A powerpoint presentation containing two lessons worth of material focusing on labelling and pupil identities in relation to ethnicity (Archer and Mirza). Two work sheets to be used alongside are also attached. NO LESSON PLAN ATTACHED.
An introduction lesson to Theme F. Covers issues such as: Wealth, Relative Poverty, Absolute Poverty, do the wealthy have a responsiblity to look after the poor.
I do not own the video in the lesson - link in the PPT notes section.
We teach Christianity and Hinduism but can be adapted for your chosen religions.
Three A3 debate sheets to help pupils consider balanced arguments for all three papers covering a variety of topics across the papers. For paper 3 our optional Ideologies are: feminism and anarchism - but the document can be easily amended.
A lesson about Social Injustice. It looks at Gandhi and MLK’s views on Social Injustice. It also covers different types of discrimination based on protected characteristics. Short answer questions included as well.
Two 25 Mark essays - model answers. The questions are:
“The issue for feminists should not be equality, but the recognition of difference.” Analyse and evaluate the importance of this statement in reference to key thinkers you have studied- 25 Marks
“The personal is political” Analyse and evaluate the importance of this statement in reference to key thinkers you have studied- 25 Marks
A complete lesson with differentiated resources for LAP pupils and for fast finishers on The Holy Trinity.
The powerpoint isn't too content heavy as I prefer to discuss content with pupils rather than giving them the answers.
If you download this please leave a review as I am a trainee who would welcome any feedback!
Three lessons in a powerpoint format covering Situational and Environmental Crime Prevention: including broken window theory and zero tolerance.
See attached also work sheets accompanying the lessons and a question for pupils to answer.
NO LESSON PLAN ATTACHED. A Powerpoint presentation with video link included. The lesson ends with pupils discussing or answering in their books what the Hindu perspective of Veganism would be. Worksheet attached is a summary sheet of what Hindus use cows for. You can use this in an activity however you like, but I have used it for pupils to create mind maps from.