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RE Short Course ... The Created World

Price: £38.00
Age Range: KS4

Covers those areas within Religious Studies and Religious Education that are involved with the environment and are both relevant and crucial to the individual, the local community and the world community. The first six worksheets deal with general concepts. These are followed by three ten-worksheet sections, focusing in turn on the teachings of Christianity, Islam and Judaism.

The pack is designed for use in Key Stage 4 Religious Education classes. It has been specifically designed for those students who will achieve E, F or G at GCSE level, or are working towards Certificate of Achievement. Because the pack is photocopiable, you can use it flexibly, with individual students, small or large groups, or across a whole year set.

Topics include: Animal rights; The environment; Responsibility and stewardship; The relationship of the divine to the created world.

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Size: 86 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 339 3
Author(s): John Gregory
Code: RSCT
Popularity rank: 351

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Contents List

LESSONS

GENERAL CONCEPTS:

  • 11 ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY? Students explore the concept of 'the environment' on a personal, local or global level.
  • 13 IT'S OUR EARTH TOO Students are helped to understand the concept of 'the animal kingdom' by teaching others.
  • 15 A SOLUTION TO POLLUTION? Students are helped to understand what pollution is, and what its consequences are.
  • 17 SERVING BY CONSERVING Students are helped to understand the idea of conservation and to appreciate that it is not optional if life on earth is to have a future.
  • 19 UNITED WE STAND Students are helped to understand the agreements drawn up in 1988 in Toronto by world governments.
  • 21 TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT Students are helped to understand the concept of the environment.

CHRISTIANITY

  • 27 ... AND IT WAS GOOD Students explore the relationship of God with the world from a Christian viewpoint.
  • 29 CARETAKERS TAKE CARE Students investigate Christian views on people's responsibility regarding the environment.
  • 31 LIVING FOR CHANGE Students investigate Christian views about changing lifestyles.
  • 33 ON LOAN TO US Students investigate Christian views about responsibility towards the land and sea.
  • 35 DOCTOR TOOLITTLE Students explore Christian views about responsibility towards the animal kingdom.
  • 37 LOVE, LOVE ME DO Students explore Christian views about responsibility towards people.
  • 39 FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD Students explore the Christian attitude towards food.
  • 41 AN EARTH OF WORTH Students look at how Christian groups and individuals are working to create 'a better world' through the arts.
  • 43 FOR GOD'S SAKE Students investigate how Christian groups and individuals help to create a better world through education.
  • 45 ACTION STATIONS Students investigate how Christian groups and individuals try to help the world through direct action.

ISLAM

  • 51 PARADISE FOR ALL Students explore the relationship of Allah to the created world, and create a picture of what is meant by paradise.
  • 53 I COULDN'T CARE MORE Students explore Islamic responsibility towards the environment.
  • 55 TODAY NOT TOMORROW Students investigate Muslim views about responsibility towards the Earth's climate.
  • 57 WE'LL ANSWER FOR IT Students investigate Muslim views about responsibility towards the land and sea.
  • 59 GOD'S CREATURES Students investigate Muslim views about responsibility towards the animal kingdom.
  • 61 PLEASE HELP! Students investigate Muslim views about how fellow human beings should be treated.
  • 63 FOOD AND DRINK PROGRAMME Students explore Islamic food laws and their implications.
  • 65 THE EARTH CRIES OUT Students look at how Muslim groups and individuals are working to create 'a better world' through the arts.
  • 67 TURN AND LEARN Students look at how Muslim groups and individuals help to create 'a better world' through education.
  • 69 LAND WITH A FUTURE Students investigate how Muslim groups and individuals try to help the world through action.

JUDAISM

  • 75 LIFE-GIVER Students explore the relationship of God with the created world from a Jewish viewpoint.
  • 77 IT'S OUR RESPONSIBILITY Students investigate Jewish ideas about stewardship.
  • 79 CLEAN UP YOUR ACT Students investigate Jewish views about responsibility towards the climate and the atmosphere.
  • 81 CELEBRATE GOD'S GOODNESS Students investigate Jewish views about responsibility towards the land and sea.
  • 83 PET POWER Students investigate Jewish views about responsibility towards domestic animals.
  • 85 A FRIEND INDEED Students investigate Jewish views about responsibility towards others.
  • 87 FIT FOR USE Students investigate Jewish food laws
  • 89 PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE Students look at how Jewish groups and individuals are working to create 'a better world' through the arts.
  • 91 A LISTENING EAR Students look at how Jewish groups and individuals help to create 'a better world' through education.
  • 93 WHAT CAN WE DO? Students investigate how Jewish groups and individuals try to help the world through direct action.