Revision 1. Question types. PEEPEEO Revision 2. Exam

Revision 1. Question types. PEEPEEO Revision 2. Exam

Revision 1. Question types. PEEPEEO Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Remember both papers are in two parts:

Part A Part B Revision Exam Paper example: 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Exam Paper example:

2. Exam papers / questions Revision Exam Paper example: Fill this in properly and clearly 2. Exam papers / questions

Revision Exam Paper example: 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Exam Paper example: 2. Exam papers /

questions Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Exam Paper example: Keep an eye on the time to make sure you dont run out. Youve got 1.18 mins

for each mark on the paper! Revision Exam Paper example: 2. Exam papers / questions Revision 2. Exam papers /

questions Exam Paper example: WHEN YOU ARE INSTRUCTED TO, make sure you have both sets of sheets the booklet AND the insert Revision Exam Paper example:

2. Exam papers / questions Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Exam Paper example: Follow these instructions! How many of you have actually read them before properly?

Revision Exam Paper example: 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Exam Paper example: The 4 additional SPAG marks

are given for your answers in Part B. Some of you MAY want to start with this section then when your brains are fresh. 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Exam Paper example: You need to read the

instructions etc BEFORE the time begins for the exam. Once the 1:30 starts you should be INSIDE the booklets. Before the end of the exam though, check again that you have written your name etc on the front. 2. Exam papers / questions

Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Part A: Inside the paper Revision Thinks to look out for The topic for each section will be written at the top. All of the

questions within that section (e.g. A1) will be on that topic ALWAYS READ THE HEADING 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Thinks to look out for E.G.

On this example paper, the heading for A1 is Euthanasia and Hospices. Therefore all of the questions will be expecting you to show your knowledge of Euthanasia and Hospices, and Christian attitudes towards them 2. Exam papers / questions

Revision Thinks to look out for All of the Part A questions will have the number of marks available in brackets at the end of the answer lines. Use this as a guide for what they are expecting to you write,

and how much 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Thinks to look out for Some questions will even give you hints such as these numbers

2. Exam papers / questions Revision Thinks to look out for Some questions will even give you hints such as these numbers 2. Exam papers / questions

Revision Thinks to look out for Sometimes you might find a newspaper cutting or some other piece of writing you need to read. READ IT!! 2. Exam papers / questions

Revision Thinks to look out for It will help give you more insight into the purpose of the questions that follow. 2. Exam papers / questions Revision

2. Exam papers / questions Part B: Inside the insert Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Revision

2. Exam papers / questions Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Revision 2. Exam papers / questions

Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Look at the topics first to help you decide which set to

answer Revision 2. Exam papers / questions You might also want to look at the types of questions youll be answering. They arent always the same in B5 and

B6 Revision 2. Exam papers / questions If youre better at answering six mark questions, perhaps one section has more of the six mark questions, and

less of the four / three mark ones Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Whichever section you choose, you must keep a very careful eye on how many marks you need to be writing for. Remember, the answer section in the booklet for Part B does not have the

correct number of lines like it does for Part A. Revision 2. Exam papers / questions General Exam Paper tips: dont spend too long on each question. You will need every minute If a question totally stumps you, look at some of the other questions in that group. They may

help you understand what the difficult question is asking you If you have any spare time at the end of the exam, you MUST read back over what you have written sometimes we lose the point of an answer half way through. Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Exam Questions:

Why dont you try some timed answers to some of the questions in the example paper Revision 2. Exam papers / questions Revision What is the FIRST thing

we need to look at? 2. Exam papers / questions Revision What is the FIRST thing we need to look at? 2. Exam papers /

questions Revision Next? 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Next? 2. Exam papers / questions

Revision If you cant remember what Civil Partnership means, the photo should give you a clue. 2. Exam papers / questions Revision

Next QA 2 marks What is it asking for? 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Write your answer. You have 1 minutes.

You must stop when I tell you to put your pens down. 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Mark Scheme Answer: 2. Exam papers /

questions Revision How did you do? 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Next QB 3 marks What is it asking

for? 2. Exam papers / questions Revision Write your answer. You have 3 minutes. You must stop when I tell you to put your pens down.

2. Exam papers / questions Revision Mark Scheme Answer: 2. Exam papers / questions Revision How did you do?

2. Exam papers / questions Revision 3. Revision topics Over the following slides you will see the exam board breakdown of the content for each paper Christianity Islam

Christianity Topic 1: The Right to Life Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Christian views on the sanctity and quality of life influence attitudes to abortion and euthanasia. Abortion views on when life begins;

the status of the embryo/foetus; pro-life and pro-choice arguments; alternatives to abortion. Euthanasia types of euthanasia voluntary and non- voluntary; the distinction between active and passive euthanasia; views about the right to self-determination;

the hospice movement. Christianity Topic 2: The Use of Medical Technology Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Christian views on the sanctity of life, correction of nature and intervention in nature influence attitudes to the following: fertility and genetic treatments, cloning, and the appropriateness of embryonic research, including the question of hybrid embryos. They should also consider who, if anyone, should/should not have the right to such treatments and the implications for those involved in them and (where relevant) for resultant children. Fertility Treatments artificial insemination by husband (AIH) or donor (DI/AID); in vitro fertilisation (IVF);

surrogacy (as an alternative to standard fertility treatments). Gene Therapy and Genetic Engineering saviour siblings; somatic cell therapy; designer babies. Cloning reproductive cloning; stem cell (therapeutic) cloning. Christianity Topic 3: Personal Responsibility Within this topic, candidates should show understanding

of how Christian views on what it means to be human and on the importance of commitment and responsibility influence attitudes and personal lifestyle in relation to sexual relationships and the use of drugs. Sexual Relationships human sexuality and sexual relationships (heterosexual and homosexual); chastity and sexual relationships outside marriage, including adultery; the legal age of consent for sexual intercourse;

contraception. Drugs medically prescribed drugs; socially accepted drugs: alcohol and tobacco; illegal drugs; reasons for taking legal and illegal drugs;

the effects on those who take them, and on others. Christianity Topic 4: Social Responsibility Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Christian views on the importance of commitment, responsibility, equality and justice influence attitudes to marriage, and prejudice and discrimination. Marriage

religious and civil marriage ceremonies; the nature and purposes of marriage; alternatives to marriage, including cohabitation and civil partnerships; reasons for marital breakdown and support for those experiencing this; attitudes to divorce and remarriage; the importance of family and the elderly. Prejudice and Discrimination causes of prejudice and discrimination;

types of prejudice and discrimination, including colour, race, religion, gender and disability; Christian responses to prejudice and discrimination, including the work of one wellknown Christian. Christianity Topic 5: Global Concerns Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Christian views on the world as Gods creation, stewardship, justice and respect for life influence attitudes to the world and its inhabitants. The Environment environmental problems, including pollution, destruction of natural habitats, use and abuse of natural resources, and climate change;

individual, community, national and international responses, e.g. recycling, conservation projects and earth summits. World Poverty characteristics of Less Economically Developed Countries (LEDCs) and causes of poverty; emergency and long term aid; the work of one of the following voluntary aid agencies: CAFOD, Christian Aid, Tearfund, Trocaire; ways in which individuals might respond to those in LEDCs, e.g. fair trade, campaigning for justice. Christianity Topic 6: Conflict

Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Christian views on justice, forgiveness, reconciliation and peace influence attitudes to war and peace, and to crime and punishment. War and Peace causes of war; the Just War theory;

pacifism; terrorism; nuclear warfare and proliferation. Crime and Punishment the causes of crime; aims of punishment, including deterrence, protection, reformation and retribution; punishment and its impact on society and the individual, including fines, imprisonment, community service, and the death penalty (capital punishment). Islam Topic 1: Life and Death

Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Muslim principles on the purpose and quality of life influence attitudes to the following: the sanctity of life (Surah 3:145); Muslim attitudes to abortion and euthanasia; belief in life after death, resurrection and judgment. Fertility Treatments Muslim attitudes to fertility issues contraception, in vitro fertilisation (IVF), artificial insemination by the husband (AIH) or donor (AID or DI); surrogacy (as an alternative to standard fertility treatments); reproductive cloning. Gene Therapy and Genetic Engineering

saviour siblings; somatic cell therapy; designer babies; stem cell (therapeutic) cloning. Islam Topic 2: Wealth and Poverty Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Muslim principles such as duty

to care for the poor and the concept of community influence attitudes to the following: characteristics of Less Economically Developed Countries (LEDCs) and the causes of poverty; emergency and long term aid; the work of Muslim organisations and agencies in world development and the relief of poverty; detailed knowledge and understanding of the work of Muslim Aid and the principles on which its work is based; ways in which Muslim communities in the UK work to relieve poverty and suffering, including an understanding of Sadaqah; Muslim attitudes to money and to giving to the poor and needy.

Islam Topic 2: Wealth and Poverty Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Muslim principles such as duty to care for the poor and the concept of community influence attitudes to the following: characteristics of Less Economically Developed Countries (LEDCs) and the causes of poverty; emergency and long term aid; the work of Muslim organisations and agencies in world development and the relief of poverty; detailed knowledge and understanding of the work of Muslim Aid and the principles on which its work is based; ways in which Muslim communities in the UK work to relieve

poverty and suffering, including an understanding of Sadaqah; Muslim attitudes to money and to giving to the poor and needy. Islam Topic 3: Conflict and Suffering Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Muslim views on purpose of life, justice, reconciliation and peace influence attitudes to the following: the concept of jihad greater and lesser; Muslim views about war, including:

disarmament; pacifism; terrorism; nuclear warfare and proliferation; protest different ways of protesting and reasons for protest; reconciliation. Islam Topic 4: The Environment Within this topic, candidates should show

understanding of how Muslim views on stewardship and the value of the natural world influence attitudes to the following: the created world reasons why it is valued by Muslims; causes of pollution; Muslim attitudes to conservation; Individual, community, national and international responses, e.g. recycling, conservation projects and earth

summits; animal rights care of animals, using animals for experimentation in research; stewardship. Islam Topic 5: Crime and Punishment Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Muslim views of law, punishment and forgiveness influence attitudes to the following: the causes of crime; aims of punishment deterrence, protection, reformation, retribution; punishment and its impact on society and the individual including

fines, imprisonment, community service, the death penalty (capital punishment); attitudes to corporal punishment and the death penalty (capital punishment); the teaching of the Quran on punishment; final judgment before Allah; issues of justice (Surah 41:34); forgiveness. Islam Topic 6: Relationships and Lifestyle Within this topic, candidates should show understanding of how Muslim beliefs and law and the principles of commitment and responsibility

influence attitudes to the following: importance of the family; children, role of parents, the elderly; human sexuality and sexual relationships (heterosexual and homosexual); the legal age of consent for sexual intercourse; attitudes to alcohol, tobacco, prescribed drugs and illegal drugs; effects and impacts on individuals and on others; attitudes to gambling; attitudes to usury; the role of Islamic schools.

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