Attitudes towards sexuality

In this lesson, we will continue our study of Relationships and Families by thinking about attitudes towards sexuality. This unit is part of GCSE RE and assumes an understanding of Christian and Islamic Beliefs and Practices. Please make sure you have a pen and paper ready. It is helpful to have two different coloured pens: black or blue and another coloured pen, such as green or red. Also, please make sure you're in a quiet space to work in as far as possible. If you have the TV or music on and can turn it off, please do. If you are not using your mobile phone for the lesson, it is best to put it aside, so you are not distracted. For some people this will be a sensitive topic. If that applies to you, you may want to do the rest of this lesson with a trusted adult nearby who can support. When you're ready, let’s begin.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is celibacy?

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Q2.Which of these denominations or branches of Christianity do NOT consider sex before marriage a sin?

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Q3.Which of these apostles is known for practicing celibacy?

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Q4.Complete the following quotation. "God wants you to be holy and completely free from ___________________________."

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Q5.What is the term for the offence against Shari'ah law that involves sexual immorality.

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Q6.If found guilty of sex outside marriage in an Islamic state, how many lashes must one receive?

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Q7.Which of these is NOT a correct Islamic belief about sex and marriage?

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Q8.Which of the following is a reason why humanists don't promote sex outside of a relationship? Select three options.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Q1.What is celibacy?

1/8

Q2.Which of these denominations or branches of Christianity do NOT consider sex before marriage a sin?

2/8

Q3.Which of these apostles is known for practicing celibacy?

3/8

Q4.Complete the following quotation. "God wants you to be holy and completely free from ___________________________."

4/8

Q5.What is the term for the offence against Shari'ah law that involves sexual immorality.

5/8

Q6.If found guilty of sex outside marriage in an Islamic state, how many lashes must one receive?

6/8

Q7.Which of these is NOT a correct Islamic belief about sex and marriage?

7/8

Q8.Which of the following is a reason why humanists don't promote sex outside of a relationship? Select three options.

Select three (3) boxes

8/8

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Attitudes towards Sexuality

This is a short quiz to test your knowledge and understanding from your lesson on Attitudes towards Sexuality. Scriptures and additional materials quoted are from the Good News Bible © 1994 published by the Bible Societies/HarperCollins Publishers Ltd UK, Good News Bible © American Bible Society 1966, 1971, 1976, 1992. Used with permission.

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Q1.What is the penalty for homosexual sex in some Islamic countries such as Nigeria?

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Q2.Complete this quotation. "No man is to have sexual relations with ______________________.

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Q3.Which branch or denomination of Christianity has officially permitted celibate homosexual relationships?

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Q4.In what year was same-sex marriage recognized in law?

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Q5.In what year were civil partnerships recognized in law?

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Attitudes towards Sexuality

This is a short quiz to test your knowledge and understanding from your lesson on Attitudes towards Sexuality. Scriptures and additional materials quoted are from the Good News Bible © 1994 published by the Bible Societies/HarperCollins Publishers Ltd UK, Good News Bible © American Bible Society 1966, 1971, 1976, 1992. Used with permission.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.What is the penalty for homosexual sex in some Islamic countries such as Nigeria?

1/5

Q2.Complete this quotation. "No man is to have sexual relations with ______________________.

2/5

Q3.Which branch or denomination of Christianity has officially permitted celibate homosexual relationships?

3/5

Q4.In what year was same-sex marriage recognized in law?

4/5

Q5.In what year were civil partnerships recognized in law?

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