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RS Teacher in an Outstanding comprehensive school in London. All my lessons are always conceptual, accurate in content, challenging and engaging for students. The department is consistently among the best results in the school with strong P8 and attainment scores. I would greatly appreciate any feedback on resources, good or bad, I'm always looking to improve, please review!

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RS Teacher in an Outstanding comprehensive school in London. All my lessons are always conceptual, accurate in content, challenging and engaging for students. The department is consistently among the best results in the school with strong P8 and attainment scores. I would greatly appreciate any feedback on resources, good or bad, I'm always looking to improve, please review!
AQA GCSE RE RS - Christianity Beliefs - L7 Sin, Salvation and Atonement
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AQA GCSE RE RS - Christianity Beliefs - L7 Sin, Salvation and Atonement

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This is a fairly packed lesson trying to cover all the ground on these topics. It starts with getting an understanding of sin and its real problem, then goes on to look at the need for a saviour before finally identifying Jesus as that saviour in Christian thought. There are a couple highly informative videos (the you tube channel has lots more good ones I highly recommend it) if they don’t work reload the power point and give it time to load. Punctuated within are a number of questions as well as a detailed info sheet that could be used for multiple activities.
AQA A level RS Secularisation bundle
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AQA A level RS Secularisation bundle

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(Picture for attention, it provokes some great responses in class!) 4 Lessons covering various topics from AQA A level Religious Studies unit on secularisation. I didn’t find it the most interesting of all the topics to teach so hopefully this allows you to get through it quickly and efficiently! Topics include: Militant Atheism Develops in Christian thought (wealth and poverty) New forms of Expression: Fresh Expressions New forms of Expression: House Church Movement Liberation Theology
AQA GCSE RE RS - Christianity Beliefs - Complete Unit - 9 Lessons
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AQA GCSE RE RS - Christianity Beliefs - Complete Unit - 9 Lessons

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This is a full unit for the 9-1 AQA GCSE RS course. Please consult individual lesson pages (uploaded individually) for detail on each. The lessons are designed to be taught as doubles but are easily adaptable to squeeze into shorter periods (as I do because we have an odd timetable) I recommend doing them in this order, the lessons are as follows: Lesson 1: Nature of God Lesson 2: The Trinity Lesson 3: Creation Lesson 4: Incarnation and Son of God Lesson 5: The crucifixion Lesson 6: Resurrection and ascension Lesson 7: Sin, Salvation and Atonement Lesson 8: Heaven and Hell Lesson 9: Problem of Evil I’ve also included the keywords revision card game. Many of the lessons have timers and videos embedded, the videos take a few seconds to load, if they don’t work simply reopen the power point. I’ve kept the pricing low, all of us work hard for our money. Thank you!
AQA GCSE RE RS - Islam Practices 8 Lessons (Whole unit_
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AQA GCSE RE RS - Islam Practices 8 Lessons (Whole unit_

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This is a scheme of work for AQA GCSE RS, there are 8 lessons. 1 - 5 pillars and 10 obligatory acts and Shahadah 2 - Salah 3 - Sawm 4 - Zakah 5 - Hajj 6 - Id-ul-Fitr and Id-ul-Adha 7 - Jihad 8 - Ashura My lessons tend to be quite information heavy so they are a good revision resource, you may find you need to add in more activities as appropriate for your teaching style.
AQA GCSE RE RS - Islam Beliefs  Whole unit (8 Lessons)
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AQA GCSE RE RS - Islam Beliefs Whole unit (8 Lessons)

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AQA GCSE RE RS - Islam Beliefs lessons 1 - 4 For more information on each lesson, please see individual lesson pages. Lesson 1: Sunni Shi’a Split Lesson 2: Tawhid - oneness of God Lesson 3: Nature of God and Supremacy of God’s will Lesson 4: Predestination. Lesson 5: Angels Lesson 6: Life after death Lesson 7: Prophets Lesson 8: Qur’an and Holy books. I’ve also thrown in my question bank for this topic.
AQA GCSE RE RS - Theme E: Religion, Crime and Punishment WHOLE UNIT (7 Lessons)
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AQA GCSE RE RS - Theme E: Religion, Crime and Punishment WHOLE UNIT (7 Lessons)

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I focus the majority of this unit on Christianity as there is enough diversity to fulfill the exam requirements. However, it does still include Islam when appropriate. This lesson contains lots of information slides, ideal for home learning/revision. Easily adaptable into active learning strategies for your teaching style. There are videos embedded using the web player app. You need to click to activate the plug in on the embed. Sometimes they don’t work but normally reloading the PPT solves the problem! Key words booklet included. Lesson 1: What is Crime? Lesson 2: Reasons for Crime Lesson 3: Attitudes to Criminals Lesson 4: Aims of Punishment Lesson 5: Attitudes to the Treatment of Criminals Lesson 6: Attitudes to Forgiveness Lesson 7: Attitudes to the Death Penalty
Natural Moral Law Aquinas Year 12 -13 A Level
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Natural Moral Law Aquinas Year 12 -13 A Level

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A level lesson on Aquinas' Natural Moral Law, originally used as a revision lesson but easily works for a standard lesson, probably enough content to run over 2-3 hours of teaching on. Based on the new AQA A level but caters well enough for previous exam boards specs. Content covers key elements such as: Background/history Key features (absolutist/deontological) Theory - Telos, Eudaimonia 4 Laws Precepts Interior/exterior acts Double effect. PLEASE REVIEW :)
AQA GCSE RE RS Short Course 9-1 Scheme of Work
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AQA GCSE RE RS Short Course 9-1 Scheme of Work

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This is a very detailed Scheme of Work for Christianity and Islam sections of the AQA Short Course, it is designed to be taught on roughly 2 hours a fortnight but can be adapted easily. Included are lesson activity ideas and guidance on content. It covers both Christianity and Islam beliefs.
Problem of Evil AQA A level RS
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Problem of Evil AQA A level RS

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Included: Full lesson and activities for: Process Theology Free will defense Presentations for: Irenaen/Hick Theodicy Augustinian Theodicy Problem of Evil (intro)
AQA GCSE RS -7 Gender equality - Theme A Relationships and Families
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AQA GCSE RS -7 Gender equality - Theme A Relationships and Families

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In this lesson we explore the issue of gender equality. It looks at what it is and what it look/ doesn’t look like. A provocative starter includes images of 1950s sexist adds given out, great for getting discussion going. The lesson focuses on how Christians perceive gender difference as a good thing, but that it might mean there are different but equal roles men and women should play. It looks at the reasons why some Christians think this and why some do not. Lots of opportunity for discussion throughout.
Whole Unit  GCSE RS Theme A - Relationships and Families AQA
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Whole Unit GCSE RS Theme A - Relationships and Families AQA

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The teaching in this unit focuses on the Christian perspectives, this is because there is enough diversity in this tradition to satisfy the demands of the exam spec. I will however (probably around half term) update to include Islamic perspectives as well. it is the complete unit, I have also chucked in the keywords booklet, revision cards (can also be a game) and the knowledge organiser.
Arguments worksheet. Critical thinking, discussion and argument activity. Essay planning
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Arguments worksheet. Critical thinking, discussion and argument activity. Essay planning

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This worksheet was designed for the RE classroom as a way of helping students to develop their critical thinking and discussion skills (necessary for higher marks). It's quite simple but works really well and highly adaptable. Each finger can be used as a different point. The students then write inside the hands (something they find strangely enjoyable). This helps them see and remember what they have written and what they can then add. It helps them to plan answers as well as generate ideas for discussion. Each hand is for/against. Thanks!