Year 3 Religious Education, Birth Ceremonies Unit (6 Lessons)

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aken from -RE Resource File RE Resource File Key Stage 2 Years 3 Key Stage 2 Years 3 & & 4

Includes:
Introduction
Unit resources
Medium-term plan
Lesson 1: What does a baby need?
Lesson 2: What is sin?
Lesson 3: Christian baptism
Lesson 4: Muslim birth ceremonies
Lesson 5: Sikh birth ceremonies
Lesson 6: Making comparisons
All lesson plans and printable activities included

This unit is designed as an introduction to Religious Education at Key Stage 2. It introduces pupils to some of the religions they will study during their four years in Key Stage 2. All religions treat the birth of a new life as special and celebrate its importance in different ways. In the religions covered in this unit, God is acknowledged to have an important role in the creation and safe delivery of a new life and is thanked for the new baby. Prior learning: The class will have spent time in Key Stage 1 studying religious belief and practice. This unit will build on their previously gained understanding. Lesson length: The lessons are designed to last approximately 60–70 minutes.

At the end of this unit most children will: • Be able to explain the meaning behind the symbols and actions in the different birth ceremonies. • Be able to explain the importance of committing the baby to the community of God. Some children will have made less progress and will: • Be able to share their own experiences of babies and explain what some people believe are babies’ spiritual needs. Some children will have progressed further and will: • Be able to explain similarities and differences between the themes in the different birth ceremonies.

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