Combines engaging content and activities with effective exam preparation for AQA GCSE Religious Studies B: Unit 3, and has been written by experienced examiners and teachers. Including coverage of the six main world religions, Religioun and Morality: - is written in a direct and student-friendly style with clear explanations and a touch of humour - helps students gain an understanding of the content, explore their own beliefs and respond to religious ideas with a range of different activity types - improves students' exam performance with examination advice, including sample answers and tips on how to revise.
Lesley Parry is a senior manager in a large comprehensive school in Manchester. She is a Senior GCSE Examiner. She is the Chair of the new syllabus committee for Oldham SACRE. She has written many GCSE Religious Studies resources. Jan Hayes is a Head of RE in a Lancashire school. She is a Senior GCSE Examiner for AQA. She has worked with a number of teachers and schools in Lancashire and Manchester to help them improve their RE delivery, specifically at GCSE level Kim Hands is an experienced teacher and examiner.
Introduction About this course The religious bit... Topic One Religious Attitudes to Matters of Life (Medical Ethics) Ethical issues and religious attitudes Science starting life Religious attitudes to fertility treatment Helping others The medicine Thinking about the medicine Transplants and transfusions Religions and maintaining life Humans and experiments Exam practice Topic Two Religious Attitudes to the Elderly and Death Getting old Caring for the elderly Religious attitudes to the elderly Caring for the dying Euthanasia Why euthanasia - or why not? Religious attitudes to death and euthanasia Life after death in six religions Last thoughts about the end of days Exam practice Topic Three Religious Attitudes to Drug Abuse Drug use Why use drugs? Tobacco Alcohol Let's talk drugs The body and mind Religious attitudes to drugs Exam practice Topic Four Religious Attitudes to Crime and Punishment Causes of crime Crime and punishment exercise The aims of punishment Punishment Capital punishment Human nature Religious attitudes to crime and punishment Exam practice Topic Five Religious Attitudes to Rich and Poor in British Society Homelessness Gambling Religious attitudes to gambling Other causes of poverty Where do people get their wealth? Religious attitudes to the poor and to the use of money So what do we do to help in Britain? Government help Key terms you need to know... You've just won GBP6.4 million! Exam practice Topic Six Religious Attitudes to World Poverty The basic needs of life So what causes all this poverty around the world? So where are the LEDCs? Charities Types of aid Sustainable development Help, help, help, help!!! Exam practice Appendix I Revision Guide Appendix II What a question paper looks like Glossary Index