This lesson explores what salvation means to Christians and the different atonement theories. It looks at the different Christian attitudes to salvation with information hunt and group work.
This is the second lesson in the Religion, peace & conflict unit titled ‘terrorism’. Her we explore what is meant by terrorism, what islamic extremism is and how the UK tackles the issue, how christian attitudes towards terrorism and its causes differ and also whether religion should have a part in politics with reference to the IRA.
This is the final lesson in the Christianity - practices unity of the new OCR GCSE. Provided is a full lesson (which will be covered over 2 hours) with attached resources outlining ecumenicalism, the meaning of Church, Churches Together Movement, the persecuted church and the work of Christian aid agencies.
This is the fifth lesson in the series of OCR GCSE Christianity beliefs and teachings. This lesson provides background into who Jesus was and what was expected through the prophecies. pupils will compare the prophecies to what Jesus was like in reality.
Follow on lesson from the Genesis creation accounts where students explore the issues surrounding the story of the fall and analyse the different Christian interpretations of the account
This lesson takes the students through what Christians believe about the Body and soul after death with a learning place mat that gathers all of the information in one place.
This resource looks at the different rites of passage, the sacraments of initiation and the Christian marriage ceremony. It comes with an article to get students discussing what the role of the Church is and a worksheet to fill in the sections of marriage.
This is lesson 3 in the practices unit of the Christianity topic. Focusses on prayer, types of prayer and the Lords prayer.
In this lesson pupils will learn about the Sermon on the Mount and how Christians have used this in practice (Mother Theresa, Martin Luther King Jr., and Blessed Oscar Romero)
This is the fourth lesson in the OCR Christianity unit explaining how the problem of evil and suffering may lead theists to question the belief in a loving and righteous God
This is the full 8 lessons in the Christianity practices unit with resources avaialble.
The third lesson in the OCR Christianity unit explaining what the Biblical accounts of creation reveal about God
Second lesson in the OCR GCSE RS Christianity unit beliefs, teachings and practices. This lesson introduces the idea of God as trinity.
Here is a revision pack for the GCSE unit of work on Christian beliefs and teachings to accompany the assessment (attached). It consists of 6 revision stations: Keywords game Nature of God (be the teacher challenge) Genesis and the fall (full mark answer challenge) Sin and Salvation (art task) Jesus' example role play Eschatological belief (AO1 + AO2 Bible story challenge) All with hints and tips for students to self assess as they go through. Students then have the opportunity to complete a R.A.G. review to see which areas they need to further focus their revision on