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Mother to Mother - could you forgive?

World Book Day 2013
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Mr L's Prezi lessons

on 2 November 2013

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Transcript of Mother to Mother - could you forgive?

Lesson
Map

Place your own picture
behind this frame!
Double click to crop it if necessary
San Francisco
Budapest
Important
Details
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
(cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr
(cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr
Stockholm
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
I CAN... UNDERSTAND key
teachings which help
some Christians with
life's big decisions.
(Level 6)
I CAN...EXPLAIN why
some Christians
react differently to
life's tough decisions and show this in an exam question.
(Level 7)
Assets
map
details
doodles
notes
outlook
photo frame
Amy's parents are
Christians.
Who?
Where?
Why?
1Q?
How?
Not
sure?
I CAN... DESCRIBE the
story of Amy Biehl (to
use in the exam)
including 2 key words.
(Level 5)
t
+
s
+
s
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Entry Activity...
If we stand any chance of hitting
our Learning Outcome 1 and making progress, we need to find out about Amy Biehl!
Learning Objective:
To understand how
Christians use different
teachings to help them
make big decisions
in life.
On your desk are information
packs about Amy Biehl and
her mum and dad.
You are going to be
learners!
Task:
Once the story was in the newspapers and on TV, many people offered them advice
on what to do next.
In pairs, use the cards to work out
which is the best and worst advice to
give to Amy's mum and dad.
1. Whose advice
is more
persuasive?Why

2. What do you
think Amy's
mum and dad did?
You are all making brilliant progress! Well done!
Title
To help us meet Learning Outcome 3, we need to capture
our learning and show the examiner we know our RE!
'You can't be a good Christian if you do not always forgive others.'
i) Do you agree? Give reasons.
ii) Give reasons why some people may disagree with you. You must refer to Christianity.
You've got
just like you would in the Year 8 exam.
What?
Where?
Who?
Why?
1Q?
Film
title?
Pose...
...pause
...pounce
...bounce!!
Let's check our learning
Good Advice.
Ok advice.
V
best
advice.
Good Advice.
Ok advice.
Ok advice.
Worst
advice
Not so good advice.
Not so good advice.
Show you can sparkle with
Diamond 9!
Diamond 9 – organises ideas, sets priorities & relates ideas to each other in a pattern of judgements or evaluations – higher order thinking skill!!!
Where in the world is South Africa?
This book tells the story of
Amy Biehl, an American student
who was killed in South Africa
fighting racism.
This is
South
Africa.
For 40 years, white and black
people were kept apart in every area
of life under a system called
apartheid.
Have the teachings of Jesus stood
the test of time?

We are making brilliant progress!
I CAN... UNDERSTAND key
teachings which help
some Christians with
life's big decisions.
(Grade C)
Now we need
to grab this LO:
Entry Activity...
1. What does XVI mean?
2. Benedict XVI became
Pope on April 17, 2005.
How many years and days
was he Pope for?
3. There are 7 billion
people on the planet.
What percentage
are Roman Catholic?
In the last few
days, Pope Benedict XVI
resigned as religious
and spiritual leader
of the world's
one billion
Roman Catholic
Christians.
Starter: our bridge to learning.
Time to show off
our learning.
...things you
have done
well today.
...things you
know now that
you didn't know an hour ago.
... things you would
like to find
more about
.
We work best when others help us!
1. Swap your book with your partner.
2. Use the Peer marking sticker to help
your partner to do even better!
You have RE 3 times a fortnight.
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