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RE 101: Religion & Philosophy Resources

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RE 101: Religion & Philosophy Resources is shop for teachers of Philosophy & Ethics, Religious Studies & Politics. It sells Schemes of Work, Knowledge Organisers, PowerPoint Lessons, Personalised Learning Checklists (PLCs), Key Word Glossaries, Electronic Reading Lists and many other revision resources. Exam Boards covered include: OCR, AQA, Edexcel and Eduqas/WJEC

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RE 101: Religion & Philosophy Resources is shop for teachers of Philosophy & Ethics, Religious Studies & Politics. It sells Schemes of Work, Knowledge Organisers, PowerPoint Lessons, Personalised Learning Checklists (PLCs), Key Word Glossaries, Electronic Reading Lists and many other revision resources. Exam Boards covered include: OCR, AQA, Edexcel and Eduqas/WJEC
Scheme of Work (SOW) Template
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Scheme of Work (SOW) Template

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Scheme of Work (SOW) Template A blank scheme of work template on Microsoft Word. It contains a cover page with Ofsted compliant sections on Curriculum Intent as well as a lesson-by-lesson scheme of work containing: Learning Outcomes Lesson Activities Key Words Homework
Ofsted Deep Dive Preparation / Folder (Secondary Phase)
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Ofsted Deep Dive Preparation / Folder (Secondary Phase)

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Ofsted Deep Dive Preparation / Folder (Secondary Phase) This is a collection of 15 blank templates that can be used to support an Ofsted Inspection or Deep Dive. It can be used by Senior Leaders (SLT) at a Whole School Level as well as by Heads of Department (HoDs) at a subject leavel. It has been designed for the new Ofsted Framework. The resource contains the following blank Microsoft Word templates: School & Department Context Document Progress since previous Inspection Document Assessment of Strengths & Weaknesses Document Self-Evaluation Form (SEF) School Improvement Action Plan (SAIP) / Development Plan Curriculum Intent Document Curriculum Map / Learning Journey Scheme of Work Assessment Calendar Impact Report Quality of Education Tracking Document Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Record S.M.S.C. Summary Document Pupil Surveys Timetable
KS3 Christianity Lesson: Who was Jesus?
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KS3 Christianity Lesson: Who was Jesus?

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Key Stage 3 Christianity Lesson: Who was Jesus? This is a fully resourced and editable PowerPoint lesson introducing students to the topic of Christianity and the life of Jesus. It is suitable for Year 7, 8 and 9 students. The lesson contains the following activities: A brainstorm on what students already know about Christianity. A time-line of the life of Jesus. A card sort activity on the most significant events in Jesus’ life. A writing task summarising the learning of the lesson. Please note that this lesson can be taught in isolation on it’s own or as part of a 6 lesson scheme of work on Christianity.
Christian Beliefs & Teachings - GCSE Religious Studies Knowledge Organiser
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Christian Beliefs & Teachings - GCSE Religious Studies Knowledge Organiser

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GCSE Religious Studies Knowledge Organiser - Christian Key Beliefs & Teaching This is a fully editable 2-page Knowledge Organiser for Year 10 and 11 (KS4) students taking a Religious Studies or GCSE. It contains key content, key words and key quotes, along with the following content: The Nature of God The Holy Trinity Biblical Accounts of Creation Creation and the Problem of Evil & Suffering Jesus Christ (Incarnation, Crucifixion, Resurrection and Ascension) Life After Death (Heaven & Hell) Sin, Atonement and Salvation This Knowledge Organiser is suitable for the following exam specifications: OCR Religious Studies (GCSE) , AQA Religious Studies (GCSE), Edexcel Religious Studies (GCSE) and Eduqas/WJEC Religious Studies (GCSE).
KS3 Christianity Lesson: Should you believe in miracles?
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KS3 Christianity Lesson: Should you believe in miracles?

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Key Stage 3 Christianity Lesson: Should you believe in miracles? This is a fully resourced and editable PowerPoint lesson introducing students to the topic of Christianity and David Hume’s Critique of Miracles. It is suitable for Year 7, 8 and 9 students. The lesson contains the following activities: A discussion task around the miracles of Jesus An explanation of the Principles of Testimony and Credulity A card sort on David Hume’s Critique of Miracles A writing task summarising the learning of the lesson. A plenary activity Please note that this lesson can be taught in isolation on it’s own or as part of a 6 lesson scheme of work on Christianity.
KS3 Judaism Lesson: When did Judaism begin?
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KS3 Judaism Lesson: When did Judaism begin?

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Key Stage 3 Judaism Lesson: When did Judaism begin? This is a fully resourced and editable PowerPoint lesson introducing students to the topic of Judaism and the history of Judaism. It is suitable for Year 7, 8 and 9 students. The lesson contains the following activities: A brainstorm on what students already know about Judaism. A time-line of Jewish history. A card sort activity on the most significant events in Jewish history. A writing task summarising the learning of the lesson. Please note that this lesson can be taught in isolation on it’s own or as part of a 6 lesson scheme of work on Judaism.
KS3 Judaism Lesson: How do Jewish people respond to Holocaust
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KS3 Judaism Lesson: How do Jewish people respond to Holocaust

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Key Stage 3 Judaism Lesson: How do Jewish people respond to the Holocaust? This is a fully resourced and editable PowerPoint lesson introducing students to the topic of Judaism and responses to the Holocaust. It is suitable for Year 7, 8 and 9 students. The lesson contains the following activities: A discussion task around Jewish history and the Problem of Suffering A research task about responses and impact of the Holocaust A writing task summarising the learning of the lesson. A plenary activity evaluating the significance and impact of the Holocaust Please note that this lesson can be taught in isolation on it’s own or as part of a 6 lesson scheme of work on Judaism.
KS3 Judaism Knowledge Organiser
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KS3 Judaism Knowledge Organiser

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**Key Stage 3 Judaism Knowledge Organiser This is a fully editable Microsoft Word document revising the topic of Judaism. It can be used as a generic resource for revision or with the RE101 KS3 Judaism Scheme of Work and lesson resources. It is suitable for Year 7, 8 and 9 students. The Knowledge Organiser contains the following: A list of Key Terms and Words A History of Judaism including Abraham and Moses A description of the Key Beliefs about God of Judaism A description of the Key Rituals, Practices, Festivals and Worship in Judaism An explanation of Jewish responses to the Holocaust
Unit of Work Lessons: Arguments for the Existence of God
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Unit of Work Lessons: Arguments for the Existence of God

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Unit of Work Lessons: Arguments for the Existence of God This includes 6 two hour lessons on the following: The Design Argument The Cosmological Argument The Ontological Argument Each lessons comes with a fully-resources PowerPoint and a reading to be photocopied and used in lessons. Please note that these lessons are suitable for AQA, OCR and Edexcel specifications of Religious Studies (Philosophy of Religion) and match the Kallipolos Scheme of Work avaliable on TES.
Free-Will & Moral Responsibility - Knowledge Organiser
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Free-Will & Moral Responsibility - Knowledge Organiser

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**Key Stage 5 (KS5) Religion & Ethics Knowledge Organiser: Free-Will & Moral Responsibility This is a one-page Knowledge Organiser designed for Sixth Form students taking Religious Studies or Philosophy A-Level. It contains key content, key words and suggested wider readings. The following content is contained within the Knowledge Organiser: Free-Will Hard Determinism Libertarianism Soft-Determinism / Compatibilism This Knowledge Organiser is suitable for the following exam specifications: AQA Religious Studies (A-Level).
Dialogues between Religious and Non-Religious Groups - GCSE Religious Studies (RS) Knowledge Organ
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Dialogues between Religious and Non-Religious Groups - GCSE Religious Studies (RS) Knowledge Organ

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Dialogues between Religious and Non-Religious Groups - GCSE Religious Studies (RS) Knowledge Organiser This is a two-page Knowledge Organiser designed for Year 10 and 11 (KS4) students taking Religious Studies or GCSE. The Knowledge Organiser looks at Christian views only. It contains key content, key words and key quotes for the GCSE exams. The following content is contained within the Knowledge Organiser: Religion & Secularisation in the UK Potential Clashes over education, law, medicine & marriage Interfaith Dialogue Exclusivism, Inclusivism & Pluralism Agnosticism, Atheism & Humanism This Knowledge Organiser is suitable for the following exam specifications: OCR Religious Studies (GCSEl)
Human Rights & Social Justice - GCSE Religious Studies (RS) Knowledge Organiser
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Human Rights & Social Justice - GCSE Religious Studies (RS) Knowledge Organiser

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Human Rights & Social Justice - GCSE Religious Studies (RS) Knowledge Organiser This is a two-page Knowledge Organiser designed for Year 10 and 11 (KS4) students taking Religious Studies or GCSE. The Knowledge Organiser looks predominately at Christian views (Liberal & Catholic) but also looks briefly at other religious stances (Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Sikhism & Hinduism). It contains key content, key words and key quotes for the GCSE exams. The following content is contained within the Knowledge Organiser: Human Rights Prejudice & Discrimination Racism Sexism / Gender Equality Homophobia Wealth & Poverty Charity This Knowledge Organiser is suitable for the following exam specifications: OCR Religious Studies (GCSEl) , AQA Religious Studies (GCSE), Edexcel Religious Studies (GCSE) and Eduqas (WJEC) Religious Studies (GCSE).
AQA Religious Studies KS5 Knowledge Organisers - Unit 1 Religion & Ethics Revision Pack
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AQA Religious Studies KS5 Knowledge Organisers - Unit 1 Religion & Ethics Revision Pack

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15 Knowledge Organisers for AQAReligious Studies Key Stage 5 (KS5) Religious Studies: Unit 2 Religion & Ethics Revision Pack Topics Include: Natural Moral Law Situation Ethics Kantian Ethics Utilitarianism Applied Ethics: Sexual Ethics Applied Ethics: Animal Rights Applied Ethics: Medical Ethics (Euthanasia & Abortion) Applied Ethics: War & Peace (Just War Theory) Meta-Ethics / Ethical Language The Conscience Free-Will & Morality Religion & Morality (Arguments for Atheism) This bundle also includes a AQA PLC with a list of potential exam questions, reading list and glossary of key terminology. This bundle is suitable for the following exam specifications: AQA Religious Studies (A-Level)
Self-Evaluation Form (SEF) Template
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Self-Evaluation Form (SEF) Template

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Self-Evaluation Form (SEF) Template A blank Self-Evaluation Form template on Microsoft Word. It contains sections around the Ofsted New Framework Guidance and descriptions of the Ofsted Criteria.
AQA KS5 Religious Studies: Unit 1 Philosophy of Religion - Personalised Learning Checklist (PLC)
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AQA KS5 Religious Studies: Unit 1 Philosophy of Religion - Personalised Learning Checklist (PLC)

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AQA Religious Studies Key Stage 5 (KS5): Unit 1 Philosophy of Religion Personalised Learning Checklist (PLC). Includes potential exam questions Topics Include: Arguments for the existence of God (including the design argument, the ontological argument and the cosmological argument); Evil & Suffering; Religious Experiences; Verifying Religious Experiences; Religious Language; Miracles; Soul, Death & the Afterlife; This PLC is suitable for the following exam specifications: AQA Religious Studies (A-Level)
The Cosmological Argument - Knowledge Organiser
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The Cosmological Argument - Knowledge Organiser

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Key Stage 5 (KS5) Philosophy of Religion Knowledge Organiser: The Cosmological Argument This is a one-page Knowledge Organiser designed for Sixth Form students taking Religious Studies or Philosophy A-Level. It contains key content, key words and suggested wider readings. The following content is contained within the Knowledge Organiser: St. Thomas Aquinas’ First Way: The Prime Mover; St. Thomas Aquinas’ Second Way: The Uncaused Case; St. Thomas Aquinas’ Third Way: The Argument for Necessity & Contingency; William Lane Craig’s Kalam Cosmological Argument; The Strengths & Weaknesses of Cosmological Arguments; This Knowledge Organiser is suitable for the following exam specifications: OCR Religious Studies (A-Level) , AQA Religious Studies (A-Level), Edexcel Religious Studies (A-Level) and Eduqas (WJEC) Religious Studies (A-Level)
FREE Arguments for Existence of God - Remote Learning Booklets
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FREE Arguments for Existence of God - Remote Learning Booklets

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Arguments for Existence of God - Remote Learning Booklets A collection of 7 home learning booklets that students can complete at home. Each booklet comes with 6 activities and a set textbook reading (also included). Bundle Contains: Design Argument Remote Learning Booklets Cosmological Argument Remote Learning Booklets Ontological Argument Remote Learnign Booklets This bundle is suitable for students studying A-Level Philosophy & Ethics or Religious Studies.
FREE Sixth Form (KS5) Religious Studies Learning Journey Poster
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FREE Sixth Form (KS5) Religious Studies Learning Journey Poster

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** Sixth Form (KS5) Religious Studies Learning Journey Poster** This is a summary curriculum document that can be used as a display, provided to parents or used during an Ofsted Inspection to explain the Religious Studies curriculum being taught. This Religious Studies Curriculum Learning Journey has been designed to fulfill a number of A-Level specifications (including AQA, OCR, Edexcel & Eduqas / WJEC) and to prepare students to continue studying related subjects at university. Please note that detailed Schemes of Work and fully resourced PowerPoint lessons for this Curriculum Learning Journey are avaliable for purchase from Kallipolis Philosophy Resources’ shop on the TES Website. Topics Covered in this Curriculum Learning Journey include: Philosophy of Religion Religious Ethics Developments in Christian Thought
FREE Secondary (KS3 & KS4) Religious Studies Learning Journey Poster
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FREE Secondary (KS3 & KS4) Religious Studies Learning Journey Poster

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Secondary (KS3 & KS4) Religious Studies Learning Journey Poster This is a summary curriculum document that can be used as a display, provided to parents or used during an Ofsted Inspection to explain the Religious Studies curriculum being taught. This Religious Studies Curriculum Learning Journey has been designed to fulfill a number of local agreed syllabus and GCSE specifications (including AQA, OCR, Edexcel & Eduqas / WJEC) and to prepare students to continue studying Religious Studies at A-Level. Please note that detailed Schemes of Work and fully resourced PowerPoint lessons for this Curriculum Learning Journey are avaliable for purchase from Kallipolis Philosophy Resources’ shop on the TES Website. Topics Covered in this Curriculum Learning Journey include: Christianity Islam Judaism Hinduism Buddhism Sikhism Philosophy of Religion Religious Ethics