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Case Study: A typical week at Akeel's mosque

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - Akeel Ahmed has written about life at his mosque

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The imam’s in-tray worksheet activity

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - The imam’s in-tray worksheet activity

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Traditional and Western scholarship on the Qur’an

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - How is the meaning of the Qur’an understood? Over its history, different people have interpreted the Qur’an in different ways. Leading educators look at some of the main developments (extended version)

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Essential text: how is the meaning of the Qur’an understood?

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - Essential text: how is the meaning of the Qur’an understood?

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Unit 1: Exploring Values

Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - The ideas in this unit help children to think about what values are good and why.

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Unit 4: How do religious people decide how to solve dilemmas

Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - This unit uses body sculpture, thinking about dilemmas and interpreting scriptural texts to explore how religious people might go about solving different dilemmas.

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Unit 5: Is it possible to live in a truly peaceful world

Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - The work in this unit will allow pupils to focus on peace before progressing to explore both direct and indirect violence.

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Unit 2: If you do something wrong, can it be put right

Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - This unit uses a secular story and two stories from sacred texts to explore the question of whether our wrong actions or bad choices can be put right.

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Unit 3: In the journey of life, what makes things better

Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - This unit provides information about two religions: Islam and Hinduism. Beliefs are explored through a series of activities, culminating in a board game bringing together pupils’ learning.

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The House with no Room

Opening up RE: Judaism - A Jewish folk tale from Eastern Europe

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How to show that you care

Opening up RE: Christianity - How to show that you care presentation

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What is God like in Christianity

Opening up RE: Christianity - What is God like in Christianity presentation with some Christian ideas about what God is like.

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Interviews with Buddhists

Opening up RE: Community - Interviews with 2 individuals about the importance for Buddhists about being part of a community.

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A values auction activity

Opening up RE: Community - An activity for teachers to do with pupils using an activity sheet to do a values auction.

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Introducing Humanist Values

Opening up RE: Community - This presentation enables pupils to learn about Humanism in a simple way in RE.

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Locations for Harvest time activity

Opening up RE: Thankfulness - Locations for the Harvest time activity

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