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Religious Attitudes to Contraception
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Religious Attitudes to Contraception

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This lesson looks at Muslim and Christian attitudes to contraception, differing views in each religion and types of contraception. Taught over a double period with extended writing opportunity. If you wish to give students extra notes after the Islam video then photocopy information from a textbook. I have used pages 80-1 in the EDEXCEL Religious Studies Religion and Life Christianity & Islam text book.
Manchester in 1850
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Manchester in 1850

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This lesson looks at life in Manchester in 1850 and looks at the good and bad things about it. A good introduction to the Industrial Revolution.
Forgiveness
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Forgiveness

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Lesson looks at forgiveness with a focus on Gee Walker, Sally Dowler and Julie Nicholson. Students complete fact files for each mother and suggest reasons why their opinions differ. Religious teachings included. Long answer question at the end.
North-South Divide; AQA Geography New Spec GCSE
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North-South Divide; AQA Geography New Spec GCSE

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This lesson is for the 1-9 AQA Geography GCSE course, section B. The lesson looks at what the north-south divide is, why it exists and how the government is trying to reduce the divide. Textbook reference is the new AQA textbook for the course.
Arranged and Forced Marriages
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Arranged and Forced Marriages

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Lesson looks at arranged and forced marriages and the differences between them. Looks at characteristics of both types of marriages, defines key terms, debate and a documentary about forced marriages. Differentiation included.
Changing Rural Landscapes in the UK; Section B AQA GCSE
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Changing Rural Landscapes in the UK; Section B AQA GCSE

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Please note: all resources needed for this lesson are included in the PPT. The lesson uses pages in the new AQA GCSE book, but I have created extra slides with relevant information that can be used instead. This lesson looks at how the population in two rural areas in the UK have changed, why and the social and economic effects of these.
Slave Trade Triangle
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Slave Trade Triangle

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This lesson was taught to two Year 8 groups who responded well and engaged with the lesson. The Ending Slavery booklet is a resource I found on TES and all credit must be given to the owner of this. I did not create it. I have included it as it has the cards for the main activity.
Child Soldiers
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Child Soldiers

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This lesson looks at Childrens' Rights and how they are affected by conflict.
What is Humanities?
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What is Humanities?

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Introduction to the Humanities. You will need to print off some world maps and have some atlases for this lesson. Covers: RE, Citizenship, History and Geography
Desmond Tutu
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Desmond Tutu

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This lesson looks at Desmond Tutu and what motivated him to fight for racial equality. Lesson looks at what racism and apartheid is and uses sources to investigate motivations for Tutu's actions. Includes extended writing opportunity.
Solutions to Deforestation
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Solutions to Deforestation

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This is a lesson that looks at a number of solutions to deforestation. Then leads to a speech activity overseen by Michel Temer.
Changing Transport Infrastructure UK; AQA GCSE Section B
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Changing Transport Infrastructure UK; AQA GCSE Section B

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This lesson looks at improvements in: rail, road, port and airport infrastructure in the UK using paired work and an ambassador activity. The students then look at the proposed expansion of Heathrow and debate whether or not it should have a third runway. Please note: for the activity for the improvements of infrastructure, you can either use the text book (page numbers in notes section) or the slides at the end of the main PPT.
Islamic Marriage
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Islamic Marriage

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Lesson looks at Islamic Marriage in context of new WJEC GCSE spec. Includes needed religious teachings, features of the ceremony, how Muslims select partners and key terms. H/L asks them to look at temporary marriage from Sunni and Shia perspectives.
How does the media act as an agency of socialisation?
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How does the media act as an agency of socialisation?

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This lesson looks at body image, terrorism and ethnicity and how it is portrayed in the media. We have already done Citizen Khan but did not get the chance to do the exam question which is why it may seem out of place. I suggest watching 'Auntie Noor' or 'Naani's Return' for the students to make notes. Exam questions and some mark schemes have been included. There is an exam question for home work also.