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All resources are focused around Religious Studies. GCSE Edexcel Religious Studies focusing on Islam and Christianity. Please leave a review so that I can improve any resources and please drop me a message about any of the resources and how they are intended to be used. Thank you!!

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All resources are focused around Religious Studies. GCSE Edexcel Religious Studies focusing on Islam and Christianity. Please leave a review so that I can improve any resources and please drop me a message about any of the resources and how they are intended to be used. Thank you!!
Religious Experiences-Islam&Laylat al-Qadr
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Religious Experiences-Islam&Laylat al-Qadr

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Lesson from a scheme of work for KS3 about religious experiences, the focus is on Islam. This lesson focuses on life for Prophet Muhammad prior to the Night of Power, the events of the Night of Power and the importance for Muslims today. Please do leave feedback as it all helps with my lessons! Many thanks!
KS3 - Buddhist Festivals
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KS3 - Buddhist Festivals

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Part of a scheme of work about religious festivals. This is aimed at a year 7 mixed ability group. All feedback is welcomed! Thank you!
KS3 - Muslim Festivals - Eid
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KS3 - Muslim Festivals - Eid

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This is aimed at year 7 mixed ability. It is part of a scheme of work about religious festivals. This lesson focuses on Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitr. Please do leave any feedback that you may have. Thank you!
KS3 - Religious Experiences // Miracles
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KS3 - Religious Experiences // Miracles

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Updated lesson from 20/21 for KS3 on Religious Experiences. I do also have an older version of this lesson in my store. Lesson contains worksheets, differentiation, learning objectives and milestones.
KS3 - War Crimes
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KS3 - War Crimes

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Part of a scheme of work about peace and conflict. Aimed at lower ability Year 8. Content is examples of war crimes, international law and why justice is important. Thanks, please leave feedback, it all helps my future lessons! Please feel free to contact me!
KS3 - What is the Bible? Christianity
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KS3 - What is the Bible? Christianity

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Lesson focused on KS3 Learning objectives: To understand what the Bible is. To describe how Christians are respectful of the Bible. To explain the teachings of one Bible story. Part of a topic called ‘Sources of Wisdom’. Students are required to know about the Bible and why it is important to Christians.
Edexcel Religious Studies Spec B - Islam // Good, Evil and Suffering
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Edexcel Religious Studies Spec B - Islam // Good, Evil and Suffering

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Full 1 hour lesson on Good, Evil and Suffering, all information and exam questions follow the Edexcel Religious Studies Specification B - Islam, Crime and Punishment. This will require the textbook for two of the tasks. The lesson contains: Differentiated learning objectives Exam questions Quotes/Source of wisdom
Muslim Art
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Muslim Art

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Lesson showing the basics of Muslim art and how Muslims express themselves. Comparison at the end of the lesson for a writing task to compare Muslim art and Christian art. Handout to structure the lesson for lower ability.
KS3 - Inspirational Leaders // Mother Teresa
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KS3 - Inspirational Leaders // Mother Teresa

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Updated lesson from 20/21 for KS3 on Inspirational Leaders. I am uploading this lesson for free as I have used other TES Authors tasks to create my lesson. Thank you to those amazing TES Authors! Lesson contains worksheets, differentiation, learning objectives and milestones.
Citizenship - Online Grooming: Breck Bednar Documentary
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Citizenship - Online Grooming: Breck Bednar Documentary

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This is lesson four of the Breck Bednar scheme of work. Please find the teachers notes and clips linked on the PowerPoint. This is the documentary, there are notes attached. Also has a task sheet for them to ‘write a letter to Breck’ Thank you! Any questions, please ask.