tasks included. Created by Allerton Grange School RE Department.
Religion and Morality 3/9 - Morality in Judaism
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Religion and Morality 3/9 - Morality in Judaism

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Lesson 3 in a unit on religion and morality designed for a Y9 class doing RS in one hour a week. Literacy starter activity Students analyse a video clip to find out how Jewish people make moral decisions e.g. Ten Commandments. Cloze exercise Independent creative work based on recent news article. students apply Jewish morals to a news story. Categorising task- which rule do you think is most important? Created by Allerton Grange School RE department.
Gifted and Talented/More-able Task Cards - Adaptable across subject/topic
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Gifted and Talented/More-able Task Cards - Adaptable across subject/topic

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Based on the TES CPD document, 'Getting the Best out of Gifted Learners'. A set of cards which can be laminated and placed in a cardboard wallet pinned up at the front of the class. Students can either select one at random to create an alternative activity to the one that the rest of the class are completing, or they can use them as extension tasks, depending on how much time there is. I have included the label for the folder and a set of example tasks that we used for an RS lesson but we have used for History, Citizenship and PSHE lessons. They can be easily adapted to suit your subject/the topic being covered. If we don't have time to let students choose their activity, we will usually pick just one 'Bright Sparks' activity that we set as an alternative task.
Religion and Morality 8/9 - Morality in Buddhism
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Religion and Morality 8/9 - Morality in Buddhism

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Lesson 8 in a unit on religion and morality designed for a Y9 class doing RS in one hour a week. Photo starter - respond to the issue in the picture Reflection task on four noble truths - what is our behaviour like? Investigate what the eight fold path is and how it could change a person's life/behaviour Worksheet task task on reincarnation and how this can be affected by a person's behaviour Created by Allerton Grange School RE Department.
GCSE Religious Studies Quotes Flashcards
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GCSE Religious Studies Quotes Flashcards

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A selection of quotes to cover the topics on the edexcel Religion and Life/Religion and Society exam. Adapted and developed from a revision ppt downloaded from the REstuff website (apologies - can't remember who the original author was) and others added by me. Can be printed onto card and cut up, or printed onto Avery L7165 stickers to stick onto index cards. Can be used in conjunction with the Practice Questions flashcards that I have created, either as part of personal revision or for use with students as part of an intervention programme. Could also be given to A-A* students to help cement their grade.
Alternative Religions 3/10 - The Sunni/Shiah Split
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Alternative Religions 3/10 - The Sunni/Shiah Split

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A 'Plug and Play' lesson. This lesson is the third in a series of ten. It gives an overview on how Islam split into Sunni and Shiah before moving on to look at the Shiah festival of Ashura next lesson. Recall starter - what have we learnt about Islam lower down in school? Timeline walkaround activity to look at the most significant events in the development of Islam. Independent work - what qualities does a good leader need? Prediction task - what do we think happened after some of these significant events? Body smart task - how did some of these events make people feel? Homework on the legacy that muhammad (pbuh) left behind on his death. AFL, Bright Sparks G&T tasks and differentiation included, along with resources for all activities. Created by Allerton Grange School RE Department.
Numeracy in RS
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Numeracy in RS

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Originally created by susangrace, I have just adapted the images to cover all of the 6 world religions. I have also added in a few maths symbols that could be cut out and stuck around the sheets. Suitable for Philosophy and Ethics and World Religions in KS3/4/5.
Are Holy Books Relevant Today 10/10 - assessment feedback and intro to next unit
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Are Holy Books Relevant Today 10/10 - assessment feedback and intro to next unit

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This is the assessment feedback lesson for the topic which seeks to explore the answers to the disciplinary question of whether holy books are relevant in today’s world. It also contains an introduction to the next unit, ‘Should everyone worship in the same way’. The lesson begins with a multiple choice knowledge quiz, before moving on to addressing targets and redrafting their essay from the assessment lesson, using a model answer for help. There are notes underneath the slides to help guide teacher delivery. THE INTRODUCTION, CONSOLIDATION AND ASSESSMENT FROM THIS TOPIC ARE FREE TO DOWNLOAD AS INDIVIDUAL LESSONS SO THAT YOU CAN SEE SOME OF THE CONTENT AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.