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Inspirational_people - RE weekly plan Specific Learning Objectives/Targets Know the main events in the lives of significant religious figures and

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RE weekly plan Autumn Term Week Beginning : 29/10/07 – 02/11/07 Specific Learning Objectives/Targets Activities Vocabulary Classroom Organisation Resources Assessment Opportunities & Next Steps Time Know the main events in the lives of significant religious figures and their importance to believers and impact on society. Begin to understand how religious faith helps people to deal with positive and negative feelings and experiences. Begin session by writing Inspiration on the board and ask children what they think this means. Brainstorm their ideas and follow their answers up by further questions Who inspires you the most? Why? Can you name some special people you know of who are special within the faith community? Children to copy brainstorm into their RE books. Introduce the unit of work on inspirational people, emphasise that the people we are going to think about just ordinary people who choose to live their lives in an inspiring way. Share the story of someone who has inspired you. It doesn’t have to be anyone well known. It might have been an old teacher! Explain how their words, actions or what they stood for changed some aspects of your life. Make notes of the inspirational characteristics. Ask Children to write a poem or draw an idea of an inspirational person. If they draw explain they will need to annotate their drawing for example large hands to complete kind deeds. If they are going to write they will need to explain how the characteristic is inspiring, e.g. she always speaks the truth especially if it makes people feel uncomfortable about the wrong actions that they are doing. End session by sharing some of the children’s ideas with others in the class and re cap what we have learnt today. Inspire Inspiring Inspiration Special Heroes Kindness Peace Characteristics Children to sit in mix ability pairs so they can exchange ideas and learn from each other. Inspire one another! RE books, Whiteboard Pencil colours To use ideas from introduction of lesson on inspiration and apply it to well known inspirational people and pick out their special characteristics that make them inspirational. 10 mins 10 mins 10 mins 20 mins 10 mins
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RE Weekly Plan Autumn Term Week Beginning: 29/10/07  – 02/11/07 Specific Learning Objectives/Targets Activities Vocabulary Classroom Organisatio n Resource s Assessment Opportunities & Next Steps Time Know  the  main  events   in the  life of Yusuf   Islam  and  the   importance  of his   impact  on  society. Begin  to understand   how  religious  faith  helps  people  to deal   with positive  and   negative  feelings  and   experienc e s. Steps to Success: to use  the  term   ‘inspiration’. To  be  able  to make  
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 452 taught by Professor Brothersmith during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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Inspirational_people - RE weekly plan Specific Learning Objectives/Targets Know the main events in the lives of significant religious figures and

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