Religious studies b unit 2 aqa Watch
"everything that lives and moves will be good for you" animal rights
"Humans will have power over the fish the birds and the animals" animal rights
"there is no difference in Jews or Gentiles..." Prej and discrim
"I am the way, the truth.." Prej and discrimination
"an eye for an eye" war and peace
"Turn the other cheek" war
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TIP: you don't need to know the quotations word for word, as long as it's along the right lines
I have the same exam on Wednesday! Good luck
Just to let you know..
Examiners don't actually read what you write - they literally scan through it - They're just teachers on their summer holidays and they are not going to spend their whole time looking at what you write - Word for word
They look for a structure
eg) 3 markers - firstly, secondly, finally
4 markers - 2 PEE Paragraphs
6 markers - Your view X2, Opposite view X2, Religious View, Conclusion
Something to tell you about 6 markers.
You're meant to use ONE Religious quote and teaching in the religious view - you dont use any religious teachings or quotes at all in the your view or opposite view - they're generic opinions
3 markers and 4 markers - if it mentions the world religious believers - use a religion - eg) Christians, Hindu's - use a teaching or quote as well - that alone is the explanation part of your answer.
And please use a quantity - MOST Muslims, SOME CHRISTIANS
Also, the majority of the Christians who use these quotes are CATHOLIC - say CATHOLIC
The only one that isn't is the "Church of England Teaching" of 'Lesser of two evils' for the early life topic.
Examiners scan through your written answers and look for structures - they award marks based on that as well because they know the candidate knows what they're doing
If there is no structure - they assume that candidates are not aware of what the question is asking them to do and thus, may receive fewer marks.
Structure alone gets you marks - especially 6 markers