GCSE AQA RS Short Course Topic on a Page
Unique and highly visual learning and revision resources ensure students know the specification inside out.
A really high quality resource, an excellent set of notes for students to take away and the potential for lots of revision time to be saved in class.
- key concepts defined
- scriptural quotations
- contrasting views
- For each subtopic:
- A3 activity worksheets with varied tasks and space for notes – test knowledge and aid memory
- Completed A4 summary – check answers and review content
- All subtopics combined on two comprehensive A3 posters per theme/religion – bring it all together in an easy-to-digest summary
Use activity worksheets while teaching the course or to recap subtopics, and summary sheets for end-of-topic revision, classroom display, and more! Great for visual learners, and accessible for all abilities.
The resource is excellent and can be used in a wide variety of ways. It provides a clear and accurate starting point and potential revision resource
Theme resources contrast Christianity with Islam and other relevant viewpoints.
What do teachers say about this resource? (8753,8990)
Fantastic resource – covers everything needed! It can be used for cover lessons and homework and in place of expensive textbooks. It is exam board specific and presented in a student-friendly way. Buy it! Excellent resource – better than some of the leading publishers' textbooks
It’s a really good resource, it will be used by teachers who are non-specialists to improve their subject knowledge and it also works as an ‘easy on the eye’ resource for students to use for revision and as a knowledge organiser at the start of the topic. It is very user friendly... I really like the way the resource flows and ‘does what it says on the tin’ – it really is a topic on a page! Offers opportunities for students to develop their understanding of beliefs, teachings and practices – these are difficult concepts for students and it allows these to be explored/revised in an easier way... I would purchase, and recommend this resource for both teachers and students. I will be encouraging some members of my team who are non-specialists to use this resource to develop their own knowledge and understanding
What do teachers say about this resource? (6855,7130)
I think this is a brilliant resource, it's detailed, really well presented and really easy to use. It contains all the necessary information and gives plenty of relevant material. Really useful for revision purposes... a very attractive layout that the students would respond well to... I think it matches the specification very well, I cannot find any area that is not covered, and some have more detail than the AQA endorsed textbook
Really valuable, simplifies content. Very accessible for both my staff and students. It is condensed which makes it more valuable for key marginal students who find the content of revision guides overwhelming. Easy to use and excellent revision activities to aid either class or independent revision.
Good, lots of information with all the main points covered in an appropriate amount of detail... The information was clear and concise... I liked the use of appropriate scriptural references and exclamation marks denoting particularly important points... simplifies some complex issues
What do teachers say about this resource? (8182,8192)
Really good. I would thoroughly recommend it to others, the layouts are beautiful and they will make excellent revision activities either at the end of the unit or before the exam... Could see them being completed by students for homework or as part of an assessment in class too. A top quality resource
This is a really useful resource and can be used as a knowledge organiser for the whole subject. The sheets that come with it are great for revision. It has tonnes of information on, clearly laid out and covers everything needed for the specification. I use this in multiple ways – I set homework on specific parts of it to check knowledge on what we've already covered. For revision purposes I give them the sheets with 'fill in' spaces on and they do as much as they can, they then get the full sheets to check their work and fill in any gaps in their understanding.