Leaders who worked for peace

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

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Leaders who worked for peace

  1. 1. DNADNA Would you risk your life in a conflict to gain peace? Why?
  2. 2. Quick fire recap.Quick fire recap. 1. Give to examples of human rights 2. Define ‘Authority’ 3. Give one Christian teaching that relates to human rights 4. Give one teaching from Islam relating to human rights 5. Explain why humans rights might be a good idea.
  3. 3. DNADNA What do these people have inWhat do these people have in common?common? They have all worked to promote Human rights!
  4. 4. 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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  9. 9. DietrichDietrich BonhoefferBonhoeffer
  10. 10. MahatmaMahatma GhandiGhandi
  11. 11. Irene SendlerIrene Sendler
  12. 12. Martin LutherMartin Luther King JrKing Jr
  13. 13. Clip 1 Clip 2 Watch the two clips. In the table add any thoughts you might had about the things that were being said about peoples rights and campaigning to get equal rights.
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. Information table.Information table. Name of campaigner What injustice/difficulties did they face? How did they respond/c ampaign where they motivated by any beliefs? (try to give examples) Do you think they were effective.
  17. 17. 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
  18. 18. 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?
  19. 19. 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….
  20. 20. 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
  21. 21. 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.
  22. 22. HomeworkHomework Visit the blog and complete... www.cheneyre.edublogs.org
  23. 23. PlenaryPlenary 3 – methods of working for peace 2 – reasons why _______ risked _____ life 1 – story that interested you the most and why

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