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EXAM practice lesson. Don’t let this be you…. OBJECTIVE:. To focus on the structure of (a) and (c) type questions and to use peer marking to improve your exam technique. OUTCOMES…. Your GOALS for the end of this lesson are…. Grades D

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Don t let this be you

EXAM practice lesson

Don’t let this be you….


Don t let this be you

OBJECTIVE:

To focus on the structure of (a) and (c) type questions and to use peer marking to improve your exam technique.


Don t let this be you

OUTCOMES…

Your GOALS for

the end of

this lesson are…

Grades D

Will be able to give ONE DEVELOPED or TWO SIMPLE explanations in a (c) type question.

  • Grade C

  • Will be able to give TWO DEVELOPED or FOUR SIMPLE explanations in a (c) type question.

  • Grade B

  • You will be able to give THREE DEVELOPED well written explanations in a (c) type question including key words.

  • Grade A-A*

  • You will be able to give FOUR DEVELOPED well written explanations in a (c) type question including key words.


Don t let this be you

STARTER…

Using the mini whiteboards define the meaning of the following KEY WORDS...


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Starter…

The BAD

The GOOD

and the

Look at the following (a) question answers... REMEMBER these are when you give DEFINITIONS to KEY WORDS.

You need to decide if the answer is:

GOOD = Full correct definition = 2 MARKS (full marks)

BAD = Incorrect definition = 0 MARKS

INBETWEEN = Partially correct definition = 1 MARK


The a questions and answers

The (a) questions and answers...

What is adultery?

Having an affair.

INBETWEEN = 1 marks – correct = A sexual act between a married person and someone they are not married to.

What is cohabitation?

Staying with your marriage partner and only having sex with them

BAD = 0 mark – correct = Living together and in a relationship without being married.

What is promiscuity?

Having sex with a number of partners without commitment.

GOOD = 2 marks

What is pre-marital sex?

Sex before marriage.

GOOD = 2 marks

What is procreation?

Making babies.

INBETWEEN = 1 Mark – correct = Having sex in order to make a new life.


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The (a) questions

These questions give you 2 marks just for knowing the key words and their meanings – EASY 

This means you MUST learn ALL the key words for every unit as the (a) questions make up 10% of your exam.


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The (a) questions

How are they marked?

  • Its SIMPLES...

  • These questions are for 2 marks – you get FULL marks for a correct definition .

  • If you give a definition that is PARTLY right you will get ONE mark.


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The (a) questions

Now its YOUR turn...

You now have 2 minutes to answer the following...

Please write out the question and leave space to answer before the timer starts.

What is sexism ?

(2 marks)

What is discrimination?

(2 marks)


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The ANSWERS…

Sexism

Sexism is discriminating against someone because of their gender – 2 marks

Treating someone different because they are a woman – 1 mark

Discrimination

Treating people differently because of their ethnicity/gender/colour/sexuality/age – 2 marks

Picking on someone because they are gay – 1 mark


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How many differences can you spot?


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The (c) questions

With these questions you can earn up 8 marks by giving 4 developed explanations.

The examiner is also looking at your style of English so your answer must read well and include KEY WORDS!

You must also include RELIGIOUS BELIEFS and TEACHING but the question usually asks for this anyway 

These are worth 40% of your total mark so you need to get them spot on!


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The (c) questions

DON’T FORGET to include KEY WORDS!

How to answer...

P

E

P

E

P

E

P

E

Christians/Muslims believe...

They also believe...

They believe this because...

They believe this because...

They also believe...

Finally they believe...

They believe this because...

They believe this because...


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The (c) questions

Look carefully at the exam answers on your worksheet.

You have been given the marks already 

Your job is to say WHY... WHY did they get the marks they did?

  • Think about...

  • How many POINTS and EXAMPLES does each question have? (mark with P and E)

  • Have any KEY WORDS been used? (mark with KW)

  • Look out for RELIGIOUS quotes, teachings or references (mark with a Q or a T)


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The (c) questions

Now its YOUR turn...

You now have 12 minutes to answer the following...

P39

Choose one religion other than Christianity and explain why some of its followers would not accept women leaders.

(8 marks)

PE PEPEPE


Page 39 part c pe pe pe pe

Page 39 Part C PE PEPEPE

WATCH OUT_ THE GUIDE ONLY LEADS YOU FOR THREE SECTIONS NOT FOUR!

Firstly some followers of Islam do not accept women leaders in religion because…(Finish the PE telling me about the woman's role in the house and children).

Secondlythey also feel that…(finish the PE telling me about (clothing and possible distractions that would occur).

Thirdlythe Qur’an shows that men and women are equal ‘All people are equal as the teeth of a comb’. (P) However the equality is different and actually means that men and women should have different roles but of equal value to the family not leadership. (E)

FinallyMuhammad is the prophet of Islam and he never had female leaders (P) Therefore this clearly shows…(E)


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RED

POINT – Some Muslims think...

EXPLANATION/EXAMPLE – They think this because...

2 marks

AMBER

POINT – They also think....

EXPLANATION/EXAMPLE – They think this because...

4 marks

POINT – Some Muslims also think...

EXPLANATION/EXAMPLE- They think this because...

6 Marks (must be written in good English)

GREEN

POINT – They also think...

EXPANATION/EXAMPLE – They think this because...

7-8 marks (must include key words/quotes)

The (c) questions


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The (c) questions

PEER MARKING

Swap books with the person next to you.

Mark their (c) answer

Giving them a mark out of

8. Use the marking criteria

to help you.


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Marking criteria

Points x4

Examples x4

Qur’an quote

Muhammad said…


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OUTCOMES…

Grades D

Will be able to give ONE DEVELOPED or TWO SIMPLE explanations in a (c) type question.

  • Grade C

  • Will be able to give TWO DEVELOPED or FOUR SIMPLE explanations in a (c) type question.

  • Grade B

  • You will be able to give THREE DEVELOPED well written explanations in a (c) type question including key words.

  • Grade A-A*

  • You will be able to give FOUR DEVELOPED well written explanations in a (c) type question including key words.

Did you achieve

the GOAL?…


One tip for answering a c part question is

One tip for answering a C part question is…

  • Complete the question in your heads….I will then pounce on some of you for the answer!


Similarities and differences in the treatment of women in religion

Similarities and differences in the treatment of women in religion.

Christian Point Muslim

*Rules on Clothing

*Rules on women leaders

*Women in the Home

*Women in the place of

worship

Complete the following table in your books and look through your notes to fill in the Christian and Muslim sides.

Extension: In a changing society should ALL religions and denominations accept women leaders? Explain your point


Respect for who they are

Respect for who they are.

Watch the following clip.

Think back to last lesson and our conversations about the Hijab.

Do you think that people are right to be scared of women in a Hijab?

What are the main reasons for wearing a Hijab?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNXMxaXClJI&list=PLE5F78789732DC6A3


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Plenary…

  • Now place the post-it on the progression TREE.

  • RED(bottom of tree)

  • I am not feeling confident with (c) type questions)

  • YELLOW (middle of tree)

  • I am feeling OK with (c) type questions

  • GREEN (top of tree)

  • I am feeling confident with the (c) type questions

On your post-it write down ONE TOP TIP for answering (c) type questions.


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