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Head of Humanities faculty. Specialism: RE and Sociology.
Christian and Muslim responses to racism
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Christian and Muslim responses to racism

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Students had a general lesson on inequality, prejudice and discrimination before this lesson (available on TES) which provided the groundwork for this lesson. In this lesson students look at Christian and Muslim responses to racism through religious teachings and the actions of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. Includes exam practice. All resources included in 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.
Social Anthropology Engaging Lesson/Introduction
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Social Anthropology Engaging Lesson/Introduction

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This lesson was created as a ‘lighting fires’ lesson for Y13 IB Social Anthropology, but could be used for taster sessions for the subject/introduction to the course. Please note, the extracts mentioned are from Joy Hendry’s Introduction to Social Anthropology book. However, you can substitute this information on different cultures with extracts from ethnographies you have/information online.
Geography Key Words - Development
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Geography Key Words - Development

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A list of some key words and their definitions that relate to development. Can be given to students as a word bank or to non-specialist teachers who are teaching your subject.
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
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.
Oracy-based KS3 RE - The History of Religion
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Oracy-based KS3 RE - The History of Religion

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This lesson is the first in an oracy-based KS3 RE programme taught in single periods (50 minutes). It looks at the history of religion, how they are related and why there are different religions. Oracy-based RE allows students to explore key concepts and issues in RE whilst developing their oracy and group skills.
AQA A Level - Police Recorded Crime Statistics
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AQA A Level - Police Recorded Crime Statistics

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This lesson is an AQA A Level lesson on police-recorded statistics of crime. Includes: Home learning WALTs and WILFs DARTs activity exam question Think, pair, share Formative assessment The textbook referred to is the Collins Year 2 Sociology book.
Prison Conditions and Prison Chaplains
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Prison Conditions and Prison Chaplains

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Lesson for the new WJEC spec that looks at how and why prison conditions have changed and the role of prison chaplains. Activities and notes: Discussion about current conditions in UK prisons Key terms John Howard and Elizabeth Fry (video and info from new WJEC book - see notes section on slide) Facilities in modern prisons Role of prison chaplains
Oracy-based KS3 RE - Noah's Ark
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Oracy-based KS3 RE - Noah's Ark

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This lesson is the fourth in an oracy-based KS3 RE programme taught in single periods (50 minutes). It looks at Noah’s Ark and how this could link to the current state of the world and how humans abuse it. Oracy-based RE allows students to explore key concepts and issues in RE whilst developing their oracy and group skills.
Death Penalty/Capital Punishment for new GCSE spec
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Death Penalty/Capital Punishment for new GCSE spec

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Lesson was planned for the new WJEC spec. Information about viewpoints is in the PPT. Lesson looks at: What capital punishment is Where practices it and asks them to consider why Key facts about capital punishment Capital punishment in the UK Liberal/Conservative/Quaker Christian views, majority/abolition Muslim views, Humanists, non-religious views Exam question
Eduqas GCSE 9-1: Christian Views on Creation
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Eduqas GCSE 9-1: Christian Views on Creation

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This is a lesson on Christian views on creation which focuses on the 2 Genesis stories and comparing and contrasting them. Includes: WALTS and WILFS DARTS Exam questions Home learning Differentiation Formative assessment
KS3 RE - Why is there suffering? Oracy-based SOL
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KS3 RE - Why is there suffering? Oracy-based SOL

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This is a SOL which is based around oracy skills and the RE content of suffering. It is based on students having a 1 double-period lesson every 2 weeks. Also included is a knowledge organiser for this unit. Includes: WALTs WILFs Home learning Formative assessment