A 14 lesson series taught over 2 consecutive 85 minute lessons per week. Resources include powerpoints, revision materials and model answers.
These lessons were taught in conjunction with the new AQA Year 2 A Level text book, so a copy of this is essential.
Ready to teach lesson on Meta Ethics, A01 explanation and A02 strengths and weaknesses of Divine Command Theory, Ethical Naturalism and Moral Intuitionism.
Tasks for students throughout focused on exam explanation.
Developed for AQA but can be used for other specs.
Everything students need to know for all ethics content for the new AQA A Level for RE - i print these as a handy stapled booklet in A4, for students to use as a basis for revision and check their work. Each KO contains practise questions for students to complete once they have revised the topic.
Natural Moral Law & application to human and animal life and death.
Situation Ethics & application to human and animal life and death.
Virtue Ethics & application to human and animal life and death,
Bentham and Kant
Free Will and Moral Responsibility
Everything students need to know for philosophy of religion AQA content, Years 12 and 13, for the new AQA RE A Level. A01 explanation and A02 analysis, 2 sheets per topic. I print these in booklet form for students as a handy guide of all the essential knowledge, and get them to use it to revise from and check their practise essays. All KOs have practise questions based on the spec.
The problem of evil.
Arguments for the existence of God.
Religious experiences & challenges of verifying.
Self, Death and the Afterlife,
Everything students need to know for Year 1 content for Buddhism, in handy booklet form. All topics have corresponding practise questions and key words/quotes where necessary. I print these A4 and give them to my students as a basis for their own revision - excellent in conjunction with my Year 1 Buddhism revision notes (see my shop for more AQA RE Buddhism resources).
A lesson and knowledge organizer homework preparing students for the Conscience module of AQA Year 2 RE A Level Ethics (new spec). This lesson was taught in 85 minutes and the KO was set as half term homework.
A bundle of power points, worksheets and revision resources to prepare students for the conscience section of AQA new spec RE A Level (Ethics Paper 1).
Please be aware that 1 optional activity requires the use of the AQA new text book but the rest are fully resourced.
4 lessons covering the spec content on Buddhism, Migration and Pluralisation of religion. These lessons are fully resourced and include revision activities. Please note that as these were taught over concurrent lessons, there are 2 lessons per power point.
6 lesson series with power points, worksheets, revision resources and model answers. There are 2 full lessons per PPT.
Please note that some activities do use the AQA new textbook for RE A level which you will need to have a copy of.
2 lessons exploring a variety of theological views on the conscience - resources include tables to fill in, multiple choice quiz and scholarly views that are broken down and easily digestible.
Please note that one activity on Aquinas uses the AQA Year 2 textbook, but the rest of the activities are fully resourced here.
Ready to run through PPT explaining different views on religious language and how religious believers can respond to the Verification and Falsification Principles proposed by Logical Positivism. AQA A level unit 1 philosophy of religion.
This unit of work has been created to offer and introduction and context for the new RE GCSE, and thus is assessed in the style of GCSE assessments. However, it provides a more creative and in depth look at Christian beliefs and practices that is suitable for a Year 9/high ability KS3 group. There is a creative formative assessment (writing a modern day parable) to reflect this, as well as a GCSE style summative assessment with marks scheme.
This unit is fully resourced, but please note there are some activities that use the new AQA GCSE 9-1 text book, and some activities that use the Hodder Education Christianity Religious Studies A text book. However, the unit can be taught without these activities.
Credit to free resources from RE Today in lesson 1-3, and an excellent free Tes resource on Pilgrimage (apologies, cannot find name of seller, but this is work that was shared on Tes previously).
Aristotle's Virtues and Vices explained with a description of the characteristic, to help students understand the nature of the virtues and vices in modern, clear language.
For the A level study of character based/Virtue Ethics.