Presentation on theme: "3.3 Marriage and Family Life"— Presentation transcript:
1 3.3 Marriage and Family Life KEYWORDSAdulteryAn act of sexual intercourse between a married person and someone other than their marriage partner.Civil PartnershipA legal ceremony giving a homosexual couple the same legal rights as a husband and wife.CohabitationLiving together without being married.ContraceptionIntentionally preventing conception from occurring.FaithfulnessStaying with your marriage partner and having sex only with them.HomosexualitySexual attraction to the same sex.Nuclear familyMother, father and children living as a unit.Pre-marital sexSex before marriage.ProcreationMaking a new lifePromiscuityHaving sex with a number of partners without commitment.Re-constituted familyWhere two sets of children (step-brothers and sisters) become one family when their divorced parents marry each other.Re-marriageMarrying again after being divorced from a previous marriage.3.3 Marriage and Family Life1. ASSESS YOUR CURRENT LEVELTOPIC AREA 1Marriage and DivorceTOPIC AREA 2Sex and RelationshipsTOPIC AREA 3Family LifeI can explain with reasons, quotes and examples the purposes of marriage in the Roman Catholic Christianity.I can explain with reasons, quotes and examples different Christian attitudes to sex outside marriage and the reasons for them.I can explain with reasons, quotes and examples the teachings on family life and its importance of the Roman Catholic Church.I can explain how the purposes of marriage are shown in the wedding ceremony.I can explain with reasons, quotes and examples different Christian attitudes to homosexuality and the reasons for them.I can describe how Roman Catholic parishes help with the upbringing of children.I can explain with reasons, quotes and examples different Christian attitudes to divorce.I can describe different methods of contraception and the reasons for them.I can describe how Roman Catholic parishes help to keep the family together.I can explain with reasons, quotes and examples different Christian attitudes to contraception and the reasons for them.I can explain how attitudes to marriage, divorce, family life and homosexuality in the UK have changed and the reasons for this.I can explain how issues from this topic have been presented in the media, including whether the treatment was fair to religious beliefs and religious people2. TARGET YOUR WEAKNESSESChoose the topic area that you are currently the least confident in, use it as your focus for a concentrated section of revision. Later on you will be completing a practise question about this area without your notes.Strategies you can use to help you reviseCreate a detailed key-point toolComplete the practise questions from the textbookMake key bullet-points for each of the key sections from the topic guide.Work with a partner to create a revision test.Map out how many links and connections you can make from the areas of this topic to things you know already/other areas of the GCSE RE course.Find 3 quotes from the Bible you can use to include and deepen your explanations.Resources to help you reviseYour workbookThe textbookRevision resources supplied by your teacherChecking things through with your teacherChecking with a partner.3. ASSESS YOUR PROGRESSTOPIC AREA 1TOPIC AREA 2TOPIC AREA 3AWhat is procreation?What is faithfulness?What is cohabitation?BDo you think changes in society’s attitude to marriage is a good thing?Do you think the media presents a fair picture of Christian attitudes towards sex outside of marriage?Do you think that couples should get married before starting a family?CExplain how the purposes of marriage are shown in the wedding ceremony.Explain different Christian attitudes to homosexuality.Explain the importance of the family for Roman Catholics.D“Roman Catholic Christians should avoid divorce if possible.”“Christians should not use contraception.”“Catholic Parents have a responsibility to bring their child up as a Catholic.”4. MARK YOUR WORK (in a different colour pen)5. REVIEW AND NEXT STEPSMarkGradeOn target?What next steps do you need to take to consolidate your knowledge/target any gaps?A QUESTIONB QUESTIONC QUESTIOND QUESTION2 Marks – Fully accurate definition.1 Mark – Partially accurate definition.0 Mark – Completely inaccurate4 Marks –Opinion backed up with two detailed reasons.3 Marks – Opinion backed up with one detailed reason and one brief reason.2 Marks – Opinion backed up with one detailed reason or two brief reasons.1 Mark – Opinion backed up with one brief reason.8 Marks – Full understanding demonstrated with accurate, different reasons (4 brief or 2 developed).6 Marks – Good understanding demonstrated with accurate, different reasons (3 brief or 1 developed and 1 brief)4 Marks – Fair understanding demonstrated with accurate, different reasons (1 developed or 2 brief).2 Marks – Partial understanding demonstrated with one brief, accurate reason.Each section is marked out of 3.3 – 3 brief reasons, 2 detailed or 1 comprehensive.2 – 2 brief reasons or 1 detailed.1 – 1 brief reason.To achieve more than 3 across the two sections you must have referred to a religious point of view.