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Easter Viewpoints

This religious education scheme of work for Key Stage Two gets the children to explore some of the main narrative events in the Easter story and suggest how different characters might have reacted to what happened to Jesus. The class can use verses from a Gospel to suggest what characters might have said about the events.

Explore some of the main narrative events in the Easter story and suggest how different characters might have reacted to what happened to Jesus

Lesson One : Palm Sunday Viewpoints

Record observations that different characters might have said about Jesus’ arrival into Jerusalem

Lesson Two : Last Supper Viewpoints

Record observations that different characters might have said about Jesus’ last supper with his disciples

Lesson Three : Garden of Gethsemane Viewpoints

Record observations that different characters might have said about when Jesus prayed in the garden of Gethsemane

Lesson Four : Crucifixion Viewpoints

Record observations that different characters might have said about Jesus’ crucifixion by the Romans

Lesson Five : Resurrection Viewpoints

Record observations that different characters might have said about how Jesus rose from the dead

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