Provide students with a strong understanding of religion with high quality, engaging and content-rich resources building a firm foundation for the new GCSE 9-1 Religious Studies.
Deliver a rich, coherent RE course at KS3 and equip pupils with a deep understanding of religion with ready-made, flexible and high quality KS3 lessons.
`Knowing Religion' is written by an author team of experienced RE teachers and led by series editor Robert Orme of West London Free School.
* Discover the history and beliefs of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism as well as these religions in the modern world
* Start teaching straight away with Teacher Guide resources available on Collins Connect, including teaching ideas and support along with answers to questions in the student books
* Give pupils the grounding they need to excel at GCSE RS
* Ignite an interest in religion through a compelling narrative, fascinating facts and extraordinary people
* Aid pupil memory with a `knowledge organiser' at the end of each unit covering key vocabulary, people, places, and dates
* Spark discussion and assess understanding with questions for each lesson including longer-form discursive questions to provide extended writing and essay practice
* 16 lessons on each religion to offer flexibility and map onto the school timetable with ease
* The `Knowing Religion' series also includes resources on Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism and Biblical Literacy
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 120
Weight: 350 g
Dimensions: 265 x 192 x 7 mm
`Knowing Religion provides essential grounding and practice for the demands of the new GCSE course.' - Lisa James, Curriculum Leader of Religion and Philosophy, Cardiff High School
`The structure of the books is excellent, and the explanations of religious concepts and practices are concise and succinct.' - Prabhjap Singh Jutla, The British Sikh School
`Knowing Religion not only provides a good grounding for further RE studies but also equips students with skills that will be transferable to a wide variety of learning contexts' - Debbie Smith, R.E. Co-ordinator, Ovingham Middle School
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