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Thank you for taking a look at my tes shop. I love making exciting resources for students that will get them thinking and scaffold their learning. I hope you find what you are looking for and find these resources helpful in your own classes.

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Thank you for taking a look at my tes shop. I love making exciting resources for students that will get them thinking and scaffold their learning. I hope you find what you are looking for and find these resources helpful in your own classes.
Miracles Activity
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Miracles Activity

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Cards from the card sort are be distributed to pupils. They show different philosophers' and theologians' beliefs about miracles. Pupils then complete the worksheet based on the information they have found out.
Five Pillars Activity
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Five Pillars Activity

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The information is displayed in different parts of the classroom. Pupils move round with their worksheet reading the information and filling in the answers to the questions.
Palestine in the Time of Jesus
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Palestine in the Time of Jesus

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Information sheets on different aspects of life in Palestine in Jesus’ time. Pupils could research one aspect in groups and feedback to the rest of the class. The document ‘Palestine in the time of Jesus’ is a grid which can be used to record their research.
Jesus' journey to the cross
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Jesus' journey to the cross

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A series of cards which can be distributed to pupils so they can think about how different people would have felt as Jesus walked to his crucifixion. To make it into an interactive activity, each pupil is given one card and they walk round the classroom asking the question to another pupil. When they have each asked each other their question and given an answer they swap cards and move on to ask someone else.
Theodicy: 3 Christian views on suffering
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Theodicy: 3 Christian views on suffering

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A worksheet looking at three Christian responses to suffering; the free will defence, suffering as a test and suffering as an opportunity. There are 12 questions for students to complete and the worksheet includes key passages from the Bible.
Heaven and Hell Activity
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Heaven and Hell Activity

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These Heaven and Hell info sheets can be displayed around the classroom or distributed to students. Students fill in their worksheets using the information. The starter activity gets pupils thinking about their own beliefs of heaven and hell.
The Big Bang Theory
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The Big Bang Theory

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A simple worksheet looking at how the Big Bang theory can be used in support of the Design Argument or against it. There are three simple questions for students to complete.
Miracles Starter
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Miracles Starter

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A simple starter activity allowing pupils to give their opinion on whether certain events are luck, coincidence, miracle or something else. Could for the basis for a discussion on what miracles are and whether they happen today.
Advent Research Activity
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Advent Research Activity

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Information from the ‘Advent Traditions’ document can be distributed or displayed around the room. Pupils then walk around and answer the questions on the ‘Advent Report Sheet’ using the information to help them.
Moral Decison Making
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Moral Decison Making

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Included in this download are three scenarios of ethical dilemmas and different advice that each character is given. There are three questions to consider at the bottom of each scenario. One scenario could be given to each pair or group to discuss and then to feed back to the class. These discussion could form the basis of a discussion about how we make decisions and what our sources of advice are.
Incarnation Starter
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Incarnation Starter

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An AT2 starter activity getting pupils to think about where they would live and what their lives would be like if they were God and had decided to come and live on earth. This introduces the topic of the incarnation and could lead into a discussion of the differences between what pupils would choose if they were God and how Jesus came into the world.