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Hello, I'm an RS teacher at high school in the North West. I aim to create resources that are robust and effective in preparing children for GCSE (mostly) and A-Level (less frequent as my HoD. is excellent at this!). I prepare resources for each of the two exam papers that my pupils sit - Edexcel Spec. B Christianity for paper 1 and Islam for paper 2. My focus is mainly exam preparation. I will offer things individually, and create bundles too. Thanks, please review & critique!

Hello, I'm an RS teacher at high school in the North West. I aim to create resources that are robust and effective in preparing children for GCSE (mostly) and A-Level (less frequent as my HoD. is excellent at this!). I prepare resources for each of the two exam papers that my pupils sit - Edexcel Spec. B Christianity for paper 1 and Islam for paper 2. My focus is mainly exam preparation. I will offer things individually, and create bundles too. Thanks, please review & critique!
GCSE RS Foundation Revision Living the Christian life
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GCSE RS Foundation Revision Living the Christian life

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Revision book in ‘Pupil Speak’ for those aiming at breaking through from a grade 3 to a grade 4 or even 5. Living the Christian life This is written in a very ‘chatty’ informal manner, and is aimed at keeping the fundamental information fresh and accessible. As the course has a great amount of detail this still touches every element, although it is not exhaustive. There are images (Google sourced) linked to each of the key topics, words/terms and these are linked to the information as much as possible in the body of the text. This is intended to add interest to revision and make important information easier to recall and retrieve. There are also tables, charts, diagrams and other visuals to keep pupils from getting overwhelmed by the amount of information that is needed. I am aware that a great amount of the material for the pupils, just on the edge of the passing grades, is too difficult to access, and even though this is very ‘full’ my hope is that it helps ease pupils through some of the more tricky areas. This resource is for the Living the Christian life section ONLY. I hope it helps your pupils.
GCSE RS Exam practice Peace and conflict
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GCSE RS Exam practice Peace and conflict

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**Exam practice for RS GCSE for Edexcel. Every topic covered in a, b, c and d question format. ** Peace and conflict. I created these write on sheets to put on the wall in my classroom for pupils to help themselves to for revision. These have proven very popular with our GCSE pupils from years 9 through to year 11. They are multi-functional for pupils revision as some will use them as summative tests after they have revised a topic. Whereas others use them as direction prompts for where to focus their revision, and then they answer the questions as they go. I have had many past GCSE pupils use these as a central part of their revision and come away with excellent results. Each chapter of the spec. is covered with a full complement of possible questions for the pupils to prepare for their exams with. I have not written mark schemes for these as they can be marked (if you/the pupil wishes) using revision notes/text books. Often as they are a revision tool the are not presented for marking. The format I decided on for the d question is to ask the pupils to present evidence for their thesis, rather than argue for and against. This is because I find that the pupils are more likely to include judgement in their answers if they are supporting their own position - and highlighting the weakness in their own opponents. This is for the questions on Peace and conflict ONLY. Thanks.
GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Marriage and the family
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GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Marriage and the family

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**Exam practice for RS GCSE for Edexcel. Every topic covered in a, b, c and d question format. ** Marriage and the family. I created these write on sheets to put on the wall in my classroom for pupils to help themselves to for revision. These have proven very popular with our GCSE pupils from years 9 through to year 11. They are multi-functional for pupils revision as some will use them as summative tests after they have revised a topic. Whereas others use them as direction prompts for where to focus their revision, and then they answer the questions as they go. I have had many past GCSE pupils use these as a central part of their revision and come away with excellent results. Each chapter of the spec. is covered with a full complement of possible questions for the pupils to prepare for their exams with. I have not written mark schemes for these as they can be marked (if you/the pupil wishes) using revision notes/text books. Often as they are a revision tool the are not presented for marking. The format I decided on for the d question is to ask the pupils to present evidence for their thesis, rather than argue for and against. This is because I find that the pupils are more likely to include judgement in their answers if they are supporting their own position - and highlighting the weakness in their own opponents. This is for the questions on Marriage and the family ONLY. Thanks.
GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel ALL areas
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GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel ALL areas

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**Exam practice for RS GCSE for Edexcel. Every topic covered in a, b, c and d question format. ** Both Christianity and Islam papers are included in this bundle. I created these write on sheets to put on the wall in my classroom for pupils to help themselves to for revision. These have proven very popular with our GCSE pupils from years 9 through to year 11. They are multi-functional for pupils revision as some will use them as summative tests after they have revised a topic. Whereas others use them as direction prompts for where to focus their revision, and then they answer the questions as they go. I have had many past GCSE pupils use these as a central part of their revision and come away with excellent results. Each chapter of the spec. is covered with a full complement of possible questions for the pupils to prepare for their exams with. I have not written mark schemes for these as they can be marked (if you/the pupil wishes) using revision notes/text books. Often as they are a revision tool the are not presented for marking. The format I decided on for the d question is to ask the pupils to present evidence for their thesis, rather than argue for and against. This is because I find that the pupils are more likely to include judgement in their answers if they are supporting their own position - and highlighting the weakness in their own opponents. **This is for ALL the questions on: Christan beliefs Marriage and the family Living the Christian life Matters of life and death Muslim beliefs Crime and punishment Living the Muslim life Peace and conflict Thanks.
GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Matters of life and death
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GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Matters of life and death

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**Exam practice for RS GCSE for Edexcel. Every topic covered in a, b, c and d question format. ** Matters of life and death. I created these write on sheets to put on the wall in my classroom for pupils to help themselves to for revision. These have proven very popular with our GCSE pupils from years 9 through to year 11. They are multi-functional for pupils revision as some will use them as summative tests after they have revised a topic. Whereas others use them as direction prompts for where to focus their revision, and then they answer the questions as they go. I have had many past GCSE pupils use these as a central part of their revision and come away with excellent results. Each chapter of the spec. is covered with a full complement of possible questions for the pupils to prepare for their exams with. I have not written mark schemes for these as they can be marked (if you/the pupil wishes) using revision notes/text books. Often as they are a revision tool the are not presented for marking. The format I decided on for the d question is to ask the pupils to present evidence for their thesis, rather than argue for and against. This is because I find that the pupils are more likely to include judgement in their answers if they are supporting their own position - and highlighting the weakness in their own opponents. This is for the questions on Matters of life and death ONLY. Thanks.
GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Muslim beliefs
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GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Muslim beliefs

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**Exam practice for RS GCSE for Edexcel. Every topic covered in a, b, c and d question format. ** Muslim beliefs. I created these write on sheets to put on the wall in my classroom for pupils to help themselves to for revision. These have proven very popular with our GCSE pupils from years 9 through to year 11. They are multi-functional for pupils revision as some will use them as summative tests after they have revised a topic. Whereas others use them as direction prompts for where to focus their revision, and then they answer the questions as they go. I have had many past GCSE pupils use these as a central part of their revision and come away with excellent results. Each chapter of the spec. is covered with a full complement of possible questions for the pupils to prepare for their exams with. I have not written mark schemes for these as they can be marked (if you/the pupil wishes) using revision notes/text books. Often as they are a revision tool the are not presented for marking. The format I decided on for the d question is to ask the pupils to present evidence for their thesis, rather than argue for and against. This is because I find that the pupils are more likely to include judgement in their answers if they are supporting their own position - and highlighting the weakness in their own opponents. This is for the questions on Muslim beliefs ONLY. Thanks.
GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Christian Beliefs
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GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Christian Beliefs

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**Exam practice for RS GCSE for Edexcel. Every topic covered in a, b, c and d question format. ** Christian beliefs. I created these write on sheets to put on the wall in my classroom for pupils to help themselves to for revision. These have proven very popular with our GCSE pupils from years 9 through to year 11. They are multi-functional for pupils revision as some will use them as summative tests after they have revised a topic. Whereas others use them as direction prompts for where to focus their revision, and then they answer the questions as they go. I have had many past GCSE pupils use these as a central part of their revision and come away with excellent results. Each chapter of the spec. is covered with a full complement of possible questions for the pupils to prepare for their exams with. I have not written mark schemes for these as they can be marked (if you/the pupil wishes) using revision notes/text books. Often as they are a revision tool the are not presented for marking. The format I decided on for the d question is to ask the pupils to present evidence for their thesis, rather than argue for and against. This is because I find that the pupils are more likely to include judgement in their answers if they are supporting their own position - and highlighting the weakness in their own opponents. This is for the questions on Christan beliefs ONLY. Thanks.
GCSE RS Foundation Revision Matters of life and death
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GCSE RS Foundation Revision Matters of life and death

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Revision book in ‘Pupil Speak’ for those aiming at breaking through from a grade 3 to a grade 4 or even 5. Matters of life and death This is written in a very ‘chatty’ informal manner, and is aimed at keeping the fundamental information fresh and accessible. As the course has a great amount of detail this still touches every element, although it is not exhaustive. There are images (Google sourced) linked to each of the key topics, words/terms and these are linked to the information as much as possible in the body of the text. This is intended to add interest to revision and make important information easier to recall and retrieve. There are also tables, charts, diagrams and other visuals to keep pupils from getting overwhelmed by the amount of information that is needed. I am aware that a great amount of the material for the pupils, just on the edge of the passing grades, is too difficult to access, and even though this is very ‘full’ my hope is that it helps ease pupils through some of the more tricky areas. This resource is for the Matters of life and death section ONLY. I hope it helps your pupils.
GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Living the Christian life
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GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Living the Christian life

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**Exam practice for RS GCSE for Edexcel. Every topic covered in a, b, c and d question format. ** Living the Christian life. I created these write on sheets to put on the wall in my classroom for pupils to help themselves to for revision. These have proven very popular with our GCSE pupils from years 9 through to year 11. They are multi-functional for pupils revision as some will use them as summative tests after they have revised a topic. Whereas others use them as direction prompts for where to focus their revision, and then they answer the questions as they go. I have had many past GCSE pupils use these as a central part of their revision and come away with excellent results. Each chapter of the spec. is covered with a full complement of possible questions for the pupils to prepare for their exams with. I have not written mark schemes for these as they can be marked (if you/the pupil wishes) using revision notes/text books. Often as they are a revision tool the are not presented for marking. The format I decided on for the d question is to ask the pupils to present evidence for their thesis, rather than argue for and against. This is because I find that the pupils are more likely to include judgement in their answers if they are supporting their own position - and highlighting the weakness in their own opponents. This is for the questions on Living the Christian life ONLY. Thanks.
GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Living the Muslim life
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GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Living the Muslim life

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**Exam practice for RS GCSE for Edexcel. Every topic covered in a, b, c and d question format. ** Living the Muslim life. I created these write on sheets to put on the wall in my classroom for pupils to help themselves to for revision. These have proven very popular with our GCSE pupils from years 9 through to year 11. They are multi-functional for pupils revision as some will use them as summative tests after they have revised a topic. Whereas others use them as direction prompts for where to focus their revision, and then they answer the questions as they go. I have had many past GCSE pupils use these as a central part of their revision and come away with excellent results. Each chapter of the spec. is covered with a full complement of possible questions for the pupils to prepare for their exams with. I have not written mark schemes for these as they can be marked (if you/the pupil wishes) using revision notes/text books. Often as they are a revision tool the are not presented for marking. The format I decided on for the d question is to ask the pupils to present evidence for their thesis, rather than argue for and against. This is because I find that the pupils are more likely to include judgement in their answers if they are supporting their own position - and highlighting the weakness in their own opponents. This is for the questions on Living the Muslim life ONLY. Thanks.
GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Crime and punishment
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GCSE RS Exam practice Edexcel Crime and punishment

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**Exam practice for RS GCSE for Edexcel. Every topic covered in a, b, c and d question format. ** Crime and punishment. I created these write on sheets to put on the wall in my classroom for pupils to help themselves to for revision. These have proven very popular with our GCSE pupils from years 9 through to year 11. They are multi-functional for pupils revision as some will use them as summative tests after they have revised a topic. Whereas others use them as direction prompts for where to focus their revision, and then they answer the questions as they go. I have had many past GCSE pupils use these as a central part of their revision and come away with excellent results. Each chapter of the spec. is covered with a full complement of possible questions for the pupils to prepare for their exams with. I have not written mark schemes for these as they can be marked (if you/the pupil wishes) using revision notes/text books. Often as they are a revision tool the are not presented for marking. The format I decided on for the d question is to ask the pupils to present evidence for their thesis, rather than argue for and against. This is because I find that the pupils are more likely to include judgement in their answers if they are supporting their own position - and highlighting the weakness in their own opponents. This is for the questions on Crime and punishment ONLY. Thanks.
GCSE RS Foundation Revision Christian Beliefs
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GCSE RS Foundation Revision Christian Beliefs

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Revision book in ‘Pupil Speak’ for those aiming at breaking through from a grade 3 to a grade 4 or even 5. Christian Beliefs This is written in a very ‘chatty’ informal manner, and is aimed at keeping the fundamental information fresh and accessible. As the course has a great amount of detail this still touches every element, although it is not exhaustive. There are images (Google sourced) linked to each of the key topics, words/terms and these are linked to the information as much as possible in the body of the text. This is intended to add interest to revision and make important information easier to recall and retrieve. There are also tables, charts, diagrams and other visuals to keep pupils from getting overwhelmed by the amount of information that is needed. I am aware that a great amount of the material for the pupils, just on the edge of the passing grades, is too difficult to access, and even though this is very ‘full’ my hope is that it helps ease pupils through some of the more tricky areas. This resource is for the Christian beliefs section ONLY. I have made this section freely available and then the other sections for the Christianity paper will be for sale. (The revision material for the Islam paper is currently being written) I hope it helps your pupils.
GCSE RS Foundation Revision Marriage and the family
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GCSE RS Foundation Revision Marriage and the family

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Revision book in ‘Pupil Speak’ for those aiming at breaking through from a grade 3 to a grade 4 or even 5. Marriage and the family This is written in a very ‘chatty’ informal manner, and is aimed at keeping the fundamental information fresh and accessible. As the course has a great amount of detail this still touches every element, although it is not exhaustive. There are images (Google sourced) linked to each of the key topics, words/terms and these are linked to the information as much as possible in the body of the text. This is intended to add interest to revision and make important information easier to recall and retrieve. There are also tables, charts, diagrams and other visuals to keep pupils from getting overwhelmed by the amount of information that is needed. I am aware that a great amount of the material for the pupils, just on the edge of the passing grades, is too difficult to access, and even though this is very ‘full’ my hope is that it helps ease pupils through some of the more tricky areas. This resource is for the Marriage and the family section ONLY. I hope it helps your pupils.