KS3 Worksheet - Outstanding / Observation Lesson - Stewardship, The Bible, Noah, Climate, Greta Thunberg
Worksheet used in an outstanding lesson linking the Biblical account of Noah and modern day activist Greta Thunberg
Excellent for making Bible stories relevant. Very good for promoting climate change in your school
Conservatism A level PowerPoints and slides with accompanying tasks and questions for students
Human Imperfection, Oakeshott, Rand, Tradition, Robert Nozick, Neo Liberalism, Paternalism and Pragmatism
Specialist teachers as a framework to have wider discussions
Non specialist and supply teachers as questions and tasks for students are included
Personal study and homework for students before a lesson e.g. Flip learning, personal study
Why are the 5 K’s so important to Sikhs?
Worksheet helping student sto understand and think deeply about the 5 k’s
The 5 Ks date from the creation of the Khalsa Panth by Guru Gobind Singh in 1699.
The Guru introduced them for several reasons:
Adopting these common symbols would identify members of the Khalsa
Because all members of the Khalsa wear the 5 Ks the members of the community are more strongly bound together
Each K has a particular significance
AQA - GCSE - Religious Studies - Religion Peace and Conflict Worksheet - Terrorism
Save time and effort with this worksheet that includes links to videos, innovative activities and essay practice.
Could also be used as a homework or cover with higher ability students
Math Worksheets differentiated - Fractions, Decimals, Multiplication, Word Problems, Subtraction, Addition etc
1.Save yourself 100’s hours or resource and lesson preparation time
2.Use this outstanding resource to differentiate your lessons and make them accessible and outstanding for all students
3.Covers the Maths Curriculum
4.High quality extension and word problems
**** Again.Save yourself 100’s hours or resource and lesson preparation time****
Wall planner and revision board for A level religion Ethics.
Can be used with AQA. Edexcel, Eduqas. Perfect for year 12 and 13 students to complete at home or in class and then attach to the walls of thier class or bedroom.