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Six schools of thought in RE

Six schools of thought in RE

Lat Blaylock (REsource 27 issue 1, autumn 2004).

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Slicing the RE cake

Slicing the RE cake

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Page 88 RET 38_3

Small change for RE?

PDF of Mark Chater's article on pages 88-89 of REtoday Summer 2021, section: 'Last Word'.

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Smelly RE (p.20).

An extended version of Paul Newbould’s article on using a neglected area of experiential learning.

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SMSCD via displays PowerPoint

A good model for learning outside the classroom anywhere. From REtoday Autumn 2012 'Spirituality in the classroom (p.46)'

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SMSCD: a bluffer's guide

SMSCD: a bluffer's guide

Heather Marshall and the members of a NATRE action group provide a bluffer's guide to SMSCD - personal development in the context of rE.

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Snowflake diagram

Big Questions Big Answers vol 1: Investigating God. Resource 6.2: Snowflake diagram for LAMBI scale exercise, to support Step 3A on page 29 of book.

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So now you're starting at the big school!

So now you're starting at the big school!

Julie Grove challenges the secondary RE teacher to dump the 'Cook's Tour of Religions' and start well: how about some philosophy and some group work on images of the divine.

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6.3B Sociological theories

Sociological theories on religion in Britain (6.3B)

Challenging Knowledge in RE vol 2: Studying Worldviews. Resource 6.3B: information sheet with some important theories from Grace Davie and Abby Day. Supports activity D on p. 21.

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Sociological theories on religion in Britain: introduction (6.3A, p. 25)

Challenging Knowledge in RE vol 2: Studying Worldviews. Resource 6.3A from p. 25 of book. Exploring theories from Grace Davie and Abby Day.

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Somebody Else's Shoes

Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by Helen Simpson, Plumstead Manor School.

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Soothing the face of God

The original artwork illustrating Exodus 32 by Nicky Ackland Snow on p.35.

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Sorry, please, I love you, thanks activity

RE Ideas: Journey - Sorry, please, I love you, thanks activity

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Sorting out celebrations: a card and discussion activity for all

Exploring a theme: Celebrations - This activity will help pupils to consider how the celebrations of a faith community are similar to, and different from, personal celebrations

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Space for the spiritual

What can we learn from visiting a place of worship? Katherine France offers some tried and tested approaches to deeper learning from a visit to a place of worship, backed up with examples of her pupils’ work that will stimulate your learners as well.

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