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Educational: Religious studies: Non-Christian religions

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The Rod of Iron

The Rod of Iron

Author: Wade Fransson, Streets T Donald Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 13/08/2018

Sikhism - Major World Religions World Religions

Sikhism - Major World Religions World Religions

Author: Jennifer Burton Format: Hardback Release Date: 30/11/2017

Sikhism

Sikhism

Author: Neil McKain Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 15/05/2017

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 Sikhism as well as Sikhism 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 * Each book structured as 16 lessons to offer flexibility and map onto the school timetable with ease * The `Knowing Religion' series also includes resources on Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism

World Religions Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism

World Religions Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism

Author: Tristan Elby, Neil McKain Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 15/05/2017

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 Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism 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 * Each book structured as 16 lessons to offer flexibility and map onto the school timetable with ease * The `Knowing Religion' series also includes resources on Christianity, Judaism and Islam

World Religions Judaism, Christianity and Islam

World Religions Judaism, Christianity and Islam

Author: Andy Lewis, Robert Orme Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 15/05/2017

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

My Special Angels The Two Noble Scribes

My Special Angels The Two Noble Scribes

Author: Razana Noor Format: Hardback Release Date: 06/10/2016

In Islam there are two special angels that follow you everywhere you go, writing down your every action. The one on the right makes a note of all of your good deeds, while the one on the left writes down whenever you are naughty.The presentation of their jobs in this book will help children to understand the kiraman katibin, the noble recorders, in a playful and motivating way.

GCSE Religious Studies for AQA A: Sikhism

GCSE Religious Studies for AQA A: Sikhism

Author: Marianne Fleming, Peter Smith, David Worden Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 22/09/2016

This Student Book has been approved by AQA. This textbook offers a tried and trusted approach to cover the study of Sikhism, and thematic studies from the perspective of Sikhism. Each chapter sets clear objectives and topic summaries, helping students understand what they need to know. Case studies provide a real-life story or perspective, showing Sikhism as it is practised today, and offering contemporary ethical issues for debate. The book includes a range of activity types and study tips to develop understanding. Assessment guidance runs throughout the book, offering revision checklists, practice questions and sample answer activities to support the new question types.

Celebrating Sikh Festivals

Celebrating Sikh Festivals

Author: Nick Hunter Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 11/08/2016

What do Sikhs believe? How do they celebrate what is important to them? What food do they eat during festival time? How do Sikhs in the UK celebrate? Read this book to find out the answers to these questions and more. Celebrating Sikh Festivals looks at important religious and family days in the Sikh calendar, and gets readers to take part by cooking some of the food central to Sikh celebrations. The book looks at both international and UK examples of Sikh celebrations. Infosearch asks the questions you want answered.

My Sikh Faith My Faith

My Sikh Faith My Faith

Author: Kaval Singh Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 01/04/2016

We Love Festivals: Id Ul Adha

We Love Festivals: Id Ul Adha

Author: Alice Green Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 17/07/2015

An ideal introduction to the celebration of festivals for children aged 4-7 in Foundation Stage and KS1 classes. This book describes the story behind the festival and how people prepare for Id Ul Adha. It shows how people around the world celebrate it and the special foods they eat. Attractively designed, its simple text and wonderful full-colour photos make this an essential resource in every Early Years setting. 'Did You Know?' boxes highlight interesting and unusual facts to give further points for children and adults to discuss.

Celebrating Sikh Festivals

Celebrating Sikh Festivals

Author: Nick Hunter Format: Hardback Release Date: 02/07/2015

What do Sikhs believe? How do they celebrate what is important to them? What food do they eat during festival time? How do Sikhs in the UK celebrate? Read this book to find out the answers to these questions and more. Celebrating Sikh Festivals looks at important religious and family days in the Sikh calendar, and gets readers to take part by cooking some of the food central to Sikh celebrations. The book looks at both international and UK examples of Sikh celebrations. Infosearch asks the questions you want answered.

Sacrificio y gracia

Sacrificio y gracia

Author: Vicente Fatone Format: eBook Release Date: 15/04/2015

Acercarse a Sacrificio y gracia de Fatone supone enfrentarse a un texto que sobrepasa las expectativas del lector convencional contemporaneo de asuntos orientales, acostumbrado a lidiar con sesudos tratados de especialistas, tibias introducciones y libros de autoayuda mentolados. Desde que posicion escribe Fatone y que es lo que pretende? El autor toma las tradiciones orientales no como arido campo de estudio, sino como narrativas que precisan ser tomadas en serio para el acceso a determinada meta espiritual.Precisamente porque las toma en serio, se permite criticarlas, compararlas, en definitiva, tratar de entenderlas.Su objetivo en Sacrificio y gracia es sencillo, pero puede resultar heretico para el practicante y osado o anacronico para el estudioso: se trata de un ejercicio de teologia o mistica comparada. El autor pretende identificar una continuidad soteriologica entre la ideologia sacrificial de los Upanishads y la figura del Bodhisattva, "e;santo"e; del Buddhismo Mahayana que renuncia finalizar con el ciclo de reencarnaciones y decide permanecer en el samsara hasta la liberalizacion de todos los seres. Para ello adopta una peculiar metodologia que combina elementos de la critica universitaria convenvional junto a una vision interna y personal del sentido y finalidad de las tradiciones estudiadas.