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Resources for Religious Studies, Sociology, Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities. We specialise in making whole units and courses for ultimate convenience and time-saving. We always aim to make the best resource for a given topic: our goal is perfection and our resources have helped educate 1 million+ students! In order to encourage ratings and reviews, if you buy any of our products, are happy with your purchase, and leave a 5* rating for it: just email us and we'll send you a free bonus gift!

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Resources for Religious Studies, Sociology, Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities. We specialise in making whole units and courses for ultimate convenience and time-saving. We always aim to make the best resource for a given topic: our goal is perfection and our resources have helped educate 1 million+ students! In order to encourage ratings and reviews, if you buy any of our products, are happy with your purchase, and leave a 5* rating for it: just email us and we'll send you a free bonus gift!
Detention Worksheets (x10) [Behaviour & Discipline Reflections ]
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Detention Worksheets (x10) [Behaviour & Discipline Reflections ]

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The principles of self-regulated learning can be applied to student behaviour: this set of ten (colour & double-sided) printable worksheets fosters student reflection during detentions and other behavioural interventions. They’re ideal for: Detentions resulting from disruptive classroom conduct Students who have been sent to members of the leadership team for supervision Behavioural interventions with students who have persistent issues with behaviour Each worksheet includes a variety of reflection tasks and concludes with a space allowing for targets for improvements to be set by the student and reviewed by the teacher or supervisor in charge of their behavioural intervention. Note: we have included both US & UK English spelling versions in this download due to the number of times the word ‘Behaviour’/‘Behavior’ is used! We hope this will be useful for our nternational customers, members and supporters. Copyright The Global Metacognition Institute (2019) www.globalmetacognition.com
RE Christmas Quiz! (RS, Religious Studies, Religious Education, RE)
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RE Christmas Quiz! (RS, Religious Studies, Religious Education, RE)

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A professionally designed Christmas quiz for Religious Studies teachers to use with their students, featuring 60 well-presented questions and an answer sheet. If you like it: leave a 5* rating and email us (godwin86@gmail.com) and we’ll send you a beautiful Christmas Crossword worksheet for free! The quiz also includes a word-search (on screen) and a couple of anagram rounds. Fifty of the questions are Christmas-related and not connected to a specific school-subject: the final ten are subject specific and deal either with GCSE terminology, KS4 exam specification contents, or “fun facts”. Differentiation can easily be achieved by changing quiz group sizes. The quiz is suitable for KS3-5. Completing and peer-marking the 60-question quiz should take the best part of a 1-hour lesson. The resource is fully editable. Copyright Adam Godwin (2018) Not for re-distribution.
AQA Philosophy - Moral Philosophy Book
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AQA Philosophy - Moral Philosophy Book

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This printable textbook provides a systematic explanation for every point mentioned in the specification. In the next section It then provides arguments for and against each point and, where appropriate, summarises arguments using premises and conclusions. The file is a .doc Word file, 140 pages in length, 72000 words. It is designed to be a comprehensive reader for AQA Philosophy students. This should be viewed as a printable information book: it does not include learning activities or images. It aims to provide the necessary information as effectively and comprehensively as possible. Note: it does not cover the Applied Ethics section which, if this resource succeeds, will be covered in a later volume.
GCSE Sociology - Complete Workbook Set
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GCSE Sociology - Complete Workbook Set

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This bundle contains a complete series of workbooks made for GCSE Sociology students. It includes the four new workbooks made for each of the four main sections of the course (Family, Education, Crime & Deviance, and Social Stratification) and, as a bonus resource, my very popular Research Methods workbook. The workbooks were designed for the AQA specification and adapted for the WJEC/EDUQAS specification (two versions of each workbook are included in this resource pack). Each of the four main workbooks contains the following: Student Progress-Check Tasks A Personal Learning Checklist Activity 1 - Mind-Map Overview Task Activity 2 - Reading Comprehension Activity 3 - Key-Work Match & Listing Tasks Activity 4 - Online Research Tasks Activity 5 - Reading Comprehension Activity 6 - Bare-bones Essay Planning Task Activity 7 - Creative Tasks (Posters & Poetry) Activity 8 - Investigate & Report (Newspaper Article Task) Activity 9 - Reading Comprehension Activity 10 - Essay-Planning Activity Activity 11- Essay Assessment Extension Tasks (Many!) Each contains 25+ sides of activities and is designed to be printed as a double-sided workbook. The files are in editable Word (.doc) format in-case you wish to make any amendments (e.g. changing the exam questions). The workbooks are not designed to be a comprehensive: they each include selected readings and cover some (not all) of the topics listed in the specification. If you are happy with your purchase and leave a 5* rating for this TES bundle, please email me ( godwin86@gmail.com ) and I will send you a FREE ‘Revision Strategy Battle Planner’ which will be useful for your Year 11 students. Visit gcsesociology.com for more GCSE Sociology resources! Make sure you join the main GCSE Sociology Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/sociologygcse/ Copyright Adam Godwin (2020) - strictly not for redistribution.
[P4C] The Moral Dilemma Generator - [200 Slide PPT with 'Randomiser'] PHILOSOPHY FOR KIDS
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[P4C] The Moral Dilemma Generator - [200 Slide PPT with 'Randomiser'] PHILOSOPHY FOR KIDS

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Generate instant ethical debates! This is a 200 slide PPT, containing 198 moral/ethical debates, discussions, and dilemmas. It also contains a ‘randomiser’ slide: when clicked a random moral problem is presented to the group. Uses: -P4C (Philosophy for kids) -Form time activities -R.S./Philosophy/Citizenship cover lessons -Debating societies -Making best use of spare time at the end of lessons Discussions follow one of four formats, each asking students to move from one side of the room or the other to make their position clear: teachers should then use questioning to foster a debate between students, encouraging them to present reasons for their choice and defend their position. The formats are: -“Which is more moral?” (students chose between two options) -“Agree or disagree?” (where students respond to a presented statement about morality of a moral issue) -“Who do you save?” (where students need to save one of two people/options, and justify the morality of their decision) -“Moral or immoral?” (where students cast their judgement on a given action, event or person. This resource is great value at £4.99 and cannot be found elsewhere: -It clearly contributes to the Moral aspect of your school’s SMSC provision -It allows for countless hours of discussion and debate to be structured in a focussed and engaging manner. -It would take days to reproduce yourself. -It can save vast amounts of staff time in preparing cover lessons -It is the perfect way to make the most of any time a teacher might have left at the end of a lesson. -It deals with cross curricular issues Please note: this resource deals with controversial issues, debates and questions that may be deemed unsuitable for younger children. It is designed for secondary school students, but can be easily adapted to younger years with appropriate amendments by their teacher.
'What Does it Mean to be Moral?' -KS3- Moral Philosophy, Animal Rights & Religion [7 Lessons]
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'What Does it Mean to be Moral?' -KS3- Moral Philosophy, Animal Rights & Religion [7 Lessons]

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Complete teaching resources for KS3 Religious Studies topic 'What does it mean to be moral?' Originally designed for mixed ability year 9 classes. The aim of this module is to: -Introduce utilitarianism and deontology to students -Foster debates about the nature of morality as well as specific moral issues. -Introduce the concept of animal rights. -Explain religious attitudes to animal rights. Specific lesson topics are: -The nature of morality -Debating Moral Issues -Utilitarianism -Deontology -Animal Rights / Animal Testing -Religious Attitudes to Animal Rights -Assessment Lesson Lesson Powerpoints are contained in a single file.
The Power of Critical Thinking: Philosophy Lesson for Students Aged 8-16 [P4C, Misinformation]
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The Power of Critical Thinking: Philosophy Lesson for Students Aged 8-16 [P4C, Misinformation]

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Help students to protect themselves against misinformation and delusion with this powerful set of resources! In the age of misinformation teaching critical-thinking skills is an essential duty for teachers and schools. Aside from our standard ‘Fun Philosophy Lesson’ which will help you to trigger deep discussions and engaging debates about critical thinking with ease, this download also includes a special ‘Defence Against the Dark Arts’ lesson which is based on recent research that suggest ‘inoculating against misinformation’ is far more effective than trying to undo false beliefs retrospectively. The resource also includes our Logical Fallacy Training Pack which helps students practice their skills at detecting deceptive and manipulative arguments using the power of reason and logic! This philosophy teaching resource pack is of interest to all teachers working with students aged 8-16 and explores topics such as: The nature of critical thinking The value of scepticism Emotional biases in the pursuit of truth Logical Fallacies Reliable vs unreliable sources of information Detecting misinformation online The big question asked in this session is “How do we know if a particular claim is really true?”. Using a variety of engaging activities students will discuss and debate a wide range of other philosophical questions such as: Why is it important to be sceptical about what we read online? What might happen to a person who had absolutely no critical-thinking skills? What are the main sources of bias that influence your ability to wisely discern truth from falsehood? and To what extent is it possible to be 100% certain about anything? Students will also analyse and evaluate an eclectic mix of philosophical claims such as: “We can trust that what our parents and teachers tell us is definitely true.” ���Our emotions and feelings can get in the way of our rational pursuit of the truth” and “We should be wary of people who hold extreme political views” As with all our resources, this session will help students to develop vital communication, social and interpersonal skills: healthy debates will help learners to practice ‘disagreeing in an agreeable fashion’. This resource is suitable for students aged 8-16; due to the flexible nature of the sessions design it can be used for multiple hour-long sessions or as a short stimulating tutor-group activity. The ‘Fun Philosophy Lesson’ resource uses our unique format for philosophy teaching resources and features an integrated menu that allows teachers to select from a variety of starter, main, plenary, assessment and end-of-lesson reflection activities. You can browse and access all our P4C (Philosophy for Children) teaching resources at https://www.funphilosophylessons.com Download a FREE ‘Fun Philosophy Lesson’ sample here: https://www.funphilosophylessons.com/free-sample
Religion, Peace & Conflict (10 Lesson Unit) (AQA GCSE Religious Studies)
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Religion, Peace & Conflict (10 Lesson Unit) (AQA GCSE Religious Studies)

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This bundle contains ten fully resourced and professionally designed KS4 Religious Studies lessons as well as additional teaching materials for GCSE Religious Studies: Thematic Studies. It has been created for the latest AQA GCSE Religious Studies Specification and covers the thematic study ‘Religion, Peace & Conflict’ (Theme D) and focuses on Christian teachings. It should be useful to all GCSE Religious Studies teachers: even if using other specifications. The download includes 10 Lessons, though some can be used over two 1-hour periods: Introduction Central Debates The Causes of War Christianity, Pacifism & Peaceful Protest Christian Teachings About War & Peace Nuclear Weapons & Weapons of Mass Destruction ICT Suite Lesson Religious Responses to War Assessment Lesson Unit Overview (Video-Learning Worksheet Lesson) The bundle also includes: -A Personal Learning Checklist (PLC) for this unit -A collection of older files, relevant to this topic, from my teacher career -A DIRT/AfL Worksheet -The Christian Ethical Debate Generator For most RE teachers this download includes everything you need to teach this thematic study, not including the comparative religion aspect of the thematic study. Lessons about comparative religious traditions will be released at a later date as “bolt-ons” to this 10-lesson unit. My ambition was to make the best available thematic studies resources on Tes, so I hope you like it! If you are pleased with this bundle, please leave a review so that other RE teachers know that it is worth getting :) Feel free to contact me if you have any questions: godwin86@gmail.com ____________________ System Requirements: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) Printing (for the worksheet) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) . Check-out some of our most popular resources on TES! GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Hinduism (Thematic Studies Units) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) . GCSE Religious Studies Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ReligiousStudiesGCSE/ .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) . GCSE Sociology Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sociologygcse .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Download new Metacognition & Self-Regulated Learning Resources at www.globalmetacognition.com You can download some FREE Metacognitive Strategies here: https://www.globalmetacognition.com/free-downloads And learn all about metacognition & self-regulated learning for free here: https://www.globalmetacognition.com/blog Join our community on Facebook!: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EducationalMetacognition/ . . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
GCSE - Buddhism -Lesson 10 [Ethics, Kamma, 6 Perfections (Paramitas),Metta, Karuna] New Specs
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GCSE - Buddhism -Lesson 10 [Ethics, Kamma, 6 Perfections (Paramitas),Metta, Karuna] New Specs

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This is the tenth in a series of lessons on Buddhism for GCSE level students for the 'Beliefs, Teachings & Practices' section of the course [section A]. It is suitable for all exam-boards. The complete series of GCSE Budhism lessons, as well as learning mats, PLCs and revision sessions can be downloaded at our TES Shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/godwin86 The Download includes: -A PPT Containing a Full Lesson -A complete lesson plan covering: objectives, key-words, differentiation, and lesson timeline -A double sided worksheet -A short video about The Six Perfections featuring a Dharma Talk by a Buddhist Monk -A music file for one of the discussion tasks. -A Homework Task The topic of the lesson focusses on the following part of the specification: Buddhist Ethics • The meanings of the following terms: Kamma/Karma and rebirth/rebecomming (punabbhava), Compassion (karuna), Loving kindness (metta/maitri), Six perfections/virtues (paramitas) • The role and significance of ethical principles in Buddhism, including the Six Perfections. • Issues related to ethical teachings, including the importance of balancing compassion with wisdom Sources: Karaniya Metta Sutta (Sutta Nipatta 1:8) Diamond Sutta 4 and 23 Thank you for your download! Please download our other lessons as a part of this GCSE Buddhism course from our shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/godwin86
GCSE Business Studies - Workbook [Video Learning Workbook]
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GCSE Business Studies - Workbook [Video Learning Workbook]

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This printable workbook is suitable for homework, classwork or distance learning: it will help your students to get more from watching documentaries and videos. This colourful printable booklet includes ten learning sessions spread over twenty pages. You could also just print a couple of pages from this workbook to create a worksheet for an instant video-learning lesson: ideal for cover lessons! This teaching resource is designed for GCSE Business Studies and deals with a broad range of topics. The workbook is suitable for all exam specifications. The workbook includes links to ten different documentaries or lengthily videos and straight-forward note-taking and comprehension activities so as to structure and foster engagement with the documentary whilst enhancing student learning. The twenty-page workbook was designed with homework in mind and contains ten different homework sessions. I would suggest using the booklets as a simple way to take care of ‘every other homework’ and use it to supplement your other approaches to homework: just print the booklets out and give them to your students. You can also use the booklets just as well in a classroom setting and they are incredibly easy to use such that even a non-specialist cover-teacher could make use of them. They’re also an ideal way to bolster your distance learning provisions in times of student absence. Over time some of the links in this workbook may expire, I’ll try to update them from time to time but the workbook is easy to edit - so make sure you check that the links still work before printing and update any broken/defunct links that might crop-up! I’ve done my best to include links to the best videos available for this topic: teachers should ensure that the video links included are suitable for their specific classes. Interested in metacognition and self-regulated learning? Check-out The Global Metacognition Institute: www.globalmetacognition.com Find the articles and research at www.globalmetacognition.com/blog Join The Global Metacognition Institute to access all of their resources: www.globalmetacognition.com/plans-pricing Copyright Adam Godwin (2020)
EDUCATION (20 Lessons) [ GCSE Sociology ]
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EDUCATION (20 Lessons) [ GCSE Sociology ]

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This bundle contains 20 lessons for the Education section of the new GCSE Sociology specification. This bundle was updated in March 2020 so that all of the PowerPoints are in the standard format and, consequently, more easy to edit than before. Whilst it is useful to any teacher of Sociology, it was designed for the new AQA Sociology GCSE specification (8192) taught from September 2017. It is designed to be a self-contained, comprehensive and complete resource: everything a teacher/department need to teach the Education section of the course. Each lesson comes in a .Zip file, This file contains: -A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf) -A premium quality, editable, PowerPoint Presentation -Homework [-Most of the lessons include a worksheet (double-sided A4 or A3)] We take considerable time making the highest quality lessons and we believe these are the best GCSE Sociology resources money can buy, positive reviews are greatly appreciated. Our intention is to have the other units of the new . Check-out some of our most popular resources on TES! GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Hinduism (Thematic Studies Units) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) . GCSE Religious Studies Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ReligiousStudiesGCSE/ .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) . GCSE Sociology Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sociologygcse .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Download new Metacognition & Self-Regulated Learning Resources at www.globalmetacognition.com You can download some FREE Metacognitive Strategies here: https://www.globalmetacognition.com/free-downloads And learn all about metacognition & self-regulated learning for free here: https://www.globalmetacognition.com/blog Join our community on Facebook!: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EducationalMetacognition/ . . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
Food & Nutrition Christmas Quiz!
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Food & Nutrition Christmas Quiz!

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A professionally designed Christmas quiz for teachers of Food & Nutrition to use with KS3-5 students, featuring 60 well-presented questions, and an answer sheet. If you like it: leave a 5* rating and email us (godwin86@gmail.com) and we’ll send you a beautiful Christmas Crossword worksheet for free! The quiz also includes a word-search (on screen) and a couple of anagram rounds. Fifty of the questions are all Christmas-related and not connected to a specific school-subject: the final ten are subject specific and deal either with GCSE terminology of “fun facts”. Differentiation can easily be achieved by changing quiz group sizes. The quiz is suitable for KS3-5. Completing and peer-marking the 60-question quiz should take the best part of a 1-hour lesson.
20 x 15-Mark Model Answers (WJEC EDUQAS GCSE Sociology) [Exam, Assessment, AfL, Revision]
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20 x 15-Mark Model Answers (WJEC EDUQAS GCSE Sociology) [Exam, Assessment, AfL, Revision]

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This bundle contains 20 model-answers for 15-mark rubrics in the new GCSE Sociology course (WJEC/EDUQAS specification). By using these 15-mark rubrics and examplar answers over the 2-year course: it will be an excellent component of their exam preparation. Please note: these resources are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2018), please do not redistribute them or share them under any circumstances. . Check-out some of our most popular resources on TES! GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Hinduism (Thematic Studies Units) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) . GCSE Religious Studies Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ReligiousStudiesGCSE/ .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) . GCSE Sociology Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sociologygcse .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Download new Metacognition & Self-Regulated Learning Resources at www.globalmetacognition.com You can download some FREE Metacognitive Strategies here: https://www.globalmetacognition.com/free-downloads And learn all about metacognition & self-regulated learning for free here: https://www.globalmetacognition.com/blog Join our community on Facebook!: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EducationalMetacognition/ . . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
KS3  Buddhism - Complete Resource Pack (10 Lessons)
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KS3 Buddhism - Complete Resource Pack (10 Lessons)

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Created by a Soto Zen Buddhist & specialist Philosophy & Religion teacher, for the teaching of Buddhism at Key-Stage 3. This 10 lessons course aims to move beyond Tibetan Buddhism alone to help students understand Buddhism as a whole. It features a wide array of starters, activities, worksheets, presentations, and plenaries. It contains two assessments. A file is includes ‘List of Videos for Lessons’ referencing YouTube videos associated with this course. For most teachers this will be the only resource needed for teaching Buddhism at Key-stage 3 and may be of use to GCSE students in learning a comparative religion. Course contents include lessons on: -Buddhism as a World Religion -The Life of The Buddha -The Four Noble Truths -The Eightfold Path -The Three Jewels -The Three Marks of Existence & ‘Ultimate Truths’ -A lesson about Meditation (with instructions) -The Life of Buddhist Monks -Buddhist Attitudes to Money -Buddhist Views on the Afterlife The attached image features sample slides and activities from the presentation and hopefully represents the vibrant, professional and clear style it’s creator was aiming for. “May you be happy, may you be healthy, may you be peaceful.”
GCSE Buddhism - Revision Workbook  (AQA/OCR) - Revision Activities, Notes, Tasks - 40 PAGE BOOKLET!
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GCSE Buddhism - Revision Workbook (AQA/OCR) - Revision Activities, Notes, Tasks - 40 PAGE BOOKLET!

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This download is for GCSE Religious Studies teachers covering Buddhism as a comparative religion. It is especially useful for teachers using the AQA/OCR exam specifications. The workbook contains: -Revision notes on all of the topics on the specification -Revision activities -A glossary of key-words -A personal learning checklist -Crosswords & key-word word-searches (just for fun!) -An extensive selection of religious artwork It is a 40 page Word document (easily amended, edited or added to). It is intended to be printed as a double-sided A4 booklet and given to students as a revision aid. It is ideal for teachers without textbooks, or who cannot allow students to take textbooks home. It can also be given to students at the start of the course and will help them with homework tasks and revision. Positive reviews always greatly appreciated. [ 19/11/17 - V2 uploaded with corrected spellings and grammar ]
The Sociology Debate Generator! (200 DEBATES for GCSE/AS/A2) [Revision, Discussions] AQA/OCR (P4C)
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The Sociology Debate Generator! (200 DEBATES for GCSE/AS/A2) [Revision, Discussions] AQA/OCR (P4C)

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Essential for any KS4/5 Sociology teachers! Generate debates instantly, never waste a minute of class-time! This is a 202 slide PPT, containing 200 Sociological debates, discussions, and dilemmas. It also contains a ‘randomiser’ slide: when clicked a random sociological debate is presented to the group. Uses: -GCSE/AS/A2 Sociology Classes -P4C (Philosophy for kids) -Form time activities -Sociology/Citizenship/History/Politics/R.S./Philosophy cover lessons -Debating societies -Making best use of spare time at the end of lessons Discussions follow one of three formats, each asking students to move from one side of the room or the other to make their position clear: teachers should then use questioning to foster a debate between students, encouraging them to present reasons for their choice and defend their position. The formats are: -Agree or Disagree? -Which parallel dimension would you go to? -Which of the two laws would you put in place? This resource is great value at £4.99 and cannot be found elsewhere: -It clearly contributes to your school’s SMSC provision -Furthers students’ critical thinking skills -It allows for countless hours of discussion and debate to be structured in a focussed and engaging manner -It would take days to reproduce yourself -It can save vast amounts of staff time in preparing cover lessons -It is the perfect way to make the most of any time a teacher might have left at the end of a lesson -It deals with cross curricular issues Please note: this resource deals with controversial issues, debates and questions that may be deemed unsuitable for younger children. It is designed for secondary school students, but can be easily adapted to younger years with appropriate amendments by their teacher.
AQA GCSE Religious Studies: Theme B - Religion & Life [Over 70 Files!] Full Lessons & Resources
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AQA GCSE Religious Studies: Theme B - Religion & Life [Over 70 Files!] Full Lessons & Resources

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I went through all my old resources to find relevant files for the ‘Religion & Life’ theme of new specification and compiled them into this 70+ file bundle. Resources focus on Christianity but I will be making new resources for Buddhism soon. There are at least 10 full lessons to choose from in this bundle and much more aside from that. Update: 2018 Please note that I have now released updated resource packs for the ‘Thematic Studies’ component of the GCSE course. These can be found be clicking here. They are considerably higher quality, better value and generally superior to these older files in every way so have a look!
Reincarnation, Nature of Atman & 'Who Are You?'
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Reincarnation, Nature of Atman & 'Who Are You?'

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Topics: Reincarnation, Nature of Atman ‘who are you?’ . Check-out some of our most popular resources on TES! GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) [Hinduism (Thematic Studies Units)]( Islam (Thematic Studies Units) . GCSE Religious Studies Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ReligiousStudiesGCSE/ .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) . GCSE Sociology Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sociologygcse .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Download new Metacognition & Self-Regulated Learning Resources at www.globalmetacognition.com You can download some FREE Metacognitive Strategies here: https://www.globalmetacognition.com/free-downloads And learn all about metacognition & self-regulated learning for free here: https://www.globalmetacognition.com/blog Join our community on Facebook!: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EducationalMetacognition/ . . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
Metacognition Activity
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Metacognition Activity

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This is a great metacognition activity to use at the end of your lessons! Download it for free and use it today! Description: This straightforward activity should be run at the end of a lesson: it’s a quick activity that encourages students to reflect on metacognitive factors that have helped them to learn or presented obstacles to learning. Students are presented with a question and move around the room to show their response, providing an opportunity for further metacognitive questioning from the teacher. How To Use: Simply run the PowerPoint Show at the end of your lesson (when there are 5-10 minutes remaining) Each slide presents your class with four options: they must move to different corners of the room to indicate their answer! Once students have moved: it is an ideal opportunity to ask questions that lead them towards insight surrounding their own learning and how they can increase their learning-power in future lessons. What’s Included: A PowerPoint Show (.ppsx) This metacognition activity is brought to you by The Global Metacognition Institute (globalmetacognition.com) All resources can be shared, but users agree not to modify or resell this resource. You can find more metacognition teaching resources at globalmetacognition.com Copyright Adam Godwin (2019)