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Art representing Jesus (IBC) - Madonna image

RE Ideas: Jesus - Madonna image

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Artwork A: Processional Cross of the Most Holy Trinity

RE Ideas - God: Carvings by artist Jean Lamb

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Artwork B: Interpretation of Rublevs Icon of the Trinity

RE Ideas - God: Painting by artist Sophie Hacker

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Artwork C: Trinity

RE Ideas - God: By Artist Jean Lamb: Oil painting on wood

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Assemblies for Spring and Summer Festivals

Assemblies for Spring and Summer Festivals

While some adaptation may be needed depending on the ages of the pupils, assembly leaders will find a wealth of material for Christian assemblies in this reasonably priced book.

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Assessing Religious Education at Key Stage 3

Assessing Religious Education at Key Stage 3

Barbara Wintersgill (REsource 26:3, Summer 2004).

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Assessment for Learning (2004) Curriculum Targets

Assessment for Learning (2004) Curriculum Targets

Unit 6: Developing curricular target setting in RE. Subject–specific guidance.

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Assessment for Learning (2004) Objectives

Assessment for Learning (2004) Objectives

Unit 3: Developing objective–led lessons in RE. Subject–specific guidance.

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Assessment for Learning (2004) Oral Feedback

Assessment for Learning (2004) Oral Feedback

Unit 4.1: Developing oral feedback in RE. Subject–specific guidance.

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Assessment for Learning (2004) Peer and Self–Assessment

Assessment for Learning (2004) Peer and Self–Assessment

Unit 5: Developing peer and self–assessment in RE. Subject specific guidance.

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Assessment for Learning (2004) Written Feedback

Assessment for Learning (2004) Written Feedback

Unit 4.2: Developing written feedback in RE. Subject–specific guidance.

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Atheism What would God think of it?

A PowerPoint presentation of student responses to an article by comedian Marcus Brigstocke about why, although he is an atheist, he would like to find a God is supported by lots of pupils writing back to him on behalf of God (and the devil).

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Attainment, threshold concepts and RE: a response to Mark Chater

Stephen Pett responds to the article by Mark Chater

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Awe and Curiosity: The Contribution of RE to Contemporary Education?

Awe and Curiosity: The Contribution of RE to Contemporary Education?

Duncan Forrester (REsource 24:2, Spring 2002).

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Background and Introduction to Philosophy for Children (P4C)

Background and Introduction to Philosophy for Children (P4C)

Pat Hannam sketches out both the background to, and the methodology of, Philosophy for Children with a focus on its significance for RE teachers.

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Background information about the parables

Background information and Christian interpretations to be used with Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.

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