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Head of Humanities faculty. Specialism: RE and Sociology.
AQA A Level Sociology - Birth Rates
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AQA A Level Sociology - Birth Rates

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This lesson looks at birth rates and explanations for a changing birth rate in the UK. Students have already completed a home learning describing the demography of the UK. Includes: WALTs WILFs Formative Assessment DARTs activity Exam question
AQA GCSE Sociology Knowledge Organisers
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AQA GCSE Sociology Knowledge Organisers

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Knowledge organisers for AQA GCSE Sociology for the following units: Families and Households Education Social Stratification Crime and Deviance Research Methods Knowledge organisers have the following included: Key terms and definitions Key concepts and definitions Summary of the unit Key facts Key questions
GCSE RE Home Learning Pack
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GCSE RE Home Learning Pack

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This pack was created for home study during the coronavirus outbreak. Please note that textbooks were given to our students. However, there is a scanned copy of the Hodder Education Eduqas Route A RE book available online which could be used by students to complete this work. This work is 4 x double lessons (4 x 1 hr 40) covering evil and suffering.
Eduqas RE Route A - Celebrations Independent Work
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Eduqas RE Route A - Celebrations Independent Work

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This is a resource that could be set as home learning or could be sent home in the event of future lockdowns. It is a way for students to complete notes on the main topics in festivals sections of the Islam and Christianity papers. Students will need a copy of the RE textbook, which can be found digitally online if they do not have a physical copy. Includes: schedule of learning clear, organised instructions with reference to page numbers bonus section at the end with practice questions and WILFs
Eduqas RE Revision Carousel Resources
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Eduqas RE Revision Carousel Resources

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This resource was created for use before the RE full course GCSE exam 2022. It was for a 1 1/2 hour carousel (3 x 30 sessions) on 3 of the units in Paper 1: Issues of Relationships, Issues of Life and Death and Issues of Good and Evil. Included: Blank student booklet Teacher guides with correct answers Formative assessment quizzes built into the booklet
Trenches
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Trenches

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This lesson looks at the trenches and what it was like to fight in them
What is religion? - WJEC Entry Pathways Humanities
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What is religion? - WJEC Entry Pathways Humanities

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This lesson looks at what religion is, what God is considered to be like, aspects of different religions and which countries are most closely associated with 4 of the main religions. This lesson was created for Entry Level Pathways, an alternative qualification for those which GCSE courses may not be suitable. Lesson includes: Worksheets Visuals Formative assessment Instructions Differentiation Please note: the Noah’s Ark do now is linked to the previous lesson. I have not included this activity in the resources section as you will probably not have done this and I have use a premade storyboard. These are easily available via Google images if you wish to use this task.
What do Christians believe? - Entry Pathways Humanities
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What do Christians believe? - Entry Pathways Humanities

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This is a lesson that looks at what Christians believe. It is aimed at given a basic introduction the religion for students with additional needs for which a GCSE in RE would not be suitable. Please note: the home learning and storyboard have not been included in the resources as I did not create them. The home learning sheet was a simple cloze activity about basics of Islamic belief and the storyboard is easily found on Google Images. Included: WALTs and WILFs Formative assessment Vocab activity DARTs activity Retrieval practice
Eduqas RE: Why is there suffering? SOL
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Eduqas RE: Why is there suffering? SOL

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We teach the course in an interleaved manner, so this SOL touches on components of the Christianity paper, Issues of Life and Death and Issues of Good and Evil. Topics covered: Evil Suffering (inc. problem of suffering) free will predestination Sanctity of life Quality of life (inc. Singer) Euthanasia SOL includes the following elements: WALTs and WILFs Retrieval practice Formative assessment Opportunities for extended writing/exam practice Home learning DARTs activities Oracy strategies (such as think, pair, share)
Introduction to RE - Entry Pathway Humanities
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Introduction to RE - Entry Pathway Humanities

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This is an introductory unit for WJEC Entry Pathways Humanities, comprised of a SOL and a knowledge organiser. It includes: A ‘lighting fires’ lesson What is religion? Basics of Christianity and Islam Atheism This gives them a basis on which to frame the RE elements of the Humanities pathway. Also includes: home learning, WALTs and WILFs, formative assessment, differentiation.
Atheism - WJEC Entry Pathways Humanities
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Atheism - WJEC Entry Pathways Humanities

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This lesson is part of an RE introduction unit for the WJEC Entry Pathways Humanities qualification and takes place after a lesson with a piece of extended writing that is teacher marked. This lesson looks at what atheism is and why some people do not believe in God. Includes: WALTs and WILFs DARTs Formative assessment Vocab activities Homework
What do Muslims believe? - WJEC Entry Pathways Humanities
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What do Muslims believe? - WJEC Entry Pathways Humanities

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This lesson was created as part of an RE introduction unit for the WJEC Entry Pathways Humanities qualification. It looks at where Islam orginated, the 5 pillars and a homework piece on Muhammad. Includes: vocab activities formative assessment WALTs and WILFs Homework Extended writing opportunity DARTs
Eduqas RE Route A - Family Unit Independent Work
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Eduqas RE Route A - Family Unit Independent Work

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This is a resource that could be set as home learning or could be sent home in the event of future lockdowns. It is a way for students to complete notes on the main topics in the Issues of Families and Relationships unit. Students will need a copy of the RE textbook, which can be found digitally online if they do not have a physical copy. Includes: schedule of learning clear, organised instructions with reference to page numbers bonus section at the end with practice questions and WILFs
RE Home Learning Revision Pack
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RE Home Learning Revision Pack

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This covers a range of topics including: prophethood sanctity of life abortion funerals forgiveness angels jihad worship prayer Includes revision tasks and exam practice questions.