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I am an RE teacher and have been teaching 6 years across KS3-KS5. I have taught an abundance of topics (including lessons outside of my subject area). I enjoy creating my own resources that promote: independent learning, creativity and engage all learners. My resources tend to be structured with clear outcomes and lesson challenges. Please message me with enquiries if you would like to find out more.

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I am an RE teacher and have been teaching 6 years across KS3-KS5. I have taught an abundance of topics (including lessons outside of my subject area). I enjoy creating my own resources that promote: independent learning, creativity and engage all learners. My resources tend to be structured with clear outcomes and lesson challenges. Please message me with enquiries if you would like to find out more.
AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Crime and Punishment. Christian attitudes to the treatment of criminals

AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Crime and Punishment. Christian attitudes to the treatment of criminals

A lesson that supplements the OXFORD textbook. A whole lesson with a printable worksheet/ clips with questions to discuss how criminals are treated in prison/ reference to Elizabeth Fry, Sheep and Goats Parable and Jesus teachings/ exam practice and guidance (with differentiated essay structure worksheets for the 12 mark answer) Outcomes: Must: Identify what Christians believe about the treatment of criminals Should: Explain why Christians believe in fair treatment of criminals using biblical teachings Could: Evaluate whether all criminals should be treated with respect
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AQA 9-1 Relationships and families: The nature and purpose of families in Christianity

AQA 9-1 Relationships and families: The nature and purpose of families in Christianity

This lesson serves as an introduction to the role and purpose of the family by looking at different types of family and then moves on to look at Christian beliefs attitudes. There are a variety of worksheets on the slides that are printable. Some are more challenging some lesson challenging. Outcomes are: To describe different types of family To explain Christian beliefs about the role/ purpose of the family To evaluate what you think the most important role of the family is The lesson includes a variety of activities both independent and collaborative.
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Relationship and Families - Marriage in Christianity

AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Relationship and Families - Marriage in Christianity

Outcomes To describe why marriage is important in Christianity To explain how the marriage ceremony reflects the purpose of marriage To evaluate why different groups of Christians have different attitudes to marriage A lesson with a variety of independent activities to discuss and summarise the Christian attitude to the purpose of marriage. The lesson finished with an exam question plenary
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies GCSE: Relationships and families - Christian attitudes to sex

AQA 9-1 Religious Studies GCSE: Relationships and families - Christian attitudes to sex

Outcomes To describe Christian attitudes to sex To explain why for most Christians sex should happen within Marriage To evaluate different opinions and justify your own viewpoint about sex before and outside marriage A lesson with a variety of discussion activities/ printable worksheets on each slide/ suggested video clips. The lesson ends with an in depth exploration of the 12 mark answer with various differentiated writing frames/ mark schemes/ example PEER points
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Citizenship AQA 9-1. Politics and Participation Unit : British Constitution

Citizenship AQA 9-1. Politics and Participation Unit : British Constitution

Within this there are 2 lessons: 1. Outline of what the British Constitution is and how it differs to America. Supplemented with research information sheets. 2. Exam Practice: Benefits of having a written constitution and a source question Each lesson comes with activities/ resources and outcomes. For the exam question lesson there includes advice upon writing and planning the exam question.
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Relationships and Familes (Gender equality in Christianity)

AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Relationships and Familes (Gender equality in Christianity)

A lesson that explores Christian attitudes towards gender equality with a variety of discussion tasks/ suggested youtube clips/ worksheets and a 12 mark essay practice question (with various writing frames). The lesson goes beyond the OXFORD textbook in that I have included some information upon women in the church to stretch the class Outcomes: To define keywords when talking about gender equality To explain different Christian attitudes to gender equality in the family and at church. To evaluate whether men and women are truly equal
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Course Book/Guide for Substance and Property Dualism AQA 2715 Philosophy

Course Book/Guide for Substance and Property Dualism AQA 2715 Philosophy

This book is designed to give an overview of the course and act as a log book for assessments and knowledge. It includes: 1. An intro 2. Assessment/ Essay log 3. Sample Questions 4. Glossary for students to complete 5. Feedback from the teach 6. Personal Learning Checklists 7. Brief overview of each theory - key strengths and criticisms
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Christian Beliefs - The Trinity

AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Christian Beliefs - The Trinity

A lesson with a variety of activities that look at what the parts of the Trinity are. The OXFORD purple textbook will be needed for some comprehension activities. The lesson ends in a 4 mark exam answer with a suggested writing process Must: To define what the trinity is. Should: To explain what the three parts of the Trinity are. Could: To evaluate how each part helps a Christian understand the nature of God
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AQA Citizenship 9-1: Active Citizenship.The media (Jamie Oliver School Dinners) as a way to campaign

AQA Citizenship 9-1: Active Citizenship.The media (Jamie Oliver School Dinners) as a way to campaign

A lesson complete with activities/ suggested clips and information for students to explore how celebrities and the media can be used as a way to campaign and make a change in society Outcomes: To describe key facts about what campaigns Jamie Oliver has been involved in To explain the impact that Jamie’s campaigns have had To evaluate whether celebrities can have an impact in making a difference
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