Religious Studies Y10

Overall Curriculum Goals

By the end of this year, students from this year group should understand:

1.     Learn the main beliefs about God within mainstream Christianity (Monotheism and Trinity)

2.     Be able to identify and explain the significance of ‘Sacraments’ in Christianity.

3.     Understand the central beliefs within Islam – 6 articles of faith.

4.     Explain how humans are accountable for their actions due to their own free will.

5.     Explain the Sunni Shia schism and how this occurred.

Term 1

Half Term 1 & 2

Term 2

Half Term 3 & 4

Term 3

Half Term 5 & 6

Topic Title: 

What are the main beliefs and practices within the Christian tradition?

Topic Title: 

What are the main beliefs and practices within the Islamic tradition?

Topic Title: 

Revision 

Topic Intent:

During this topic students will be studying the beliefs, teachings and practices of Christianity using Christian sources of wisdom and authority. They will be able to refer to scripture and/or sacred texts where appropriate. Students will explore the influence of the beliefs, teachings and practices studied on individuals, communities and

societies

Topic Intent: 

During this topic students will be studying the beliefs, teachings and practices of Islam using Muslim sources of wisdom and authority. They will be able to refer to

 scripture and/or sacred texts where appropriate. Students will explore the influence of the beliefs, teachings and practices studied on individuals, communities and

societies

Topic Intent:

Students consolidate their learning from the course and practice exam skills.  

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Understand the difference between monotheism and polytheism.
  • Analyse religious texts.
  • Understand how to place religious issues within their historical context - i.e., crucifixion and the punishments given at that time.

Key Content / Skills:  

  • Understand the 6 articles of faith.
  • Learn about predestination and free will.
  • Learn about the concept of punishment and reward.
  • Sunni-Shia split.

Key Content / Skills:  

Recall of learning from Year 10; Exam skills  

Assessment:

40 minute exam from an AQA past paper.

Assessment:

40 minute exam from an AQA past paper.

Assessment:

40 minute exam from an AQA past paper.

Home Learning:

as required

Home Learning:

as required

Home Learning:

as required

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

  • Begin to develop an understanding of the wider world and become more worldly and accepting of different people and their respective faiths.
  • Developing the skills of a social scientist – analysing evidence, making comparisons, constructing reasoned arguments and reaching justified conclusions.
  • Developing the critical thinking skills required for entry into the professions.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

  • Begin to develop an understanding of the wider world and become more worldly and accepting of different people and their respective faiths.
  • Developing the skills of a social scientist – analysing evidence, making comparisons, constructing reasoned arguments and reaching justified conclusions.
  • Developing the critical thinking skills required for entry into the professions.

Employability, Professionalism and Enterprise  (EPE) Links

  • Begin to develop an understanding of the wider world and become more worldly and accepting of different people and their respective faiths.
  • Developing the skills of a social scientist – analysing evidence, making comparisons, constructing reasoned arguments and reaching justified conclusions.
  • Developing the critical thinking skills required for entry into the professions.

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