Recap and practice

Welcome to our seventh lesson in the unit on religion, peace and conflict. We will be focusing on recapping the content from the first six lessons in this unit. 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 of these key terms is best defined by 'bringing about what is right and fair'?

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Q2.Which condition of the Islamic just war theory can be defined as "Defending your own state from aggression"?

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Q3.Which condition of the Islamic just war theory can be defined as "All other ways to solve the dispute must be attempted before war"?

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Q4.Which of these terms is best defined by "a selfish desire for something"?

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Q5.Which of these terms is best defined by "acting to prevent harm to yourself"?

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Q6.Which religions traditionally may accept that conflict can sometimes be necessary in order to defend yourself?

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Q7.Which of these statements do Muslims traditionally believe is true?

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Q8.Islam comes from the word 'salam'. What word can 'salam' be translated to?

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

1/8

Q2.Which condition of the Islamic just war theory can be defined as "Defending your own state from aggression"?

2/8

Q3.Which condition of the Islamic just war theory can be defined as "All other ways to solve the dispute must be attempted before war"?

3/8

Q4.Which of these terms is best defined by "a selfish desire for something"?

4/8

Q5.Which of these terms is best defined by "acting to prevent harm to yourself"?

5/8

Q6.Which religions traditionally may accept that conflict can sometimes be necessary in order to defend yourself?

6/8

Q7.Which of these statements do Muslims traditionally believe is true?

7/8

Q8.Islam comes from the word 'salam'. What word can 'salam' be translated to?

8/8

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Recap and practice

Take this quiz to check you can recall the key content from the first 6 lessons in the peace and conflict unit.

Q1.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'the absence of conflict or war'?

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Q2.Which religion demands that injustice is responded to with violence?

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Q3.Which of these statements is generally considered to be true?

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Q4.The sanctity of life is used in both Islam and Christianity to oppose terrorism. Which of these best defines the sanctity of life?

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Q5.Which religious group/s generally promote a non-violent approach to conflict?

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Q6.Where Christians and Muslims do accept the use of violence, what conditions do they generally insist on?

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Q7.Which of these statements best describes how the example of Muhammad can be used to form a view on protest?

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Q8.According to Jesus how should Christians treat those who perform hateful actions?

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Q9.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'pardoning someone for what they have done wrong'?

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Q10.Which of these statements do Muslims traditionally believe is true?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Recap and practice

Take this quiz to check you can recall the key content from the first 6 lessons in the peace and conflict unit.

Q1.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'the absence of conflict or war'?

1/10

Q2.Which religion demands that injustice is responded to with violence?

2/10

Q3.Which of these statements is generally considered to be true?

3/10

Q4.The sanctity of life is used in both Islam and Christianity to oppose terrorism. Which of these best defines the sanctity of life?

4/10

Q5.Which religious group/s generally promote a non-violent approach to conflict?

5/10

Q6.Where Christians and Muslims do accept the use of violence, what conditions do they generally insist on?

6/10

Q7.Which of these statements best describes how the example of Muhammad can be used to form a view on protest?

7/10

Q8.According to Jesus how should Christians treat those who perform hateful actions?

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Q9.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'pardoning someone for what they have done wrong'?

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Q10.Which of these statements do Muslims traditionally believe is true?

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Lesson summary: Recap and practice

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