Religion & Life Ks5 RE / PD Unit

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Religion & Life Ks5 RE / PD Unit . Primary Careers skills lessons

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Religion & Life Ks5 RE / PD Unit

A new 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 Abortion
Lesson 2 Euthanasia
Lesson 3 The use and abuse of animals
Lesson 4 The use and abuse of the environment
Lesson 5 Death and the afterlife
Lesson 6 Origins of the universe
Lesson 7 Crime and punishment

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 abortion and why someone might choose it To understand a Christian view of abortion To apply Christian views and your own views to the topic of abortion
Understand the significance of euthanasia within a Christian ethical framework. Understand different types of euthanasia, such as active, passive, voluntary, and involuntary. Understand the concept of the sanctity of life and how it informs Christian viewpoints on the morality of euthanasia. Apply Christian ethical principles to contemporary case studies involving euthanasia.
understand how Christian beliefs impact attitudes and actions towards animals, including the use of animals for work, food, and research. demonstrate the ability to apply Christian ethics to contemporary issues such as vegetarianism, veganism, animal rights, and welfare. the moral implications of using and abusing animals from a Christian perspective.
To understand Christian belief around the environment To understand sustainable development in line with Christian views To develop your own views of human growth and sustainability
To understand different religions viewpoints on death and afterlife To understand Christian views of Heaven and Hell To be able to form my own ideas about death and the afterlife based on what I have learned
To understand and explore the Genesis account of creation relating to fundamentalist Christians To understand the big bang theory in relation to creation To be interpret these beliefs and theories into your own thinking
To understand the definitions of crime and punishment in a religious context To understand the legality of crime and punishment To understand good and evil intentions and why people commit crimes

**Key Words **
Sanctity of life, termination, pro-life, pro choice
Euthanasia, active, passive, voluntary, involuntary, sanctity of life
Welfare, dominion, stewardship, veganism, vegetarianism, animal rights, factory farming
Environment, resources, abuse, sustainable, renewable, non-renewable, deforestation
Afterlife, reincarnation, enlightenment, heaven, hell
Creation, Big Bang Theory, Fundamentalism, Genesis
Crime, punishment, evil, poverty, greed, free will, prison, forgiveness, retribution, reformation

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