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    Anyone got this 2moro? I've just crammed all the revision in 2day. Does anybody kno last year's grade boundaries by any chance?
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    Ahh I've got this tomorrow! What topics is it that we need to know? My revision guide has stuff like Pentecost etc., but I don't think that's on our paper!
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    Hi,
    I'm surprised that your doing your RS exam so late; at my school there are only Business Studies and Texttiles Technology candidates that have any examinations left. I did my Religious Studies paperb on May 27th and Paper 2 on June 14th, so I am feeling a little out of practise with this subject. However, I've been doing some detective work from the following hyperlink:
    http://www.ocr.org.uk/OCR/WebSite/Da...nS74foWvyW.pdf

    and came across the following:

    Section A Luke
    Background
    Candidates should be aware of the influence of the particular emphasis and interpretation which
    Luke brings to his writings.
    Questions may be based on any of the themes or combination of the themes set out below.
    The following themes, as presented and interpreted in Luke’s writings, and their modern-day
    implications, should be explored:
    The Nature of God
    Candidates should have an understanding of the triune God of Christianity. They are required to
    study the life and teachings of Jesus from Luke’s writings. They should be aware of Jesus’
    teaching about God the Father, and of the work of the Holy Spirit both in the life of Jesus and in
    the Church today.
    Jesus as Messiah
    Birth and birth stories:
    fulfilment of scripture Luke 1:26-38, 2:1-20
    Presentation in the Temple:
    Simeon’s declaration of Messiahship Luke 2:21-35
    Jesus’ baptism Luke 3:21-22
    Peter’s declaration of Messiahship Luke 9:18-27
    Jesus’ life:
    The temptations Luke 4:1-13
    The Transfiguration Luke 9:28-36
    The Passion narrative: Luke 22:39-53, 23:33-47,
    Resurrection stories 24:1-53
    The Ascension Acts 1:9-11
    Candidates should be aware of the way in which the events of the life of Jesus are celebrated by
    the Church today in festivals; and they should understand the significance of events such as the
    baptism, Transfiguration and the Passion and Resurrection for Christian belief, and the
    centrality to that belief of the Messiahship of Jesus as expressed in Luke 2 and 9.
    The Holy Spirit
    The events of Pentecost Acts 2:1-15, 37-41
    Candidates should have some understanding of the significance of the Holy Spirit, both at the
    time of the early church and also today.
    The Nature of Christian Discipleship
    The duties of the Christian as expressed in:
    Jesus’ teachings
    The Parable of the Sower Luke 8:1-15
    The Parable of the Good Samaritan Luke 10:25-37
    Jesus’ teaching on Prayer Luke 11:1-13
    The Cost of Being a Disciple Luke 14:25-33
    The Parable of the Lost Sheep Luke 15:1-7
    The Parable of the Lost Son Luke 15:11-32
    Candidates should be aware of the significance of these teachings for the development of
    Christianity and for the beliefs of the Christian today.
    Christian Life
    Outcasts Luke 5:12-16; 19:1-10
    Christian teaching on good and evil Luke 6:20-49
    Women Luke 8:42b-48
    Self-sacrifice and service Luke 9:10-17, 57-62
    Wealth Luke 12:13-21
    Suffering Luke 16:19-31
    Candidates should understand the way in which these sections of Luke have influenced the
    development of the Christian Church and the importance which they bear in the life of the
    present-day Christian

    © OCR 2000 Section C: Specification Content 21
    Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations Religious Studies (WR) (Full Course)
    Section B Mark
    Background
    Candidates should be aware of the influence of the particular emphasis and interpretation which
    Mark brings to his writings.
    Questions may be based on any of the themes or combination of the themes set out below.
    The following themes, as presented and interpreted in Mark’s Gospel, and their modern-day
    implications, should be explored:
    The Nature of God
    Candidates should have an understanding of the triune God of Christianity. They are required to
    study the life and teachings of Jesus from Mark’s Gospel. They should be aware of Jesus’
    teaching about God the Father, and of the work of the Holy Spirit both in the life of Jesus and in
    the Church today.
    Jesus as Messiah
    John the Baptist Mark 1:1-8
    Jesus’ baptism Mark 1:9-11
    Jesus’ life:
    The temptations Mark 1:12-13
    The Transfiguration Mark 9:2-8
    Entry into Jerusalem Mark 11:1-11
    The Passion narrative: Mark 14:26-52, 15:1-41,
    Resurrection stories 16:1-18
    The Ascension Mark 16:19-20
    Candidates should be aware of the way in which the events of the life of Jesus are celebrated by
    the Church today in festivals and they should understand the significance of events such as the
    baptism, Transfiguration and the Passion and Resurrection for Christian belief and the centrality
    to that belief of the Messiahship of Jesus as expressed in Mark 8:27-33.
    Jesus as Son of Man
    Mark 8:31-33; 10:35-45
    Jesus and the disciples
    The calling of the first disciples Mark 1:16-20
    The appointing of the twelve apostles Mark 3:13-19
    Jesus sends out the twelve Mark 6:7-13
    Jesus the Miracle Worker
    Jesus drives out an Evil Spirit Mark 1:21-34
    Jesus heals a Paralytic Mark 2:1-12
    Calming the Storm Mark 4:35-41
    A Dead Girl and a Sick Woman Mark 5:21-43
    Feeding the Five Thousand Mark 6:30-44
    Jesus walks on the water Mark 6:45-52
    The Faith of a Syro-Phoenician Woman Mark 7:24-30
    The healing of a boy with an evil spirit Mark 9:14-29
    Candidates should demonstrate understanding of the importance of the miracles of Jesus for
    Christians today.
    The Holy Spirit
    Mark 1:7-11; 12:35-37
    Candidates should have some understanding of the significance of the Holy Spirit for Christians
    today.
    The Eucharist
    Institution at the Last Supper
    and centrality to Christian worship Mark 14:12-25
    Candidates should be aware of the religious significance of the Eucharist and of its centrality to
    the worship of the church.
    Jesus’ Teachings
    Healing on the Sabbath Mark 2:23-28; 3:1-6
    Jesus and Beelzebub Mark 3:22-27
    The Cost of Being a Disciple Mark 8:34-38; 10:28-31
    The Greatest Commandment Mark 12:28-34
    The widow’s offering Mark 12:41-44
    The Kingdom of God
    The coming of the Kingdom of God Mark 1:14-18
    The Parable of the Sower Mark 4:1-20
    The Lamp on a Stand Mark 4:21-22
    The Parable of the Growing Seed Mark 4:26-29
    The Parables of the Mustard Seed Mark 4:30-32
    The little children and Jesus Mark 10:13-16
    The Rich Young Man Mark 10:17-31
    Candidates should be aware of the significance of these teachings for the development of Christianity and for the beliefs of the Christian today.




    I'm not sure whether you're doing Mark, Luke or both as I did a course with a different exam board and a different cintent,, but I am hoping to take AS Level RS in the VI Form next year, so if you need additional clarification on any of these points for the ecam tommorow, then post back and I will do my best to help.

    Best of Luck! Hope you achieve the grade you're hoping for!
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    Hi,
    I'm surprised that your doing your RS exam so late; at my school there are only Business Studies and Texttiles Technology candidates that have any examinations left. I did my Religious Studies paperb on May 27th and Paper 2 on June 14th, so I am feeling a little out of practise with this subject. However, I've been doing some detective work from the following hyperlink:
    http://www.ocr.org.uk/OCR/WebSite/Da...nS74foWvyW.pdf

    and came across the following:

    Section A Luke
    Background
    Candidates should be aware of the influence of the particular emphasis and interpretation which
    Luke brings to his writings.
    Questions may be based on any of the themes or combination of the themes set out below.
    The following themes, as presented and interpreted in Luke’s writings, and their modern-day
    implications, should be explored:
    The Nature of God
    Candidates should have an understanding of the triune God of Christianity. They are required to
    study the life and teachings of Jesus from Luke’s writings. They should be aware of Jesus’
    teaching about God the Father, and of the work of the Holy Spirit both in the life of Jesus and in
    the Church today.
    Jesus as Messiah
    Birth and birth stories:
    fulfilment of scripture Luke 1:26-38, 2:1-20
    Presentation in the Temple:
    Simeon’s declaration of Messiahship Luke 2:21-35
    Jesus’ baptism Luke 3:21-22
    Peter’s declaration of Messiahship Luke 9:18-27
    Jesus’ life:
    The temptations Luke 4:1-13
    The Transfiguration Luke 9:28-36
    The Passion narrative: Luke 22:39-53, 23:33-47,
    Resurrection stories 24:1-53
    The Ascension Acts 1:9-11
    Candidates should be aware of the way in which the events of the life of Jesus are celebrated by
    the Church today in festivals; and they should understand the significance of events such as the
    baptism, Transfiguration and the Passion and Resurrection for Christian belief, and the
    centrality to that belief of the Messiahship of Jesus as expressed in Luke 2 and 9.
    The Holy Spirit
    The events of Pentecost Acts 2:1-15, 37-41
    Candidates should have some understanding of the significance of the Holy Spirit, both at the
    time of the early church and also today.
    The Nature of Christian Discipleship
    The duties of the Christian as expressed in:
    Jesus’ teachings
    The Parable of the Sower Luke 8:1-15
    The Parable of the Good Samaritan Luke 10:25-37
    Jesus’ teaching on Prayer Luke 11:1-13
    The Cost of Being a Disciple Luke 14:25-33
    The Parable of the Lost Sheep Luke 15:1-7
    The Parable of the Lost Son Luke 15:11-32
    Candidates should be aware of the significance of these teachings for the development of
    Christianity and for the beliefs of the Christian today.
    Christian Life
    Outcasts Luke 5:12-16; 19:1-10
    Christian teaching on good and evil Luke 6:20-49
    Women Luke 8:42b-48
    Self-sacrifice and service Luke 9:10-17, 57-62
    Wealth Luke 12:13-21
    Suffering Luke 16:19-31
    Candidates should understand the way in which these sections of Luke have influenced the
    development of the Christian Church and the importance which they bear in the life of the
    present-day Christian

    © OCR 2000 Section C: Specification Content 21
    Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations Religious Studies (WR) (Full Course)
    Section B Mark
    Background
    Candidates should be aware of the influence of the particular emphasis and interpretation which
    Mark brings to his writings.
    Questions may be based on any of the themes or combination of the themes set out below.
    The following themes, as presented and interpreted in Mark’s Gospel, and their modern-day
    implications, should be explored:
    The Nature of God
    Candidates should have an understanding of the triune God of Christianity. They are required to
    study the life and teachings of Jesus from Mark’s Gospel. They should be aware of Jesus’
    teaching about God the Father, and of the work of the Holy Spirit both in the life of Jesus and in
    the Church today.
    Jesus as Messiah
    John the Baptist Mark 1:1-8
    Jesus’ baptism Mark 1:9-11
    Jesus’ life:
    The temptations Mark 1:12-13
    The Transfiguration Mark 9:2-8
    Entry into Jerusalem Mark 11:1-11
    The Passion narrative: Mark 14:26-52, 15:1-41,
    Resurrection stories 16:1-18
    The Ascension Mark 16:19-20
    Candidates should be aware of the way in which the events of the life of Jesus are celebrated by
    the Church today in festivals and they should understand the significance of events such as the
    baptism, Transfiguration and the Passion and Resurrection for Christian belief and the centrality
    to that belief of the Messiahship of Jesus as expressed in Mark 8:27-33.
    Jesus as Son of Man
    Mark 8:31-33; 10:35-45
    Jesus and the disciples
    The calling of the first disciples Mark 1:16-20
    The appointing of the twelve apostles Mark 3:13-19
    Jesus sends out the twelve Mark 6:7-13
    Jesus the Miracle Worker
    Jesus drives out an Evil Spirit Mark 1:21-34
    Jesus heals a Paralytic Mark 2:1-12
    Calming the Storm Mark 4:35-41
    A Dead Girl and a Sick Woman Mark 5:21-43
    Feeding the Five Thousand Mark 6:30-44
    Jesus walks on the water Mark 6:45-52
    The Faith of a Syro-Phoenician Woman Mark 7:24-30
    The healing of a boy with an evil spirit Mark 9:14-29
    Candidates should demonstrate understanding of the importance of the miracles of Jesus for
    Christians today.
    The Holy Spirit
    Mark 1:7-11; 12:35-37
    Candidates should have some understanding of the significance of the Holy Spirit for Christians
    today.
    The Eucharist
    Institution at the Last Supper
    and centrality to Christian worship Mark 14:12-25
    Candidates should be aware of the religious significance of the Eucharist and of its centrality to
    the worship of the church.
    Jesus’ Teachings
    Healing on the Sabbath Mark 2:23-28; 3:1-6
    Jesus and Beelzebub Mark 3:22-27
    The Cost of Being a Disciple Mark 8:34-38; 10:28-31
    The Greatest Commandment Mark 12:28-34
    The widow’s offering Mark 12:41-44
    The Kingdom of God
    The coming of the Kingdom of God Mark 1:14-18
    The Parable of the Sower Mark 4:1-20
    The Lamp on a Stand Mark 4:21-22
    The Parable of the Growing Seed Mark 4:26-29
    The Parables of the Mustard Seed Mark 4:30-32
    The little children and Jesus Mark 10:13-16
    The Rich Young Man Mark 10:17-31
    Candidates should be aware of the significance of these teachings for the development of Christianity and for the beliefs of the Christian today.




    I'm not sure whether you're doing Mark, Luke or both as I did a course with a different exam board and a different cintent,, but I am hoping to take AS Level RS in the VI Form next year, so if you need additional clarification on any of these points for the ecam tommorow, then post back and I will do my best to help.

    Best of Luck! Hope you achieve the grade you're hoping for!
    Cool! I'm doing Luke so thanks a lot!
 
 
 
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