Lesson Objectives: To know what the aims of Christian Aid are; To understand how these reflect the teachings of Jesus; To describe the work of Christian Aid.
KS4 bases lesson looking at the importance and significance of Jesus cleansing the Temple. There are a variety of different learning styles included in this lesson. All hand outs are attached.
This lesson focuses on the Parable of the Sheep and Goats and how that Links to human dignity. The starter pupils are to do a Kagan style task, focusing on what Human dignity is. There is a collaborative learning task, and whole class feedback, leading to answering an exam question where pupils are to peer assess their answers. All worksheets needed are attached to the PowerPoint.
Lesson Objectives: To know the five pillars; To understand their importance to Muslims; To consider the impact they may have on the life of the believer.
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
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.
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.
This is a half term homework booklet is designed around a SOW on discipleship. There is a Learning programme that specifies what the pupils will be learning about in lesson, and how this links to their homework. Each task has success criteria, and space to complete it. It was created on Word so is easily edited to suit your own SOW.
A KS3 lesson focusing on Moses and the messages he received from God. There are a variety of different learning styles included in this lesson. Lesson objectives are referred to throughout the lesson, as well as a Key Question that pupils will answer at the end of the lesson.
To know Christian teachings on money; To describe what Jesus taught about money at the Sermon on the Mount; To explain the importance of the Sermon on the Mount as a guide.
Bundle includes: PowerPoints on - Introduction -Ramadan -5 Pillars -Allah -Birth -Marriage -Muhammad -Salat -Mosque -Qur'an SOW Learning Programme (Inc Homework) Mid Topic Assessment End of topic Assessment End of topic Assessment preparation lesson
Lesson Objectives: To know Christian teachings on money; To describe what Jesus taught about money at the Sermon on the Mount; To explain the importance of the Sermon on the Mount as a guide.
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.
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.
There is an entry task for pupils to complete as they enter. Objectives are shared with the pupils Starter: A video clip (The image is hyperlinked) pupils must come up with 3 reasons why people are atheist or agnostic. The problem of evil is shared with pupils and then they must complete an 'investigation task' around the room with various catholic responses. This is fed back to the whole class where pupils are to analyse with responses they believe are most and least convincing and a reason why. Pupils are to answer a C question: Explain how Catholics respond to the problem of evil (8) This is peer assessed with suggested WWW's & EBI's provided. A short plenary. **THIS LESSON HAS BEEN PLANNED USING THE TEEP (Teacher Effectiveness Programme) CYCLE AND SO THERE IS REFERENCE TO EACH ASPECT OF THAT ON THE SLIDES
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.