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Beginning to see RE as research

This PowerPoint sequence supports the article ‘Beginning to see RE as research’, on pupils interviewing adult.

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‘A Christian view’ extended interview with Lizzie Henderson

‘A Christian view’ extended interview with Lizzie Henderson

Faith in science? Faith in God? By Lizzie Henderson, Youth and Schools Programme Coordinator at The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion. This is an extended version of Lizzie’s article from the January 2018 edition of REtoday magazine.

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‘God the guardian Singing Psalm 46’

‘God the guardian Singing Psalm 46’

Corrine Guntrip is part of the Learning Academy Partnership and the All Saints Teaching School Alliance. Here Corrine discusses how she used music to explore theological ideas with Ilsham C of E Academy Year 4 pupils.

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‘No More Wine’ by Eularia Clarke

Jesus’ first miracle (John 2: 1-11)

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14 key moments in Jesus 'last hours'

This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Spring 2018’s REtoday magazine, pp. 24–5. Start your pupils off on slide 4.

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A British flag to learn from British Values

This PowerPoint sequence supports the idea for a piece of work about British values for a large school population from REtoday, September 2015.

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A mother's forgiveness for her son's killers (Christianity)

A mother's forgiveness for her son's killers (Christianity)

A Mother’s Forgiveness for her Son’s Killers is a short clip (6.16 mins) from the BBC’s Learning Zone Broadband Clips Library which tells the story of 18-year-old Anthony Walker through interviews with his mother and sister, and using news footage. They describe their feelings at the loss of Anthony, and also how forgiving his killers, following Jesus’ teaching about forgiveness, has helped them to release their feelings of anger, bitterness and revenge.

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A muslim response to the evil of IS

An article from this RE Today publication in which Kate Christopher explores issues every teacher of RE has to think about.

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A Short History of Evil

A Short History of Evil

A short history of evil is a 4-minute mini-documentary. Some big questions, illustrated by perspectives and snippets from the history of religion, are posed. The resource is aimed specifically at GCSE, is fast-paced and provocative. It enables students understand aspects of the topic, and also leads them to consider their own response to the issue in the light of their learning in RE.

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A short history of the afterlife

A short history of the afterlife

A Short history of the Afterlife is a fast-paced mini-documentary (3.10 mins) which asks some big questions illustrated by perspectives and snippets from the history of religions. Is death the end? Is there any evidence for an afterlife? Is death a consequence of sin, but with hope of a risen life, as Christians say? Or is it all about karma leading to rebirth, as Buddhists believe?

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Abortion - overview in 6 religions

Abortion - overview in 6 religions

BBC Ethics: Abortion is part of the BBC’s vast Ethics website. It provides detailed and comprehensive coverage of the main ideas, concepts and perspectives. Buddhism, Christianity (Church of England and Roman Catholic), Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism are covered.

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Abortion: some Christian perspectives

Abortion: some Christian perspectives

BBC Bitesize Religious Studies provides a brief overview of the position of Christianity on abortion. There is a short test activity to consolidate learning.

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Advertising Christianity

Advertising Christianity

Church-ads runs an annual campaign to re-tell the story of his birth in ways which engage positively with the public’s interest. This site provides details of the current campaign.

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An Interview with Rabbi Nancy Morris

Q and A with Rabbi Nancy Morris.

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Angels

Who believes in angels? Expressing meaning through images.

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Animal Ethics: perspectives from 5 religions

Animal Ethics: perspectives from 5 religions

Animal Ethics is part of the BBC’s Ethics website. It provides detailed and comprehensive coverage of the main areas of study required by the exam boards e.g. legislation; moral status of animals; experimentation; eating animals; pets; hunting; animal activism. Perspectives from five religions are covered: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism. The material is text-based. It is suitable as a reference point for students, particularly more able ones, and is a readily accessible source from anywhere with internet access.

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