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1 WALT: Explain Islamic attitudes to sex outside of marriage (SOM), promiscuity, adultery and contraception Sex before marriage opinions Success criteria: To achieve a C grade: You need to be able to recognise and explain key words To achieve a B grade: You need to be able to give two different attitudes to SOM and contraception To achieve an A grade: You need to be able to give reasons for Islamic attitudes Religious people believe a child should be brought up in a secure environment with a mum and a dad! Your task is to identify which comments are for and which are against sex before marriage, you then need to decide your own point of view For Against If you indulge in sex before marriage too much the act can become ‘cheapened’! Contraceptives are available today to stop pregnancy so sex before marriage is okay. Not all people want to get married, but does this mean they should remain celibate? You would never buy a pair of shoes without trying them on, so you must have sex before marriage to see if you and your partner are compatible! Sex is a complex issue and if you sleep around, you can never be sure that you or someone else might not get hurt! Sex can express one persons love for another. You do not need to be married to be able to show your love for someone else. All religious people agree that sleeping around is wrong and that sex should be with someone you love and trust!

2 WALT: Explain Islamic attitudes to sex outside of marriage (SOM), promiscuity, adultery and contraception Islamic attitudes to Sex Success criteria: To achieve a C grade: You need to be able to recognise and explain key words To achieve a B grade: You need to be able to give two different attitudes to SOM and contraception To achieve an A grade: You need to be able to give reasons for Islamic attitudes Islam has very strict views on love and sex. These are based on passages from the Qur’an and Hadith (the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad). The rule is simple: Sex outside marriage is totally forbidden in Islam Muslims view sexual intercourse as an act of worship and as gift from Allah As Christians do Muslims believe the purpose of sex is to procreate. Muslims believe by having children they are contributing to Allah’s creation Sex should only happen within a marriage, but polygamy is allowed in Islamic countries

3 WALT: Explain Islamic attitudes to sex outside of marriage (SOM), promiscuity, adultery and contraception Islamic attitudes to Pre-Marital Sex Success criteria: To achieve a C grade: You need to be able to recognise and explain key words To achieve a B grade: You need to be able to give two different attitudes to SOM and contraception To achieve an A grade: You need to be able to give reasons for Islamic attitudes Islam does not allow sex before marriage, and boys and girls are kept apart after they reach puberty. This is because: Sex before marriage is condemned in the Qur’an The Qur’an says that girls and boys should be separated after puberty God gave sex to humans for the purpose of having children. It should only happen between married couples so that children are born into a family.

4 WALT: Explain Islamic attitudes to sex outside of marriage (SOM), promiscuity, adultery and contraception Islamic attitudes to Extra-Marital Sex Success criteria: To achieve a C grade: You need to be able to recognise and explain key words To achieve a B grade: You need to be able to give two different attitudes to SOM and contraception To achieve an A grade: You need to be able to give reasons for Islamic attitudes All sex outside of marriage is forbidden in the Qur’an. All Muslims believe that adultery is wrong because: It is condemned by God in the Qur’an It breaks the marriage contract Islam says that the family is very important, and adultery would damage it Pre-marital and extra-marital sex carry severe penalties in shari’ah law (the law of the Qur’an) This also means that no Muslim is allowed to cohabit because it is seen to be a sin

5 WALT: Explain Islamic attitudes to sex outside of marriage (SOM), promiscuity, adultery and contraception Islamic attitudes to contraception Success criteria: To achieve a C grade: You need to be able to recognise and explain key words To achieve a B grade: You need to be able to give two different attitudes to SOM and contraception To achieve an A grade: You need to be able to give reasons for Islamic attitudes Because sex belongs in marriage, contraception is only for married couples. Islam generally allows contraception if: The mother’s health would be put at risk by becoming pregnant If there is a chance that a child could be born mentally or physically disabled If the family cannot afford to bring up a child

6 WALT: Explain Islamic attitudes to sex outside of marriage (SOM), promiscuity, adultery and contraception Islamic attitudes to contraception Success criteria: To achieve a C grade: You need to be able to recognise and explain key words To achieve a B grade: You need to be able to give two different attitudes to SOM and contraception To achieve an A grade: You need to be able to give reasons for Islamic attitudes Muhammad did not forbid the use of contraception Muslim couples cannot use contraception without the consent of the wife Some Muslims are opposed to contraception, saying Allah has a plan for everyone so it is wrong to interfere to prevent the birth of a child

7 WALT: Explain Islamic attitudes to sex outside of marriage (SOM), promiscuity, adultery and contraception Religious attitudes to contraception Success criteria: To achieve a C grade: You need to be able to recognise and explain key words To achieve a B grade: You need to be able to give two different attitudes to SOM and contraception To achieve an A grade: You need to be able to give reasons for Islamic attitudes Put this title in your book Task – Draw this line and put the labels on in the appropriate places Contraception never allowed Contraception always allowed Protestant Christians Roman Catholics Most Muslims Some Muslims My own view

8 WALT: Explain Islamic attitudes to sex outside of marriage (SOM), promiscuity, adultery and contraception Islamic attitudes to sex Success criteria: To achieve a C grade: You need to be able to recognise and explain key words To achieve a B grade: You need to be able to give two different attitudes to SOM and contraception To achieve an A grade: You need to be able to give reasons for Islamic attitudes Create an advice leaflet for young Muslims(14- 16yrs old) who are confused about their faiths stance on sex Include Muslim teachings on: The purpose of sex Pre-marital sex Extra-marital sex Contraception You must explain the reasons for the Muslim beliefs on these topics

9 WALT: Explain Islamic attitudes to sex outside of marriage (SOM), promiscuity, adultery and contraception Religious attitudes to sex Success criteria: To achieve a C grade: You need to be able to recognise and explain key words To achieve a B grade: You need to be able to give two different attitudes to SOM and contraception To achieve an A grade: You need to be able to give reasons for Islamic attitudes Create a Venn diagram to show the similarities and differences in Christianity’s and Islam’s attitudes to sex Islamic attitudes Christian attitudes Similar attitudes If the religions attitudes are similar for example Sex is a gift from Allah/God put them in the middle


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