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AQA Short Course RE- GCSE

AQA Short Course RE- GCSE
Unit- War and Peace
Leaders who worked for peace

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  • DNADNA Would you risk your life in a conflict to gain peace? Why?
  • C/W Leaders who worked for peace DateC/W Leaders who worked for peace Date Learning intentions: To IDENTIFY & DESCRIBE leaders who worked for peace in times of conflict. To COMPARE/CONTRAST & ANALYSE which leaders methods were the most effective means of working for peace and why.
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  • DietrichDietrich BonhoefferBonhoeffer
  • MahatmaMahatma GhandiGhandi
  • Irene SendlerIrene Sendler
  • Martin LutherMartin Luther King JrKing Jr
  • Video- Mind MapsVideo- Mind Maps Irene Sendler- Mahatma Gandhi- Dietrich Bonhoeffer- Martin Luther King- C/W Leaders who worked for peace DateC/W Leaders who worked for peace Date
  • In groups of 5, (5 groups needed) you areIn groups of 5, (5 groups needed) you are going to create a poster on one leader whogoing to create a poster on one leader who worked for peace.worked for peace. On your poster, you can only have 15 words in total, but you can include:  Pictures  Symbols  Letters  Numbers Irena Sendler – p111 Gandhi – handout Dalai Lama – p110 Dietrich Bonhoeffer – handout Martin Luther King – p68-9
  • Leader What were they working against? What were their methods? Did they succeed? Mahatma Gandhi Martin Luther King Dietrich Bonhoeffer Irena Sendler The Dalai Lama
  • Task – The Market PlaceTask – The Market Place One person from your group is going to stay with your poster to explain it; the ‘expert’. (You will all do this once!) The others are going to move around the room and learn about different leaders who worked for peace. Make sure you fill in your table! Then, go back to your group, and teach each other what you know.
  • I think the methods of .... were the most effective means of working for peace. I think this because... In comparison, I found the methods of... the least effective because... The leader who was most influenced by their religious faith was ..., because... Extension: How else could these leaders have worked for peace?
  • 6 mark question6 mark question “You can achieve more by using love and peace than by using violence and hate.”  Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer, showing that you have thought about more than one point of view. Refer to religious views in your answer. To begin with, a Christian would agree with this statement, because Jesus said… Muslims would also agree, because… They might also take inspiration from a religious leader, such as… On the other hand, someone may argue that using violence and hate is more effective, because… I agree with… This is because….
  • BeBe KIND/SPECIFIC/KIND/SPECIFIC/ HELPFULHELPFUL What mark would you give them? What have they done well? What could they do to improve? Use the PURPLE PENS & ONION
  • Redraft your answer basedRedraft your answer based on your feedbackon your feedback “You can achieve more by using love and peace than by using violence and hate.”  Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer, showing that you have thought about more than one point of view. Refer to religious views in your answer.
  • HomeworkHomework Visit the blog and complete the Google Form- questionnaires. At least 3. www.cheneyre.edublogs.org
  • PlenaryPlenary 3 – methods of working for peace 2 – reasons why Irena Sendler risked her life 1 – story that interested you the most and why