Religion Human Rights & Social Justice Ks5 RE / PD Unit

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Religion Human Rights & Social Justice Ks5 RE / PD Unit . Primary Careers skills lessons

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Religion Human Rights & Social Justice RE / PD Unit

A new Religion Human Rights & Social Justice unit for Ks5 PSHE / RE / Citizenship Unit.

Contents
7 Lesson Packs (See below for Contents)
7 x Homework Ideas
7 x End of Lesson Confidence Checker Assessments
1 x Escape Room (Team Building Activity)

Lesson Topics

Lesson 1 Religious Freedom
Lesson 2 Christian teachings about wealth
Lesson 3 Giving money to the poor
Lesson 4 Christianity and Crime
Lesson 5 Christianity and Punishment
Lesson 6 Exploitation of the poor
Lesson 7 Human rights and social Justice

Each Lesson PowerPoint Contains:
• 1 Fully Editable PowerPoint (Learning Outcomes, Confidence Checkers, Assessment of Learning, Variety of Tasks, Video Embedded URL Clips, Engaging Premium Quality Slides, Extra Support Websites, Challenging & Thoughtful Questioning)
• Assessment Opportunity (Confidence Checker)
• Teacher Notes (On some slides)
• Mapped against Latest DfE Guidance, PSHE Association Core themes and Requirements and the Gatsby Benchmarks in Careers Education

Learning Outcomes:

To understand what religious freedom means  To understand religious freedom in the context of Human rights and British Values  To have some ideas about what the potential dangers of religious freedom
To understand Christian beliefs about wealth  To understand Christian use of money  To be able to apply your own beliefs to Christian thoughts.
To understand a Christian view of why giving is important  To evaluate why just giving may not be solving a problem  To evaluate your own views alongside Christian views in giving to the poor
To understand the definitions of crime and punishment  To understand the concepts of intention alongside good and evil  To be able to interpret Christian views on crime and punishment alongside my own
To understand three types of punishment  To consider different ways that criminals are treated  To understand religious views around the three types of punishment
To understand why the poor may be exploited  To understand how the poor are vulnerable to certain types of exploitation   To understand a Christian view of exploitation in relation to your own ideas
To understand what social justice and human dignity are  To understand how they are related and applied  To be able to understand a Christian viewpoint and how that aligns with my own

**Key Words **

Freedom, cult, human rights, British values, belief, Jediism
Wealth, Tithe, parable, prosperity, gospel
Emergency aid, long term aid, poverty, justice, stewardship
Crimes, punishments, intentions, good, evil
Prison, community service, corporal punishment, reformation
Exploitation, modern slavery, human trafficking, pay day loan, living cost
Human rights, social justice, advocacy, stewardship

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