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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.
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 does the Quran teach about the treatment of animals?
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What does the Quran teach about the treatment of animals?

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Lesson 4 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 what the Qur’an and Hadiths teach about the treatment of animals. Your students will explore scripture to determine what Islam teaches about the treatment of animals. Students will apply knowledge to case studies.
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 Human Rights?
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What are Human Rights?

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Lesson 1 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 explore what human rights are and why they are important to us today. Your students will understand why we have human rights in the world today, what the human rights are and how human rights can be affected.
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.
My Beliefs
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My Beliefs

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Lesson focused on exploring their own beliefs. Building on the previous lessons. Lots of discussion and time to reflect on their own thoughts. Designed for year seven, term 1.
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.
Scheme of Learning: Rules and Commandments
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Scheme of Learning: Rules and Commandments

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Scheme of Learning containing seven lessons focusing on exploring the different laws that people follow around the world. Designed for Year Sevens. Lesson 1 – What are Human Rights? Lesson 2 – What are the 10 commandments? Lesson 3 – What are the 7 sacraments? Lesson 4 – What are the 5 pillars? Lesson 5 – What are the 5 Ks? 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 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.
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 the Buddha?
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Who was the Buddha?

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Lesson 4 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 the Buddha was and why he is important to Buddhists Your students will understand the Buddha’s story through engaging with group reading, exploring the Buddha’s teaching and then applying them to an appropriate case study.