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2016 RE GCSE: EDUQAS Route B. Theme 1, Origins and Meaning: Imago Dei and St Catherine of Siena
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2016 RE GCSE: EDUQAS Route B. Theme 1, Origins and Meaning: Imago Dei and St Catherine of Siena

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Taken from the new RE GSCE Spec EDUQAS, Route B, Theme 1: Origins and Meanings. Full lesson looking at Imago Dei and the Dialogue of St Catherine of Siena. Lesson consists of Discussion based on Adolf Hitler and is he created in the image of God, the dialogue of Catherine of Siena and an evaluation exam question with structure and 'hints', as well as mark scheme to peer assess.
EDUQAS Route B Theme 1.2 Michaelangelo's La Pieta
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EDUQAS Route B Theme 1.2 Michaelangelo's La Pieta

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Lesson Objectives: To know the importance of religious art; To describe the main themes of La Pieta; To explain how La Pieta reflects the relationship of God, Jesus and Mary. The lesson starts by looking at an image of the La Pieta , and pupils must explain which keywords could relate to the sculpture. The next part of the lesson looks at why religious art is import, and why others might disagree. I have labelled an image of the La Pieta and highlighted the significant parts of the sculpture, and pupils must consider if the sculpture shows suffering. Using a worksheet pupils should read through 15 facts about La Pieta and explain which 5 they find the most interesting. Finally pupils are to complete a B and C style question related to the lesson and Peer/self assess. Review/Plenary: Famous last words, the pupils must come up with a quote/one liner to describe the lesson.
KS3 Charity- Water Aid
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KS3 Charity- Water Aid

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To recognise the work that WaterAid do; To describe why lack of water is an issue in the world; To explain the importance of the role of WaterAid in ensuring people have access to clean water
Pentecost
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Pentecost

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To describe the events of Pentecost; To understand the symbolism seen during Pentecost; To explain the significance of this event. The starter to this lesson pupils must look at an image and come up with 3 ideas about how it can link to Pentecost. Pupils are then working in pairs to search for the passage in the Bible and summarise the Pentecost into 5 bullet points. There is a video clip to accompany this (hyperlinked image) Pupils are then discussing the symbolism of Pentecost (short task) and finally the importance. This is a short activity and a video clip. The final tasks pupils are to complete an exam style question. this is Heavily structured with guidance and to peer/self assess their work.
KS3 Sending out the 12 Disciples
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KS3 Sending out the 12 Disciples

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This lesson is aimed at KS3 but could be adapted for older pupils. The aim of the lesson is to think about what the mission of the disciples was, and what impact that has on Christians today. The lesson includes a variety of activities including an investigation task and an exam style question as well as a postcard (from their mission) as a plenary activity.
EDUQAS Religious Education Route B,Theme 1.1 Origin & Meaning lesson bundle
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EDUQAS Religious Education Route B,Theme 1.1 Origin & Meaning lesson bundle

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This is a bundle of lessons I have created for EDUQAS Theme 1.1.The pack includes: Introduction to the course; Evolution; Religious and non-religious views of creation; Imago Dei; The value of human life and abortion; Humanist critiques of catholic attitudes to abortion; Revelation; Stewardship; First & Second accounts of creation in Genesis; Human Dignity Human Dignity and the Sheep and Goats.
KS3 Islam- Marriage
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KS3 Islam- Marriage

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To describe what happens during the Islamic marriage ceremony; To explain why the marriage ceremony is important in Islam; To evaluate the significance of a religious wedding ceremony
EDUQAS Route B, Theme 1.2 The Moral Authority of Jesus
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EDUQAS Route B, Theme 1.2 The Moral Authority of Jesus

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The lesson focuses on need for laws in society, and linking these to Old Testament religious laws, and how Jesus changed these at the Sermon on the Mount. Pupils are to work together to see how Jesus changed these laws. Pupils must then apply these to issues that they may have in their life and decide how Jesus would respond. These is a final C question with guidance to finish the lesson.
REligious Education KS3 Charity
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REligious Education KS3 Charity

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Assessment pack- SOW, Learning Plan, End and Mid-topic assessment, Assessment prep lesson. Causes of poverty; Christian teachings- Sermon on the Mount; Christian teachings- Sheep and Goats; Christian Aid; CAFOD (x2) Send my friend to school (x2) The SVP St Francis House; WaterAid;