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Lesson Objective To investigate Islamic rules.
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A Mosque in Cardiff needs you to produce a snazzy booklet on the five pillars of Islam. They are going to hand them out to people in the local area. Remember to include the meaning of the pillar, some facts about how they obey the law and some information on why it is a law. Use 1 page for each pillar.Use 1 page for each pillar.
Discuss which rule is the hardest to follow and why?
Subject: RE Area of Study: Rules Lesson: 2 Year Group: Year 5 Learning Objective To investigate Islamic rules. To understand the meaning and significance of Islamic rules. Lesson Introduction Slide 1-cover slide Slide 2-Talk about the lesson objective. Slides 3-Recall the names of the five pillars of Islam Slide 4- Children recall what each pillar means and write definition next to the correct pillar. Slide 5-Discuss the task (remind children about how to present a booklet) Lesson Activities Children produce their booklets on Islamic laws. (this could be produced on the computer) Plenary Slide 6 discuss which of the Islamic rules is the hardest to follow and why?