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  1. Self - Giving ‘What must I do, in this topic, to enable the pupil to achieve level x?’

  2. What is the purpose of Assessment? The main purpose of assessment is to improve standards not to measure them

  3. Q: What will planning look like?- Teachers will plan together. Plan whole topic - Assessment opportunities included at planning stage. - The Q ‘What must I do, in this topic, to enable the pupil to achieve level x?’ will help structure tasks - The Level Descriptors and “Driver Words” will help structure tasks - ‘Here I Am’ objectives, outcomes, topic expectations will help structure tasks.

  4. “DRIVER WORDS” AT1 AT2Level One Recognise Talk aboutLevel Two Describe AskLevel Three Give Reasons Make LinksLevel Four Show Engage and Understanding Respond Level Five Identify and explain Explain distinctions

  5. Self – Giving andLevel DescriptorsThis is a best-fit judgement.Use the progression built into the level descriptors to make a judgement that a piece of work is more one level than another

  6. Spring 2008AT 1 – Learning about Religion:Strand (iii) – social and moral practices and way of lifeTopic: Self – GivingLevel 1: Recognise that people because of their religion act in a particular wayPupils will recognise that Lent/ Holy Week is a special time for giving / going to Church

  7. Level 1: Recognise that people because of their religion act in a particular way • Lent – What do Catholics do? Why? (because) • In Lent I, Catholics ….. • Give up things, give to others – share, love, send money to CAFOD, Good Shepherd • I have given up sweets because it is Lent. • I have given up chocolate to help others / to be more like Jesus • Good Friday – What do Catholics do? • Go to Church because Jesus died (for us) - to listen to how Jesus died - to remember that Jesus died (for us) Easter Sunday – What do Christians do? I celebrate because God gave Jesus new life Christians (I, we) celebrate because Jesus is alive.

  8. Strand (i) – beliefs, teachings and sourcesLevel 1: Recognise some religious stories • Death of Jesus (Jn. 19: 25-27) Jesus thinks of others even when he’s in great pain • Healing of the Blind Man (Bartimaeus Mk. 10: 46-52. Jesus chose to heal the blind man. We are given the special gift of choosing (this can lead on to choosing right/wrong (forgiveness) • Parable of the Talents (Mt. 25: 14-30). What are our gifts and talents (chart them) Use them

  9. Strand (iii) social and moral practices and way of lifeLevel 2: Describe some ways in which religion is lived out by believersPupils will be able to describe the season of Lent and some ways in which Catholics practise giving during Lent

  10. Describesome waysin whichreligionislived outby believersLent is a time when we prepare for Easter.- Lent begins on Ash Wednesday- On Ash Wednesday we go to Mass- We receive a special sign on our forehead, the sign of the cross, in ash.- The ash is the remains of burned palms from last year’s Palm Sunday- Lent lasts for 40 days- Christians try to be better people

  11. Describesome ways in which religion is lived out by believersDescribe the customs and rituals of Lent/Holy Week/Easterprayer, fasting and almsgiving (Good Shepherd, CAFOD)AshesPalmsHot Cross Buns / EGGS

  12. Strand (i) beliefs, teachings and sourcesLevel 2: Retell some special stories about religious events and people • - Jesus’ Self-Giving Life: e.g. how he acted, his teachings, how he died etc: • Stories from Holy Week: Palm Sunday, Last Supper (Washing of Feet), Death and Resurrection • Story of Zacchaeus • Parables on Forgiveness: Lost Sheep, Unforgiving Servant, Forgiving Father

  13. Strand (iii) social and moral practices and way of lifeLevel 3: Give reasons for certain actions by believersPupils will be able to give reasons why Christians/ Catholics do certain things during Lent/Holy Week/Easter

  14. Give reasons for certain actions by believers Holy Week and Easter Customs and Rituals Give reasons why Christians / Catholics do certain things • Ashes on forehead • Palms on Palm Sunday (processions): make into cross • Venerate the Cross • Give such importance to the Eucharist • Make a special effort to go to Mass at Easter • Give EGGS, send Easter cards

  15. Strand (i): beliefs, teachings and sourcesLevel 3: Make links between religious stories and beliefs • God is a loving, forgiving Father (Parables, stories) • Jesus gives new life (forgiveness), cure of paralysed man, raising to new life (Lazarus, Widow of Nain’s son • Jesus died for our sins (lamb of God: Is. 53, death of Jesus) • Prayer, fasting and almsgiving, (stories of Jesus praying (Lord’s Prayer); Temptations; Widow’s Mite • Jesus gives himself (is present) in the Eucharist: Last Supper-words of Jesus/Feeding of the 5000

  16. Strand (iii): social and moral practices and way of lifeLevel 4: Show understanding of how religious belief shapes lifePupils will be able to show understanding of the connection between the observance of Lent / Easter and Christian living

  17. Show understanding of how religious belief shapes life Why is being a Christian about self-giving? because Jesus taught us that ‘loving one another’ (Jn 13: 34) is done through our self – giving (putting others first) = the foot washing Jn 13: 4-9, 12-15. The best e.g. of this = Jesus’ death on the cross This is why we: forgive – Jesus forgave the thief Lk 23: 39-43 and forgives us Lk 22: 19-20; Mt 26: 28 This is why we: help those in need – Jesus did this, ‘feedings’, ‘healings’ and in connection to Mt 25: 31-40 Jesus dies hungry, thirsty, a stranger, without clothes, a prisoner. So by giving to others we give to Jesus. BEATITUDES: identification of these in life of Jesus and Christian

  18. Show understanding of how religious belief shapes life. Research a person whose life gave new life to others: - Maximilian Kolbe - Oscar Romero - Mother Teresa How did they live out their religious beliefs? - Jesus??? How did he live out his religious beliefs? (Choose specific events, stories e.g. his Temptations, his struggle in Gethsemane, his reciting of Psalm 22 at the moment of his death) Why was he killed?

  19. Strand (i): beliefs, teachings and sourcesLevel 4: Describe and show understanding of religious sources, beliefs, ideas, feelings and experiences; making links between them • Compare and contrast the Suffering Servant Song in Isaiah 52: 13 – 53: 6 with the Death of Jesus • Select Stations of the Cross: condemnation, a fall of Jesus, Simon, Veronica, Jesus meets his mother, death of Jesus - choose a character -reflect on possible thoughts of them:- their motivation, reasons, loss, gain, feelings etc • Produce art work on Stations

  20. Level 5: Identify similarities and differences between peoples’ responses to social and moral issues because of their beliefsPupils will be able to identify similarities and differences in peoples’ response to poverty in the worldDifferent reasons why poverty existsDiffering attitudes to the poor (Parable of Rich Man and Lazarus) Response to poverty: (Parable of Sheep and Goats

  21. Identify similarities and differences between peoples’ responses to social and moral issues because of their beliefs The response of Pilate / Judas / Peter to Jesus during the last week of his life: What was their view of Jesus – before Holy Week. What was their view of Jesus – during Holy Week – on what was this based? What changed? – on what was this based? Why?