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Assistant Headteacher with over 20 years teaching experience. Time to share my lesson resources and assemblies. Teach A level Religious Studies (Philosophy, Ethics and Buddhism) and A level Sociology. Have been examiner for AQA GCSE Religious Studies and produced online Ethics resources for Nelson Thornes.

Assistant Headteacher with over 20 years teaching experience. Time to share my lesson resources and assemblies. Teach A level Religious Studies (Philosophy, Ethics and Buddhism) and A level Sociology. Have been examiner for AQA GCSE Religious Studies and produced online Ethics resources for Nelson Thornes.
The Three Marks of Existence in Buddhism
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The Three Marks of Existence in Buddhism

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Overview of the concepts of anicca, anatta and dukkha. Draws all notes in one place, with different approaches to the concepts to help students make sense of them. Very good as introduction to Buddhist teaching and Buddhist philosophy.
Enlightenment of the Buddha
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Enlightenment of the Buddha

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Resource used in A level Buddhism lessons. Combination of all notes in one powerpoint to provide overview and opportunity for reflection,
Bodhisattva Doctrine
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Bodhisattva Doctrine

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Overview of the Bodhisattva Doctrine as part of Edexcel A level Philosophy, Ethics and Belief course. Brings all notes into one place.
Secularisation
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Secularisation

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Collection of lesson activities for AQA A level Sociology - Beliefs in Society - Secularisation
Four Noble Truths
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Four Noble Truths

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Oveview of the Four Noble Truths used in A level Buddhism lessons. Starting point for note-taking and opportunity for reflection.
Early Life of the Buddha
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Early Life of the Buddha

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Overview of the events leading up to the Buddha’s renunciation: Pre-existence of the Buddha Birth of Gautama Upbringing Four Sights Renunciation Combination of notes all in one powerpoint presentation with opportunity for reflection. Includes notes on the birth of the Buddha from Cush, Harvey and Gethin.
Buddhist Dharma
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Buddhist Dharma

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Powerpont resource on the Dharma used in A level Buddhism lessons drawing all notes into one place.
Religion - protest and change
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Religion - protest and change

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A collection of resources for AQA Alevel Sociology - Beliefs in Society - Religion and Social Change This includes a blank of the Marxism - religion and change activity and one that has some suggested answers for differentiation.
Introduction to the Four Noble Truths
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Introduction to the Four Noble Truths

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An introduction to the Four Noble Truths in the context of a visit to the doctor. A good way int to Buddhism for the first time, exploring the idea that Buddhism has a different approach to other religions.
Sangha in Buddhism
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Sangha in Buddhism

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Lesson resources used in A level Religious Studies. Overview of the Sangha in Buddhism as part of the Three Refuges. Combines notes in one powerpoint for note-taking and discussion.
Zen Buddhism
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Zen Buddhism

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A level resource which brings all notes into one powerpoint resource for students to make notes from. Provides the basis for a series of lessons. Focus on history, development, principles and practice. Opportunity for discussion. Includes worksheet exploring the sayings of Zen master, Dogen.
How attractive is Kant's moral theory?
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How attractive is Kant's moral theory?

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An evaluation of Kant’s moral theory for A Level students. Objectives: • to recognise the concepts of ATTRACTIVENESS and PRACTICALITY • to identify why people might choose to adopt an ethical theory Key question: What makes Kant’s deontological approach attractive? CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE DUTY GOOD WILL FREE WILL LYING
Meditation practices
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Meditation practices

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An overview of Meditation practices in Buddhism. Powerpoint used in A level lessons that combines all notes in one place. Includes questions on The Foundation of Buddhism (Gethin) and An Introduction to Buddhism (Harvey).