AQA 9-1 GCSE Religious Studies: Peace and Conflict - Islam and Pacifism

AQA 9-1 GCSE Religious Studies: Peace and Conflict - Islam and Pacifism

This lesson starts with a quick quiz then looks Islamic responses to pacifism using the Green OXFORD textbook (a printable worksheet is available). Students then are encouraged to partake in a silent debate to plan a 12 marker. There's also activities centred upon planning the 12 marker with various templates and worksheets Outcomes: Must: Describe what Muslim attitudes are to pacifism Explain Why it is difficult for Muslims to identify themselves as pacifists Evaluate How the ummah helps a Muslim to feel at peace
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AQA GCSE 9-1 Religious Studies: Peace and Conflict. Christianity and Pacifism

AQA GCSE 9-1 Religious Studies: Peace and Conflict. Christianity and Pacifism

A lesson that focusses upon biblical teachings for pacifism and Pax Christi as a case study. Students should use the textbook and the various information available to complete a campaign leaflet for pacifism. The PowerPoint comes complete with a success criteria and all resources required. The starter activity focusses upon the biblical quotes I would suggest students learn for the exam. Differentiated information and activities are also provided The end of lesson task is a 5 mark question with a suggested writing process and self/ peer assessment opportunity Outcomes: Must: Describe what pacifism is Should: Explain why some Christians believe in Pacifism Could: Evaluate whether pacifism is an appropriate response to war
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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 9-1 GCSE Religious Studies: Themes - Peace and Conflict. Islam and a Just War

AQA 9-1 GCSE Religious Studies: Themes - Peace and Conflict. Islam and a Just War

This lesson is based on the OXFORD textbook endorsed for this exam and worksheets have been used to support the information within it. The lesson has a variety of discussion points/ re-cap on previous learning and a look at the 5 mark exam answer with model answers for students to look at and assess The lesson outcomes are: Must: To describe the conditions in which a Muslim will say it is acceptable to go to war. Should: To explain why Muslims believe what they do (using Qur’an quotations and keywords) Could: To evaluate whether a Muslim should go to war in certain situations
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AQA Religious Studies: Christian Beliefs: The Nature of God

AQA Religious Studies: Christian Beliefs: The Nature of God

Lesson outcomes: To describe what omnipotent/ omnibenevolent and God as Just mean To explain why Christians believe that God is omnipotent/ omnibenevolent and just. To evaluate how these beliefs influence a Christian today A lesson that uses page 10-11 of the Oxford textbook to explore the Nature of God in Christianity. The lesson has 3 printable worksheets that allow students to explore key words and sources of authority. The lesson has a variety of stretch and challenge/ extension tasks and finishes with a 4 mark exam question (with peer assessment opportunity and advice in how to structure the answer)
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AQA GCSE Religious Studies: Crime and Punishment. Muslim attitudes to the death penalty

AQA GCSE Religious Studies: Crime and Punishment. Muslim attitudes to the death penalty

A lesson with a worksheet that matches page 142-143 of the OXFORD Islam textbook. The lesson starts with a 4 mark question and looks at self assessment and exam technique. The lesson then looks at Shari'ah law and the death penalty with various images/ discussion activities. Students then can end the lesson by writing a 12 mark answer (various writing frames and tools have been added to assist in this) Outcomes: To describe Muslim attitudes to the death penalty To explain religious scripture that links to Muslim belief about the death penalty To evaluate whether you think the death penalty is an effective form of punishment (12 marker)
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Themes Crime and Punishment: Christianity and forgiveness

AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Themes Crime and Punishment: Christianity and forgiveness

A lesson that looks at different examples of forgiveness/ sources of authority etc. Complete with printable worksheets on the PowerPoint. The lesson ends in looking at answering a 4 and 12 mark answer along with models/ peer assessment/ differentiated worksheets etc. Outcomes: Must: Know what Christians teach about forgiveness Should: Explain :why Christians believe in forgiveness using biblical examples Could: Evaluate whether you agree with other’s opinions when talking about forgiveness
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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 Religious Studies 9-1: Crime and Punishment. Muslim attitudes to the treatment of criminals

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

A lesson that explores Muslim attitudes to the treatment of criminals. One slide can be printed off as a worksheet. The lesson supplements the Green Oxford textbook written for the course. Pages 138-139 There's an opportunity for students to write an exam question (the PowerPoint contains exam guidance and peer assessment opportunities) Learning Outcomes: Must: Describe Muslim responses to the treatment of criminals Should: Explain your own opinion Could: Evaluate Muslim teachings and offer a personal opinion
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AQA Citizenship 9-1: How a council operates.

AQA Citizenship 9-1: How a council operates.

A worksheet that is differentiated for my low ability y10. A variety of activities that supplement the Hodder textbook allowing students to acquire knowledge of how a council operates. Activities are labelled: must/ should/ could
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AQA Citizenship 9-1 Life in Modern Britain: How can the UK help in International Conflicts?

AQA Citizenship 9-1 Life in Modern Britain: How can the UK help in International Conflicts?

A lesson that addresses different ways the UK can help in International conflict which supplements te AQA endorsed Hodder textbook. Complete with suggested video clips/ exam question plenary/ worksheets etc Lesson Outcomes: Must: Know how the UK can help in international disputes and conflicts Should: Explain the different forms of conflict resolution and strategies used. Could: Evaluate which strategy you think would work the best
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Citizenship AQA 9-1: Politics and Participation: Other forms of voting in the UK

Citizenship AQA 9-1: Politics and Participation: Other forms of voting in the UK

This lesson supports the textbook written by Hodder and has a variety of activities for students to assess different forms of voting (including an around the room activity. The lesson culminates in a set of exam questions and an 8 mark evaluation question. With writing frames/ differentiated structures Outcomes: To describe what the other forms of voting are. To explain the advantages and disadvantages of each. To evaluate whether the voting system in the UK is fair
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