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Ten ways to use photos in RE PPT

Ten ways to use photos in RE PPT

Here, as a supplement to the REtoday article, we provide you with numerous examples from Newham students who worked with Claire. Each one is worth looking at, and worth questioning.

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Texts of 'The Seven of Consolation'

Extracts from ‘The Seven of Consolation’ from Isaiah. To apply to the microcalligraphy image by Ellen Miller-Braun. From Pp.90-91 REtoday Autumn 2018

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Thai Buddha

A copy of the Buddha image from the inside back cover for use in the classroom

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That's offensive. Perspectives on reliigious offence in advertising.

That's offensive. Perspectives on reliigious offence in advertising.

Reverend Canon Professor Martyn Percy is Principal of Ripon College, Oxford. He’s not scared of adverts that offend. Good job, because he used to chair the Advertising Standards Agency.

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The (un)feminine divine

Article by Cecilia Scott in REtoday Summer 2020: 'The (un)feminine divine', about the Hindu goddess Durga

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The (un)feminine divine: presentation

PowerPoint presentation: 'The (un)feminine divine' to support article of same title by Cecilia Scott in REtoday Summer 2020, about the Hindu goddess Durga.

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The A Club: The Blogs of Abi Goodenough

The A Club: The Blogs of Abi Goodenough

It could find a place in the fiction section of a school library but is more likely to be popular with parents concerned about some of the potentially unhelpful influences present in the books their teenagers are reading.

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The Advent Wreath

Exploring a theme: Religion around me - Engagement though the use of an artefact: an Advent Ring

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The angel's message article

The angel’s message: learning from Islam, thinking for ourselves.

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The angel's message PowerPoint

The Revelation of the Holy Qur’an: interesting Islamic learning for5–6-year-olds This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Autumn 2017’s REtoday magazine.

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The art of religious education.

The art of religious education.

Rachel Barker (REsource volume 24 issue 3, summer 2002)

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The Aum symbol many meanings

Inspiring RE: Hindus- The Aum symbol many meanings

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The Authorised Version

The Authorised Version

2011 is the 400th anniversary of the publication of the Authorised Bible, also known as the King James Bible. As Margaret Cooling shows is this article, this English translation of the Bible has had a far-reaching impact on our culture: art, and music, language, politics and education.

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The Bible (home learning)

A piece of home learning about the Bible for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).

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The Bible in a box

RE Ideas: Sacred Words - PDF of page 21 - The Bible in a box

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The Bible: The Big Story

The Bible: The Big Story

This is a very welcome addition to textbooks on the Bible and presents the material with a clear, engaging and open approach.

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