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1 To use picture clues, biblical passages and media clips to understand Christian teachings on moral duties and responsibilities.

2 Grade C All will be able to list Christian teachings relating to moral duties and responsibilities and describe the meaning of the ‘Golden Rule’. Grade B Most will be able to explain the meaning of Christian teachings related to moral duties and responsibilities. Grade A/A* Some will be able to express an opinion on Christian moral duties and responsibilities. Grade C All will be able to list Christian teachings relating to moral duties and responsibilities and describe the meaning of the ‘Golden Rule’. Grade B Most will be able to explain the meaning of Christian teachings related to moral duties and responsibilities. Grade A/A* Some will be able to express an opinion on Christian moral duties and responsibilities.

3 PAY IT FORWARD = an obligation to do three good deeds for others in response to a good deed that one receives. Such good deeds should accomplish things that the other person cannot accomplish on their own. In this way, the practice of helping one another can spread geometrically through society, at a ratio of three to one, creating a social movement with an impact of making the world a better place. Could this idea work in reality? What, if any, are the issues with this idea of ‘paying it forward’? Would this make the world a better place? What Christian teachings does this idea link to and why?

4 There are many Christian teachings that show what is morally right. They show that it is a Christians DUTY to care for others and that people should especially help those in need. Use the following picture clues to list as many of these teachings as you can. These would be POINTS or EXAMPLES in the exam

5 These would for POINTS or EXAMPLES in the exam

6 Grade C All will be able to list Christian teachings relating to moral duties and responsibilities. Grade C All will be able to list Christian teachings relating to moral duties and responsibilities.

7 POINT: Christians believe they have a moral duty to help others because of the ‘Golden Rule’, this means… to treat people how you would like to be treated, ‘do to others as you would have them do to you’. EXAMPLE: To put this into practice Christians should… look at policies and see how they will affect other people and see if they would be happy being treated that way e.g. a party wants to cut benefits for the disabled. If someone was lonely, or excluded in some kind of way (including groups within society) they will welcome them; the Church should welcome all members within a society. Christians will give to charity and help those who go hungry or are homeless as they would hope to be helped in the same situation. Copy and complete the following onto page 61 Q2 POINT: Christians believe they have a moral duty to help others because of the ‘Golden Rule’, this means… EXAMPLE: To put this into practice Christians should… We will come back to the other PE’s later in the lesson.

8 What is the moral of this parable? Christians will be judged on their actions In helping others they are serving Jesus There is a reward for helping others There is a punishment for not helping others. How can this be linked to Christian moral duties and responsibilities? They must show care for those in need; the hungry, thirsty, lonely, naked, sick and prisoners. What is the moral of this parable? Christians will be judged on their actions In helping others they are serving Jesus There is a reward for helping others There is a punishment for not helping others. How can this be linked to Christian moral duties and responsibilities? They must show care for those in need; the hungry, thirsty, lonely, naked, sick and prisoners. When Jesus was with the crowd, He told them a parable about the sheep and goats. Jesus said, “In the end times, God will sit on His throne with all His glory and judge the people. Everyone will stand before God, and He will judge them one by one. God will separate the sheep to His right side and the goats to His left side. Then Son of Man will says to those on His right side, 'Come, you who are being blessed. You give me water to drink when I am thirsty. You give me food to eat when I am hungry. When I was ill, you care for me by paying me a visit. When I have no clothes to wear, you give me a clothes to put on. When I was locked up in the prison cell, you visited me.' The righteous will say to Him,’ When did we give you food when you are hungry? When were you ill that we pay you a visit? When did you have no clothes to wear that we give you a clothes to wear? When did we pay you a visit when you are in the prison?’ The son of Man answered,’ Whenever you care for one of my followers, you are doing it for Me.’ Then He will say to those on His left side, 'Go away from Me! When I was hungry, you didn’t give me any food to eat. When I was thirsty, you didn’t give me any water to drink. When I am naked and have no clothes to wear, you didn’t give me clothes to put on. When I was at the prison, you didn’t pay me a visit. When I fell sick, you didn’t pay me a visit.' The righteous ones received eternal life but those who are sinners and did not help Me at all will go to hell. Therefore, anything that you do for one of my followers, you are doing it for me.” When Jesus was with the crowd, He told them a parable about the sheep and goats. Jesus said, “In the end times, God will sit on His throne with all His glory and judge the people. Everyone will stand before God, and He will judge them one by one. God will separate the sheep to His right side and the goats to His left side. Then Son of Man will says to those on His right side, 'Come, you who are being blessed. You give me water to drink when I am thirsty. You give me food to eat when I am hungry. When I was ill, you care for me by paying me a visit. When I have no clothes to wear, you give me a clothes to put on. When I was locked up in the prison cell, you visited me.' The righteous will say to Him,’ When did we give you food when you are hungry? When were you ill that we pay you a visit? When did you have no clothes to wear that we give you a clothes to wear? When did we pay you a visit when you are in the prison?’ The son of Man answered,’ Whenever you care for one of my followers, you are doing it for Me.’ Then He will say to those on His left side, 'Go away from Me! When I was hungry, you didn’t give me any food to eat. When I was thirsty, you didn’t give me any water to drink. When I am naked and have no clothes to wear, you didn’t give me clothes to put on. When I was at the prison, you didn’t pay me a visit. When I fell sick, you didn’t pay me a visit.' The righteous ones received eternal life but those who are sinners and did not help Me at all will go to hell. Therefore, anything that you do for one of my followers, you are doing it for me.” 1_lWHGAbg

9 Abel kills his brother Cain. God asks him where Abel is and Cain replies with the quote ‘Am I my brothers keeper?’. God punishes Cain by making him become a homeless wanderer. What is the moral of this parable? This shows God wanted us to look after each other (be ‘my brother’s keeper’) and if you refuse to look after your fellow man you will be punished. How can this be linked to Christian moral duties and responsibilities? It is important to love and respect to everyone, to be compassionate and kind and understanding. It is important to not give in to negative emotions such as hatred and jealousy. What is the moral of this parable? This shows God wanted us to look after each other (be ‘my brother’s keeper’) and if you refuse to look after your fellow man you will be punished. How can this be linked to Christian moral duties and responsibilities? It is important to love and respect to everyone, to be compassionate and kind and understanding. It is important to not give in to negative emotions such as hatred and jealousy.

10 11 For this is the message you heard from the beginning: We should love one another. 12 Do not be like Cain, who belonged to the evil one and murdered his brother. And why did he murder him? Because his own actions were evil and his brother’s were righteous. 13 Do not be surprised, my brothers and sisters, if the world hates you. 14 We know that we have passed from death to life, because we love each other. Anyone who does not love remains in death. 15 Anyone who hates a brother or sister is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life residing in him. What is the meaning of this passage? actively St Paul used the example of Cain and Abel to warn Christians that they have moral duty to actively care for others. How can this be linked to Christian moral duties and responsibilities? Christians should not stand by and do nothing while others suffer. They should get involved in helping those in need through charity work, fund raising, raising awareness, volunteering etc. What is the meaning of this passage? actively St Paul used the example of Cain and Abel to warn Christians that they have moral duty to actively care for others. How can this be linked to Christian moral duties and responsibilities? Christians should not stand by and do nothing while others suffer. They should get involved in helping those in need through charity work, fund raising, raising awareness, volunteering etc.

11 Use your notes to complete Page 61 question 2. You need another PEPEPE… REMEMBER: For 8 marks you MUST include a quote. When you finish swap and peer mark… 1.Name (of marker) and date 2.Read and mark on P’s E’s KW’s Q’s 3.Give a mark out of 8 4.Give a target

12 Grade B Most will be able to explain the meaning of Christian teachings related to moral duties and responsibilities. Grade B Most will be able to explain the meaning of Christian teachings related to moral duties and responsibilities.

13 What do YOU think? Complete Page 61 Question 1 Some things to make you think…

14 Grade A/A* Some will be able to express an opinion on Christian moral duties and responsibilities. Grade A/A* Some will be able to express an opinion on Christian moral duties and responsibilities.

15 Draw a pyramid in the back of your books and spit it into 3... What have you learnt today? What have you been reminded of today? Think of a question you would like answering.


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