Religious Studies GCSE AQA 2016 Spec Buddhist Practices Lesson 8. Festivals (Wesak and Parinirvana Day) Need iPads for this lesson as it involved independent learning/research Learning Intentions: To understand the difference between festivals and retreats To analyse the significance of Buddhist festivals
Info - How to answer exam questions p.2 Info - PEEEL essay structure p.3 Info - Possible essay questions 9.4-8 Info - All quotes for topics, including a “cheat sheet” p.9-17 Task - Quotes “cheat sheet” – which topics do they link to p.18-19 Task - Personal Learning Checker (PLC’s) p.20-23 Task - Planning for 4 mark influences questions – Christianity and Buddhism p.24-34 Task - Planning for 4 and 5 mark questions - Themes p.35-46 Possible essay questions and quotes sheets are not my own.
Religious Studies GCSE AQA 2016 Spec Buddhist Practices Lesson 9. Kamma (Karma) and Rebirth Homework on the 5 Moral Precepts and 6 Paramita's included
Religious Studies GCSE AQA 2016 Spec Buddhist Practices 5. Meditation #2 Vipassana Meditation and Visualisation Learning Intentions: To understand the technique of vipassana meditation To understand the practice of visualisation in Mahayana Buddhism
Religious Studies GCSE AQA 2016 Spec Buddhist Practices Lesson 7. Death Ceremonies and Rituals - Theravada Funeral Rites worksheet belongs to a colleague and this has been priced accordingly Learning Intentions: Describe features of Buddhist funerals. Explain the purpose of Buddhist funerals. Analyse cultural differences in how Buddhists mourn the dead.
AQA Religious Studies GCSE 2016 Spec Buddhist Beliefs and Teachings Lesson 2 - Four Sights Learning Intentions: To know the four sights SG saw and reflect on the effect these would have had on him To evaluate whether the Buddha should have left his family to seek enlightenment
OCR 2016 A Level New Spec Ethics - Situation Ethics 6.Strengths and Weaknesses of Situation Ethics 1st two pages of theStrengths and Weakness handout is a combination of other peoples work
OCR 2016 A Level New Spec Ethics - Natural Moral Law 6. Strengths and Weaknesses of Natural Moral Law LI: - Know how and when you use real world examples in essay - Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of NML, using counter arguments
AQA GCSE 2016 New Spec Component 1 - Study of religions 3.1.1 Buddhism - Beliefs and Teachings The 13 lessons, cover everything on the specification. Many of the lessons are differentiated with High Ability worksheets.
AQA Religious Studies GCSE 2016 Spec Buddhist Beliefs and Teachings Lesson 11+12 - Theravada and Mahayana on human personality and destiny 2 lessons in one.
Works in conjunction with my revision guide - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/buddhism-beliefs-and-practices-revision-guide-aqa-8062-new-spec-2016-11891668 But could also be used along side students own class notes/textbooks etc. Simple tasks - mainly formatted with tables broken down into “what’s” “hows” “whys” etc, and some questions, including a few 4 and 5 markers. Easy way to condense notes and revise in preparation for the exams.
Created the attached work booklets for GCSE. I’ve done parts of the booklets in class (so they correlate to the ppts attached) but other parts can be done at home for revision. It was intended as a work booklet but some parts are more like a revision guide with some heavy content as those were the parts my class didn’t know so well. Pages 12, 13, 19 and 20 are a combination of other people’s work.
Looking at 3 “elements” of creation 7 days of creation (Father), including literalist and non-literalist views and problems/inconsitencies with the story Role of the Word Role of the Spirit
Lesson 6. Meditation #3 Comparison and Evaluation Question - Buddhist Practices - GCSE AQA 2016 Spec
Religious Studies GCSE AQA 2016 Spec Buddhist Practices Lesson 6. Meditation #3 To compare the different types of meditation and plan and write an essay Learning Intentions: To reflect on the different types of meditation practices and analyse their strengths and weaknesses To complete a 12 mark question
This is a list of all potential 4, 5 and 12 mark questions I could think of. 4 and 5 mark are largely the same. The 12 mark section is constantly being updated...
Religious Studies GCSE AQA 2016 Spec Buddhist Practices Lesson 12. Five Precepts and Six Perfections Students have already studied these topics so this is a recap and focus on exam technique. Learning Intentions: Check understanding through flipped learning tasks Evaluate the difficulty of following the five precepts in a 12 mark question
Learning Intentions: Consider the various forms of prejudice and discrimination that are occurring around the world and in our lives Analyse what other people are doing to tackle these issues Reflect on what appropriate actions you can take to reduce or stop these actions Lesson can be differentiated appropriately for a range of secondary school ages