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GCSE Judaism - Shekhinah (2 Lessons)
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GCSE Judaism - Shekhinah (2 Lessons)

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First lesson introduces tests knowledge from the previous lesson, the idea of Shekhinah and includes a task to search for quotes in the Torah (I used a class set of Bibles). The second lesson starts by looking at divergent views within Judaism - introducing Liberal/Reform and Orthodox views. As well as introducing Maimonides as a source of Wisdom and Authority. This then links to different views about the Shekhinah.
GCSE Judaism - The Mitzvot
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GCSE Judaism - The Mitzvot

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This lesson looks at the nature and importance of the Mitzvot and the relationship between the Mitzvot and Free-will. Main task is a rotation task. Students use the relevant information to fill in the boxes on their worksheet. Lesson includes a ppt, activity, worksheet, starter and homework.
Interpretations of Genesis
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Interpretations of Genesis

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A lesson that I use with year 7 as part of my Genesis Scheme of Work. The aim is to recap the 6 day creation story (done in previous lesson). Get students to think about the difference between a literal truth and a metaphorical truth. Then we look at how different groups of Christians (Liberal, Conservative and Catholic) and how they interpret the Bible and Genesis 1. Although I use this with year 7, this could be used up to GCSE level with little adaptation. Included - PPT to guide you through the lesson that includes tasks, starter, discussions. There is additional tasks if you have time. Other Lessons in this scheme of work can be found on TES. Genesis 1- 6 Days of Creation 2. Interpretations of Genesis THIS LESSON The Garden of Eden The Fall of Adam and Eve Noah’s Ark The Covenant with Abraham Moses With more lessons to follow
GCSE Judaism - The Covenant of Abraham (2 Lessons)
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GCSE Judaism - The Covenant of Abraham (2 Lessons)

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The first lesson tells the story of Abraham - links to clips from YouTube. Class can then do put the story in order task. Lesson has ppt, starter, handouts, homework included. The second lesson looks at evaluating the Covenant with Abraham - introducing how to evaluate a (d) part question - starter, handout, planning task, d part template and homework included. With lesson ppt as well.
NEW EDEXCEL GCSE 60 Catholic Christianity Keyword Revision Cards (15 for each topic)
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NEW EDEXCEL GCSE 60 Catholic Christianity Keyword Revision Cards (15 for each topic)

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This revision resource can be used in class or can be given to students to make into revision cards. Sets of cards can be printed on different coloured card, cut out and stuck back-to-back with keyword one side, definition the other. Alternative if you like to play ‘I have the answer’ with a class you make these cards so that a student reads out the keyword (or definition depending on how you like to play) and another student responds if they think they have the definition on a different card - this takes a little planning to ensure that you choose a path through the keywords that covers all but its good fun.
Year 7 Introduction to RE (Full Lesson with homework task)
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Year 7 Introduction to RE (Full Lesson with homework task)

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This lesson is aimed at year 7 students as an introduction to RE and why it is important to study. Its a nice simple starter lesson that all students find engaging! It also gives you a chance to get to know the students. The lesson gives students a chance to think about what they have learned at primary school, come up with reasons about why you should student RE and evaluate the best and worst reasons for studying the subject. Along the way there is some extension questions to keep students engaged and focused. Included - link to a clip, cut and stick sorting activity, homework task, ppt to guide you through the lesson with lesson outcomes, differentiation, task explanation.
GCSE Judaism - Messiah & Messianic Age (2 Lessons)
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GCSE Judaism - Messiah & Messianic Age (2 Lessons)

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Two lessons are included here. One focused around the Messiah and then the Messianic Age. You could combine resources perhaps and put it into one lesson. There is a starter, worksheets and handouts. There is a starter activity but its quite time consuming so I would only do part of it
GCSE Judaism Beliefs - The Nature of the Almighty (2 Lessons)
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GCSE Judaism Beliefs - The Nature of the Almighty (2 Lessons)

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Lesson for the Almighty includes a keyword test, information about characteristics of the almighty, draw the line task and a template to complete the © part question. This lesson includes a keyword test which I told students to revise for homework in a previous lesson. In this previous lesson I got students to decorate their new exercise book and back it before discussing the keywords and setting the homework - I’ve added these resources too (ppt, keywords to decorate, homework) Finally in a third lesson I went into a little more detail with Jewish Beliefs about the Almighty and did a rotation task and students were asked to fill in a sheet. This ppt, worksheet and rotation information is included. Hope you find it useful. We do Edexcel Exam but it could be useful for other examboards.
Noah's Ark -Genesis
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Noah's Ark -Genesis

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A lesson that I use with year 7 as part of my Genesis Scheme of Work. The aim is to get students familiar with Noah’s Ark and covenant that God made with Noah. This is linked at the start of the lesson to original sin. Although I use this with year 7, this could be used up to GCSE level with little adaptation. Included - PPT to guide you through the lesson, task templates, a variety of worksheets so students can choose their own path for their learning, answers for some of the tasks, starter activity, printable version of Noah’s Ark and a brief plenary. Other Lessons in this scheme of work can be found on TES. Genesis 1 - 6 Days of Creation Interpretations of Genesis The Garden of Eden The Fall of Adam and Eve 5. Noah’s Ark - THIS LESSON Abraham Moses More lessons to follow.
The Fall of Adam and Eve - Genesis
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The Fall of Adam and Eve - Genesis

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A lesson that I use with year 7 as part of my Genesis Scheme of Work. The aim is to get students thinking about the keywords - sin, crime and free will. Understand the term first sin/original sin and the repercussions of the first sin for humanity. Although I use this with year 7, this could be used up to GCSE level with little adaptation. Included - PPT to guide you through the lesson, templates for tasks (Questions), drawing activity task and quiz style plenary. Other Lessons in this scheme of work can be found on TES. Genesis 1 - 6 Days of Creation Interpretations of Genesis The Garden of Eden 4. The Fall of Adam and Eve- THIS LESSON Noah’s Ark The Covenant with Abraham Moses With more lessons to follow
GCSE Judaism Beliefs - Moses and The Decalogue (2 Lessons)
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GCSE Judaism Beliefs - Moses and The Decalogue (2 Lessons)

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Aimed at GCSE students - Two Lesson give the history and nature of the Covenant at Sinai - first lesson focuses on the role of Moses. Second Lesson discussing different understandings of the Decalogue and it’s importance for Jews today. Lessons include presentations, brief starter, worksheets, and a variety of activities.
Genesis 1 - 6 Days of Creation
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Genesis 1 - 6 Days of Creation

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A lesson that I use with year 7 as part of my Genesis Scheme of Work. The aim is to get students familiar with the 6 day creation story, be able to describe the days and start thinking about what the story tells us about the nature of God. Although I use this with year 7, this could be used up to GCSE level with little adaptation. Included - PPT to guide you through the lesson, templates for tasks (storyboard and notes), additional support for low ability students, and a printable version of Genesis 1. Other Lessons in this scheme of work can be found on TES. 1. Genesis1 - 6 Days of Creation - THIS LESSON 2. Interpretations of Genesis 3. The Garden of Eden 4. The Fall of Adam and Eve 5. Noah’s Ark 6. The Covenant with Abraham 7. Moses With more lessons to follow
Moses - Genesis
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Moses - Genesis

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A lesson that I use with year 7 as part of my Genesis Scheme of Work. The aim is to get students familiar with the story of Moses from the Bible. The PPT includes a family tree that links Abraham (from the previous lesson) to the Hebrews in Egypt. Students should be able to describe important events from Moses life and learn the 10 commandments. Although I use this with year 7, this could be used up to GCSE level with little adaptation. Included - PPT to guide you through the lesson, starter activity recapping previous lesson (Abraham), links to a clip of the story of Moses, creative booklet task with differentiated options available and a card game. Card game with need to be prepared in advance for the lesson. Other Lessons in this scheme of work can be found on TES. Genesis 1 - 6 Days of Creation Interpretations of Genesis The Garden of Eden The Fall of Adam and Eve Noah’s Ark The Covenant with Abraham 7. Moses - THIS LESSON More lessons to follow.
Garden of Eden (Genesis)
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Garden of Eden (Genesis)

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A lesson that I use with year 7 as part of my Genesis Scheme of Work. The aim is to get students familiar with Genesis 2 as well as recap on Genesis 1. Recap what a Conservative Christian may believe about Genesis 1 (Literal view). Demonstrate an understanding of some of the truths from Genesis 1. Then read as a class or in small groups Genesis 2 using a script and complete a comprehension task. Although I use this with year 7, this could be used up to GCSE level with little adaptation. Included - PPT to guide you through the lesson with task descriptions and feedback, a printable script of Genesis 2, tasks and a homework Other Lessons in this scheme of work can be found on TES. Genesis 1 - 6 Days of Creation Interpretations of Genesis 3. The Garden of Eden THIS LESSON The Fall of Adam and Eve Noah’s Ark Abraham Moses With more lessons to follow
The Covenant with Abraham - Genesis
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The Covenant with Abraham - Genesis

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A lesson that I use with year 7 as part of my Genesis Scheme of Work. The lesson starts with a recap from the previous lesson (Noah’s Ark) but the main aim of the lesson is to get students familiar with Abraham and his covenant with God. Students should be able to define a covenant and be able to give details of the promises made on both sides. Although I use this with year 7, this could be used up to GCSE level with little adaptation. Included - PPT to guide you through the lesson, templates for exam questions, starter task, worksheet and homework Other Lessons in this scheme of work can be found on TES. Genesis 1 - 6 Days of Creation Interpretations of Genesis The Garden of Eden The Fall of Adam and Eve Noah’s Ark 6. The Covenant with Abraham - THIS LESSON Moses More lessons to follow.
Genesis: Creation, The Fall of Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham and Moses (7 Lessons)
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Genesis: Creation, The Fall of Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham and Moses (7 Lessons)

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7 lessons that focus on Genesis - the first book of the Bible. Aimed at year 7 students although could be used up to GCSE level as content is similar to Edexcel GCSE specification. Order of Lessons: Genesis 1 - 6 Days of Creation Interpretations of Genesis The Garden of Eden The Fall of Adam and Eve Noah’s Ark The Covenant with Abraham Moses Each lesson is complete with outcomes, starter, plenaries and activities.
Catholic Christianity Revision (Each topic fits onto 1 A3 Page)
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Catholic Christianity Revision (Each topic fits onto 1 A3 Page)

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I produced a resource last year that attempts to squeeze all of the content for a single topic onto one page - print in A3 or the text will be too small. A lot of different sets in Year 11 found this resource useful and preferred it to the exam booklets. 1 page - Catholic Beliefs and Teachings 1 page - Practices 1 page - Sources of Wisdom and Authority 2 pages - Forms of Expression and Way of Life (Print back to back - or separately - had to produce an extra page for the symbols and images.