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  1. Relationships Teaching and Learning WJEC GCSE Specification B (Option A) Relationships Module

  2. Relationships ISSUES Love, Marriage, Divorce

  3. Religious beliefs, values and traditions • Religious Teachings • Religious marriage ceremonies • Pre and extra-marital relationships • Contraception • Marriage • Divorce • Remarriage Click on the screen

  4. Key Concepts commitment responsibilities reconciliation conflict

  5. Topic Learning What commitments do we have to other people? What responsibilities do we have towards others? Love – sexual affection, love of family Marriage and alternatives Why do marriages succeed and fail? Divorce

  6. Life of the Buddha and detachment from wife Buddhism – core content • Celibacy • Life of monks and nuns regarded as superior • Marriage religious and non-religious occasion; use of scripture reflects local culture and custom • The Five/Ten precepts • Individual decision making founded within and beyond precepts

  7. Sex and marriage are gifts from God Matthew 19 vs 4-6 Christianity – core content • Sexual desire should be channelled into marriage 1 Corinthians7 vs 9 • Marriage vows • Humanae Vitae and a non-Catholic view on contraception • Adultery, separation and divorceMatthew 19 vs 91 Corinthians7 vs 10 – 11 • Two contrasting attitudes to divorce among Christians

  8. Pre-marital relationships strictly regulated by family Hinduism – core content • Arranged marriages • Love marriages • The samskara of marriage ritual and commitments (dharma, artha, kama) • Divorce permitted but uncommon • Contraception allowed; social and economic factors more influential than religious

  9. Sex and marriage to reflect the will of Allah Surah 30:20 Islam – core content • Arranged marriages • Marriage contract and dowry • Polygamy and justice to each wifeSurah 4:3 • Adultery Surah 17:34 • Divorce conditions, Iddah and provision for his wife

  10. Man and woman made for each other Genesis 2 vs 18 Judaism – core content • Marriage is necessary to bring children into the world Isaiah 45 vs 18 • Marriage vows, ketubah • Rabbinical judgements on contraception • Adultery and divorce Exodus 20 vs 14Deuteronomy 24 vs 1-4 • The Bet din; the Get

  11. Sikhism – core content • Importance to a Sikh of being married • Marriage a spiritual and physical union Adi Granth 788 • Sex only permitted within marriage Adi Granth 56/274 • Marriage ceremony centrality of Guru Granth Sahib; Javan hymn • Grounds for divorce

  12. Celebration WJEC GCSE Specification A Celebration Module

  13. Christianity • Rites of Passage • Marriage • Ceremony • Vows

  14. Hinduism • Rites of Passage • Marriage • Betrothal • Ceremony

  15. Islam • Rites of Passage • Marriage • Nikkah (contract) • Mahr (marriage gift)

  16. Judaism • Rites of Passage • Marriage • Features of the ceremony • Huppah • Ketubah

  17. Morality and Lifestyle • Family life – rights, roles and duties of men, women and children • Nature and purpose of marriage • Separation, divorce and remarriage • Marriage outside religion • Purpose of sex • Birth control, pre-marital sex, adultery, homosexuality END