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KS4 Curriculum Guide - Year 10 Religion & Philosophy
Term 1Islam Beliefs Part 1   
The six articles of faith in Sunni Islam and five roots of ‘Usul ad-Din in Shi’a Islam. The Oneness of God (Tawhid). The nature of God: immanence, transcendence, omnipotence, beneficence, mercy, fairness and justice (Adalat in Shi’a Islam).
Assessment: Students will be tested on their knowledge of all of the key concepts needed for the unit.Key Words and Terms
 
Term 2Islam Beliefs Part 3   
The holy books: Qur’an: revelation and authority the Torah, the Psalms, the Gospel, the Scrolls of Abraham and their authority. The imamate in Shi'a Islam: its role and significance
Assessment: Students will be tested on questions 1-4 from a GCSE paperKey Words and Terms
 
Term 2 Islam Beliefs Part 2   
Angels, including Jibril and Mika’il. Predestination (al-Qads) and human freedom and its relationship to the Day of Judgement. Life after death (Akhirah), human responsibility and accountability, resurrection, heaven and hell. Prophethood (Risalah) including the role and importance of Adam, Ibrahim and Muhammad.
Assessment: Students will answer the 12 mark question from a GCSE paper Key Words and Terms
 
Term 3Theme D: Peace and Conflict Part 1   
Religious and Social perspectives on; Peace, Justice, Forgiveness, Reconciliation, Violence, including violent protest, Terrorism.
Assessment: GCSE PaperKey Words and Terms
 
Term 3Theme D: Peace and Conflict Part 2   
reasons for war including greed, self-defence and retaliation the just war theory including the criteria for a just war holy war. Religious teachings, beliefs and attitudes about pacifism.
Assessment: Students will answer the 12 mark question from a GCSE paper Key Words and Terms
 
Term 4Theme D: Peace and Conflict Part 3   
Religion and belief in 21st century conflict Religion and belief as a cause of war and violence in the contemporary world. Religious attitudes to nuclear weapons and the use of weapons of mass destruction. Religion and peace-making in the contemporary world including the work of individuals influenced by religious teaching. Religious responses to the victims of war including the work of one present day religious organisation.
Assessment: Students will be tested on questions 1-4 from a GCSE paperKey Words and Terms
 

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