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North East Religious Studies Tutoring

I am a professional tutor, proofreader, and study guide writer, specialising in religious studies and philosophy. I have been tutoring and writing since 2013 and offer a range of resources, from revision guides, to worksheets, to lesson plans, each of which is tailored to the required syllabus.

I am a professional tutor, proofreader, and study guide writer, specialising in religious studies and philosophy. I have been tutoring and writing since 2013 and offer a range of resources, from revision guides, to worksheets, to lesson plans, each of which is tailored to the required syllabus.
Revision Guide on Life after Death (AQA A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on Life after Death (AQA A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide to the self and the afterlife, which is tailored to the AQA exam board. The guide contains information on dualism, materialism, resurrection, reincarnation, and Hick's replica theory. It also contains discussion questions, a background on the key critical thinkers, and exam style questions that are specifically tailored to the AQA board. You can familiarise your students with the content, using the discussion questions to guide them. You can then test their knowledge by using the exam style questions, while ensuring that they are familiar with the important thinkers in the field. This guide also serves as an interactive learning tool for private study, which should make learning productive and enjoyable, thereby increasing your students' chances of getting the grades they deserve.
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Revision Guide on Free Will and Determinism (AQA A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on Free Will and Determinism (AQA A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide on the Free Will and Determinism, which you can use for private study. This guide covers all the topics required for the AQA exam board, including free will, hard and soft determinism, libertarianism, and predestination. It also contains discussion questions, exam style questions, and a background on the key critical thinkers. You can use this resource by going through the discussion questions on the handout with your students, ensuring that you read the material beforehand. You can then test their knowledge by going through the exam style questions, while ensuring that they are familiar with the key thinkers in the field. This guide also serves as an interactive learning tool for private study, which should make learning productive and enjoyable, thereby increasing your students' chances of getting the grades they deserve.
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Revision Guide on Utilitarianism (OCR A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on Utilitarianism (OCR A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide on utilitarianism, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the OCR exam board, including the difference between act and rule utilitarianism, as well as their strengths and weaknesses; John Stuart Mill’s utilitarianism; the implications of utilitarianism; and how utilitarianism can be applied to ethical dilemmas. The revision guide contains revision material; activity questions; essay-writing guidelines; exam-style questions; a mark scheme; and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
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Revision Guide on the Attributes of God (OCR Philosophy of Religion)

Revision Guide on the Attributes of God (OCR Philosophy of Religion)

Revision Guide on the Attributes of God If you’re struggling to teach your students the ever-complex module on the Attributes of God, but are short on time, then this resource is just right for you! The guide covers the core topics from the OCR syllabus, including notions (and difficulties) of omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence, etc. It also has a background on the key critical thinkers in the field, as well as multiple-choice questions and exam style questions. Help your students learn the topics in detail while saving yourself hours of writing revision resources. Let the students learn the pros and cons of each position in the debate about God so they can test their knowledge through both the multiple-choice and exam questions. When your learners have finished with this guide, they should be well-prepared for their exam and able to meet their target grades. Give this guide a try, and help your students reach their true potential!
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Work Scheme on Sufism (OCR A2 Islam)

Work Scheme on Sufism (OCR A2 Islam)

This resource is a work scheme on Sufism, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the OCR exam board, including Sufi thought and practice, Sufi orders, Sufism and theosophical Islam, and Sufism traditional Islam. The lessons contain a mixture of presentations, worksheets, class debates, quizzes, and an essay-writing tutorial. The 50-page revision guide contains revision material, activity questions, essay-writing guidelines, exam-style questions, and a mark scheme. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
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Revision Guide on Miracles (EdExcel A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on Miracles (EdExcel A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide on EdExcel Miracles. Using the contents page, you can navigate your way through the revision material; key critical thinkers; discussion questions; exam style questions; tips for writing essays; and the mark scheme. The revision material covers the required topics thoroughly, including Hume's arguments against miracles and their weaknesses; arguments from Aquinas, Lewis, Polkinghorne, and Wiles; the difficulties raised by the idea of an interventionist God; and the theological significance of miracles. You can then test your knowledge using the discussion and exam style questions, which are specifically tailored to the EdExcel board. The mark scheme and guidelines for how to write essays will help you with this task immensely. You can also familiarise yourself with the key thinkers in the field using the background sheet. This resource makes learning interactive and enjoyable, giving yourself the best chance possible to get the grade you deserve!
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Revision Guide on Religious Experiences (A Level OCR Philosophy of Religion)

Revision Guide on Religious Experiences (A Level OCR Philosophy of Religion)

This resource is a revision guide on the religious experiences, which contains revision material; discussion questions; a background on the key critical thinkers; exam style questions; guidelines for how to write essays; and a mark scheme. This guide covers all the topics required for the OCR exam board, including visions, voices, conversions, numinous, mysticism, and revelation. It also contains discussion questions, exam style questions, and a background on the key critical thinkers. You can use this resource by going through the discussion questions on the handout with your students, ensuring that they read the material beforehand. You can then test their knowledge by going through the exam style questions, while ensuring that they are familiar with the key thinkers in the field. This guide also serves as an interactive learning tool for private study, which should make learning productive and enjoyable, thereby increasing your students' chances of getting the grades they deserve.
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Revision Guide on Free Will and Determinism (EdExcel A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on Free Will and Determinism (EdExcel A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide on the Free Will and Determinism, which you can use for private study. This guide covers all the topics required for the EdExcel exam board, including free will, hard and soft determinism, libertarianism, and predestination. It also contains a background on the key critical thinkers, discussion questions, guidelines on how to write essays, exam style questions, and a mark scheme. You can use this resource by going through the discussion questions on the handout with your students, ensuring that you read the material beforehand. You can then test their knowledge by going through the exam style questions, while ensuring that they are familiar with the key thinkers in the field. You can guide them on how to answer questions using the guidelines given in the guide, as well as the mark scheme. This guide also serves as an interactive learning tool for private study, which should make learning productive and enjoyable, thereby increasing your students' chances of getting the grades they deserve.
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Revision Guide on Utilitarianism (WJEC A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on Utilitarianism (WJEC A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide on utilitarianism, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the WJEC exam board, including the difference between act and rule utilitarianism, as well as their strengths and weaknesses; John Stuart Mill’s utilitarianism; the implications of utilitarianism; and how utilitarianism can be applied to ethical dilemmas. The guide contains revision material; activity questions; essay-writing guidelines; exam-style questions; a mark scheme; and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
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Revision Guide on the Ontological Argument (EdExcel A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on the Ontological Argument (EdExcel A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide on the Ontological Argument, which you can use for private study. This guide covers all the topics required for the EdExcel exam board, including the arguments from both Anselm and Rene Descartes, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. It also contains discussion questions, guidelines for writing essay, exam style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. You can use this resource by going through the discussion questions on the handout with your students, ensuring that they read the material beforehand. You can then test their knowledge by going through the exam style questions, while ensuring that they are familiar with the key thinkers in the field. You can then use the essay-writing guidelines and mar scheme to refine your students' writing technique. This guide also serves as an interactive learning tool for private study, which should make learning productive and enjoyable, thereby increasing your students' chances of getting the grades they deserve.
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Revision Guide on Utilitarianism (AQA A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on Utilitarianism (AQA A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide on utilitarianism, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the AQA exam board, including the difference between act and rule utilitarianism, as well as their strengths and weaknesses; John Stuart Mill’s utilitarianism; the implications of utilitarianism; and how utilitarianism can be applied to ethical dilemmas. The guide contains revision material; activity questions; essay-writing guidelines; exam-style questions; a mark scheme; and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
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Revision Guide on Rationalism and Empiricism

Revision Guide on Rationalism and Empiricism

This resource is a revision guide on Rationalism and Empiricism, which is tailored to the AQA exam board. Students will find this pack useful for study because it covers the required topics thoroughly and gives learners the chance to test their knowledge on both discussion and exam style questions. This guide explores the themes of analytic and synthetic propositions, a priori and a posterori knowledge, rationalism, and empiricism. You can use this resource as an activity in lessons by getting your students to read through the material beforehand and then testing their knowledge on the topics through the discussion questions. You can then get them to apply what they've learned to exam style questions that are tailored to the AQA board. This way, you can make the learning as interactive and enjoyable as possible.
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Revision Guide to the Ontological Argument (OCR A Level Philosophy of Religion)

Revision Guide to the Ontological Argument (OCR A Level Philosophy of Religion)

The Ontological Argument Revision Guide If you’re struggling to teach your students the ever-complex module on the Ontological Argument, but are short on time, then this resource is just right for you! The guide covers the core topics from the OCR syllabus, including both Anselm and Descartes’ ontological arguments, and criticisms from Gaunilo, Aquinas, Hume, Kant, etc. It also has a background on the key critical thinkers in the fields, multiple-choice activity questions, guidelines for writing essays, exam style questions, and a mark scheme. Help your students learn the topics in detail while saving yourself hours of writing revision resources. Let the students learn the pros and cons of the ontological arguments so they can test their knowledge through both the multiple-choice and exam questions. You can then use the essay-writing tips and mark scheme to refine your students' essay writing technique. When your learners have finished with this guide, they should be well-prepared for their exam and able to meet their target grades. Give this guide a try, and help your students reach their true potential!
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Revision Guide on the Problem of Evil (EdExcel A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on the Problem of Evil (EdExcel A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide on the Problem of Evil, which you can use for private study. This guide covers all the topics required for the EdExcel exam board, including the logical problem of evil, the unreality of evil argument, the natural theodicy, the soul-making theodicy, and the free will defence, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. It also contains discussion questions, guidelines for how to write essays, exam style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. You can use this resource by going through the discussion questions on the handout with your students, ensuring that they read the material beforehand. You can then test their knowledge by going through the exam style questions, while ensuring that they are familiar with the key thinkers in the field. This guide also serves as an interactive learning tool for private study, which should make learning productive and enjoyable, thereby increasing your students' chances of getting the grades they deserve.
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Presentation on Utilitarianism (AQA A Level Religious Studies)

Presentation on Utilitarianism (AQA A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a PowerPoint presentation on utilitarianism, which you can use for both group teaching and private study. This presentation covers all the topics required for the AQA exam board, including the difference between act and rule utilitarianism, as well as their strengths and weaknesses; John Stuart Mill’s utilitarianism; the implications of utilitarianism; and how utilitarianism can be applied to ethical dilemmas. This resource should greatly aid visual learners, making learning productive, enjoyable, and captivating-thereby giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
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The Problem of Evil Revision Guide (A Level OCR Philosophy of Religion)

The Problem of Evil Revision Guide (A Level OCR Philosophy of Religion)

The Problem of Evil Revision Guide If you’re struggling to teach your students the ever-complex module on The Problem of Evil, but are short on time, then this resource is just right for you! The guide covers the core topics from the OCR syllabus, including the nature of evil, the soul-making theodicy, the free will defence, etc. It also has a background on the key critical thinkers in the field, multiple-choice questions, exam style questions, guidelines on how to write essays, and a mark scheme. Help your students learn the topics in detail while saving yourself hours of writing revision resources. Let the students learn the pros and cons of every position in the debate so they can test their knowledge through both the multiple-choice and exam questions. When your learners have finished with this guide, they should be well-prepared for their exam and able to meet their target grades. Give this guide a try, and help your students reach their true potential!
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Revision Guide on Environmental Ethics (AQA A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on Environmental Ethics (AQA A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide on Environmental Ethics, which you can use for private study. This guide covers all the topics required for the AQA exam board, including issues in environmental ethics; deep and shallow ecology; eco holism and conservation ethics; the Gaia hypothesis; anthropocentrism; and different philosophical responses to environmental ethics (Kant, Natural Law, Utilitarianism, Situation ethics, and the Bible). It also contains discussion questions, exam style questions, and a background on the key critical thinkers. You can use this resource by going through the discussion questions on the handout with your students, ensuring that they read the material beforehand. You can then test their knowledge by going through the exam style questions, while ensuring that they are familiar with the key thinkers in the field. This guide also serves as an interactive learning tool for private study, which should make learning productive and enjoyable, thereby increasing your students' chances of getting the grades they deserve.
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Revision Guide on the Teleological Argument (EdExcel A Level Religious Studies)

Revision Guide on the Teleological Argument (EdExcel A Level Religious Studies)

This resource is a revision guide on the Teleological Argument, which you can use for private study. This guide covers all the topics required for the EdExcel exam board, including the William Paley's design argument and the criticisms from David Hume, John Stuart Mill, Charles Darwin, and Richard Dawkins. It also contains discussion questions, guidelines for writing essays, a mark scheme, exam style questions, and a background on the key critical thinkers. You can use this resource by going through the discussion questions on the handout with your students, ensuring that they read the material beforehand. You can then test their knowledge by going through the exam style questions, while ensuring that you are familiar with the key thinkers in the field. The mark scheme and guidelines for writing essays will also help you improve your students' writing technique. This guide also serves as an interactive learning tool for private study, which should make learning productive and enjoyable, thereby increasing your students' chances of getting the grades they deserve.
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Work Scheme on Jihad (A2 OCR Islam)

Work Scheme on Jihad (A2 OCR Islam)

This resource is a work scheme on jihad, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the OCR exam board, including the different meanings of jihad; the difference between inner and outer jihad; dhikr; jihad and Islamic propagation; holy war; the rules of jihad; jihad between Muslims; the Qur'an on jihad; differences in Sunni and Shi’a interpretations of jihad; and how important is jihad to Islam? The lesson plans contain an introductory session, presentation seminar, class debate, essay-writing workshop, and mock exam. The revision guide contains revision material, activity questions, essay-writing guidelines, exam-style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
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Work Scheme on Miracles (OCR A Level Philosophy of Religion)

Work Scheme on Miracles (OCR A Level Philosophy of Religion)

This resource is a work scheme on miracles, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the OCR exam board, including Hume’s arguments against miracles and their weaknesses; theistic views on miracles; arguments from Flew and Wiles against miracles; miracles and the problem of evil; and miracles and religious pluralism. The lesson plan contains presentations, worksheets, debates, and an essay-writing workshop. The revision guide contains revision material, activity questions, essay-writing guidelines, exam style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
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