An open ended task:
An open-ended learning task towards the end of this unit enables us to assess engagement with, and reflective responses to, the material studied.
Design a new community centre for a local area in which people from two or more different religious groups could worship at different times, as well as using the building for other community activities. This requires careful understanding of worship and community, and can show how much pupils have understood. Can one building work for both Hindus and Christians or Muslims and Buddhists or Jews and Sikhs?
Many UK airports, hospitals, prisons and other public facilities have multi-faith prayer rooms. Design a new multi faith prayer room for a local public space e.g. East Midlands airport, Meadowhall Shopping Centre.
Make a poster/web page/leaflet for display on the theme ‘Respect for Each Other’. This gives you the chance to articulate attitudes of respect.
To extend this work, ask pupils to think about whether and in what ways the population of the UK today makes the country a better place to live in than if it were just one race, just one religion that lived here. What could we learn from a harmonious multi-religious UK?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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