Interleaving Revision - GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES

Interleaving Revision - GCSE RELIGIOUS STUDIES

Half term homework Create your own revision resource* about the types of worship and types of prayer in Christianity. Use your books/folders/revision guides/our revision website (gcsereligiousstudies.weebly.com/revision) *Mind map, poster, flash cards, illustrated notes, quizzes whatever works for you. Interleaving Revision Lesson 3 GCSE RS Interleaving revision- Lesson Format Time Task EG of Topic

5 minutes Answering exam questions Relationships and families 10 minutes Marking last lessons question Christianity: practices 15 minutes Review of Content Christianity: beliefs 20 minutes

Transform Content Christianity: beliefs 5 minutes Quiz Islam: beliefs 5 minutes Test the teacher Islam: practices Exam practice Relationships and families 1) Give two types of family (2 marks)

2) Explain two contrasting beliefs in contemporary British society about homosexuality. In your answer you should refer to the main religious tradition of Great Britain and one or more other religious traditions. (4 marks) Marking Last Weeks Question Christianity: Practices Give yourself a mark for each answer and a to improve I need to 1) Give two reasons why Christians evangelise (2 marks) 2) Explain two contrasting ways a Christian can be baptised (4 marks) Review Christianity: beliefs Christianity as a world faith Splits within Christianity Early Christianity

Around 1 in 3 people worldwide are Christian and Christianity is over 2000 years old. The founder of the faith is Jesus who, according to Christians, died and rose from the dead. Early followers spread the message that Jesus had defeated death and resurrected. St Paul was a key influence in the spread of this teaching through his writings or epistles to different communities around Europe and the Middle East. In the 4th Century it became the religion of the Roman empire when the Roman Emperor Constantine became a Christian. In 1054 Christianity split into Western Roman Christianity (we now call them Catholics) which is led by the Pope and Eastern Orthodox. The Western Church later split again in the 16th Century when Henry VIII famously began the Church of England when the Pope would not grant him a divorce from his wife. During his period many Christians in Western Europe broke away from

Catholicism and the Protestant branch of Christianity began. This is known as the Reformation. The Protestant Church has also split into many different forms called denominations e.g. Baptist, Pentecostal etc. There are now 3 main branches of Christianity: Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant. Jesus Incarnation The act by which God became human as Jesus Christ. The New Testament also describes Jesus as the Word The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. Christians believe Jesus was born of a virgin, Mary was

told about the pregnancy by an angel who also said her son would be the Son of God. According to the Christian belief of the Trinity, Jesus was somehow both fully human and fully God. Resurrection and Ascension Jesus was placed in a tomb but 2 days later some women went to visit the tomb and found that it was empty. Jesus appeared to many of his followers and friends for 40 days after his resurrection.

He then ascended to heaven to be with God. Before the ascension he told his disciples to spread the Gospel. Crucifixion Shortly before his death Jesus predicted his crucifixion at the Last Supper. Judas, one of his disciples, betrayed him to the Romans who arrested him whilst praying in the Garden of Gethsemane. Jesus was trialled by the Romans and the Jewish high priest and sentenced to death by crucifixion. His charge was claiming to be King of the Jews. In his suffering Jesus cried out my God, my God, why

have you forsaken me? Which shows that he understands human suffering. Salvation Jesus resurrection is crucial to Christian belief. Original Sin is the belief that we are all born needing to be saved. Christians believe the resurrection won forgiveness for everyone and ensures their redemption (freeing them from sin). Christians believe Jesus was born without sin but that God placed all the sins of the world on him at the crucifixion and that his sacrifice was like a payment, so long as Christians have faith in the resurrection.

Jesus actions brought about reconciliation between God and humans known as atonement. The afterlife The problem of evil Christians believe that all human beings receive eternal life as a gift from God and that Jesus and the resurrection are the ways to the afterlife. There are differing views depending on the denomination- some think the afterlife begins straight away after death, others at the Day of Judgement. Genesis teaches that Adam and Eve, the first humans, gave into temptation and ate from the tree of knowledge, going against Gods instruction. The Apostles Creed states He ascended into heaven and is

seated at the right hand of the Father, and he will come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the resurrection of the body; and the life everlasting. At the point of judgement, Christians believe we will be judged on the actions we carried out in life. The parable of the sheep and goats is a good example which shows how Christians can live a good life and secure a place in heaven. It lists things like feeding the hungry, nursing the sick and visitng people in prison. This allowed evil to enter Gods perfect world. This is known as the Fall or the Fall of Man. After the Fall, all humans are born with Original Sin, meaning we are all sinful and capable of causing suffering to others. Christians believe that we were all made by God to have free will, and to choose the right path to avoid suffering. Suffering, whether man made or natural, can lead some to question their faith.

Transform Christianity: beliefs You now have 20 minutes to transform this information into some revision materials. ONLY USE YOUR NOTES IF YOU ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO!!! LISTS MIND MAPS FLASH CARDS QUIZZES Quiz Islam: Beliefs 1. Name one holy book in Islam other than the Quran. 2. Who was the first Caliph according to Sunni Muslims? 3. Give one reason why Ibrahim is a role model to Muslims. 4. Why is Risalah important in Islam? 5. He is God the One, God the eternal. He _______ no one nor was He ___________. No one is _______________ to Him. Quran 112 6. What does Allahu Akbar mean?

Test the Teacher Islam: practices As a table, come up with either a 4 or 5 mark question you would like me to answer about Beliefs and Teachings in Islam. I will type up and add to our bank of answers. You can use an existing question or make one up. RS Homework due Monday 26th Feb Create a massive venn diagram (or table with 3 columns) comparing the festivals of Eid ul Fitr and Ashura. Continue to complete Memrise courses and use our revision website: gcsereligiousstudies.weebly.com/revision

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