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I am an RE teacher and have been teaching 7 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 7 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.
Citizenship AQA 9-1. Politics and Participation Unit: The values underpinning democracy.
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Citizenship AQA 9-1. Politics and Participation Unit: The values underpinning democracy.

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A lesson that explores the 3 values that underpin a democratic society with a variety of activities. eg. card sort/ image enquiry etc. All resources are included. Outcomes are: Define the key terms rights, freedoms and responsibilities. Explain why rights, freedoms and responsibilities are important values within a democracy. Evaluate whether rights, freedoms and responsibilities make society fair and just.
AQA 9-1 Citizenship GCSE: Life in Modern Britain: UK and Identity - The Windrush Scandal
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AQA 9-1 Citizenship GCSE: Life in Modern Britain: UK and Identity - The Windrush Scandal

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This lesson uses current affairs for students to look at what identity and what it means to be British means to different people. The lesson then concludes with students thinking about the positives and negatives of living in a multicultural society. Complete with activities/ suggested clips and exam practice Outcomes: To know what the Windrush Scandal was. To explain how immigrants shape our British Identity To evaluate what problems and benefits there can be in a multicultural society
AQA 9-1 Religious studies. 12 marker technique . Complete with teaching tools
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AQA 9-1 Religious studies. 12 marker technique . Complete with teaching tools

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A lesson planned with a whole variety of resources to help students practice and write the perfect 12 mark answer. It includes slides that are printable as teaching aids throughout the course. This lesson took a lot of thought and time to plan so please rate it. The lesson includes : A starter activity Mark scheme task for students to identify the key ingredients of a 12 mark answer How to write a successful PEER paragraph (complete with a printable PEER phrase mat/ example paragraph students need to highlight) An exam question model answer (WAGOLL) An exam question planning sheet A set of arguments for and against for students to order Differentiated writing frames
AQA 9-1 Relationships and families: The nature and purpose of families in Christianity
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AQA 9-1 Relationships and families: The nature and purpose of families in Christianity

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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.
AQA Religious Studies 9-1: Relationships and families - Gender Equality (Islam)
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AQA Religious Studies 9-1: Relationships and families - Gender Equality (Islam)

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This lesson includes a variety of information gathering activities/ suggested video clips and discussion points. I have also completed a comprehensive information sheet which clearly outlines Muslim beliefs about gender equality to support the lesson and activities within it. Outcomes: To explain what Muslim beliefs are about the roles of men and women in the family To explain what the Qur’an teaches about the role of men and women To evaluate whether you think men and women are truly equal
Christian Creeds. The Nicene and Apostles Creed. Design your own!
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Christian Creeds. The Nicene and Apostles Creed. Design your own!

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This lesson allows students to read the Nicene/ Apostles creed and pick out key Christian teachings and keywords. I usually place students into groups to complete this task. In addition the Nicene Creed is the longest so I usually give this the more able students. Question sheets are provided to allow students to jot down their ideas. Once students have completed the various activities I allow students to create a personal creed. Resources: Nicene and Apostles Creed Worksheet of guidance questions for each creed PowerPoint with activities and guidance
What if the world was perfect? The Problem of Evil
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What if the world was perfect? The Problem of Evil

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Lesson 1: Why is there evil in the world? Various activities exploring different types of evil. a) A game to play b) Activities centred upon the Black Eyed Peas 'Where is the love?' Lesson 2: What if the world was perfect? A creative lesson for students to explore various arguments when looking at the problem of evil. Contains: a) PowerPoint with activities and outcomes b) A homework task c) Differentiated comic strips for the final task where students need to produce an argument. d) Resources to compliment the PowerPoint tasks I use this lesson to introduce argument writing through the medium of debate and the use of the comic strip
AQA (9-1) GCSE Christian Beliefs: Christian beliefs about creation
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AQA (9-1) GCSE Christian Beliefs: Christian beliefs about creation

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A lesson exploring Christian beliefs about creation that follows the new AQA spec. The lesson outcomes are: Must: Explain what Christians believe about creation Should: Explain irregularities in the story and start to judge if it’s myth or literal truth Could: Evaluate the meaning the creation story has for different people. The lesson includes slides that can be printed as worksheets to supplement the AQA endorsed OXFORD textbook. The lesson includes suggested video clips and activities/ questions for discussion/ a practice 4 mark question/ peer assessment opportunity using a model answer on the PowerPoint.
Jesus Parables
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Jesus Parables

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A creative lesson that allows students to understand what the word parable means and why Jesus used parables to teach moral messages. The lesson has clear activities and outcomes. Students are encouraged to research a parable (A selection from the Bible are attached) and explain what they have learnt from the parable (there are a choice of activities ranging from drama to a newspaper article). Students also have the option to rewrite their own parable and give a moral message.