GCSE Philosophy & Ethics

GCSE Philosophy & Ethics

Ethics Exam Board: OCR Religious Studies J625 AA Exams: Skills: Two both two hours long AO1 knowledge and understanding AO2 analysis and evaluation Topic Paper One Beliefs and Teachings & Practices of Christianity and Islam Paper Two Religion, Philosophy and Ethics from a Christian view Assessment Proportion of Grade 9-1 126 marks (inc 6 SPAG) 2 hour exam Monday 13th May 2019 pm 50% 126 marks (inc 6 SPAG) 2 hour exam Monday 20th May 2019 am 50% eliefs and Teachings Paper Question Assessment Focus AO1 - Knowledge recall Command Words Name State Give Bullet point three responses where possible; dont waste time! Only the first three responses will be considered for marks

Describe Outline Read the question carefully You may need to give 2 examples, and explain them in detail You may be able to give one very detailed example instead Explain Compare Read the question carefully Aim for three paragraphs, each focusing on a different aspect Use sources of wisdom/authority [Stimulus]. Discuss Read the question carefully; ensure you know what it asks Give at least 3 views or arguments Include both sides of the argument PEEL in each paragraph Use sources of wisdom/authority Refer to significance for followers Include a judgement Pay attention to SPaG marks! A, B, C (3 marks each) AO1 - Knowledge & understanding D (6 marks) E (15 marks + 3 SPaG for first E question of each religion) AO1 - Knowledge & understanding; AO2 - Analysis & evaluation AO1 - Knowledge & understanding;

AO2 - Analysis & Evaluation Advice Question Themes Paper 2 A Assessment Focus (6 marks) C (6 marks) D (15 marks + 3 SPaG for first E question of each religion) Advice Name State Give Bullet point three responses where possible; dont waste time! Only the first three responses will be considered for marks AO1 - Knowledge & understanding Describe Outline How Read the question carefully You may need to give 2 examples, and explain them in detail You may be able to give one very detailed example instead Refer to Christian nature of Britain for the Interfaith part B question AO1 - Knowledge & understanding;

AO2 - Analysis & evaluation Explain Compare How Read the question carefully Aim for three paragraphs, each focusing on a different aspect Use sources of wisdom/authority [Stimulus]. Discuss Read the question carefully; ensure you know what it asks Give at least 3 views or arguments Include both sides of the argument PEEL in each paragraph Use sources of wisdom/authority Refer to significance for followers Include a judgement Pay attention to SPaG marks! AO1 - Knowledge recall (3 marks) B Command Words AO1 - Knowledge & understanding; AO2 - Analysis & Evaluation Learning key terms is key. There are many which may appear on the exam paper. Students wont be able to answer the question if they dont understand the words in the question. Term Definition Look/ cover/ write/ check/ practice

Use it in a sentence Help them to learn sources of wisdom and authority Key quotes need to be learnt so they can be used in exam questions. - Revision cards - Mnemonics - Dingbats Islam The Shahadah There is no god but Allah, Muhammad is the messenger of Allah. Tiny insects never go below a mountain in the morning or afternoon Help them practice extended writing for the 15 Mark Question Structure What do I need to include? How could I write this? D Define the key term in the statement. The word (key term) means . . . (key term) is all about . . . . (key term) can be defined as . . . . A Agree from a Christian point of view. Include a Bible reference.

Some Christians might believe . . They believe this because . . . Evidence to support this might be . . . In the Bible it states . . . The impact of this belief on Christians might be . . This is important because . . . . This belief might influence the Christian community because. D Disagree from a Christian point of view. Include a Bible reference. Other Christians might believe . . They believe this because . . . Evidence to support this might be . . . In the Bible it states . . . The impact of this belief on Christians might be . . This is important because . . . . This belief might influence the Christian community because. A Alternative point of view (atheist/agnostic) Agnostics/Atheists might respond/feel/believe . . . They believe this because . . . Evidence to support this might be . . . This is important because . . . . C Conclusion

In conclusion it would appear . . . Clearly . . . In summary . . . Finally . . . On balance . . . DADAC What higher level connectives should I try and use? Firstly Secondly In addition to Furthermore Moreover For instance To illustrate To highlight However Equally Similarly In contrast On the other hand In spite of this Therefore As a result of this Consequently Hence Ultimately No one can prove the existence of God. Discuss this statement. In your answer, you should: draw on your learning from across your course of study, including reference to beliefs, teachings and practices within Christianity explain and evaluate the importance of points of view from the perspective of Christianity. (15 marks) Religious Teachings At once he [Saul] began to preach in the synagogues that Jesus is the Son of God Acts 9:20 For we live by faith not by sight 2 Corinthians 9:7 (Dont need proof of God to believe)

He covers the sky with clouds; he supplies the Earth with rain and makes grass grow on the hills Psalm 147:8 But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Romans 5:8 Key Concepts D St Aquinas Cosmological Argument. Everything must have a cause that started it off, that cause is God. A William Paley Teleological Argument. The world has been perfectly designed and the designer is God. D A C Miracles/visions/ conversions Lourdes/Walsingham Visions of the Virgin Mary, now both pilgrimage sites. God revealed through Jesus/The Bible Atheist/Agnostic lack of scientific evidence, lack of perfect design in the world? Why do miracles only happen to some people?

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