Alternative Religions 1/10

Alternative Religions 1/10

A teaching resource provided by Dayle Turner.

Resource Description

First lesson in a series of nine. Looks at religions practised in Britain which are not as well known.

Students are given time to set up new books etc as this is the first lesson of the year.

Students look at a number of optical illusions to highlight the fact that people can see the same thing in different ways.

Prioritising task - students have to create their own groups within the class based on shared values.

Mind--mapping task to look at things that people find important.

Personal reflection homework

Contains Bright Sparks G&T tasks throughout

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Lesson 1 - introduction.pptx
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About the Author

Dayle Turner
Head of Religious Studies, Philosophy and Ethics
Experienced teacher of Religious Studies, Philosophy and Ethics across KS3-5. Lead teacher of GCSE Humanities and Personal Life Skills.

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