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Religions, Beliefs and Viewpoints Plenary: Evaluation of Event and Discussion of Findings
Lesson Aim: Identify skills you have obtained from this unit. Assess how far your own views about religion, beliefs and viewpoints have been supported and/or challenged Evaluate the fair and the unit as a whole.
Task 1: Organise your folder of work/ evidence Complete your ‘Pupil Reflection Feedback Sheet’
Task 2: Evaluating the Fair In your groups you have been given feedback sheets collected at the Fair. Analyse the sheets to provide a summary of answers to the following questions: Before this event, which religions, beliefs or viewpoints had the visitors to your fair heard of and which new religions, beliefs or viewpoints did your visitors learn about? From the list above, which ones were you aware of in the local area, and how did you know they were present in your local area? After today’s fair, which religions, beliefs and viewpoints have you discovered are present in your local area? What do your visitors feel have been the major benefits for them from attending this fair? What questions about religion, beliefs and viewpoints in your local area would your visitors still like more information about, or to consider further?
Discuss: “Do you think the census results of 2011 are an accurate reflection of the religions, beliefs and viewpoints that are represented in our area?”
Task 4 How has your own thinking about religion, beliefs and viewpoints been supported or challenged by your planning and organising this fair? Discuss and record your responses. You could do this in your own reflection journal or on a graffiti wall in your classroom. What have you learned about religion, beliefs and viewpoints during your research, planning and running of this fair? Have you learned anything about yourself during this activity? Has it changed the way you think, or your level of awareness of religion, beliefs and viewpoints in your local area? has it helped you to understand others better? Has it helped you to think more clearly about your own religion, beliefs or viewpoints?