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									        WJEC Revision

In this revision session, we will look
at the 5 units of work over the year,
 with exemplar questions included.
2 mark questions:
 State two kinds of love.
 What is meant by commitment in personal relationships?
 State two responsibilities married couples have.
 What is meant by reconciliation in personal relationships?
 What is meant by conflict?



4 mark question:
 ‘A wife must not separate from her husband. But if she does, she must remain
unmarried or else be reconciled with her husband.’ (1 Corinthians 7: 10-11)
Explain why some Christians do not believe in remarriage after divorce.
 “If they cannot exercise self-control, they should marry. For it is better to marry than to
be aflame with passion.” (1 Corinthians 7:9)
What do most Christians believe this passage teaches about sexual desire?
 Explain why many religious believers expect marriages to succeed.
 Explain how religious believers could help a married couple with marriage problems.
 Explain two reasons why some religious believers accept contraception.
6 mark questions:
 Describe from two different religious traditions the main features of a religious
marriage ceremony.
 ‘Divorce should not be too easy; it is a last resort.’ Do you agree? Give reasons or
evidence for your answer, showing that you have thought of more than one point of
view.
 Describe the teaching about contraception from two different religious traditions.
 ‘Sex outside marriage is always wrong.’
Do you agree? Give reasons or evidence for your answer, showing that you have
thought of more than one point of view.
 Describe from one religious tradition the teaching about adultery.
 ‘Marrying in a place of worship is out-of-date today.’
Do you agree? Give reasons or evidence for your answer, showing that you have
thought of more than one point of view.
2 mark questions:
 State two causes of racism.
 What is meant by injustice?
 State two reasons why people may be prejudiced.
 What is meant by discrimination?




4 mark questions:
 ‘There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male
nor female …..’ (Galatians 3:28)
Explain Christian beliefs about prejudice and discrimination.
 Explain why many religious believers think the way wealth is used is important.
 ‘You are all one in Christ Jesus.’ (Galatians 3:28)
Explain Christian teaching about equality between men and women.
 Explain two ways in which religious believers may help a person in need.
 ‘A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another ...’
Explain two reasons why Christians try to put this into practice.
6 mark question:
 Describe the work of one religious person or religious organisation for human rights.
 ‘Everyone is prejudiced; some just show it openly.’ Do you agree? Give reasons or
evidence for your answer, showing that you have thought of more than one point of
view.
 ‘There is so much injustice in the world that I can never really make a difference.’
Do you agree? Give reasons or evidence for your answer, showing that you have
thought of more than one point of view.
 Describe from one religious tradition the teaching about human dignity.
 Describe the teaching from one religious tradition about equality.
FREEWILL:
Humans have free
choices in life.
2 mark questions:
 State two reasons religious believers might give for believing in God.
 What is meant by atheism?
 What is an agnostic?
 State two ways in which people experience God.
 What is meant by God?
 What is meant by revelation?




4 mark questions:
 Explain why many Christians believe in human free will.
 Explain why religious believers worship.
 Explain why many religious traditions use images or symbols to represent God (or the
Ultimate Reality).
 Explain two reasons why many religious believers describe God as a Spirit.
 Explain two reasons why religious believers have funeral rites.
6 mark questions:
 Describe the funeral rites from two different religious traditions.
 ‘Believing in God is a waste of time.’ Do you agree? Give reasons or evidence for your
answer, showing that you have thought of more than one point of view.
 Describe the teachings on the afterlife from two different religious traditions.
 ‘Euthanasia is always wrong.’
Do you agree? Give reasons or evidence for your answer, showing that you have
thought of more than one point of view.
 ‘A belief in life after death is the most important religious belief.’
Do you agree? Give reasons or evidence for your answer, showing that you have
thought of more than one point of view.
2 mark questions:
 State two ways in which religious believers might show their faith.
 What is meant by identity?
 State two influences on a child’s religious upbringing.
 What is meant by community?
 What is meant by celebration?
 What is meant by authority?
 State two religious symbols of belonging.




4 mark questions:
 Explain the importance to some Christians of confirmation.
 Explain why religions hold ceremonies for important stages in life.
 Explain the importance to some Christians of symbols of belonging.
 Explain why religious festivals are important for religious believers.
 Explain two reasons why many Christians belong to a worshipping community.
 Explain two reasons why baptism is important to Christians.
6 mark questions:
 Describe the main features of one festival in each of two different religious traditions.
 ‘Life has no real choices – we just like to think there are.’ Do you agree? Give reasons or
evidence for your answer, showing that you have thought of more than one point of view.
 Describe a ceremony from two different religious traditions that mark the entrance of a
baby into a religious community.
 ‘You can pray anywhere – you don’t need to go to a place of worship.’
Do you agree? Give reasons or evidence for your answer, showing that you have thought of
more than one point of view.
 Describe, from two religious traditions, how a person becomes a member of a religious
community.
                 Soul




What’s the difference?
Humans are clever animals.
Animals are not like humans.
2 mark questions:
 State two ways in which humans show they are spiritual beings.
 What is meant by creation?
 State two ways religious believers may use their talents for God.
 What is meant by soul?
 What is meant by humanity?
 State two ways people may care for animals.




4 mark questions:
 Explain what religious believers might believe is the purpose of human life.
 Explain Christian teaching about stewardship.
 Explain how some people misuse the earth’s resources.
 Explain two different viewpoints that Christians may have about how the earth was
made.
 Explain two ways in which religious believers may use their talents.
6 mark questions:
 Describe the teaching of one religious tradition about the human ‘soul’ or ‘spirit’.
 ‘Humans are just clever animals.’ Do you agree? Give reasons or evidence for your
answer, showing that you have thought of more than one point of view.
 Describe the teaching about animal rights from one religious tradition.
 ‘Religious creation stories have no value in this scientific world.’
Do you agree? Give reasons or evidence for your answer, showing that you have
thought of more than one point of view.
 ‘It is impossible to believe both the scientific and religious views of creation.’
Do you agree? Give reasons or evidence for your answer, showing that you have
thought about more than one point of view.

								
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