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Creative Religious Education resources for key stages 3 and 4 which draw on an experiential pedagogical perspective.

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Creative Religious Education resources for key stages 3 and 4 which draw on an experiential pedagogical perspective.
Abrahamic creation and map of world religions
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Abrahamic creation and map of world religions

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This is an introductory lesson to creation stories . It introduces the Christian/Jewish story of creation and encourages students to reflect on its importance. Students are also asked to engage with the demographics of world religion through a map colouring task.
Vesak and dharma day
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Vesak and dharma day

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Buddhist festivals Vesak and dharma day This powerpoint covers both Vesak and dharma day as two individual but short lessons which are aimed to take around 30 mins each. It can be adapted easily to be used as two distinct full lessons. The dharma day lesson has a good SMSC quality.
Infertility treatment
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Infertility treatment

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Links to edexcel lesson on infertility. This lesson provides an introduction to the nature of infertility treatments including all key terms.
Evil and suffering - What is evil?
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Evil and suffering - What is evil?

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This lesson asks students to consider definitions of evil and come up with their own. They reflect on a series of quotes regarding what evil is from a range of people (sourced from RE Today). Students are also introduced to the different categories of evil. This lesson is suitable for KS3 or weaker students at GCSE level.
Unanswered prayers Christianity/Other
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Unanswered prayers Christianity/Other

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This lesson looks at reactions to unanswered prayer and some of the solutions offered to explain why some prayers appear to be unanswered. For on of the activities you'll need access to a copy of Bruce almighty (I think it's available online). Links to edexcel syllabus
The Holy Trinity
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The Holy Trinity

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This lesson is designed as an introduction to the idea of the Holy Trinity. It links to the new edexcel GCSE spec - section one - Christian beliefs. The lesson includes an introduction to the idea the Trinity and how it links to Christian beliefs about the nature of God. It includes a variety of materials and tasks such as: a video analogies to help students grasp the concept a short card sort exercise. an exam question There are differentiated objectives and extension tasks to help stretch students thinking.
Christian teachings on moral responsibilities
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Christian teachings on moral responsibilities

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This lesson encourages students to reflect on the Christian duty to care for one and other. It looks at the idea of being your 'brothers keeper' through engagement with two biblical stories. Links to the edexcel syllabus.
Introduction to Revelations
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Introduction to Revelations

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This lesson was developed as part of s scheme of work based on new religious movements. It follows a basic lesson structure with reading and comprehension tasks suitable for students with good literacy skills - but also includes a differentiated task for lower ability students.
Capital punishment
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Capital punishment

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Intro to capital punishment. This lesson looks at what capital punishment is and the reasoning for and against it. Students reflect on a series of high profile case studies and consider whether they feel capital punishment can be just. Links to RS edexcel syllabus.
The Gospels - are they reliable historical sources?
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The Gospels - are they reliable historical sources?

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This lesson explores the reasons why the gospels may not be reliably historical sources. It uses video sources and a classroom game to help recreate and illustrate the problems of oral history and the impossibility of escaping our own interpretation of events.
The Sacraments/Prayer - confession
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The Sacraments/Prayer - confession

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This lesson explores the sacrament of confession. It looks at the importance of the act of confession from an experiential perspective and draws on the a literary source to help students understand the complexities and importance of this form of prayer. This lesson suitable for mid to high ability students. It will need differentiation for those less able. Links to the new edexcel syllabus
Matter's of life and death revision
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Matter's of life and death revision

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This resource includes a loop the loop key word game and sample answers from exam questions which student should grade and consider the strengths and weaknesses of each in order to develop their own exam/writing techniques.
Evil and suffering assessment
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Evil and suffering assessment

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This is an assessment lesson used at the end of a scheme of work on evil and suffering. It asks students to engage in a silent debate before drawing on the points made to complete a written assessment.
Evil and Suffering
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Evil and Suffering

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This bundle of lessons includes the power points for a whole scheme of work on evil and suffering. The lessons range from an introduction to the idea of evil, through to an exploration of the nature of God, responses to the problem of evil, Buddhist perspectives and an assessment task. These lessons are interactive and include many tasks that encourage students to develop their oral/discussion skills. These lessons can be used at KS3 or 4 and strongly support the the Edexcel GCSE syllabus.
Advent
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Advent

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This lesson first looks at the practical and emotional preparations that are involved in the advent period before considering the theological significance in relation to the fall and Jesus’ birth.
Liturgical worship - without lesson plan
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Liturgical worship - without lesson plan

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This lesson explores what liturgy is why it is an import part of worship for some Christians and how it differs from non-liturgical worship. It includes: video sources/structured activities/exam question/points for discussion Some resources are differentiated. Links to new edexcel RS GCSE syllabus
Intro to the sacraments - without lesson plan
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Intro to the sacraments - without lesson plan

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This lesson serves as an introduction to the 7 sacraments of the Catholic church. It encourages students to reflect on the idea of ‘outward expressions of inward grace’ through a range of activities. This lesson links to the new RS GCSE syllabus and includes some differentiated resources.
Golden Temple
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Golden Temple

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This lesson uses resources for RE Today to help students reflect on the importance of the Golden Temple for Sikhs and the symbolism found within it's architecture.