This is the penultimate lesson in the lessons i have created on Evil and suffering unit
This lesson explores genocides and both religious and non religious responses to genocides and whether genocides challenges the nature of God.
I have attached the power point and the link for the free resources that accompany this lesson is below:
This lesson explores why God allows suffering to happen and looks at various reason reasons such as the story of job and soul making.
This lesson was planned for KS3 (year9)m however there are overlaps between the lesson and the GCSE content and includes an exam style question at the end of the lesson.
There is a document on Freewill included in the files, this can be given as homework before students complete the exam question or can be included as part of the lesson.
This Lesson is differentiated for students and includes a variety of tasks where students can reach their outcomes.
Tasks in red are compulsory
I would then suggest that students do the coloured tasks that they find challenging for them e.g. if a student find the blue tasks most challenging then they can only do them tasks.
I have used two resources from the bible society the links are below:
Slide 5- Card sort https://educationresources.biblesociety.org.uk/common/pdf/ks3/CEV/Suffering/suffering cards.pdf
Slide 6 -story of Job https://educationresources.biblesociety.org.uk/common/pdf/eduqas/eduqas6.pdf
A KS3 lesson used for year 7s.
This lesson allows students to look at children living in poverty around the world. includes pictures of chilren living in poverty and students can use them to develop empathy skills and look at the link between poverty and human rights
Created whilst on my PGCE hope it is useful
This lesson looks at the human rights agreed in the UNDHR. The lesson allows students to explore which human rights they think are important as well as understanding that human rights are interdependent
introduction to sociology.
are introduced to different concepts within sociology and have to find an article and explain how it links to sociology.
the idea is that students can see that sociology is relevant to every aspect of life
A fun way to plan possible 12 mark questions.
Students plan an answer to a 12 mark question and then present it to the rest of the class, students takee notes on the plan and then answer one of the 12 mark questions .