Violent and nonviolent protest

In this lesson, we will focus on violent and nonviolent protest. We will explore protest laws in the UK, examine a case study of the London riots in 2011, Christian views about violent and nonviolent protest, Islamic views about violent and nonviolent protest.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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

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Q2.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'bringing about what is right and fair'?

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Q3.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'pardoning someone for what they have done wrong'?

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Q4.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'restoring friendly relations after a conflict or disagreement'?

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Q5.Which of these statements do Muslims traditionally believe is true?

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Q6.Which of these statements do Christians traditionally believe is true?

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Q7.Islam comes from the word 'salam'. What word can 'salam' be translated to?

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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!

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

1/7

Q2.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'bringing about what is right and fair'?

2/7

Q3.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'pardoning someone for what they have done wrong'?

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Q4.Which of these key terms is best defined by 'restoring friendly relations after a conflict or disagreement'?

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Q5.Which of these statements do Muslims traditionally believe is true?

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Q6.Which of these statements do Christians traditionally believe is true?

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Q7.Islam comes from the word 'salam'. What word can 'salam' be translated to?

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Violent and nonviolent protest

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Q1.What key term is best defined by "an expression of disapproval, often in a public group"?

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Q2.What key term is best defined by "using actions that threaten or harm others in order to express disapproval"?

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Q3.What key term is best defined by "using peaceful actions to express disapproval"?

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Q4.In what city did the riots in England in 2011 first begin?

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Q5.Which religion demands that injustice is responded to with violence?

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Q6.Which of these statements best describes how the example of Muhammad can be used to form a view on protest?

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Q7.According to Jesus how should Christians treat those who perform hateful actions?

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Violent and nonviolent protest

Check to see you can recall the key information from the lesson by completing this quiz.

Q1.What key term is best defined by "an expression of disapproval, often in a public group"?

1/7

Q2.What key term is best defined by "using actions that threaten or harm others in order to express disapproval"?

2/7

Q3.What key term is best defined by "using peaceful actions to express disapproval"?

3/7

Q4.In what city did the riots in England in 2011 first begin?

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Q5.Which religion demands that injustice is responded to with violence?

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Q6.Which of these statements best describes how the example of Muhammad can be used to form a view on protest?

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Q7.According to Jesus how should Christians treat those who perform hateful actions?

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Lesson summary: Violent and nonviolent protest

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