A complete lesson on The different types of evil, Moral and natural and Christian responses to suffering.
this lesson includes: class statements, statement sorting, keywords, hyperlinked images and Christian responses, structured writing grid, word fill, ASL activities including an end of Unit summary of all keywords which can be used separately. This lesson also includes a structured worksheet which is ideal for weaker students.
A complete lesson on religious discrimination covering Christian attitudes and Martin Luther King. This lesson include multiple activities as-well as two news articles on discrimination and an accompanying worksheet.
tasks included: keywords and key teachings exercise, hyperlinked video, two worksheets, two news articles and class discussion points.
A complete PowerPoint for the film Selma. you will need a copy of this DVD for this work. The PowerPoint provides context of the people involved and gives definition for prejudice and discrimination. The PowerPoint also includes: starters, discussion questions, mini whiteboard activities.
There is a structured work booklet to help students which comes with: starters, not sections, big questions and DVD questions.
this is ideal for the new spec RE GCSEs
The story of Job broken down into jigsaw pieces a great activity with lower ability or younger students. Was very successful when used. Students try to fit the story back together to finish the jigsaw and have the story in the correct order.
This lesson focuses on understanding the Hindu teachings on Brahman and the different religious teachings within Hinduism. This lesson meets the EDUQAS GCSE specification but would be suitable for all new specs.
This lesson includes: ASL activities, information key sheet, topic checklist, key quote activity, progress ladder and mini plenary.
This lesson is on Christian attitudes to human rights part of the EQUDAS GCSE new spec. This lesson is suitable for any spec.
This lesson includes: information on agape, Oscar Romero and activities such as: word fills, question and answer, keywords, class discussion and ASL.
A complete lesson Christian attitudes to forgiveness with accompanying worksheet. This lesson meets the EDUQAS GCSE spec. This would be suitable for all new specifications.
this lesson includes: key religious teaching, hyperlinked video to Gee Walker speaking about forgiveness with follow up activities and space for class discussion, religious quotes exercise, structured exam style question. Worksheet with structured activities ideal for a weaker class.
The existence of suffering proves that there is no God. (15 marks)
An assessment with WWW and EBI feedback, complete with a revision lesson which will help students to structure and write their answer.
The lesson includes: keywords, a carousel activity(optional could be done as a class or peer teach), student discussion, a multiple choice homework task and teacher student feedback.
A worksheet is provided for students to record informational and could be used in the assessment if wanted.
This worked well with both lower and higher ability students.
This lesson covers Christian attitudes to divorce and adultery this lesson meets the new spec EDUQAS but would be suitable for all specs.
activities include: starter and plenary, class discussion, keyword and picture based tasks like the EDUQAS exam, card sort, choice of task activity including exam questions and differentiated tasks.
This is a complete bundle of lessons and resources for the new specification on relationships. This would be suitable for all new specifications. These lesson include challenge tasks and structured worksheet and information sheets ideal for all abilities.
There is roughly 8 hours of teaching content, but this is dependent on your class and teaching style.
An Introductory lesson on Human Rights, part of the new spec EDUQAS GCSE Issues of Human Rights. Suitable for any spec.
This lesson includes: optional keyword activity differentiated for different abilities. Including a keyword sheet for students to stick in their books. Class discussion on Human rights, case study, word fill and information on Christian views, exam question plenary and other activities.
A worksheet which allows students to record information and their own opinions on the different aims of punishment. I used it on A3 paper and gave students textbooks and class discussion worked well with both higher and lower ability.
A complete lesson on the different types of morality and how to make moral decisions. This lesson meets the new EDUQAS GCSE spec. Would be suitable for all new GCSE specs.
this lesson includes: a keyword starter covering keywords for the whole unit with a matching worksheet, class discussion with follow on tasks, hyperlinked video ad class questions, case study, word fill and exam question to check learning.
A complete lesson covering what causes crime and the aims of punishment this lesson meets the new EDUQAS GCSE spec. This lesson comes with a differentiated worksheet which can be used alongside the lesson or separately.
this lesson includes: discussion and key information with ASL checks, keyword match ups, opinion line, structured exam style question.
A work-booklet for new EDUQAS GCSE for the unit of Good and Evil. Suitable for any specification.
The work-booklet includes: keywords, case studies, word fills, religious teachings, class discussions, key information, exam style questions and literacy tasks.
What makes an act 'wrong'?
Religious and ethical responses: relative and absolute
morality, conscience, virtues, sin
Beliefs and attitudes about the causes of crime and the
aims of punishment: justice, retribution, deterrence and reformation
The treatment of criminals and the work of prison reformers
and prison chaplains
Varied Conservative and Liberal Christian responses to the
Death Penalty, including interpretations of Christian teaching
Examples of forgiveness arising from personal beliefs.
Philosophical challenges posed by belief in God, free will and the existence of evil and suffering
A complete lesson which can be done over two lessons on religious expression and extremism. This lesson is part of the issues of human rights spec for EDUQAS GCSE. Would be suitable for all specs.
This lesson includes: mini whiteboard starter, keywords, think/pair/share with matching worksheet (great for all abilities), optional activities: case study with worksheet or a hyperlinked documentary with worksheet.
A complete lesson on Muslim attitudes to wealth and poverty, complete with a worksheet. This lesson meets the EDUQAS GCSE new spec. Would be suitable for any specification.
this lesson includes: Keywords, word fill, challenge questions, pair and share activity, hyperlinked image with follow up questions, comparison task with Christian views.
A complete lesson on wealth and poverty complete with a printable slide which can be used as a worksheet for lower ability. This lesson covers the different types of poverty with particular focus on relative and absolute poverty and Amnesty International.
this lesson includes: Class discussion, keywords, ASL activities, differentiated main task with optional slide to print, hyperlinked video image and follow on task, structured sentence starter plenary.
This lesson covers Christian attitudes to wealth and poverty and meets the new EDUQAS GCSE spec. Would be suitable for all specs.
This lesson includes: key Christian teachings including the story of Lazarus, hyperlinked image, information sheet, storyboard task with a differentiated worksheet which could be set for homework, mini quiz, and plenary question.
A PowerPoint to show at open evening, it covers basic information for EDUQAS exam board and interesting topics which can be discussed with students and parents.
Leaflet contains all the information needed for the new specification good to hand out to parents.