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Patchwork thinking game - teacher instructions

Teacher instructions to support Patchwork thinking game: Activity 2 in section 'What if everyone was peaceful?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Peace quotation cards

Activity for older KS2 pupils, as on p. 11 of Inspiring RE: Big Questions. Sheet for pupils with quotes about peace, sheet for teachers with details of quote sources and link to Christianity, Hinduism or Humanism.

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STARS framework

To support philosophical enquiry activities 2,3, 5 and 6 on pp. 16-20 in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. Sheet 1 shows framework with explanations, sheet 2 provides framework with blank areas for writing.

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How to run philosophical enquiry in class

To support philosophical enquiry activities on pp. 16-20 in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. Two sheets with advice for the teacher, including useful sentence starters and an introduction to the STARS framework.

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Finding philosophical questions

To support philosophical enquiry activities on pp. 16-20 in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. Advice on how to enable your class to write philosophical questions.

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What is philosophical enquiry and what is not

To support philosophical enquiry activities on pp. 16-20 in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. Sheet with guidance table, describing what is a philosophical enquiry and what is not.

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Life is a circle

Sheets to support Activity 1 in the section 'What do Hindus believe happens when you die?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Life is a circle: illustration and text boxes

Sheet to support Activity 1 in section 'What do Hindus believe happens when you die?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. Illustration, with text boxes.

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What do young British Hindus say about life after death?

PDF of p. 24 to support Activity 3 in the section 'What do Hindus believe happens when you die?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Reflections on samsara

PDF of p. 25 to support Activity 4 in the section 'What do Hindus believe happens when you die?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Hindu beliefs quiz

PDF of p. 26 to support Activity 5 in the section 'What do Hindus believe happens when you die?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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My worldview

PDF of p. 30 to support Activity 1 in section: 'What are religions and Worldviews?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Parts of a religion

PDF of p. 31 to support Activities 3 and 4 in section: 'What are religions and Worldviews?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Our worldviews

PDF of p. 32 to support Activity 6 in section: 'What are religions and Worldviews?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. 'Letters' from people of three different worldviews.

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What are religions and worldviews presentation

PowerPoint presentation looking at what is a religion or worldview. Supports Activities 3 and 4 in the section 'What are religions and worldviews?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. For use with ages 9-11.

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Swinburne's Theism

Article about the existence of God by Richard Swinburne in REtoday Summer 2020

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