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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.
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.
AQA 9-1 Religious Studies : Reasons for Crime Islam and Christianity
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies : Reasons for Crime Islam and Christianity

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A lesson that looks at the reasons people commit crime with a focus upon keywords and religious responses. The lesson culminates in a comprehensive look at a 12 mark question with a variety of planning resources: Including a PEEL paragraph example Exam writing frames (differentiated) Exam phrases mat A WAGOLL Mark schemes
AQA 9-1 Religious Studies. Christian PracticesRevision Worksheets
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies. Christian PracticesRevision Worksheets

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A set of worksheets to help students revise the Christian Practices unit. Each sheet defines the keyword/ summarises some key information/ allows students to complete activities and tasks to support their revision. I created these for my y11 in preparation for an upcoming mock. Students completed them as homework
AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Crime and Punishment. Christian attitudes to the treatment of criminals
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Crime and Punishment. Christian attitudes to the treatment of criminals

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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
AQA 9-1 Religious Studies GCSE. Christian Beliefs: The crucifixion
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies GCSE. Christian Beliefs: The crucifixion

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A lesson designed to look at the crucifixion of Jesus complete with a range of activities. A printable set of worksheets are on the PowerPoint along with an in depth worksheet exploring the symbolism of the cross and its importance to Christians today. The lesson ends upon a 4 mark answer Lesson outcomes: Must: describe what the cross symbolises Should: Explain how the belief in the crucifixion influences a Christian today Could:. Evaluate whether you think it is the most important belief
AQA 9-1 Religious Studies GCSE: Christian Practices - Festivals
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies GCSE: Christian Practices - Festivals

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A lesson that explores the purpose and importance of Christmas and Easter. Complete with worksheets/ discussion activities / a 5 mark question with a suggested strategy. I have also attached additional Holy Week activities that arent on the PowerPoint but could also be incorporated into the lesson and used Outcomes: Must: Describe what happens at Christmas and Easter Should: Explain why Christmas/ Easter are important Christian festival Could: Evaluate which festival you think is most important.
AQA Religious Studies 9-1 an Introduction lesson for the Peace and Conflict Theme
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AQA Religious Studies 9-1 an Introduction lesson for the Peace and Conflict Theme

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This lesson looks at the key concepts of: Peace/ Justice/ Forgiveness/ Reconciliation. The lesson is designed to introduce students to what each key term means and link it to both Christian and Muslim attitudes. I have created a worksheet with all key information on and a student task sheet so that they can elicit the key information. Outcomes: Must know what some of the key terms and themes are in the Peace and Conflict unit Should explain why peace, justice, forgiveness and reconciliation are concepts that link together Could Evaluate whether peace, justice, forgiveness and reconciliation are concepts that are achievable.
AQA Religious Studies GCSE 9-1: Christian Beliefs - Sin and Salvation
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AQA Religious Studies GCSE 9-1: Christian Beliefs - Sin and Salvation

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A lesson that supports the new 9-1 AQA spec. A variety of activities (more than a lessons worth) lots of printable worksheets and discussion activities with suggested youtube clips. Students can also look at a model 5/5 answer and write their own response. Lesson Outcomes Must: Define what Christians mean by sin and salvation Should: Explain how the original sin links to explaining sin and salvation in Christianity Could: Evaluate whether everyone can be saved.
AQA 9-1 Religious Studies GCSE - Religion and Life: Origins of the Universe
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies GCSE - Religion and Life: Origins of the Universe

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A full lesson equipped with activities/ suggested clips etc. The lesson ends with an exam question plenary Outcomes: To know and describe Christian beliefs about the origins of the Universe. To explain different opinions about the origins of the universe To evaluate whether the creation story should be understood as the literal truth
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
AQA 9-1 GCSE Religious Studies: Christian beliefs - The ascension and ressurection
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AQA 9-1 GCSE Religious Studies: Christian beliefs - The ascension and ressurection

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A lesson equipped with a variety of activities and suggested clips. It links to the OXFORD textbook and has a variety of printable worksheets upon the slides Lesson outcomes: Must: Know what the ascension and resurrection are and describe key Christian beliefs. Should: Explain why the ascension and resurrection are important events in the life of Jesus Could: Analyse what the ascension and resurrection teach a Christian about their faith in God and Jesus.
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: Relationships and Familes (Gender equality in Christianity)
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Relationships and Familes (Gender equality in Christianity)

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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