Structure of AS Religious Studies

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I'm in year 11 and applying for a-levels. My school is linked to other schools in the area to provide more courses, blah blah, At my school as RS description says they look at ethics and Judaism and at another one, they look at religion in contemporary society. I'd like to do philosophy of religion and Buddhism and islam, I find the specification very interesting. Can you only do what the teacher teaches? Does it mean I can't do philosophy of religion?
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.

I'm going to quote in Puddles the Monkey now so she can move your thread to the right place if it's needed. :yy:

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(Original post by e.clarkey)
I'm in year 11 and applying for a-levels. My school is linked to other schools in the area to provide more courses, blah blah, At my school as RS description says they look at ethics and Judaism and at another one, they look at religion in contemporary society. I'd like to do philosophy of religion and Buddhism and islam, I find the specification very interesting. Can you only do what the teacher teaches? Does it mean I can't do philosophy of religion?
I study religion in contemporary society along with Buddhism at AS, I think my teacher had the option to teach us about Buddhism or Hinduism. We learn about people's philosophies in contemporary society like Freud and Jung's, so in my opinion if you want to study Philosophy in the future this course is still useful.
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