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I am an experienced teacher of Religious Studies and PSHE I mark for OCR in the GCSE for Religious Studies

I am an experienced teacher of Religious Studies and PSHE I mark for OCR in the GCSE for Religious Studies
Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief  (lesson 1)- OCR (J625/06–10)
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Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 1)- OCR (J625/06–10)

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After feedback on previous uploads I have created a series of PowerPoint based lessons for unit four of the OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10) exam. This is lesson one which focusses on Britain as a religious country. This unit was planned using 'Religious Studies by Lorraine Abbott with Steve Clarke' and contains information taken from this textbook and activities based around it. My school does not have a class set of this book and as such it is not necessary for teaching these lessons.
Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 6)- OCR (J625/06–10)
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Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 6)- OCR (J625/06–10)

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After feedback on previous uploads I have created a series of PowerPoint based lessons for unit four of the OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10) exam. This is lesson six which contains a PowerPoint that outlines the development of secularisation. It also comes with an secularisation card sort to be used in conjunction. This unit was planned using 'Religious Studies by Lorraine Abbott with Steve Clarke' and contains information taken from this textbook and activities based around it. My school does not have a class set of this book and as such it is not necessary for teaching these lessons.
Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 7)- OCR (J625/06–10)
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Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 7)- OCR (J625/06–10)

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After feedback on previous uploads I have created a series of PowerPoint based lessons for unit four of the OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10) exam. This is lesson six which contains a PowerPoint that outlines the development of Humanism. This unit was planned using 'Religious Studies by Lorraine Abbott with Steve Clarke' and contains information taken from this textbook and activities based around it. My school does not have a class set of this book and as such it is not necessary for teaching these lessons.
Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief  (lesson 4)- OCR (J625/06–10)
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Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 4)- OCR (J625/06–10)

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After feedback on previous uploads I have created a series of PowerPoint based lessons for unit four of the OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10) exam. This is lesson four which contains a PowerPoint that outlines the influence of the Church on the state. It also comes with an information/task sheet to be used in conjunction. This unit was planned using 'Religious Studies by Lorraine Abbott with Steve Clarke' and contains information taken from this textbook and activities based around it. My school does not have a class set of this book and as such it is not necessary for teaching these lessons.
Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 5)- OCR (J625/06–10)
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Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 5)- OCR (J625/06–10)

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After feedback on previous uploads I have created a series of PowerPoint based lessons for unit four of the OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10) exam. This is lesson five which contains a PowerPoint that outlines the influence of the Church on education. It also comes with an information/task sheet and a copy of an article from the Humanist Association to be used in conjunction. This unit was planned using 'Religious Studies by Lorraine Abbott with Steve Clarke' and contains information taken from this textbook and activities based around it. My school does not have a class set of this book and as such it is not necessary for teaching these lessons.
Dialogue within and beteen religious and non-religious belief  (lesson 2 and 3)- OCR (J625/06–10)
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Dialogue within and beteen religious and non-religious belief (lesson 2 and 3)- OCR (J625/06–10)

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After feedback on previous uploads I have created a series of PowerPoint based lessons for unit four of the OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10) exam. Lesson two is a PowerPoint opening slide with a hyperlink to a documentary on YouTube. Lesson three is a PowerPoint considering the role of the monarch and the impact on the church. It also comes with a worksheet to use when outlining the relationships to the state religions. This unit was planned using 'Religious Studies by Lorraine Abbott with Steve Clarke' and contains information taken from this textbook and activities based around it. My school does not have a class set of this book and as such it is not necessary for teaching these lessons.
Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 8)- OCR (J625/06–10)
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Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 8)- OCR (J625/06–10)

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After feedback on previous uploads I have created a series of PowerPoint based lessons for unit four of the OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10) exam. This is lesson eight which contains a PowerPoint, worksheet and information sheet that outlines the potential clashes with religion and secular society. This unit was planned using ‘Religious Studies by Lorraine Abbott with Steve Clarke’ and contains information taken from this textbook and activities based around it. My school does not have a class set of this book and as such it is not necessary for teaching these lessons.
Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 9)- OCR (J625/06–10)
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Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 9)- OCR (J625/06–10)

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After feedback on previous uploads I have created a series of PowerPoint based lessons for unit four of the OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10) exam. This is lesson nine which contains a PowerPoint, worksheet, information sheet (around the room) and key word homework sheet introducing the concept of euthanasia. This unit was planned using ‘Religious Studies by Lorraine Abbott with Steve Clarke’ and contains information taken from this textbook and activities based around it. My school does not have a class set of this book and as such it is not necessary for teaching these lessons.
The Existence of God - OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10)
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The Existence of God - OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10)

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EDIT: There was an issue accessing the folders for this resource so I have included all the files separately as well as the zipped folders to address this issue. A complete unit of work for the new OCR Religion, Philosophy and Ethics GCSE. This is the Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10) section, from a Christian perspective, considering the theme 'The Existence of God'. This unit should take a minimum of 15 lessons, however I have found when teaching this that some lessons roll over into two lessons. I have also included an outline of this section of the specification. This unit was planned using 'Religious Studies by Lorraine Abbott with Steve Clarke' and contains information taken from this textbook and activities based around it. My school does not have a class set of this book and as such it is not necessary for teaching these lessons.
Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 10)- OCR (J625/06–10)
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Dialogue within and between religious and non-religious belief (lesson 10)- OCR (J625/06–10)

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After feedback on previous uploads I have created a series of PowerPoint based lessons for unit four of the OCR (new) Religion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world (J625/06–10) exam. This is lesson ten which contains a PowerPoint, key word test sheet and news article outlining attitudes towards euthanasia. This unit was planned using ‘Religious Studies by Lorraine Abbott with Steve Clarke’ and contains information taken from this textbook and activities based around it. My school does not have a class set of this book and as such it is not necessary for teaching these lessons.
Ancient Religion unit - Greek section with resources and plans
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Ancient Religion unit - Greek section with resources and plans

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As part of the ancient religions section of work at KS3, this Greek section covers beliefs about creation, Gods and Goddesses and beliefs about the afterlife over the space of two/three lessons. As well as a question sheet to go with the film 'Clash of the Titans', a story about a Greek hero and the Gods (for lower ability I used Disney's Hercules).