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Yr 11: Forgiveness
Transcript of Yr 11: Forgiveness
thinking at? Place your own picture
behind this frame! Double click to crop it if necessary San Francisco Budapest How do people
are sorry? (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 Look at the quotes on your sheets. a) Pass them round the table, adding
your answer in the box.
b) Use the prompts to help you.
c) There's enough for everyone
to help revise. 1. Why do YOU THINK is it
hard to say this word? 2. Why do YOU THINK it is important? I can... EXPLAIN
some Christian teachings on forgiveness, using 1 key word.(Grade B) I can... UNDERSTAND
why forgiveness is important to some Christians (Grade C). I can... MAKE LINKS
between Christianity and Islam's view on forgiveness, using 2 key words.
(Grade A/A*) Make a list of what
happens when there is
(at least 5!) Assets map details doodles photo frame Starter: Entry Activity Even Frogs Is
Calorie Nicotin a) Beat the clock and unscramble these 2 words into 1. This is an
exam. Do you think
others? (4) REMEMBER: Then give 2 DETAILED reasons for your view. Look at these
2 scenarios from
You Tube. 1. What is the response of the characters?
2. Which is the better response? Why?
3. How can people show they have
forgiven someone? In one
is given. The other
opposite. verbally? body
language? actions? CLUE: These are key
beliefs of Christians -
and key words for the exam! b) When you have the words - come up with a definition. You must agree OR
NOT both. Your turn... 'You can't be a good Christian
if you do not always forgive others.' i) Do you agree? Give reasons for your
ii) Give reasons why some people may disagree with you. In your answer, you
should refer to Christianity.