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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.
Islam and War
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Islam and War

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Explores the theses of Islam and war including the ideas of greater and lesser jihad Links to edexcel syllabus
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.
Islam and Stewardship
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Islam and Stewardship

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This lesson explores Islamic teachings on Stewardship. It also reflects on campaigns that have focused on environmental issues and asks students to create there own with a religious spin.
Pollution
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Pollution

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This is a simple lesson that requires students to use the information in the edexcel (Religion and Society) textbook (or another source) to create a presentation on the various forms of pollution.
Martin Luther King's assassination
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Martin Luther King's assassination

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This is a simple lesson that looks at the assassination of MLK. Using visual and video sources it asks students to reflect on the event and what they tell us about the importance of Martin Luther Kings influence. This lesson links with the divided union GCSE text book: the book is a useful if not necessary resource.
Bar bat mitzvah short lesson
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Bar bat mitzvah short lesson

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This is a short lesson that can be easily expanded. It introduces the ideas of coming of age and how this is recognised/celebrated in Judaism.
Multi-faith societies
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Multi-faith societies

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Lesson focus’ on whether or not multi-faith societies lead to a decline in religion. Uses case studied to help students recognise some of the complexities of maintaining religious adherence in a multi-faith society. Links to edexcel syllabus
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.
Believers Baptism/confirmation
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Believers Baptism/confirmation

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This lesson explore what confirmation is and the problems associated with teenage rights of passage. It includes discussion, written and role play exercises.
Mystery gardener
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Mystery gardener

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This lesson encourages students to consider whether the world needs a creator or whether it could have occurred by chance. It is a good introduction to units of work that link to creation stories or science and religion. The lesson asks students to reflect on their ideas of the origins of the world and uses a myth to help them reflect on the arguments surrounding creation. There is a leveled writing task which brings the ideas together.
Near Death Experience
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Near Death Experience

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This lesson explores what is meant by the term ‘near death experience’ and looks at the phenomenon through the experience of Carl Jung. It also engages in some of the proposed scientific explanations for the phenomena and and urges students to reflect on and critique the idea of out of body/near death experiences. Links to RS edexcel syllabus.
Evil and suffering - Job
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Evil and suffering - Job

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This lesson introduces students to the story of Job as a ‘solution’ to the problem of evil and suffering. They learn the story and reflect on its strengths and weaknesses as a solution to the problem of evil.
Cult or Religion
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Cult or Religion

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This lesson encourages students to think about the way we categorise different religious groups in society. It includes a card sort activity and discussion activity.
Pandora's box
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Pandora's box

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This lesson explores the story of Pandora’s box and encourages students to consider the use/meaning behind the myth. You will need some boxes in which to places anything that will stimulate curiosity.