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RE
... Right and Wrong ...

1
Learning Intention:
To think about right and wrong
Instruction and differentiated activities:
Children to listen to a story.('Rescuing the Rescuer', or 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf')
In mixed ability groups discuss and answer questions relating to the story and what their responses might have been.
Lesson Plan 1 - (Word)
Resources:
*Stories
(see stories under 'Other' for 'Rescuing the Rescuer')
*Sugar paper and pens for children
ICT Opportunities:
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2
Learning Intention:
To think about forgiveness and compassion
Instruction and differentiated activities:
Place children in mixed ability groups and give them scenarios to discuss. (e.g You see your friend take a pencil box that does not belong to them. What do you do, and why.)
After group discussion, feed back to the class
*Lesson Plan 2 - (Word)
Resources:
*Key word list
*Paper for groups to record their ideas
ICT Opportunities:
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3
Learning Intention:
To identify values common to different people
To learn that some morals are universal
Instruction and differentiated activities:
*Discuss what different key words (values) mean
*Read stories (such as 'The Fisherman and His Wife'
Chidren to diamond rank values represented in the story
*Children to motivate WHY they have ranked those values in a particular order.
Fisherman and his wife animated online at:
http://www.kidcrosswords.com/kidreader/fisherman_and_his_wife/fisherman_and_his_wife_page1.htm or
http://ipl.si.umich.edu/div/kidspace/storyhour/fisherman/
*Lesson Plan 3 - (Word)
Resources:
*Diamond ranking grid
*Words to rank
ICT Opportunities:
Online, animated stories
4
Learning Intention:
To understand the values of others
To recognise that people usually live by their values

NOTE: this lesson is repeated in the 'Religious Leaders' section
Instruction and differentiated activities:
*Identify that different people have different values and that many of the ' admirable' values are universal
*Discuss three major religious characters with children (Jesus, Mohammed, Buddha)
*Tell children they will be identifying values and characteristics of each character and placing on a Venn diagram matrix
*Remind children that not all the values would have been discussed, they will need to rely on the information they have been given and what they already know
*Work in groups to place values in the Venn diagram
*Plenary: Which key words related to life-style?
*Which related to values?
*Which values were shared - why do you think this is so?
*Which were different - why do you think this is so?
*Lesson Plan 4 - (Word)
Resources:
*Background Information
*Values Template
*Key words for the group activity
ICT Opportunities:
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