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Intro to War and Peace- GCSE RE- Short Course AQA


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Intro to War and Peace- GCSE RE- Short Course AQA

  1. 1. Task • Stick in your tracking sheet on the inside of the back cover of your book. • Fill in the boxes based on the feedback I have given you. • Come and find out your target grade from me, and add onto your tracking sheet. • Set yourself a target for next unit. • Stick in your assessment into the front of your book.
  2. 2. DNA activity Stick in your Big Picture. Using the dictionaries, define the key terms War and Peace •Why do people go to war? •Consequences of war •What is peace and justice? •Pacifism •‘Just war’ and ‘holy war’ •Victims of war •Religious believers who have worked for peace •United Nations •Terrorism and nuclear weapons Key words: Quakers Salaam war Crescent Pacifism Holy war Dalai Lama Terrorism Peace Justice Sanctity of life Forgiveness Just Red Cross Red Irena Sendler UN Weapons of mass destruction
  3. 3. Quakers Forgiveness Salaam ‘Just war’ Peace ‘Holy war’ Justice ‘Red Cross’ ‘Sanctity of life’ Pacifism Forgiveness ‘Weapons of mass destruction’ ‘Red Crescent’ ‘Dalai Lama’ UN Terrorism ‘Weapons of mass destruction’
  4. 4. Introduction to War and Peace Learning objectives: • To explore the concepts of peace, justice and sanctity of life in relation to war and peace
  5. 5. Watch the clip • Make a list of questions you want to answer during this topic
  6. 6. Literacy task Read through the text. You need to: • Divide the text into paragraphs/sections. • Give a main title. • Give sub-headings for each section. • Highlight the key words and their meanings. Extension: • Someone once said, “There is no way to peace; peace is the way.” Explain what you think they may have meant.
  7. 7. DEBATE… •‘Religious people should be pacifist.’ What do you think? Explain your opinion. (3 marks)
  8. 8. “Religious people should be pacifists.” Arguments for Arguments against
  9. 9. Peer Assessment… Using the mark scheme, peer assess each others answers: • What would you give them out of 3? • What have they done well? • What could they do to improve?
  10. 10. Homework… • Complete the Peace and Justice page of your booklet. •
  11. 11. Plenary Copy the triangle of learning into your book and fill it in! 1 thing you want to learn more about 2 key words you have learnt about, and their meaning 3 things you have learnt this lesson