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What does Islam look like in practice? The Five Pillars in Barking.

What does Islam look like in practice? The Five Pillars in Barking.

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Fiona Etienne, Eastbury Comprehensive School, London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, supported by Janet Dyson.

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What does it mean to be ... in 2008?

What does it mean to be ... in 2008?

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Cory Cambridge, Woodbridge High School, London Borough of Redbridge, supported by Claire Clinton.

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What does it mean to be a Christian, Humanist or Muslim in Britain today?

What does it mean to be a Christian, Humanist or Muslim in Britain today?

Activity from RE Today secondary curriculum book 'Questions: Identity and Diversity'

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What does it mean to be a Muslim in Barking?

What does it mean to be a Muslim in Barking?

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Farzana Hassan, Barking Abbey School, London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, supported by Janet Dyson.

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What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today?

What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today?

This set of lesson ideas uses original material from young British Muslims to enable any student in the 11–14 age range to understand the practice of the faith and to open up the possibility of learning from Islam.

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What does it mean to be a spiritual person?

This presentation supports the unit on 'What does it mean to be a spiritual person?' pp.10-15.

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What does it mean to be spiritual but not religious?

This unit focuses on what people mean when they describe themselves as SBNR, and the views of religion and spirituality underpinning this definition.

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What does our local Anglican church reveal about the Christian faith and community?

What does our local Anglican church reveal about the Christian faith and community?

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Delyse Leslie of Stoke Newington School, London Borough of Hackney, and supported by Karl D'Cruz.

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What does the Bible say about the Holy Spirit?

PDFs of the information pages on the Holy Spirit (pp.20-1).

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What gap year would Jesus take?

Jennifer and Elanor’s accounts of their gap years (pp.26-31).

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What goes wrong with interfaith dialogue and why it's worth fixing.

What goes wrong with interfaith dialogue and why it's worth fixing.

Dr Chris Hewer is the author of Understanding Islam: The First Ten Steps and Principal Consultant on the Understanding Islam distance learning programme in the Understanding Faiths series.

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What is belief?

Five simplified writing frames to enable pupils to access the work on beliefs, to complement the copiable sheets in the book (pages 3, 4, 17, 21 & 24).

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What is church?

This lesson presents different interpretations of the word ‘church’, exploring whether it relates more to buildings or to people. It considers the worldwide church, and Christian Aid’s place within that.

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What is evil? Is there a solution to suffering?

This lesson explores the problems of evil and suffering in a Christian context. Students are encouraged to consider different forms of evil and to debate whether suffering is gendered. They will learn about theodicy and the different ideas of early Christians, before considering a theodicy to justify evil and suffering in the modern world.

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What is God's Kingdom Like?

Sheet to support activity on page 22 of ERB Christians vol. 2

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What is human

Supporting lessons for article in REtoday summer 2019 'Animal, vegetables and minerals'. (Lesson A: What is human word grid)

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