What this unit containsWhat this unit contains
The atman (real self), reincarnation, karma and moksha. Yoga and meditation. Dharma. Varnashrama dharma the four varnas and the four ashramas. Main holy books. Ahimsa and other values. Hindu attitudes and responses towards the environment
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What this unit contains The Golden TempleWhat this unit contains The Golden Temple
The Golden Temple – a special place for Sikhs in India. The Gurdwara – a local place for Sikhs – community centre, place of worship, times when people visit, worship, symbols
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Key Stage 4 English. Unit 3 Part b Producing creative texts (creative writing) – Me. Myself. I year 10 Core Unit 2Key Stage 4 English. Unit 3 Part b Producing creative texts (creative writing) – Me. Myself. I year 10 Core Unit 2
All work in this unit is based on ao3 of the English gcse. It breaks down into three parts, each of which are then broken down further in lesson objectives
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This unit’s aim is to introduce children to God as Creator of all that they see around them and the idea of giving thanks
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Extension activities and further thinkingExtension activities and further thinking
God and people. It explores what it means to believe someone. The parables of the Lost Sheep, the Good Samaritan and the Prodigal Son are explored as ways to find out what Jesus taught about the relationship between God and people and how Christians believe God
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What this unit containsWhat this unit contains
Rama. The Ramayana is the source of stories about Rama. The story of Rama and Sita is recalled at Diwali. Worship in the Temple (Mandir): Festival of Diwali. Festival foods. Respect is shown by removing shoes and sitting on the floor
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What does it mean to be a Hindu? Respect for other people (shown through namaste) and all living things. Stories about Krishna: The story of Krishna the butter thief; the story of Krishna and Sudhama
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What this unit contains Guru Har Gobind and the story celebrated by Sikhs at DivaliWhat this unit contains Guru Har Gobind and the story celebrated by Sikhs at Divali
This unit builds on work covered in Unit I and further develops pupils’ knowledge about the importance of equality in Sikhism
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Learning Together Through Faiths FoodLearning Together Through Faiths Food
This unit contains the following content from Christianity: How Christians follow the example of Jesus who shared food with His disciples at the last supper. Christians also often pray before a meal to thank God for their food
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Guru Nanak, the first of the Gurus stories about his life & teachings about equalityGuru Nanak, the first of the Gurus stories about his life & teachings about equality
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What this unit containsWhat this unit contains
Muslims follow the traditions of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and the teachings of Allah. Belief in Allah and belief in Prophet Muhammad as the messenger of Allah. The Shahadah as a statement of belief
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Muslims believe that Allah sent messengers and books to guide and teach peopleMuslims believe that Allah sent messengers and books to guide and teach people
Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and revelation of Qur'an. The Qur'an is treated with respect, its importance in people's lives. Islamic values
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The Buddha’s Life, teaching and death. How the Buddha changed people’s livesThe Buddha’s Life, teaching and death. How the Buddha changed people’s lives
This is the third unit on Buddhism for the primary phase. It is one of three units that together cover the Syllabus requirements for Buddhism This unit develops further pupils’ understanding about the impact of the enlightenment of the Buddha on his teachings and
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The mezuzah signifies the Jewish home. Festivals celebrated at home Hannukah and SukkotThe mezuzah signifies the Jewish home. Festivals celebrated at home Hannukah and Sukkot
This unit builds on work covered in Unit I and further develops pupils’ knowledge about the importance of the home in Judaism. It develops pupils’ knowledge about the Torah and introduces pupils to the Synagogue
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