Alternative Religions 4/10

Alternative Religions 4/10

A teaching resource provided by Dayle Turner.

Resource Description

This lesson is the second in this series on Shia Islam and looks at the different beliefs between Shiah's and Sunni's. Students investigate the festival of Ashura and make informed opinions on why some people would agree/disagree with Ashura as a festival.

It looks at the four rightly guided caliphs and analyses the issue of Ali not being the first leader after the death of Muhammad (pbuh).

G&T tasks, Peer-assessment, AFL and homework task included.

Resource Files

There are 4 files for this resource.

File Name File Type File Size
Ashura Photos for analyse task.pptx
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Microsoft Powerpoint 495KB
Brief History of Husayn and Yazid at Karbala[1].doc
Microsoft Word 54KB
Microsoft Publisher 933KB
Lesson 4- Ashura.pptx
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Microsoft Powerpoint 2.1MB

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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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