Presentation and worksheets detailing the main concepts, propositions and principles of Joseph Fletcher. Sheets summarise the main chapters of his book and give students exercises to think further about Fletcher’s ideas and whether they can be applied. Sheets include quotes. Presentation has starters and some plenaries to make lesson planning easy, also examination questions are included.
Presentation used for various lessons to recap year 10 and go over Christian and Muslim main beliefs before we started looking at Christian and Muslim practices/ festivals/worship. Contains main concepts of both faiths, emphasis on key terms and is adaptable. Activities aim to revisit key terms and provide a good basis for following study.
Two lessons on a power point describing the concept of mission, what is Christian mission and giving examples of different types of service to others - for example the Salvation Army, Francis Xavier and Mother Teresa. Could be adapted for lower school.
This power point has 16 revision sessions that were completed by students close to exam time. The sessions were topics chosen by students who wanted extra support for certain topics nearer to the exam. We follow the OCR syllabus studying Christianity, Islam and issues from a Christian perspective. There are no extra resources with the power point but we have textbooks and you can adapt the power point to suit. Some sessions were 20ish mins before school and some were after school for over an hour.
Unit includes power point which is adaptable. Pupils will explore what wisdom is and where it comes from. Pack includes supportive sheets for lessons. Any video links you may want to watch first as they may need editing or you may feel they are not suitable for your setting - please preview. Pupils will have an opportunity to look at religions they may not have studied before and the religion of Buddhism.
This second unit I wrote for year 7 builds upon the first unit based around the 8 elements of religion. This unit explains the main beliefs of Christians and how those beliefs are shown in the rituals using bread and wine and the ritual of baptism. Detailed lesson plans enable a specialist or non specialist to explain Christian ideas, use key vocabulary and have suggested tasks to enable pupils to make progress towards the end point assessment which tests unit key terms, knowledge and understanding. Resources include a power point for each lesson, planning including details on marking the assessment and grading work, key terms sheet for exercise books, assessment log for year 7 ( including the end point assessment for this unit) and ideas for homework which can be placed on teams / virtual systems. The author has years of experience as a Head of RE working since 1995 in six different schools.
A unit of work looking at the teachings of Jesus. Contains a power point and booklet with additional support sheets. The unit looks at whether people still consider the teachings of Jesus as important. Adaptable resources here. The unit ends with considering whether the teachings of Jesus are still important as we celebrate the festival of Christmas in the UK.
This presentation is split into various lessons with key concepts covered and various philosophers. Some activities or sheets mentioned I do not have or are part of a textbook but the power point is adaptable.
This presentation and resources were used for a meditation workshop. This was part of an alternative curriculum experience which pupils got to choose for an afternoon. These resources could easily be adapted for a scheme of work for RE / PSHE / wellbeing
This presentation and sheets were used for a workshop on an alternative curriculum day. The presentation covers Day of the Dead information, some video links do not work. One video link has a warning with it as it may be distressing to some people. Activities included and quiz sheet.
This is mainly for key stage 3 but could be adapted for GCSE students. Four sides of activities looking at the eight main elements of religion. The activities are inclusively worded, contain space for pupils to work and are flexible. Tasks have choice elements and can be done using internet access or not so everyone can access them in any home.
Presentation and some supportive resources to enable pupils to examine key arguments of theists and atheists. Activities suggested and key concepts highlighted. Presentation has clear objectives over a few lessons
A series of lessons on ethics and the work of Jackie Pullinger. The power point can be adapted. You would need some information, books or material on Jackie Pullinger or access to the internet. For the global ethics essay you would need ethics textbooks or access to the internet. Marking sheets for assessments are included as examples of ways to mark pupil work.
With the presentation the students are guided through the process of producing professional presentations on the world religions. Some other resources supplied. You will need folders and also key words for each religion that you plan to use. Also you need a box of religious artefacts and research books or access to the internet. The presentation can be adapted.
Pages and pages of exam questions based on the new OCR specification. Also examples of answers to all the pages and pages of questions. The answers are enlarged and so can be projected on a screen rather than printed to save money for the purchaser. An excellent bumper resource to save you time and give pupils plenty of practice of all the Christianity OCR questions from all the Christianity themes / concepts.
Presentation originally for years 3 and 4. Introduces the main ideas of the community of Christianity and links in the idea of belonging. Originally for whole school “Belonging Week” activities. Presentation includes guidance notes for activities.
Presentation which has activities suitable for years 3 - 5 or could be adapted. Will prepare pupils for their visit to a synagogue and enable them to explore the idea of what worship is. Activities included are making a mezuzah model. materials may take a couple of sessions and include activities to consider before you go and encourage pupils to prepare questions.
This presentation and resources were used for a morning activity session for year 7. They could easily be adapted and I have used some of the materials here for year 4, 5 and 9 ! The resources help pupils to experience some fun and festivities. You may want to get prizes, Jewish Passover plate food and other materials to build a succah (hut) - it is up to you. You can also easily download a free dreidel game outline and instructions off the internet and play the dreidel. Enjoy !!