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KS3 RE - Religion, Peace and Conflict
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KS3 RE - Religion, Peace and Conflict

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This 7 lesson topic (including assessment) is a brilliant foundation course for students in KS3 preparing to start GCSE RE. This topic is loosely based and inspired by the brilliant scheme of work from Themes to Inspire by Dynamic Learning. This topic will guide student progress through themes such as violence, war and pacifism with a religious response plus key learning such as pacifism, Just War Theory and includes plenty of learning checks
AQA new GCSE RE specification - Theme B – Religion and Life
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AQA new GCSE RE specification - Theme B – Religion and Life

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This bundle includes well-resourced lessons and a revision guide which will support progress and learning for students studying the new AQA GCSE RE Theme B – Religion and Life. Teachers will be able to easily develop these lessons to suit the needs of their students. There are plenty of opportunities to assess and check learning as you go through. Also, the resources use dyslexic friendly fonts to help develop the inclusive classroom
New AQA GCSE RE – Christian Practices
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New AQA GCSE RE – Christian Practices

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This bundle includes 18 well resourced and detailed lessons that guide students through the Christian Practices topic. There are plenty of learning checks, exam practice opportunities, homework opportunities and includes a detailed revision guide to accompany this topic. This is an ideal bundle to get the best progress out of your students in this new demanding GCSE
New AQA GCSE RE - Christian beliefs - End of topic test UPDATED
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New AQA GCSE RE - Christian beliefs - End of topic test UPDATED

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Based on the new AQA GCSE specification (and can also be adapted to other specifications), this lesson will test students' progress on the Christian beliefs unit using the new AQA GCSE RE exam questions. Students are expected to answer questions based on the new exam format and will include the following 12 mark question: “Belief in the Trinity shows that Christians believe in three gods, not one” This resource will provide a helping hand sheet for students in answering this question and also a model answer to this 12 mark question for directed improvement time
AQA new GCSE RE specification - Theme E - Religion, Crime and Punishment
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AQA new GCSE RE specification - Theme E - Religion, Crime and Punishment

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This bundle includes well resourced lessons and a revision guide which will support progress and learning for students studying the new AQA GCSE RE Theme E - Religion, Crime and Punishment. Teachers will be able to easily develop these lessons to suit the needs of their students. There are plenty of opportunities to assess and check learning as you go through
New AQA GCSE RE – Christian Practices – L10 – The festival of Christmas
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New AQA GCSE RE – Christian Practices – L10 – The festival of Christmas

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This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson will help students understand the significance and importance of Christmas as a religious festival - Students will summarise our learning from the previous three topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in your exercise books Students will recall our learning from the Christian beliefs topic and will need to demonstrate an understanding of the Christian belief of incarnation Students will be introduced to the Christian festival of Christmas and will discover why Christmas Day is celebrated on 25th December Students will recall if you played a part in the primary school nativity and will read through two accounts of the birth of Jesus from the Bible, will read through the Luke and Matthew account and record similarities and differences in both stories, and in groups, students will consider the key message from these stories Students will then research how Christmas is celebrated in Britain and will write a 300 word report on how Christians in Britain celebrate Christmas and includes key words in your report Students will consider the evaluative aspect of studying the festival of Christmas and for homework, students will watch two small video clips and consider what Christmas means to people today
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L4 – The importance of marriage
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New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L4 – The importance of marriage

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This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the fourth in a series of lessons that guide students through: ‘Theme B: Religion and Families unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in exercise books Students will consider the idea that marriage should be a life-long commitment to each other and will write down 5 qualities that they would like to have in their future husband or wife Students will analyse the argument of why people bother to get married and will write a small paragraph to help explain why people get married, which will include their own opinion on marriage Students will analyse why marriage is important to Christians and will read through some information and chunk it into five parts to help learn and revise Students will try to create an acrostic poem on what has been have learnt in today’s lesson by using the word: LOVE
New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L12 - The Five Precepts of Buddhism
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New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L12 - The Five Precepts of Buddhism

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This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the twelfth in a series of lessons that guide students through the Buddhist Practices unit of the GCSE - Students will summarise our learning from the previous five topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in your exercise books Students will complete a recall and revision task on the Eightfold Path by using the worksheet provided, students will match up the correct definitions to the different strands of the Eightfold Path Students will be introduced to the 5 precepts of Buddhism and will research each of the 5 precepts by completing a table task and evaluating their usefulness in living an ethical life Students will then complete more recall and revision tasks and will complete some lists to summarise Buddhist beliefs and practices in preparation for the final exams in May Students will be set the new homework/revision task and will be given the question and template to complete the homework
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Life – L5 – Animals and animal rights
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New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Life – L5 – Animals and animal rights

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This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the fifth in a series of lessons that guide students through ‘Theme B: Religion and Life’ unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in your exercise books Students will discuss the different ways humans use animals and will make a list of different ways that humans use animals and decide which ones you think are acceptable and not acceptable uses Students will analyse whether the right thing to do for humans is to become vegetarians and will identify two ways in which people disagree with the treatment of animals in the meat and farming industry and why Students will write a paragraph to explain some religious responses to eating meat and will be introduced to the debate on animal testing with a chance to contribute to a class debate on animal testing Students will write a paragraph to explain their own viewpoint on medical research
New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L11 - The importance of metta in Buddhism
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New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices – L11 - The importance of metta in Buddhism

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This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the eleventh in a series of lessons that guide students through the Buddhist Practices unit of the GCSE - Students will summarise our learning from the previous five topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in your exercise books Students will recall our learning from last lesson and will list down the four sublime states in Buddhism that we learnt from last lesson Students will be introduced to the sublime state of metta (loving-kindness) and will explain the difference between karuna (from last lesson) and metta Students will learn about the importance of developing metta for Buddhists and will list down negative emotions that we can suffer from (including the Three Poisons) Students will imagine a world where all humans develop metta and will write down reasons why it is important for Buddhists to develop metta in Buddhism Students will evaluate the difficulty of developing metta for all people and will explain why cultivating metta is easy or difficult for us
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Life – L2 – The origins of the universe and life
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New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Life – L2 – The origins of the universe and life

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This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the second in a series of lessons that guide students through ‘Theme B: Religion and Life’ unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in exercise books Students will be introduced to the vast, mysterious and amazing universe and will watch a short clip on the expansion of the universe to understand the vastness of it all Students will research two scientific theories on the origin of the universe and life and will fully explain each of these theories with key supporting evidence Students will research the Genesis creation story in the Bible and will complete a quick summary task on the main teachings in this story Students will summarise our learning from this lesson and will complete two sentences that will summarise the learning from this lesson Students will be set the new homework/revision task and will be given the question and template to complete the homework
KS3 RE - Religion, Peace and Conflict - Lesson 2 - Does religion cause war?
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KS3 RE - Religion, Peace and Conflict - Lesson 2 - Does religion cause war?

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The second in a series of lessons for KS3 (Year 8 or 9) RE that is loosely based and inspired by the brilliant SoW by Themes to Inspire by Dynamic Learning and is also a brilliant foundation course for GCSE RE. This lesson introduces the argument that religion is responsible for war. Students will have research this issue and then write a report on their findings
KS2/3 RE - What is a ritual?
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KS2/3 RE - What is a ritual?

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This lesson takes students through the the concept of a ritual with sport - Usian Bolt and the NZ All Blacks rugby union team as a case study
New AQA GCSE RE - Theme E - Religion, Crime and Punishment - Capital Punishment
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New AQA GCSE RE - Theme E - Religion, Crime and Punishment - Capital Punishment

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Based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification, this is lesson 9 in theme E which will support learning on the concept of the death penalty - capital punishment. Students will be supported in their progress by: Students will summarise learning from the previous three topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in exercise books Students will start by discussing some countries that have the death penalty. In groups, students will list down five countries that have the death penalty from the list provided Students will discuss their own opinion on the death penalty and will vote on whether they think the UK should bring back the death penalty or not Students will research some key facts and figures on the death penalty Students will try to recall some methods of execution in the world In groups, Students will come up with at three reasons that people would support or be against the death penalty Students will then consider two alternative Christian responses to the death penalty by either using the ‘two hand diagram’ to record these responses or writing two paragraphs to describe these alternative Christian responses Students will finish by revisiting their own opinion on the death penalty. They will watch a short clip that looks at young people’s view point on the death penalty and will have another vote to see if anyone has changed their mind during this lesson
New AQA GCSE RE - Theme E - Religion, Crime and Punishment - Should we forgive criminals?
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New AQA GCSE RE - Theme E - Religion, Crime and Punishment - Should we forgive criminals?

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Based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification, this is lesson 8 in theme E which will support learning on the concept of whether we should forgive criminals. Students will be supported in their progress by: Students will summarise learning from the previous three topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in exercise books Students will remind themselves the importance of forgiveness to Christians from our previous learnings. They will locate this learning from your exercise books from the last topic: Religion, Peace and Conflict Students will learn from a story about Jesus and forgiveness and will complete some tasks based on this story Students will write a paragraph to explain the importance of forgiveness for Christians in relation to criminals
New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L1 – Sexual Relationships
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New AQA GCSE RE – Theme B: Religion and Families – L1 – Sexual Relationships

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This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson is the first in a series of lessons that guide students through: ‘Theme B: Religion and Families unit of the GCSE. The resources available will use dyslexia friendly fonts so all students can access the learning - Students will summarise our learning from the previous six topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in exercise books Students will be introduced to the differing attitudes of sex over the years and will consider the different changing attitudes in the UK towards sex Students will explore the different key terms in this topic: Religion and Family and will give a definition of the term: Age of consent – and consider what the age of consent should be; give a definition of the term: Celibacy – and consider whether this is a healthy way to life a life or not; give a definition of the term: Adultery – and consider whether it is a terrible thing to do; and will give a definition of the term: Heterosexuality/homosexuality/B—sexuality Students will then summarise learning by answering 6 one mark multiple choice questions on the terms learnt about in this lesson and will write down the answers in your exercise books
New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist  Practices
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New AQA GCSE RE – Buddhist Practices

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This bundle includes 16 well-resourced and detailed lessons that guide students through the Buddhist Practices topic. There are plenty of learning checks, exam practice opportunities, homework opportunities and includes a detailed revision guide to accompany this topic. This is an ideal bundle to get the best progress out of your students in this new demanding GCSE
New AQA GCSE RE – Christian Practices – L8 – The Eucharist
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New AQA GCSE RE – Christian Practices – L8 – The Eucharist

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This lesson is based on the new AQA GCSE RE specification. This lesson takes on the difficult concept of the Eucharist and the importance of this event in different Christian denominations - Students will summarise our learning from the previous three topics with some one mark questions and will write down the answers in your exercise books Students will be introduced to a set of exam questions based on the learning of today’s lesson and will answer these questions on a worksheet provided as we move through this lesson Students will research the features of the Eucharist and contrast different denominations in Christianity with the practice of the Eucharist Students will be set homework on the Eucharist and will have to list down three things that they have learnt about this lesson and give feedback at the end of the lesson
GCSE RE - WJEC - Christianity Core B&P – Lesson 11-   What will you find inside a Church?
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GCSE RE - WJEC - Christianity Core B&P – Lesson 11- What will you find inside a Church?

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The main lesson outcome is for students to be able recognise aspects of a church building and identify similarities and differences between a church and a chapel Using fonts and colours in the PowerPoint that are friendly to dyslexic learners, the tasks are set out for students to explore the main features of a typical church and an opportunity for students to explore the differences between a Church and a Chapel you will need to find yourself a copy of a detailed plan of a church