Examining Judaism, this work includes a look at how Jews make moral decisions, what Jews believe about life after death, and what Judaism teaches about human relationships. This text - the third in the "Religion in Focus" series - aims to continue the motivating coverage of the GCSE short course syllabus. The Jewish faith community has been actively involved at each stage in the planning, reviewing and editing of this book.
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INTRODUCTION What is the value of Religious Education? The aims of Religion in Focus: Judaism in Today's World Structure of the Student's Book How does Judaism in Today's World cover the content of GCSE specifications? Planning your course Useful addresses TEACHER'S NOTES AND WORKSHEETS Unit 1: A Jewish world view Unit 2: Issues of life and death Unit 3: Relationships Unit 4: Global issues Unit 5: Thinking about God
The authors of the Student's Book served on SCAA's advisory panel which vetted and approved the new criteria and syllabuses for RE GCSE short courses. Series consultants Roger Owen, formerly chief examiner with AQA; Janet Dyson, Inspector for RE, Essex. Faith community consultants from different Jewish traditions have been involved at each stage of the development of this book.