Alternative Religions 3/10

Alternative Religions 3/10

A teaching resource provided by Dayle Turner.

Resource Description

This lesson gives an overview on how Islam split into Sunni and Shiah before moving on to look at the Shiah festival of Ashura next lesson.

Recall starter - what have we learnt about Islam lower down in school?

Timeline walkaround activity to look at the most significant events in the development of Islam.

Independent work - what qualities does a good leader need?

Prediction task - what do we think happened after some of these significant events?

Body smart task - how did some of these events make people feel?

Homework on the legacy that muhammad (pbuh) left behind on his death.

AFL, Bright Sparks G&T tasks and differentiation included, along with resources for all activities.

Resource Files

There are 3 files for this resource.

File Name File Type File Size
Caliph Character Profiles for Job task.doc
Microsoft Word 32KB
Lesson 3 - Sunni and Shiah Split.pptx
Preview this file
Microsoft Powerpoint 475KB
lesson 3 - Timeline Walkaround Activity.doc
Microsoft Word 30KB

Resource References

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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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