Religions to InspiRE for KS3: Sikhism Teacher's Resource Book

Religions to InspiRE for KS3: Sikhism Teacher's Resource Book

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This innovative course gives you the flexibility to deliver Key Stage 3 Religious Education however you want - both thematically and/or by religion.

InspiRE comprises two parallel sets of books: Themes to InspiRE, three books (one for each year of Key Stage 3) that cover the non-statutory Programme of Study for Religious Education through an exploration of thematic issues and concepts. Religions to InspiRE, seven 'by religion' books that exemplify the themes and expand them from the points of view of the major religions of the UK - in this case Sikhism. Each book is supported by an accompanying Teacher's Resource Book.

Religions to InspiRE: Sikhism:
- Contains a series of lessons in three major themes - each with a 'big assignment' at the end which allows you to asses pupil's progress against the eight level scale
- Engages all your pupils in their learning and enable them to progress with differentiated pupil centered activities and variety of stimulus material for each lesson
- Helps you teach, plan and assess learning whether you are a non-specialist or a time-strapped Religious Education teacher.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 88 pages
  • 215 x 296 x 10mm | 288g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Black and White
  • 1444122274
  • 9781444122275
  • 1,746,959

Table of contents

Section 1 Expressions of faith 1.1 Who was Guru Nanak? 1.2 Who were the Ten Gurus? 1.3 What is the Guru Granth Sahib? 1.4 How is the Guru Granth Sahib treated in the gurdwara? 1.5 How are Sikhs initiated? 1.6 What is the role of the gurdwara? 1.7 What festivals do Sikhs celebrate? The big assignment Section 2 Beliefs and teachings about meaning and purpose 2.1 Who is the One? 2.2 What is the principle of meeri-peeri? 2.3 What do Sikhs believe about life after death? 2.4 What do Sikhs believe about science? 2.5 What do Sikhs teach about evil and suffering? The big assignment Section 3 Ethics and values 3.1 How do Sikhs make moral decisions? 3.2 What does Sikhism teach about human rights? 3.3 What does Sikhism teach about families? 3.4 What does Sikhism teach about global issues? 3.5 What does Sikhism teach about life and death issues? 3.6 What does Sikhism teach about other faiths? The big assignment
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