Religion for Common Entrance

Trust the experts; let Religious Studies specialists Susan Grenfell and Michael Wilcockson guide you through the new World Religions content of the 2018 ISEB Theology, Philosophy and Religion syllabus for Common Entrance 13+. - Enables students to develop and review their knowledge through discussio...

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Main Author: Grenfell, Susan (Author)
Other Authors: Wilcockson, Michael (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: London Hodder Education Group 2018
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Parallel Edition:Print version: Grenfell, Susan: Religion for Common Entrance. - London : Hodder Education Group,c2018
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Summary:Trust the experts; let Religious Studies specialists Susan Grenfell and Michael Wilcockson guide you through the new World Religions content of the 2018 ISEB Theology, Philosophy and Religion syllabus for Common Entrance 13+. - Enables students to develop and review their knowledge through discussion points and a variety of activities designed to encourage active research and engagement - Builds the skills that students need for the exam by providing questions that focus on the three assessment objectives - Boosts students' confidence approaching assessment with exam-style practice questions at the end of each section - Offers a flexible route through the new syllabus with clear coverage of all six world religions This Student Book is fully supported by the accompanying Teacher Resource Book, which contains helpful Teachers' Overviews for each chapter, guidance on delivering the content and classroom-ready worksheets
Cover -- Book title -- Copyright -- Contents -- What is religion? -- In the beginning -- Religion in the world -- Religion in the UK -- Section A: Buddhism -- Topic 1 Buddhist beliefs and teachings -- 1.1 The Buddha -- 1.2 Dharma: The Three Marks of Existence -- 1.3 Dharma: The Four Noble Truths -- 1.4 Ethical teachings -- Topic 2 Buddhist practices and ceremonies -- 2.1 Meditation -- 2.2 Buddhist places of worship -- 2.3 Festivals and ceremonies -- Section B: Christianity -- Topic 1 Christian beliefs and teachings -- 1.1 The nature of God -- 1.2 Creation and stewardship -- 1.3 The Trinity -- 1.4 Beliefs and teachings relating to Jesus Christ -- Topic 2 Christian practices and ceremonies -- 2.1 Different forms of worship -- 2.2 Rites of passage -- 2.3 Prayer -- 2.4 Pilgrimage -- 2.5 Festivals and celebrations -- Section C: Hinduism -- Topic 1 Hindu beliefs and teachings -- 1.1 What is Hinduism? -- 1.2 Key beliefs and concepts -- 1.3 Manifestations of the divine -- Topic 2 Hindu practices and ceremonies -- 2.1 Forms of worship and meditation -- 2.2 Places of worship -- 2.3 Festivals -- 2.4 Pilgrimage -- 2.5 Rites of passage -- Section D: Islam -- Topic 1 Muslim beliefs and teachings -- 1.1 What and where is Islam? -- 1.2 God -- 1.3 God's angels -- 1.4 God's holy books -- 1.5 God's prophets -- 1.6 The day of judgement and afterlife -- 1.7 The divine plan: God's Will -- Topic 2 Muslim practices and ceremonies -- 2.1 The Five Pillars -- 2.2 Festivals -- 2.3 Rites of passage -- 2.4 Mosque -- Section E: Judaism -- Topic 1 Jewish beliefs and teachings -- 1.1 Beliefs about God -- 1.2 Covenant -- 1.3 The Messiah -- 1.4 The world to come -- 1.5 Mitzvot -- Topic 2 Jewish practices and ceremonies -- 2.1 Worship -- 2.2 Synagogue -- 2.3 Law -- 2.4 Rites of passage -- 2.5 Festivals -- 2.6 Dietary and food laws -- Section F: Sikhism
Topic 1 Sikh beliefs and teachings -- 1.1 God's nature -- 1.2 Service to others -- Topic 2 Sikh practices and ceremonies -- 2.1 The gurdwara - 'the doorway to the guru' -- 2.2 Prayer, reading and meditation -- 2.3 Festivals -- 2.4 Rites of passage -- Glossary -- A -- B -- C -- D -- F -- K -- L -- M -- N -- P -- R -- S -- T -- V -- W -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- V -- W -- Z -- Acknowledgements
ISBN:1510419551