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Specification code: H173
Accreditation status: Accredited
First teaching 2016, with first assessment 2017
In summary, people have adapted Utilitarianism in the following ways:
Exam Board: OCRLevel: GCSESubject: RSFirst Teaching: September 2016First Exam: June 2018Motivate every student to deepen their understanding and fulfil their potential by following a stimulating, well-paced course through the strengthened content requirements; produced by subject specialists and OCR's Publishing Partner.- Equips students with the detailed knowledge they need to succeed with clear, lively explanations that make key concepts accessible to all ability levels.- Provides opportunities for students to learn, review and develop their knowledge and skills through a variety of engaging activities, discussion points and extension tasks to stretch high achievers.- Ensures that your lessons are both innovative and inclusive, supplying a bank of tasks that draw on best practice teaching methods.- Encourages students to take an active interest in every topic, using relevant news articles, real-life viewpoints and quotations from sacred texts to bring religious principles and practices to life.- Boosts students' confidence approaching assessment via practice questions and guidance on tackling different question types.- Enables you to teach the systematic study content confidently with comprehensive coverage of Christianity and GCSE RS Spec Content covered:Christianity- Beliefs and teachings- PracticesIslam- Beliefs and teachings- PracticesReligion, philosophy and ethics in the modern world from a Christian perspective- Relationships and families- The existence of God- Religion, peace and conflict- Dialogue between religious and non-religious beliefs and attitudes- Covers the short course content.
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