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A variety of outstanding resources made for teachers of Religious Education. Feedback is always appreciated. If you take the time to leave us a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.

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A variety of outstanding resources made for teachers of Religious Education. Feedback is always appreciated. If you take the time to leave us a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
Christian Symbols and The Tree Of Life Mosaic EDUQAS
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Christian Symbols and The Tree Of Life Mosaic EDUQAS

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Double lesson exploring the Tree of Life Mosaic for Eduqas (Catholic) Origins and Meanings. The lesson explores the use of symbols within Christian art, such as the dove, the lamb, the Chi-Rho, the Alpha and the Omega etc. This is then used to explore the Tree of Life Mosaic and Christian scripture. The second part of the lesson focuses on the skill of evaluating and asks students to consider the concept of Jesus as the second Adam. Students can discuss this in relation to the artwork. The lesson ends with a D question in which students can apply and consolidate their learning. Includes: starter slide (date/title, thinking task, flipped research homework) retrieval starter quiz key words sharing info (round robin/table robin) match up activity video/questions exam practice (success criteria sheet) challenge questions ‘packaway’ plenary revision info and worksheet Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
Judaism Beliefs and Teachings A3 Revision Sheet (Edexcel or Eduqas)
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Judaism Beliefs and Teachings A3 Revision Sheet (Edexcel or Eduqas)

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A3 revision task sheet and revision answer sheet for Judaism Beliefs and Teachings Eduqas or Edexcel. This sheet covers each of the topics on the exam Specs such as the qualities of the Almighty, The Shekinah, The Messiah, Abraham, Moses, Pikuach Nefesh, Mitzvot and Life after Death. The answer sheet can be given to take home to ensure students revise correct information. Instructions Students should complete the sheet from memory. Then read, cover, check, improve. If they use two different coloured pens the student can identify the information they know and the information they need to revise further.
Advent Wreaths- KS3
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Advent Wreaths- KS3

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Lesson on the Advent wreath for Key stage 3. Learning objectives Outline key facts about Advent. Explain the symbols used on the Advent Wreath. Instant resources, ready to open and teach. Printable resources optional - I personally don’t use them to save time!
Abrahamic Covenant Judaism (Eduqas)
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Abrahamic Covenant Judaism (Eduqas)

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Abraham’s Covenant for the Eduqas Judaism Beliefs unit. The lesson focuses specifically on 6 key concepts. God promises Abraham the Promised Land, Blessings and Ancestors (including his son). God asks Abraham to spread monotheism, go to the Promised Land and circumcise the men in his household. Please note the lesson does not look at the sacrifice of Isaac - this is because exam board feedback last year states mark are not awarded for this as it is not an essential part of the covenant. Includes: Starter slide (date/title, thinking task, flipped research homework) Retrieval starter quiz key words sharing info true/false learning check video/questions exam practice (how to and sample answer) challenge questions ‘packaway’ plenary Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore, if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
Creation Scientific Views Big Bang Evolution (Eduqas)
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Creation Scientific Views Big Bang Evolution (Eduqas)

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Double lesson exploring the scientific beliefs about the origins of the universe for Eduqas (Catholic) Origins and Meanings. The lesson explores the views of Stephen Hawking, Georges Lemaitre, Charles Darwin, Paul Davies, Richard Dawkins and Pope John Paul II. The students focus on the scientific theories of the Big Bang and Evolution and Catholic responses to them. I have included information about the Goldilocks enigma as it is covered on the A-Level and provides stretch and challenge for students who are already familiar with other aspects of the lesson. The second part of the lesson focuses on the skill of evaluating and asks students to consider how other scholars would respond to certain views. The lesson ends with a D question in which students can apply and consolidate their learning. Includes: Starter slide (date/title, thinking task, flipped research homework) Retrieval starter quiz key words sharing info true/false learning check video/questions exam practice (success criteria sheet) Match up activity challenge questions ‘packaway’ plenary Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
1.1.4 Stewardship and Dominion (Catholic/Divergent)
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1.1.4 Stewardship and Dominion (Catholic/Divergent)

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GCSE Edexcel Spec A - Beliefs and teachings double lesson 6. Videos: Natwest we are what we do Pope Francis Laudato Si’ animation What is humanism/Are you a humanist YouTube. Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore, if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
Edexcel Catholic Christianity Beliefs and Teachings A3 Revision
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Edexcel Catholic Christianity Beliefs and Teachings A3 Revision

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Double sided A3 revision sheets for Catholic Christianity, Spec A. Created using the spec. One double sided sheet is blank, one is completed. Students should complete from memory and improve. I would recommend two different coloured pens in order to do this effectively. Students can then assess what they know and what they need to know. This lesson takes anywhere between 1 and 2 hours and is an ideal cover lesson as the correct answers bare ready for a supply teacher to refer to. Parents have also found this useful as the answer sheet can be used in order for them to support students with revision. Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore, if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
Edexcel  Arguments for the Existence of God A-Z (Spec A)
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Edexcel Arguments for the Existence of God A-Z (Spec A)

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An A-Z exam booklet covering key topics in the Edexcel Spec A, Catholic Christianity, Arguments for the Existence of God unit of work. This has been designed carefully, therefore all of the definitions and activities given ensure consistent teaching in line with the Spec. Each page generally includes: key definitions a QR code link to a relevant video on YouTube activities to encourage critical thinking key quotes/sources of wisdom and authority exam practice questions (B and D style). Topics included: Attributes/Qualities of God Revelation Visions Miracles Religious Experience The Design Argument the Cosmological Argument The Problem of Evil Solutions to the Problem of Evil Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore, if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
Olam Ha-Ba Life After Death Judaism Eduqas
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Olam Ha-Ba Life After Death Judaism Eduqas

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This lesson explores Jewish beliefs about life after death. It focuses on the idea that ‘heaven’ and ‘hell’ are not clearly written about in the Torah, but that Rabbi’s have analysed texts and added to the Talmud. Includes: starter slide (date/title, thinking task, flipped research homework) retrieval starter quiz with answers key words video clip and questions sharing info true/false learning check exam practice d question, already planned for students to expand challenge questions ‘packaway’ plenary Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore, if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
Eduqas Judaism Key Words/Concepts
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Eduqas Judaism Key Words/Concepts

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A lesson to introduce the key terms in the Eduqas Judaism Unit. The lesson includes a variety of printable activities including a crossword and word search. I pair students up and ask them to complete these as a competition before begining the lesson (word search = LA, crossword = HA). Each slide contains the Spec definition alongside an activity and challenge question. Please note this would work perfectly well for Edexcel as an introduction lesson, as the spec covered the same topics. Includes: Word search Crossword KS3 recap (may need to adapt) Key terms and info slides True/False quiz Key word bingo (with extra key terms) “Guess What?” activity Challenge questions for fast finishers. Written answer title plenary Packaway reflection plenary Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore, if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
EDUQAS Revision A3 SHEET Catholic Origins and Meanings
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EDUQAS Revision A3 SHEET Catholic Origins and Meanings

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A3 revision task sheet and revision answer sheet for Catholic Origins and Meanings Eduqas. This sheet covers each of the topics on the exam Specs such as Genesis 1, Genesis 2, different interpretations of Genesis (including Jewish), Scientific beliefs about the universe, the Sanctity of Life, Imago Dei, Saint Catherine of Siena, Abortion and Humanism etc. The sheets cover the spec exactly. The answer sheet can be given to take home to ensure students revise correct information. Instructions Students should complete the sheet from memory. Then read, cover, check, improve. If they use two different coloured pens the student can identify the information they know and the information they need to revise further. I have also included a double sided A3 revision clock - Students can use in a variety of ways. If they are confident they can fill the section in, and review using info sheet. If they are not confident they can spent 2 mins revising, 2 mins filling in, 1 min checking. Each section represents 5 mins of revision and might be used over the holidays (eg 5 mins a day).
The Tenakh, Torah and Talmud (Halakah)
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The Tenakh, Torah and Talmud (Halakah)

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This lesson looks at Jewish scripture and the Halakah, students focus on the development of the Talmud. Students explore Moses being given the Torah and Oral Torah and then how and why they were written down to form the Talmud. Students look at the role of the Talmud as a ‘living document’ which is interpreted today by Rabbi’s so that Jewish people today can continue to live according to God’s law. Includes: Starter slide (date/title, thinking task, flipped research homework) Retrieval Starter Key words - GCSE Specific Sharing Info with video Scripture Diagram Sheet Quick Quiz Exam Practice B Question Challenge Questions ‘Packaway’ Plenary Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore, if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
The Environment Catholic and Humanist views EDUQAS
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The Environment Catholic and Humanist views EDUQAS

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Double lesson exploring the issue of caring for our planet for Eduqas (Catholic) Origins and Meanings. The lesson explores the views of Catholics, humanists and athiests. I have included a video of Prince EA to help engage students, this could be a further opportunity for stretch and challenge through the discussion of the golilocks enigma. The second part of the lesson focuses on the skill of evaluating and asks students to consider how others would respond to certain views. The lesson ends with a D question in which students can apply and consolidate their learning. Includes: Starter slide (date/title, thinking task, flipped research homework) Retrieval starter quiz key words sharing info true/false learning check video/questions exam practice (success criteria sheet challenge questions ‘packaway’ plenary Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
1.3.3 Magisterium
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1.3.3 Magisterium

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Double lesson for GCSE Edexcel Spec A Catholic Christianity (Sources of Wisdom and Authority) Planned using exam spec as guide. Title question and learning objectives following describe, explain and evaluate. Range of activities including worksheet with reduce, reduce, reduce task, embedded timer and video clips and artwork commentary (Mary’s Assumption). B and D exam practice questions with success criteria and sample answers. It would be great if you could leave feedback!
Eduqas Judaism Mosaic Covenant
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Eduqas Judaism Mosaic Covenant

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. At least 2 lessons worth of content looking at the Mosaic Covenant. This lesson looks in detail at the Exodus as students must understand the story to be able to understand themes which arise such as Festivals, Shekinah, The Temple and Mitzvah. The lesson follows the entirity of Moses life. Includes: Starter slide (date/title, thinking task, flipped research homework) Retrieval starter quiz key words sharing info Storyboard true/false learning check video/questions exam practice 2x a and a b question(how to and sample answer) challenge questions ‘packaway’ plenary Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore, if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
Abortion Eduqas
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Abortion Eduqas

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Lesson looking in depth at abortion and the moral issues- at least 2 lessons worth of content. The lesson begins by defining abortion and giving reasons somebody might want to seek an abortion. Students then explore the law in England regarding abortion. The next part of the lesson begins by looking at the stages of pregnancy, this is essential in order for students to make an informed decision about ‘when life beings’. A case study of Melissa Ohden is explored, Melissa was aborted at 20 weeks but survived. The lesson then explores the ‘qualitity of life’ debate and looks at the case study of a couple who’s baby would not survive, however the baby did survive. Finally the lesson looks at the debate about who has ‘rights’ the baby, the mother or the father. Students complete a sorting task and organise statements into Pro-Life and Pro-Choice columns. The lesson then looks at Catholic, Anglican and Humanist views towards abortion. Finally the lesson looks at the ‘Loose Women’ debate ‘Should the law on abortion be changed’ I think watching abortion on trial would help to create an unbiased opinion. I will add some questions to consider while watching. Includes: Starter slide (date/title, thinking task, flipped research homework) Emotive Image Retrieval Starter Key words - GCSE Specific Key terms relating to pregnancy match sheet Sharing Info Quick Quiz True/False Learning Check Video/Questions Debate Exam Practice D Question Challenge Questions ‘Packaway’ Plenary Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
Gender/Prejudice/Evaluation Skills/Revision Edecel Spec A C.C
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Gender/Prejudice/Evaluation Skills/Revision Edecel Spec A C.C

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An in depth lesson revising the topics of gender/equality/discrimination for Edexecel Spec A Catholic Christianity. This lesson includes: Revision booklet pages created from spec Two blank evaluation scaffold work sheets (could be used with any topic) Paragraph stucture help sheet Completed exemplar scaffold for the D question “Christians should never treat women differently to men.” In your answer you should refer to: - Catholic teachings - Divergent Christian views Reach a justified conclusion Examplar answer A01 - knowledge and A02 - analyis. Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore, if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.
Hunger Cloth Lesson
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Hunger Cloth Lesson

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Lesson for year 8 on Hunger Cloths - exploring the medieval use of hunger cloths and the use of hunger cloths today.
Jewish Messiah Eduqas
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Jewish Messiah Eduqas

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Lesson looking at Jewish beliefs about the Messiah. The lesson begins with a piece of music about the messiah created by a Jewish artist. It then looks at the different teachings and where they come from. Students compare and contrast different beliefs. Includes: starter slide (date/title, thinking task, flipped research homework) retrieval starter quiz key words music video sharing info true/false learning check exam practice 2x a divergent beliefs venn diagram task exam practice b question challenge questions ‘packaway’ plenary Feedback is always appreciated. Therefore, if you leave a review we will send you a free resource as a show of our appreciation. To claim please send us an email AquinasED@gmail.com with your choice of resource and Tes account name.