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Synagogue doors

Opening up RE: Judaism - A Photograph of synagogue doors

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T is for Temples

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at what makes temples, sacred spaces and holy buildings great achievements for humanity? using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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T-Shirt Template Activity

Opening up RE: Respect - T-Shirt Template Activity

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Tackling problems of prejudice

An interview with campaigning activist Peter Tatchell. Readymade lessons for 14–19s on homophobia, equal love and gay marriage, including two interviews and a PowerPoint for teachers to use.

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Take a journey through Christmas.

Take a journey through Christmas.

A presentation ‘How to enable spiritual development through RE at Christmas’ by Jennifer Jenkins, RE Co-ordinator, St Paul’s Primary School, Nuneaton. This supports the article on pages 22 - 23.

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Taking the Holocaust seriously in RE

Taking the Holocaust seriously in RE

Michelle Smith shares the rejuvenating feeling and experience, and offers challenging ideas for RE teaching around Holocaust issues.

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Taking time over Assessment (pp 44–45).

This extended version of Emma Senior’s article on levels 4 and 5, with examples from Buddhism, provides for teachers to think carefully about the progression of 11 – 13 year olds from description to explanation.

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Taking Time over Assessment (pp.44-45)

Taking Time over Assessment (pp.44-45)

Examples of pupils’ work.

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Talking Circle

Opening up RE: Respect - Discussing quotations activity

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Talking for thinking in RE

Talking for thinking in RE

Richard Eke and John Lee, from the University of the West of England, present some of their research findings that show RE is sometimes the best curriculum subject for learning through talk.

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Target Board

A target board to support students in thinking about responses to the question ‘Who am I?’ (p.13).

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Task setting in religious education at key stage 3 (11 - 14s): A response to Barbara Wintersgill

Task setting in religious education at key stage 3 (11 - 14s): A response to Barbara Wintersgill

A response to Barbara Wintersgill (REsource volume 23 issue 2, spring 2001)

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Task-setting in religious education at key stage 3: A comparison with History and English

Task-setting in religious education at key stage 3: A comparison with History and English

Barbara Wintersgill HMI (REsource volume 22 issue 3, summer 2000)

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Taste test chart activity

Opening up RE: Creativity - Taste test chart activity

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Tasty RE

Opening up RE: Creativity - Religious food images

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TEACH:RE Primary Powerpoint

TEACH:RE Primary Powerpoint

A short introduction for teachers of RE in Primary schools.

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