Exam practice

Welcome to our thirteenth lesson in the unit on religion, peace and conflict. We will be focusing on applying the content from this unit to examination style questions. Please make sure you have a pen and paper ready, and have cleared a quiet space for you to work in. 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 to one side so you are not distracted by it. You will also need two different coloured pens: black or blue and another coloured pen, such as green or red. Click start when you are ready to think hard!

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Quiz:

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!

Q1.Which religions traditionally may accept that conflict may sometimes be necessary in order to defend yourself?

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Q2.Which part of the Christian just war theory would be used to disagree with the use of weapons of mass destruction.

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Q3.Which is the best definition of pacifism?

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Q4.Can Muhammad be considered a pacifist?

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Q5.Can Mairead Corrigan be considered a pacifist?

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Q6.Can Dietrich Bonhoeffer be considered a pacifist?

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Q7.How can the actions of Muhammad in the Battle of Badr be used to form a view on WMD?

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Q8.Which religions would traditionally encourage retaliation?

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Q9.Which religions would traditionally accept greed as an acceptable motivation for war?

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Quiz:

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!

Q1.Which religions traditionally may accept that conflict may sometimes be necessary in order to defend yourself?

1/9

Q2.Which part of the Christian just war theory would be used to disagree with the use of weapons of mass destruction.

2/9

Q3.Which is the best definition of pacifism?

3/9

Q4.Can Muhammad be considered a pacifist?

4/9

Q5.Can Mairead Corrigan be considered a pacifist?

5/9

Q6.Can Dietrich Bonhoeffer be considered a pacifist?

6/9

Q7.How can the actions of Muhammad in the Battle of Badr be used to form a view on WMD?

7/9

Q8.Which religions would traditionally encourage retaliation?

8/9

Q9.Which religions would traditionally accept greed as an acceptable motivation for war?

9/9

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Exam practice

Check you can recall some of the key content from this unit by completing the following quiz.

Q1.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'bringing about what is right and fair'?

1/10

Q2.The sanctity of life is used in both Islam and Christianity to oppose terrorism. Which of these best defines the sanctity of life?

2/10

Q3.Which notable Christian thinker created the just war theory?

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Q4.Which condition of the Christian just war theory can be explained by the following text: "Use a suitable amount of force, do not use excessive force."

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Q5.Where Christians and Muslims do accept the use of violence, what conditions do they generally insist on?

5/10

Q6.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'restoring friendly relations after a conflict or disagreement'?

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Q7.Which is the best definition of pacifism?

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Q8.What key term is best defined by "using actions that threaten or harm others in order to express disapproval"?

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Q9.What key term is best defined by "using peaceful actions to express disapproval"?

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Q10.Which of these statements best describes how the example of Muhammad can be used to form a view on protest?

10/10

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Quiz:

Exam practice

Check you can recall some of the key content from this unit by completing the following quiz.

Q1.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'bringing about what is right and fair'?

1/10

Q2.The sanctity of life is used in both Islam and Christianity to oppose terrorism. Which of these best defines the sanctity of life?

2/10

Q3.Which notable Christian thinker created the just war theory?

3/10

Q4.Which condition of the Christian just war theory can be explained by the following text: "Use a suitable amount of force, do not use excessive force."

4/10

Q5.Where Christians and Muslims do accept the use of violence, what conditions do they generally insist on?

5/10

Q6.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'restoring friendly relations after a conflict or disagreement'?

6/10

Q7.Which is the best definition of pacifism?

7/10

Q8.What key term is best defined by "using actions that threaten or harm others in order to express disapproval"?

8/10

Q9.What key term is best defined by "using peaceful actions to express disapproval"?

9/10

Q10.Which of these statements best describes how the example of Muhammad can be used to form a view on protest?

10/10

Lesson summary: Exam practice

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