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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 Citizenship: Rights and Responsibilities: Who is likely to be a criminal?
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AQA 9-1 Citizenship: Rights and Responsibilities: Who is likely to be a criminal?

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A lesson full of activities and discussion points. The lesson also includes a source exam question worth 4 marks for students to apply their knowledge to. Outcomes: To outline what social, political and economic causes of crime are. To explain what factors in a persons life can lead to crime To evaluate if people are naturally more likely to become a criminal or turn to crime
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 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
AQA 9-1 GCSE Religious Studies: Christian Practices: Christian responses to persecution
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AQA 9-1 GCSE Religious Studies: Christian Practices: Christian responses to persecution

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This lesson comes fully resourced with discussion activities an around the room task etc. The lesson links to page 61-62 of the purple Christianity OXFORD textbook. The lesson ends with shorter exam questions as a plenary Outcomes Must describe what persecution means and how Christians have been persecuted through history Should explain how and why Christians respond to persecution Could consider if persecution is a force for good or evil
Living The Muslim Life: Ten Obligatory Acts and The Five Pillars Into lesson. Edexcel B (9-1) GCSE
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Living The Muslim Life: Ten Obligatory Acts and The Five Pillars Into lesson. Edexcel B (9-1) GCSE

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An introductory lesson that supplements the Oxford Textbook for this course. Using pages 77-78. I have split the lesson into two halves - it is designed for a 2 hr double lesson so some tasks allow students to get out their seats and gather information etc. (all activities resourced but can be easily adapted) The lesson has: 1. Clear outcomes 2. Discussion activities 3. Comprehension tasks 4. Information sheets 5. A range of activities 6. Exam questions with model answers and opportunity for peer assessment.
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: Christian Practices: Mission and evangelism
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Christian Practices: Mission and evangelism

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A lesson that comes with a variety of worksheets to support the teaching of mission and evangelism in the church Outcomes: Must: Outline the keywords and describe what a missionary and evangelist is Should: Explain why missionary work and evangelism is considered important Could: Evaluate whether Christians should evangelise
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 9-1 Religious Studies: Relationship and Families - Marriage in Christianity
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies: Relationship and Families - Marriage in Christianity

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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
AQA 9-1 Religious Studies/ Christian Beliefs: The role of Christ in salvation.
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AQA 9-1 Religious Studies/ Christian Beliefs: The role of Christ in salvation.

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A lesson that supplements the textbook endorsed by OXFORD press along with discussion activities and a re-cap on prior learning. The lesson heavily focusses on writing a successful 12 mark answer - lots of differentiated printable resources and activities are attached to support the teaching of structuring a 12 mark answer Lesson Outcomes To describe the role Jesus plays in salvation To explain why atonement is an important belief To evaluate whether The crucifixion is more important than the resurrection’