This is a whole-lesson PowerPoint that is appropriate for either GCSE or A-level students to be used as a broad introduction to some of the key themes of this topic, or as a revision tool prior to exams.
It is a stand-alone resource that incorporates everything needed to teach a full lesson, including teacher-aid notes on each slide to facilitate confident delivery, interesting pupil-tasks to stimulate learning and extra-curricular terminology to stretch pupil-understanding and enhance exam-grades.
The PowerPoint covers key issues pertaining to science and religion, exploring how the two differ in their knowledge-finding methologies as well as highlighting points of similarity. The concept of 'creation' is used to reflect upon the big bang theory and intelligent design, suggesting that each option requires a belief in the method used. Finally, the complimentary nature of science and religion is explored, preparing pupils to be able to objectively express both sides of the argument in their exams.
The PowerPoint is visually pleasing, easy-to-use and will engage both low-level learners and those who are gifted and talented. It is produced by a teacher with a PhD in theology and a proven track-record in delivering interesting lessons and very high attainment.
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