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GCSE Revision Bundle

GCSE Revision Bundle

Everything you need to revise for the AQA exam. These are revision power points, with exam practice questions and templates at the end. Suitable for VLE’s, students who have missed sections of the course/working in inclusion buildings etc. I plan on using them to help students complete revision clocks. These power points are easily adapted for other exam boards. Christianity Beliefs, Practices and Teachings Islam Beliefs, Practices and Teachings Theme B- Religion and Life Theme D- Religion Peace and Conflict Theme E- Religion, Crime and Punishment Theme F- Religion, Human Rights and Social Justice
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AQA Education 9-1 New Specification

AQA Education 9-1 New Specification

A bundle of resources aimed at the new AQA specification, but content is easily adapted to suit other exam boards. Lesson 17 can be found in my shop as it is an assessment that is free. Please leave feedback if you download as it’s taken a lot of planning!
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Promoting British Values Tutor Time

Promoting British Values Tutor Time

A set of resources for tutor time (15-30 minutes), but would also work well for a series of assemblies. The end result is all tutor groups can complete a competition to see if they would pass to become a British Citizen.
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AQA Social Stratification- Political Power (13/15)

AQA Social Stratification- Political Power (13/15)

Planned for the new 9-1 AQA specification. This lesson is priced low as it is mainly a research task lesson. Students begin with the usual knowledge retention quiz, followed by a key terms match up to provide them with the basic keywords for this area. Students then complete a research task which has a challenge activity built into it. The aim is to give students 2 lessons and homework to complete this. The unit so far is very writing heavy so i like to build in some independent activities. Hence the low price of the resource.
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AQA Social Stratification- The Marxist Approach to Class (4/15)

AQA Social Stratification- The Marxist Approach to Class (4/15)

Planned for the new 9-1 Specification AQA Paper 2. A lesson that looks at the Marxist approach to class. Students have a worksheet and have to go on a scavenger hunt for information on the key terms needed to explain the Marxist approach. Evaluation of the theory followed by an exam question.
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The Life of Jesus (6,7/14)

The Life of Jesus (6,7/14)

A new scheme of work aimed at KS3 Y7. This unit of work will be a Chronology of Monotheism. Starting with Genesis, moving through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each religion will cover Key religious figures, information on their holy book and a rite of passage/religious practice. The aim of this unit is to compliment our GCSE curriculum in which we study Christianity and Islam. The learning journey for the unit is included. 2 lessons on the life of Jesus. Looking at the 4 main events of Jesus’ life- the incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection and ascension. May seem to be pitched quite high for Y7 students, but we are aiming to have very challenging lessons at KS3 and want to use the correct terminology at a lower level. We also find that our students are coming with a good understanding of Jesus based on their Ks2 lessons. This resource may therefore need to be differentiated down for some other Y7 groups, alternatively would suit Y8/Y9 lessons.
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The Story of Noah (2/14)

The Story of Noah (2/14)

A new scheme of work aimed at KS3 Y7. This unit of work will be a Chronology of Monotheism. Starting with Genesis, moving through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each religion will cover Key religious figures, information on their holy book and a rite of passage/religious practice. The aim of this unit is to compliment our GCSE curriculum in which we study Christianity and Islam. The learning journey for the unit is included. L2: Noah- looking at what covenant means, why Noah was chosen and ending with a newspaper article task with differentiated support.
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The Story of Moses (4/14)

The Story of Moses (4/14)

A new scheme of work aimed at KS3 Y7. This unit of work will be a Chronology of Monotheism. Starting with Genesis, moving through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each religion will cover Key religious figures, information on their holy book and a rite of passage/religious practice. The aim of this unit is to compliment our GCSE curriculum in which we study Christianity and Islam. The learning journey for the unit is included. L4: The story of Moses. Input is limited to 2 video clips with class discussion around the points raised. Students then complete their significant piece of work. This is an exam practice piece of work- 6 marks (a KS3 version of the AQA 12 marks questions). Students then self-assess. This is their first piece of assessed work for the unit.
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Theme F: Social Justice. Sexism in the UK Today

Theme F: Social Justice. Sexism in the UK Today

A lesson for KS4/GCSE Social Justice AQA theme, but suitable for Citizenship/PSHE lessons as there is no R.E content. This is a lesson based on evidencing Sexism in the UK. The follow up lesson will look at the role of women in the Church.
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AQA Social Stratification- The Welfare State (11/15)

AQA Social Stratification- The Welfare State (11/15)

Planned for 9-1 AQA specification. This lesson can take 2 hours (double lesson) if you watch the documentary. Students complete an information sheet on what the Welfare State introduced after the war. They then look at New Right, Centre-Left, Marxist and Feminist perspectives on welfare. There are some extension questions for those who complete this. There is then a documentary about the benefits cap. The idea is to offer this as a possible solution, but for students to think about the implications of this. This documentary is not essential for the course, but it is a nice way for students to think about alternatives to the welfare state, or to consider if the welfare state is a worthwhile investment with taxation.
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AQA Social Stratification- Globalisation (10/15)

AQA Social Stratification- Globalisation (10/15)

Planned for AQA 9-1 Specification This lesson looks at different explanations of poverty in the UK. It starts with a recap of key New Right ideas, followed by the cycle of deprivation and Charles Murray’s study into the Underclass. The lesson then looks at globalisation as a cause of poverty, finishing with a 12 mark question.
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AQA Social Stratification- What is Poverty? (8/15)

AQA Social Stratification- What is Poverty? (8/15)

Planned for New 9-1 Specification Lesson looking at absolute and relative poverty. Lots of UK statistics for class discussion around what they believe constitutes poverty, causes and consequences of poverty. Students then look at Peter Townsends (1979) study into relative poverty, critique it and answer 2x 3mark questions.
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AQA Social Stratification- Social Mobility (7/15)

AQA Social Stratification- Social Mobility (7/15)

Planned for 9-1 New Specification The lesson is intended to be a research and group presentation lesson but I have included the PDF that they would search for, and they could just present using paper and speeches rather than using ICT. Depends on your group and resources that are available. Great lesson to get them to develop presentation skills, but also develops numeracy skills.
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Muhammad and the role of women in Islam (12/14)

Muhammad and the role of women in Islam (12/14)

A new scheme of work aimed at KS3 Y7. This unit of work will be a Chronology of Monotheism. Starting with Genesis, moving through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each religion will cover Key religious figures, information on their holy book and a rite of passage/religious practice. The aim of this unit is to compliment our GCSE curriculum in which we study Christianity and Islam. The learning journey for the unit is included. Muhammad and the role of women- A lesson that looks at Muhammad’s wives- Khaijah and Aisha, and how Muhammad changed the role of women in Islam. Worksheet and resource sheet to support a 6 mark exam question.
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Muhammad and Revelation (11/14)

Muhammad and Revelation (11/14)

A new scheme of work aimed at KS3 Y7. This unit of work will be a Chronology of Monotheism. Starting with Genesis, moving through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each religion will cover Key religious figures, information on their holy book and a rite of passage/religious practice. The aim of this unit is to compliment our GCSE curriculum in which we study Christianity and Islam. The learning journey for the unit is included. Muhammad and Revelation- the first of two lessons where we look at why Muhammad was chosen by Allah to reveal the Qur’an. The emphasis is on Muhammad as a person, a Qur’an lesson is covered later in the unit. Worksheets are at the end of the powerpoint.
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