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Scheme of Learning: Religious Leaders
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Scheme of Learning: Religious Leaders

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Scheme of Learning containing seven lessons focusing on exploring the different religious leaders. Designed for Year Sevens. Lesson 1 – What are Religious Leaders? Lesson 2 – Who is Brahman? Lesson 3 – Who was Moses Lesson 4 – Who was Buddha? Lesson 5 – Who was Jesus? Lesson 6 – Who was Prophet Muhammad? Lesson 7 – Who was Guru Nanak? You can buy all lessons individually if you wish. What to expect from these lessons? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks You will not be disappointed with the quality of these lessons, ready to go when downloaded!
Why do people protest?
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Why do people protest?

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Lesson created in response to the Black Lives Matter movement highlighting the importance of peaceful protest. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Your students will explore the difference types of protests, famous people who supported peaceful protests and a direct link to the current movement.
Who was Moses?
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Who was Moses?

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Lesson 6 from the Religious Leaders bundle. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: To explore Moses’ life story and examine his importance to the Jewish people. Your students will understand Moses story by watching an age appropriate video, fill in the blank task and an exam question to consolidate their learning.
Scheme of Learning: Religious Stories
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Scheme of Learning: Religious Stories

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Scheme of Learning containing five lessons focusing on exploring the different religious stories. Designed for Year Sevens. Lesson 1 – Why are holy books important? Lesson 2 – What were the ten plagues? Lesson 3 – What is the parable of the good Samaritan? Lesson 4 – What does the Quran say about the treatment of animals? Lesson 5 – What is the story of monkey king? You can buy all lessons individually if you wish. What to expect from these lessons? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks You will not be disappointed with the quality of these lessons, ready to go when downloaded!
Why is Jerusalem an important place to Jews, Christians and Muslims?
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Why is Jerusalem an important place to Jews, Christians and Muslims?

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Lesson 2 from the Religious Spaces bundle. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: to explore why Jerusalem is important to Jews, Christians and Muslims. Your students will explore the city of Jerusalem and examine the reasons why it is important to Jews, Christians and Muslims. Students will be fully engaged with this lesson.
Who was Prophet Muhammad?
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Who was Prophet Muhammad?

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Lesson 6 from the Religious Leaders bundle. **What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: To explore who Prophet Muhammad was and why he is important to Muslims Your students will explore what Muslims believe about Prophet Muhammad through reading his life story and using that to apply to how Muslims act today.
What is a Community?
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What is a Community?

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Lesson focused on discussing what a community is with links to British Values. Graded good lesson. Focus on engaging boys. Designed for year seven, term 1.
How does the Gurdwara help the community?
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How does the Gurdwara help the community?

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Lesson 4 from the Religious Spaces bundle. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: to explore how the Gurdwara helps the community Your students will explore what they would find in a Gurdwara and how the Gurdwara is used to help the community using case studies.
What is the story of the Monkey King?
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What is the story of the Monkey King?

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Lesson 5 from the Religious Stories bundle. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: To explore the story of the Monkey King and examine the message of the story. Your students will examine the story of the Monkey King from Hindi scripture and determine the message behind the story. Students will be encouraged to be creative and create their own resource in response to the story.
Why are holy places sacred?
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Why are holy places sacred?

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Lesson 1 from the Religious Spaces bundle. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: to explore holy buildings and why they are important to religious believers. Your students will explore the meaning of the word sacred and successfully use it throughout the lesson. Students will relate their special places to the places of worship that religious believers visit.
Introduction to Religious Education
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Introduction to Religious Education

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Five lessons designed for the first term of year seven’s joining. Introduction to RE What is Community World Religions My Beliefs Manchester Faiths Note: If you are not based in Manchester you could use the Manchester Faiths lesson as a template to adapt to your location. It is great for allowing students to understand what religion looks like where they are. All lessons can be brought separately.
World Religions
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World Religions

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Lesson with a market place task surrounding the basic facts about the six world religions. Graded good lesson. Focus on literacy and engagement. Designed for year seven, term 1.
What is the Parable of the Good Samaritan?
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What is the Parable of the Good Samaritan?

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Lesson 3 from the Religious Stories bundle. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: To explore the parable of the good Samaritan and the importance it holds for Christians. Your students will understand the story of the good Samaritan, including the key terms and the overall message of the story. Students will be encouraged to be creative and create their own resource in response to the story.
What are the 5 K's?
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What are the 5 K's?

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Lesson 5 from the Rules and Commandments bundle. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: To identify items that create Sikh identity. Your students will explore the different items that Sikhs would carry with them and the symbolism of said items.
Scheme of Learning: Holy Spaces and Buildings
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Scheme of Learning: Holy Spaces and Buildings

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Scheme of Learning containing five lessons focusing on exploring the different religious spaces. Designed for Year Sevens. Lesson 1 – Why are holy places scared? Lesson 2 – Why is Jerusalem important? Lesson 3 – Why is the Kaaba important? Lesson 4 – How does the Gurdwara help the community? Lesson 5 – What is Church? You can buy all lessons individually if you wish. What to expect from these lessons? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks You will not be disappointed with the quality of these lessons, ready to go when downloaded!
What is a Church?
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What is a Church?

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Lesson 5 from the Religious Spaces bundle. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: to explore what the Church is and the features it would have Your students will explore the features found in a Church as well as the many uses the Church has. The students will be directed to create a piece of art to reflect a Bible passage.
What is a Religious Leader?
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What is a Religious Leader?

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Lesson 1 from the Religious Leaders bundle. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: To explore religious leaders across the six world faiths.
Who was Guru Nanak?
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Who was Guru Nanak?

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Lesson 7 from the Religious Leaders bundle. What to expect from this lesson? Starter activities based on recall Great subject knowledge Relevant content Engaging tasks and encourages critical thinking. Stretch tasks after each task Varied tasks Lesson Focus: To explore who Guru Nanak was and why he is important to Sikhs Your students will use a marketplace activity to explore Guru Nanak’s life story and use this to respond to a consolidation task.
Manchester Faiths
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Manchester Faiths

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Lesson designed for students living in the Greater Manchester area so they can understand the type of area they live in. Graded good lesson. Cross curriculum links with Geography. Designed for year seven, term 1.