Blank Lesson Plan Jewish Beliefs Matching Words and Pictures Application

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					Jewish Beliefs Matching Words and Pictures
Application Notes: This is an electronic matching activity to support teachers towards the end of the QCA RE Unit 1E How do Jewish people express their beliefs in practice? Integrated with the Glossary (also available separately) this activity challenges pupils to match pictures against the Jewish term. This resource will support independent learning and the integrated use of ICT.

Class: Year 1

Subject: RE

Pupils use a matching activity to consolidated their understanding of Jewish terms. Why ICT is appropriate: Allows open exploration and supports pupils to work more independently. This activity could be used on an interactive whiteboard with the whole class.

Resources Required: match.htm file and supporting .swf, PC Pre-requisite knowledge/skills/understanding: Basic mouse control skills.
It is helpful if children have: • used words associated with celebrations, festivals and artefacts

In this glossary children will have an opportunity to use words and phrases related to Jewish beliefs and practices.

Learning Objectives taken from the QCA Art & Design Unit 1E
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For children to match a selection of pictures with the appropriate Jewish term. To understand the difference between a menorah and a hannukiah.

Activities Show the children how the matching activity works and how to access the glossary. Use adult support to help with reading the glossary. Some children may be able to independently access the glossary at various times during this unit to research terms such as menorah and Shabbat. The matching activity could be undertaken more independently, working in pairs.

Teacher and/or support role The teacher uses a projector screen to demonstrate the programme or children gather round the computer screen. Supporting adult maybe useful to aid children or to make observations. The teacher checks the children’s understanding by asking questions.

Assessment Strategy: Mainly through observation and questioning. Feedback is given via the check button in the matching activity.

Learning Outcomes
  use a glossary to develop an understanding of Jewish beliefs and practices. Understand key Jewish terms.