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Fill in the ‘REVISION CARD’ for this unit – as we go through work out what are your STRENGTHS (what needs little or no revision?) and what are your WEAKNESSES.

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1 Fill in the ‘REVISION CARD’ for this unit – as we go through work out what are your STRENGTHS (what needs little or no revision?) and what are your WEAKNESSES (what needs more ore thorough revision?)

2 10% of your grade is based on learning some words and their meanings… Do you know them for this unit? Complete the key word match up sheet…

3 Key Words: Check and mark your work… Global Warming: The increase the temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere (thought to be created by the Greenhouse effect). Natural Resources: Naturally occurring materials, such as oil and fertile land which can be used by humans. Creation: The act of creating the universe, or the universe which has been created. Environment: The surroundings on which plants and animals live and on which they depend to continue living. Stewardship: Looking after something on behalf of another so that it can be passed back or on to the next generation. Conservation: Protecting and preserving natural resources and the environment. Artificial Insemination: Injecting semen into the uterus (womb) by artificial methods. Embryo: A fertilised egg in the first eight weeks after conception. Infertility: Not being able to have children. In-vitro Fertilisation (IVF): The method of fertilising an egg in a test tube. Surrogacy: An arrangement where a woman bears a child for another woman OR where an egg is donated and fertilised by the husband through IVF and then implanted into the wife’s uterus. Organ Donation: Giving organs to be used in transplant surgery.

4 An Easter egg

5 Actions by individuals – reduce energy, be less wasteful, support environmental groups Actions by government and organisations – putting laws in place Actions by scientists – research more into causes and solutions. ( C) Explain the possible solutions to global warming Give 4 points

6 Create less waste Government action Use alternate energy sources Use alternate manufacturing methods (C) Explain how people can reduce pollution Give 4 points

7 A Renewable resource is… For example… Resources that can be used over and over again because they renew themselves naturally. Renewable resources usually produce little or no pollution. A non-renewable resource is… For example… Resources that can only be used once. Non-Renewable resources disappear once they are used and often cause pollution in their use. Solar, wind, water/wave, fertile land Coal, oil, natural gas, copper, tin, iron Complete the following…

8 (C) Explain WHY Christians believe it is important to care for the environment. All Christian believe that when they die they will be judged by God for their actions – Christians believes this includes how they look after the earth. The Bible shows that people who pollute the earth make God angry. Pollution is a SIN as it goes against God! Jesus teachings on loving and helping each other mean we should share the worlds resources and not harm the earth as it may cause harm to humans. Christians believe the world is a gift from God so they should respect and look after what they have been given. Christians believe that it is important to look after the earth and its resources for future generations. BONUS 2 MARKS – can you give a QUOTE that could link in here?

9 (C) Choose one religion other than Christianity and explain WHY its followers believe it is important to care for the environment. FILL IN THE BLANKS…

10 Name that fertility treatment… IVF In-vitro fertilisation (In-vitro fertilisation) when the egg from the woman is fertilised outside the womb using either the husband’s or a donor’s sperm and then replaced in the womb Embryo Donation Embryo Donation: When both egg and sperm from donors are fertilised using IVF and the inserted into the woman’s womb. Egg Donation Egg Donation: When an egg is donated by another woman, fertilised using IVF by the husband’s sperm and then placed in the wife’s womb. AID Artificial Insemination by Donor AID (Artificial Insemination by Donor): When sperm from a donor, other than the husband, is inserted into the woman by mechanically means. AIH Artificial Insemination by Husband AIH (Artificial Insemination by Husband): When sperm from the husband is inserted into his wife by mechanically means. Surrogacy Surrogacy: When the egg and sperm of a couple are fertilised by IVF then placed in another woman’s womb. Or, the sperm of a husband is artificially inseminated into another woman to have the baby for them. The baby is handed over at birth.

11 Why are fertility treatments important? Use the clues to get FOUR reasons… 1.1 in 7 (12-14%) million men 3.12% of all births 4.Human nature Importance of Infertility Treatment Infertility is an increasing issue in the UK with around 12-14% (1 in 7) of couples unable to conceive. Infertility is an increasing issue in the UK with around 12-14% (1 in 7) of couples unable to conceive. Male infertility is a particular problem with around 1.5 million men in the UK experiencing fertility problems. Male infertility is a particular problem with around 1.5 million men in the UK experiencing fertility problems. in 2007, 12% of all births in the UK were as a result of fertility treatment - this shows how important it is to many thousands of couples. in 2007, 12% of all births in the UK were as a result of fertility treatment - this shows how important it is to many thousands of couples. It is part of human nature to want to have a child, it is how humanity continues. Many people suffer from depression and other mental health issues due to infertility. It is part of human nature to want to have a child, it is how humanity continues. Many people suffer from depression and other mental health issues due to infertility. Importance of Infertility Treatment Infertility is an increasing issue in the UK with around 12-14% (1 in 7) of couples unable to conceive. Infertility is an increasing issue in the UK with around 12-14% (1 in 7) of couples unable to conceive. Male infertility is a particular problem with around 1.5 million men in the UK experiencing fertility problems. Male infertility is a particular problem with around 1.5 million men in the UK experiencing fertility problems. in 2007, 12% of all births in the UK were as a result of fertility treatment - this shows how important it is to many thousands of couples. in 2007, 12% of all births in the UK were as a result of fertility treatment - this shows how important it is to many thousands of couples. It is part of human nature to want to have a child, it is how humanity continues. Many people suffer from depression and other mental health issues due to infertility. It is part of human nature to want to have a child, it is how humanity continues. Many people suffer from depression and other mental health issues due to infertility.

12 Fill in the blanks of the following using your mini whiteboards… ___________bans all fertility treatment involving medical technology.  God has given a __________way for a husband and wife to conceive and it is for __________to decide if a couple should have a child or not.  IVF involves fertilising several eggs, some of which are __________or used for experimentation, this is like__________.  God intended __________ through_____________, fertility treatment bypasses this. It also involves masturbation which is classed as a _________in Catholicism  Anything that disassociates the husband and wife in creating a child, or introduces another person into the process, is ______________ Most _____________________ ___ allow IVF & AIH.  God has given humanity the ___________to provide infertile married couples with a child and create a family. This is one of the purposes of marriage.  The egg and sperm are both from the husband and wife so the baby will be the _______________child of the parents.  The concept of ____________ _____ or double effect allows for some embryos (up to 14 days old) to be destroyed if the motive is to bring new life from embryos.  Although other methods are not banned, they could lead to __________ issues in the child or _____________ issues for parents which do not help family life. Catholics natural God alone destroyed abortion procreation intercourse sin All Christians would encourage childless couples to adopt. BONUS 2 marks if you can say WHY. ‘gravely immoral’ Other Christian Churches technology biological lesser of 2 evils identity legal

13 There are THREE main Muslim attitudes to infertility treatments... SOME MUSLIMS... If a couple are infertile they MUST NOT have infertility treatments. SOME MUSLIMS... If a couple are infertile they MUST NOT have infertility treatments. MOST MUSLIMS.. IVF treatment is acceptable as long as the egg and donor are from the married couple. MOST MUSLIMS.. IVF treatment is acceptable as long as the egg and donor are from the married couple. SOME MUSLIMS... IVF with donors is allowed but the child does not have full legal rights. SOME MUSLIMS... IVF with donors is allowed but the child does not have full legal rights.. Decide whether the following statements are 1, 2 or 3 using your mini whiteboards.

14 Infertility is a disease so it is OK to find a cure. If it is the will of Allah for the couple not to have children they should accept that. Having children helps to keep the couple and family together. Allah expects His creation to reproduce and start a family. The social status and self-esteem of a woman are related to her ability to have children. Allah has given humans the ability to create life in this way. Children have the right to know their natural parents. Infertility is part of a test from Allah. Marriage is a contract between the wife and husband. There should be no third person involved. The use of sperm or eggs from another person is regarded as ADULTERY Shari’ah Law allows the extra embryos to be destroyed as they are not alive yet. Egg and sperm donation is allowed but the child produced cannot inherit from their biological parents. Donors must not be related to the parents wanting a child. SOME MUSLIMS... If a couple are infertile they MUST NOT have infertility treatments. SOME MUSLIMS... If a couple are infertile they MUST NOT have infertility treatments. MOST MUSLIMS.. IVF treatment is acceptable as long as the egg and donor are from the married couple. MOST MUSLIMS.. IVF treatment is acceptable as long as the egg and donor are from the married couple. SOME MUSLIMS... IVF with donors is allowed but the child does not have full legal rights. SOME MUSLIMS... IVF with donors is allowed but the child does not have full legal rights.

15 What organs can be donated? In 2007, 7234 people were on the waiting list for vital organ donations. However, in 2006 only 3000 transplants took place. In a survey, 90% of the public were in favour of transplant surgery yet less than 50% have registered. One third of families refuse to give permission for organs of deceased relatives to be used, even though the person has already signed the organ donation register.

16 Most Christians are supportive of transplant surgery because… Christians who believe in the immortality of the soul believe the body is not needed after death and so organs can be used to help the living. Jesus’ teaching of ‘Love your neighbour as yourself’ and the Golden Rule are both in keeping with the ideals of transplant surgery However, they would be against selling organs as this can lead to the exploitation of the poor (e.g. A father selling a kidney to feed his family). However, some Christians accept live transplants but not those from deceased donors because… They would see the vital organs, particularly the heart, as part of God’s creation of the individual person and so should not be used. Humans do not have the right to act like God and using the organs of a dead person to give life to another is usurping the role of God for yourself. Using organs from living people does not affect the belief in the sanctity of life and so can be used to fulfil the teachings of Jesus in the Bible. However, they would be against selling organs as this can lead to medical assistance only available for the rich and not for the poor. Use the picture clues to come up with the POINTS to finish both of these sentences.

17 Use the picture clues to come up with the POINTS IT GOES AGAINST TEACHINGS IN THE QUR’AN The body, including its organs, is holy and should not be interfered with. Organ donation delays burial. IT GOES AGAINST TEACHINGS IN THE QUR’AN The body, including its organs, is holy and should not be interfered with. Organ donation delays burial. Giving away body parts is not allowed as the body is a GIFT from Allah. Transplant surgery may go against Allah’s plan. Only Allah can give life and take life away. The Qur’an promotes the saving of a life and hold its in great esteem. Muslims should try to help EVERYONE. Allah will reward Muslims who save people from death. It prevents suffering – the necessity makes the unlawful lawful.

18 “And God blessed them saying to the man and the woman; ‘be fruitful and increase in number.’” Genesis 1:28 God said ‘let us make man in our own image to have dominion over all living things … and God told man to rule over all the earth.’ (Genesis 1:26-30) Behold thy Lord said to the angels, ‘I will create a vice-gerent on earth.’ And he taught Adam the nature of all things.’’ Surah 2:30 Where could you stick these? Polite answers please… “This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.” John 15:12-13 “It is He, who has created for you all things that are on earth.” (Surah 2.29).

19 (b) Do you think you can help to stop global warming? (d) “Religious people should not drive cars.” In your answer you should refer to at least one religion. (b) Do you think humans are the stewards of the planet? (d) “People must use scarce natural resources for the world to improve.” In your answer you should refer to at least one religion. (c) Explain how humans cause pollution. (d) “Infertility treatment should be available to everybody.” In your answer you should refer to at least one religion. Try some of the following tricky questions…


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