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Religion and Society: Christian and Islamic attitudes to bullying
Transcript of Religion and Society: Christian and Islamic attitudes to bullying
To gain knowledge of Christian and Islamic attitudes to bullying.
To analyse the reasons behind Christian and Islamic
attitudes to bullying. Respect is treating a person or
their feelings with consideration. ROLE PLAY
In groups of four; improvise a short role-play where one of you is a bully, one is a victim and the other/others interjcct and tries to educate the bully in Christian and/or Islamic attitudes to bullying.
Of course you can devise your own scenarios.
Groups perform their role-plays (only three minutes long). Give me one Christian or Islamic attitude to bullying. Bullying is intimidating/frightening people weaker than yourself. You can access my lesson notes via:
http://www.childline.org.uk/ DESCRIBE SOME CHRISTIAN
ATTITUDES TOWARDS BULLYING
(8 MARKS) Jesus's golden rule of Christian life is:
“So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you...” Matthew 7:12. The Parable of the Good Samaritan
what is the moral of the story? Why would a Christian say bullying is a sin? Christianity teaches that
Human beings are made
in God's image therefore
mistreating God's creation
is wrong. DESCRIBE SOME ISLAMIC
ATTITUDES TOWARDS BULLYING
(8 MARKS) Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said in his final sermon: ‘Every Muslim is a brother to every Muslim’.
Therefore no one should bully their brother and so Muslims should not bully anyone. Islam teaches that all Muslims are a part of the Ummah (brotherhood) and should have equal treatment and respect.
Any Muslim who bullies a person is acting against the Ummah. The use of unjust violence is
a sin therefore bullying is a sin..... 'And what will make thee comprehend what the uphill road is. It is to free a slave, or to feed in a day of hunger an orphan nearly related, or the poor man lying in the dust.' Surah 90: 12 – 16.
What is the interpretation of this extract from the Quran? HUMAN RIGHTS OF AN INDIVIDUAL HOME LEARNING
REVISE FOR THE GCSE MOCK EXAM WEEK STARTING THE 14th NOVEMBER.
APPROX 9 - 10 DAYS TO GO