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Easter Eggheads Mega 100 Question Interactive Easter Quiz

Easter Eggheads Mega 100 Question Interactive Easter Quiz

This resource is a highly visual and editable 100 question interactive PowerPoint quiz on Easter. There are 100 questions with multiple choice answers and varying degrees of challenge. It has six categories.Celebrity EggheadsReligiousEaster Around the WorldEggsLiteratureGeneral KnowledgeThe quiz can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the egg image on the bottom right-hand corner of each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. An answer sheet is included to record answers. Sample questions:Which feast do Jews celebrate at Easter? On what street in New York does the famous Easter parade take place?In which country do people fly kites on Good Friday?In which country does the Easter wizard deliver eggs to children?In Ethiopia, injera is eaten at the Easter meal. What is injera?Who was famous for creating beautiful, ornate expensive eggs?Who wrote the story The Golden Egg?In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets what colour are phoenix eggs?In what state would you find the Chocolate Mountains?This resource is also suitable for SEN students due to the highly visual nature of the resource and the multiple choice format.More Easter ResourcesEaster Around the World Set 1 - Cyprus, Ethiopia, Germany, Greece, Israel, ItalyEaster Around the World Set 2 - Brazil, Mexico, Sardinia, Spain, Sweden, USAEaster Around the World Set 3 - Australia, Bermuda, France, Lithuania, Norway, SwitzerlandAll three presentations - 50% discount!Easter Around the World Bundle - 18 CountriesThinking of publishing your own resources? Check out this step by step guide.How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide

By Krazikas

Easter - Who is responsible for the death of Jesus

Easter - Who is responsible for the death of Jesus

This resource contains six Fact Files on characters that are relating to the Passion narrative within the Bible. Pupils can be divided into groups and asked to collect evidence on each character and build up a convincing argument as to why this person may be responsible for Jesus death. This activity works well when ended with a class debate on this topic.

By TeachElite

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Social Construction of Crime - Merton & Becker - Crime & Deviance L3/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192]

Social Construction of Crime - Merton & Becker - Crime & Deviance L3/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192]

Professionally designed for the new AQA Sociology GCSE specification (8192) taught from September 2017. It can be purchased as a part of a complete 20 x lesson bundle (from June, 2017)This is lesson 3 of our 20 lesson course for the 'Sociology of Crime & Deviance' section; it refers to the 'Social Construction of Crime & Deviance' section. The lesson focusses on the work of Merton & Becker: 'Strain-Theory' and Interactionist views. It also introduces the six broad theories of what causes crime in society.The download includes:-A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf)-A premium quality PPT Show (fully animated) that covers the entire lesson (.ppsm & .ppsx formats)-A double-sided A4 worksheet (.pdf)-A double-sided A4 Information sheet (.pdf)-HomeworkAll lessons are designed around the new AQA specification, we take considerable time making the highest quality lessons. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating: godwin86@gmail.comPositive reviews warmly welcomed!PS: AQA Sociology GCSE Teachers' Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/

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Social Control  (Formal vs Informal)  - Crime & Deviance L4/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192] NEW KS4

Social Control (Formal vs Informal) - Crime & Deviance L4/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192] NEW KS4

Professionally designed for the new AQA Sociology GCSE specification (8192) taught from September 2017. It can be purchased as a part of a complete 20 x lesson bundle (from June, 2017)This is lesson 4 of our 20 lesson course for the 'Sociology of Crime & Deviance' section; it refers to the 'Social Control' topic. The lesson introduces the distinction between formal and informal modes of social control, it focusses on Marxist/feminist/interactionist/functionalist views of social control.The download includes:-A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf)-A premium quality PPT Show (fully animated) that covers the entire lesson (.ppsm & .ppsx formats)-A double-sided A4 worksheet/information sheet (see cover image for preview)-HomeworkAll lessons are designed around the new AQA specification, we take considerable time making the highest quality lessons. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating: godwin86@gmail.comPositive reviews warmly welcomed!PS: AQA Sociology GCSE Teachers' Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/

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Social Construction of Crime & Deviance- Crime & Deviance L2/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192] NEW KS4

Social Construction of Crime & Deviance- Crime & Deviance L2/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192] NEW KS4

Professionally designed for the new AQA Sociology GCSE specification (8192) taught from September 2017. It can be purchased as a part of a complete 20 x lesson bundle (from June, 2017)This is lesson 2 of our 20 lesson course for the 'Sociology of Crime & Deviance' section; it refers to the 'Social Construction of Crime & Deviance' topic. The lesson introduces the distinction between crime and deviance and the idea that deviance is relative to its historical, cultural and situational context.The download includes:-A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf)-A premium quality PPT Show (fully animated) that covers the entire lesson (.ppsm & .ppsx formats)-A double-sided A4 worksheet/information sheet (see cover image for preview)-HomeworkAll lessons are designed around the new AQA specification, we take considerable time making the highest quality lessons. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating: godwin86@gmail.comPositive reviews warmly welcomed!PS: AQA Sociology GCSE Teachers' Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/

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Factors Affecting Crime & Criminality- Crime & Deviance L6/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192] New Spec

Factors Affecting Crime & Criminality- Crime & Deviance L6/20 [ AQA GCSE Sociology - 8192] New Spec

Professionally designed for the new AQA Sociology GCSE specification (8192) taught from September 2017. It can be purchased as a part of a complete 20 x lesson bundle (from June, 2017)This is lesson 6 of our 20 lesson course for the 'Sociology of Crime & Deviance' section; it refers to the 'Factors Affecting Criminal & Deviant Behaviour' topic. The lesson focuses on links between criminality and factors such as: ethnicity, class, age and gender.The download includes:-A detailed lesson plan: highlighting differentiation, AfL, key-words, SMSC and a timeline of learning activities (.pdf)-A premium quality PPT Show (fully animated) that covers the entire lesson (.ppsm & .ppsx formats)-A double-sided A3 worksheet/information sheet-An 18 side knowledge-hunt: containing arguments for/against Heidensohn's theory, and information about different means of social control.-HomeworkAll lessons are designed around the new AQA specification, we take considerable time making the highest quality lessons. Feel free to contact us if you need additional resources creating: godwin86@gmail.comPositive reviews warmly welcomed!PS: AQA Sociology GCSE Teachers' Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1786443641643898/

By godwin86

GCSE Crime and Punishment - Capital Punishment.

GCSE Crime and Punishment - Capital Punishment.

‘Capital punishment should be the ultimate punishment’.Learning objectives: To be able to explain the negatives and positives of capital punishment.To be able to evaluate and conclude whether capital punishment should exist.This resource looks at the the positive and negatives of having capital punishment as the 'ultimate punishment'.It has a power-point - Main lesson.It has activities to think about the pro's and con'sA practice 'D' question. ‘Capital punishment should be the ultimate punishment’.This is for the new religious studies B Edexcel GCSE (9-1) specification. Beliefs in action.

By sam_512

KS3 Judaism - Kosher

KS3 Judaism - Kosher

Interactive activities:Definition unscramble Kosher / Trayf worksheetMenus as plenary to apply knowledge Maths task HomeworkEasy to show progress throughout lesson

By HannahPennack

Why do crimes occur? Are punishments strong enough? Crime and Punishment GCSE. Religious Studies

Why do crimes occur? Are punishments strong enough? Crime and Punishment GCSE. Religious Studies

B - Explain two reasons why crimes occur.‘We need harsher punishments in the UK’Learning objectives: To be able to explain why crimes occur.To be able to compare differing beliefs about crime. To be able to explain what punishments we have in the UK.To be able to evaluate whether we need harsher punishments for criminals. This resource looks at the reasons why crimes occur in the UK whilst using a particular quote and teaching from Islam as well as thinking about if punishments are strong enough in the UK.It has two power-points - Main lesson for both lessons.It has many activities and hand-outs including a card sort.Plus two practice questions based on what they have learnt with an aid to help all students.This is for the new religious studies B Edexcel GCSE (9-1) specification. Beliefs in action.

By sam_512

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What are the key features of a mosque? Info stations task.

What are the key features of a mosque? Info stations task.

An information quest activity to help pupils locate and identify the key features of a traditional mosque.Pupils have a numbered diagram of mosque features, and have to work out their names and their significance/importance to Muslims.Other interactive activities included.

By wodewee

KS3 Forgiveness For/Against Case Studies

KS3 Forgiveness For/Against Case Studies

Lesson looks at reasons why we should and shouldn't forgiveFocusing on Matthew Sheppard and Julie Nicholson students look at the crimes committed and the parents differing reactions.Students discuss for / against reasons and answer GCSE style question detailing their opinion and summarizing lesson objective

By HannahPennack

KS3 Karma - Hinduism

KS3 Karma - Hinduism

Fun interactive lesson on Karma Image collectionMoksha Madness game - summaries all key aspects of Karma within Hinduism SEND resources

By HannahPennack

Poverty in the UK: Entire SOW

Poverty in the UK: Entire SOW

A 7 lesson Scheme of work on Poverty in the UK, including powerpoints, youtube clips, images, worksheets, booklets, and revision resources to help for KS3 or 4 work. Designed around the AQA Religious Studies B Spec.1) What is Wealth and Poverty2) Religious Attitudes to Wealth and Poverty3) How do people get rich or poor4) Poverty in the UK5) Charitable Solutions to Poverty6) Poverty: Solutions and Responsibility for Poverty7) Revision/Consolidation lesson (with a 20 question competitive comprehension activity)

By DavidFew

ENTIRE Immortality Scheme of Work

ENTIRE Immortality Scheme of Work

An entire scheme of work on Immortality for Religious Studies GCSE. Including powerpoints, worksheets, activities, revision resources and clips, plenty to keep your kids interested, entertained and immersed in an educational experience. Shaped around the AQA Religious Studies B syllabus1) What is reality2) The evidence for immortality (NDEs and Reincarnation Stories)3) Religious Attitudes4) Scriptures and Life After Death (LaD)5) The Resurrection6) Muslim attitudes to the Resurrection7) Paranormal Activity and Evidence for Life after Death8) Revision9) Revision 2

By DavidFew

Jesus: Human or Divine?

Jesus: Human or Divine?

A complete lesson where students investigate different sources looking for evidence of Jesus' human and divine attributes. There is also an essay plan for students to plan a piece of extended writing following the investigation.

By jlb195