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KS3, GCSE, RS, Ethics, Psychology

KS3, GCSE, RS, Ethics, Psychology
Hinduism SOW PP/Workbook
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Hinduism SOW PP/Workbook

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A full SOW designed for Year 8 on the topic of Hinduism. Files include: 11 PowerPoint lessons on the following topics: How did Hinduism begin? What do Hindus believe about God? What is Karma and Reincarnation Knowledge test Sacred texts / The Ramayana Closing the gap lesson - comparison to Christianity How and where do Hindus worship? (Mandir) Why is symbolism important? (Ganesha) Where do Hindus go on pilgrimage? How do Hindus celebrate festivals? Diwali/ Holi End of Unit Assessment Workbook included for all activities/ resources including: knowledge test, end of unit assessment - assessment feedback sheets. Activities include: picture interrogation, extended writing tasks, key questions, glossary, reflection tasks, retrieval practice, help sheets, comparison tasks, comic book strips. All work is self-explanatory and is accessible for both specialists and non-specialists or even as remote learning.
Introduction to Ethics SOW
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Introduction to Ethics SOW

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A 12 lesson full unit of work designed for a year 9 or 10 Religious Studies cohort. Ideal for a specialist to adapt but can be picked up and taught by a non-specialist. (Please be sure to check each activity/piece of text is relevant to your cohort/class) Pack includes: Full printable workbook for students 12 accompanying PowerPoints Lessons: 1 - Introduction to Ethics 2 - Conscience 3 - Good Vs Evil 4 - Types of Evil 5 - What is a ‘Good Person’? 6 - Knowledge test 7 - What is the Trolley Problem? 8 - Types of Suffering 9 - Case Study: 9/11 10 - Closing the gap (World Religions comparison) 11 - What are Human Rights? 12 - End of Unit Asssessment Activities include but not limited to: PLC, Retrieval Practice, Picture interrogation, extended writing questions, quick knowledge check questions, video clips, comprehension exercises, teacher led discussions, independent tasks, end of unit assessment/assessment feedback sheet.
Who was Jesus? Full SOW / PP and Workbook
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Who was Jesus? Full SOW / PP and Workbook

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A full SOW designed for Year 9 on the topic of Jesus and Christianity Files include: 10 PowerPoint lessons on the following topics: Intro to Christianity The Bible What do we mean by ‘Jesus’? What do we mean by ‘Historical Jesus’? Knowledge Test The Nativity Miracles of Jesus Crucifixion Resurrection End of Unit Assessment Workbook included for all activities/ resources including: knowledge test, end of unit assessment - assessment feedback sheets. Activities include: picture interrogation, extended writing tasks, key questions, glossary, reflection tasks, retrieval practice, help sheets, comparison tasks, comic book strips. All work is self-explanatory and is accessible for both specialists and non-specialists or even as remote learning.
Sikhism full SOW/PP Workbook
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Sikhism full SOW/PP Workbook

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A full SOW designed for Year 8 on the topic of Sikhism. Files include: 11 PowerPoint lessons on the following topics: Introduction and Origins Who was Guru Nanak? Who were the 10 Gurus? Knowledge test How do Sikhs treat the Guru Granth Sahib? Closing the gap lesson - comparison to Hinduism What would you find in a Gurdwara? Symbolism: What are the 5Ks? Where do Sikhs go on pilgrimage? What festivals do Sikhs celebrate? End of Unit Assessment Workbook included for all activities/ resources including: knowledge test, end of unit assessment and assessment feedback sheets. Activities include: picture interrogation, extended writing tasks, key questions, glossary, reflection tasks, retrieval practice, help sheets, comparison tasks, comic book strips. All work is self-explanatory and is accessible for both specialists and non-specialists or even as remote learning.
The Island Full SOW Workbook and PP
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The Island Full SOW Workbook and PP

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Year 7 Religious Studies - Introductory Unit ‘The Island’ Full workbook that include a range of activities (retrieval practice, reflection tasks, extended writing, dual-coding, picture investigation, comprehension exercise, diary entries) Lessons include: Lesson 1 - What is an Identity? Lesson 2 - Why is a community important? Lesson 3 - Why is Good Leadership important? Lesson 4 - Knowledge test / Assessment Feedback sheet Lesson 5 - Why do we need a Code of Law? Lesson 6 - (Closing the gap) Religions of the World Lesson 7 - What does the term ‘Sacred’ mean? Lesson 8 - Why are Traditions and Rituals important? Lesson 9 - What is the difference between Myth and Belief? Lesson 10 - What is a Religion? (Ninian Smart’s 7 Dimensions) Lesson 11 - End of Unit Assessment / Assessment feedback sheet Lesson 12 - Independent Project All PowerPoints include: Key terms Link to prior learning Success Criteria Teacher Talk Independent Work Learning Check Reflection
Ancient Greeks SOW
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Ancient Greeks SOW

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A 7 lesson scheme of work that incorporates: Who were Ancient Greeks? What was the Ancient Greek creation story? Who were the Greek Gods? How did the Ancient Greeks worship? What were the Ancient Greek myths? Ancient Communities Comparison - Extended writing task End of Unit Assessment 6 PowerPoints with relevant worksheets ready to print 1 End of Unit Assessment document Aim of the unit is to allow students to develop a basic understanding of Ancient Greek history and belief while structuring a comparison with other ancient communities from previous units of work .e.g. Indigenous Australians Key words: Sacred, Ritual, Myth, Belief Task range includes: extended writing, round robin, independent learning, picture interrogation, storyboard writing, create-your-own, reflection tasks, fill in the missing words. Differentiation task included: extended writing frame with sentence starters.
Ancient Egyptian 6 Lesson SOW
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Ancient Egyptian 6 Lesson SOW

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A 6 lesson scheme of work that incorporates: Who were Ancient Egyptians? Who were the Ancient Egyptian Gods? Who was Tutankhamun? What were the Egyptian rituals? (Mummification) What were the Ancient Egyptian myths? End of Unit Assessment 6 PowerPoints with relevant worksheets ready to print 1 End of Unit Assessment document Aim of the unit is to allow students to develop a basic understanding of Ancient Egyptian history and belief while structuring a comparison with other ancient communities from previous units of work .e.g. Ancient Greeks Key words: Sacred, Ritual, Myth, Belief Task range includes: extended writing, round robin, independent learning, picture interrogation, storyboard writing, diary entry, reflection tasks, retrieval practice.
AQA Psychology 2019-20 Revision Packs Part 1
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AQA Psychology 2019-20 Revision Packs Part 1

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4 separate revision workbooks covering the topics of: 1 - Paper 1 & 2 Personal Learning Checklist Key studies overview diagram (for students to fill in) Booklet 1 - Memory (Paper 1) Booklet 2 - Development (Paper 1) Booklet 3 - Language, Thought and Communication (Paper 2) Booklet 4 - Brain and Neuropsychology (Paper 2) Tasks in each booklet range from: *Exam style questions *Reduce the key info *Describe and evaluate 2 key studies *Describe and evaluate 2-3 theories *Match-up key terms *Label diagrams *Fill-in glossaries
Ancient Communities SOW/Workbook/PPs (Aboriginal / Native Americans)
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Ancient Communities SOW/Workbook/PPs (Aboriginal / Native Americans)

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A full SOW designed for Year 7 on the topic of Ancient Communities. The scheme is designed to help students apply the key terms: Sacred, myth, ritual, tradition, belief, community and identity… to a mix of ancient groups. Communities include: The San Tribe (Bushmen), Indigenous Australians (Aboriginals) and the Native Americans. Files include: 11 PowerPoint lessons on the following topics: Introduction to Ancient Communities (The San) Who are the Indigenous Australians? What is the ‘Dreamtime’? What are the Indigenous Australian myths? What are Indigenous Australian traditions/artwork? Knowledge Test/ Assessment feedback Who are the Native Americans? Who is the Great Spirit? What are the Native American Rituals? Closing the Gap - Comparison lesson (Ancient Communities and World Religions) End of Unit Assessment Workbook included for all activities that carefully matches the powerpoints. Knowledge tests, end of unit assessments and assessment feedback sheets also provided. Range of activities include: picture interrogation, extended writing tasks, key questions, glossary, reflection tasks, retrieval practice, help sheets, comparison tasks, comic book strips and various video links appropriate for all age groups. All work is self-explanatory and is accessible for both specialists and non-specialists or even as remote learning.