higher-rmps-questions-generic.jpegDownload higher-rmps-questions-generic-wmDownload I have created the above guide to help Higher RMPS pupils think about the structure that they should use when answering Higher RMPS questions. This is something that is helpful for practicing your essay structures and timings. Save you from 'waffling' on about a point. If you need a reminder of what the … Continue reading Higher RMPS – Essay Structure and Exam Advice 2023
Higher Buddhism Revision Notes
You may have seen the Higher/ National 5 RMPS Justice Revision Notes where I simplified the Course Spec for Higher Justice into 3 A3 Pages. I have done a similar task for Higher Buddhism - these notes are meant as a revision aid to help you draw links between different elements of Buddhism. I have included … Continue reading Higher Buddhism Revision Notes
Higher/ National 5 RMPS Justice Revision Notes
I have created these revision notes for Higher and National 5 RMPS Morality and Justice Unit. Each page corresponds to a different section of the SQA Course Specification. Feel free to use for your own/ your pupils revision. justice-notes-pdfDownload
How to Use Microsoft Teams Guides by @MrFinlayBusEd
Thanks to Mr Finlay for letting me share these fabulous guides to Microsoft Teams. If you are not sure what to do, try have a look and see if these guides answer your question. We are all in this together so let's help each other out! Pupil Guides How to Access Microsoft Teams from Home … Continue reading How to Use Microsoft Teams Guides by @MrFinlayBusEd
Calling all RME/ RMPS/ RERC Teachers and specialists – Come Join the Club!
Hello, We have set up a Microsoft Team for RME Teachers for collaborating, sharing resources and advice. Currently we have over 200 members and this is growing! We wold love for as many teachers as possible to be on it and sharing resources. I know many use my site as a place of resources - … Continue reading Calling all RME/ RMPS/ RERC Teachers and specialists – Come Join the Club!
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Resources to Educate Yourself on the Black Lives Matter Movement
There has been a lot about the #Blacklivesmatter movement over the past few days following the horrible murder of George Floyd. You may have seen lots of black squares on social media for #blackouttuesday. It is great to post this but we need to follow it up further. We need to educate ourselves. I am … Continue reading Resources to Educate Yourself on the Black Lives Matter Movement
What are the Skills we use in RMPS? – Knowledge, Analyse, Evaluate.
We often hear the words, KU, Analyse and Evaluate. But do we know what good Analysis looks like? This guide to RMPS Skills is found in the SQA National 5 Course Specification. It's a handy document to read through for both teachers and pupils. Knowledge and Understanding The level of knowledge expected at National 5 … Continue reading What are the Skills we use in RMPS? – Knowledge, Analyse, Evaluate.
S3 – Home Learning Tasks – Crime and Justice
Hello, this here is a collection of different tasks that pupils can complete. You can complete in any order. Watch and Answer Life inside UK Prisons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrD3TEfpRg4 Watch this documentary and write a summary of your learning Tagged: Fresh Outta Jail https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p06zh9hh/tagged-fresh-out-of-jail-episode-1 Watch all 3 episodes and answer the question – How effective is electronic … Continue reading S3 – Home Learning Tasks – Crime and Justice
S2 Home Learning Task – Should Writing Fake News Be Considered a Crime?
Hello! Here is a series of Big Question tasks that you can work through if you are working at home. 1. Read the Powerpoint should-writing-fake-news-be-considered-a-crimeDownload 2. Watch the video https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/51271837 3. Read this article https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/38906931 Fake News- What is it. 4. Create a Table Create a table of all the arguments for and against whether making the writing … Continue reading S2 Home Learning Task – Should Writing Fake News Be Considered a Crime?