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I am a teacher of RE with 21 years experience

I am a teacher of RE with 21 years experience
Buddhism as a worldview
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Buddhism as a worldview

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A series of 8 lessons looking at Buddhism as a worldview. 1.Buddhism through a sociological lens To consider facts and figures about Buddhism around the world 2.Who was the Buddha? To consider who the Buddha is through a historical, religious and philosophical lense 3. The stories of Buddha *To consider what Buddhists learn from the teachings of Buddha 4. Buddhism and happiness *To consider to what extent Buddhism to contributes to happiness 5. Buddhism and morality To consider what Buddhism teaches about morality 6. Who was the Dalai Lama? To consider who the Dalai Lama is and his place within Tibetan Buddhism 7. Buddhism in the 21st century To consider what part Buddhism plays in the modern world, in terms of culture and wellbeing 8. Is Buddhism a religion? To consider whether Buddhism is a world view or a religion focussing in Ninian Smart;s 7 dimensions of religion It presupposes some previous knowledge of worldviews, lenses and types of truth
AQA GCSE RE Theme A Relationships and  Family
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AQA GCSE RE Theme A Relationships and Family

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A complete scheme of work for AQA GCSE RE Theme A Relationships and Family Includes complete A4 knowledge organiser, powerpoints and resources for each lesson, exam skill focus, checkpoints assessments and mark schemes and revision material. Christianity Focus Sexuality and homosexuality Sex before Marriage Sex Outside Marriage (adultery) Contraception and Family planning Revision and assessment on Sex Purpose and Nature of the Family Same Sex Marriage, Polygamy, cohabitation Divorce and remarriage Revision and checkpoint on marriage Nature and purpose of families in the 21st Century Same Sex Families Revision and checkpoint on Families Gender Equality (COMING SOON)
World Religions Day Assembly / Tutor time  powerpoint
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World Religions Day Assembly / Tutor time powerpoint

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Want an assembly or tutor time resource to promote World Religions Day in your school? Aimed to last 10 minutes without the video and 15 minutes with. Focusses on the beautiful things religion offers humans whether or not you are human and invites children to take one thing away with them to make their life a little bit brighter!
AQA Theme A Relationships and Families Checkpoint 1 - SEX
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AQA Theme A Relationships and Families Checkpoint 1 - SEX

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Rather than waiting until the end to check learning - do it as you go along. Each checkpoint tests; Knowledge Exam Skills This check point their knowledge from lessons 1-3 focussing on sex as well as the skill of 4 mark contrasting/similar beliefs questions Depending on time, you can do a revision lesson first, or set a revision task homework. Please find revision material, check point booklet plus a mark scheme
Buddhism as a world view Lesson 5 Buddhism and Morality
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Buddhism as a world view Lesson 5 Buddhism and Morality

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Starts by looking at the Buddhist symbol- the wheel and exploring what it means To look at the Five Precepts as a basis of morality, in the context of moral truths. How would the world be different if we followed these precepts? Considering the extra precepts for Monks and exploring what it is like to be a monk and the relationship between the monks and lay Buddhists to create the Sangha
Buddhism as a worldview Lesson 4 Buddhism and happiness
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Buddhism as a worldview Lesson 4 Buddhism and happiness

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A lesson to consider what the secret to happiness is. Looking at happiness from a sociological and philosophical lens. Comparing GDP to GNH - case study of Bhutan, the linking this to the teachings of the Buddha. Also provides an opportunity for children to spend time colouring a mandalas while listening to soothing music. You could destroy these after to emphasise non-attachment,