DONKEYS IN RELIGION & CULTURE
Designed to support a school trip to Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary
R.E. Lower Key Stage 2
Other Key Stage Variants: Upper Key Stage 2
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Students read information about how donkeys are represented in religion and culture. They then re-present the information in table form to show understanding and to view comparisons.
This is an R.E. resource for key stage 2 that engages students with donkeys at the Sanctuary and how their nature is reflected and represented in various religions and cultures through time.
The tasks enable them to demonstrate their understanding of the various interpretations presented to them.
Students are asked to put the informtion they read into a different format to show understanding.
The task is designed to appeal to students in key stage 2, and can be completed before or after the visit to the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary.
This is a simple, peripheral resource that can be completed before or after the students’ visit to the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary.
The tasks can be integrated into lessons at any stage throughout
the academic year where appropriate to teachers’ schemes of work in this subject. It could perhaps link with an assembly. The theme
of kindness, hard work, reliability might have been covered in an assembly - so relating this to donkeys would encourage the pupils to make links to prior learning.
It is anticipated that students will have an enriched experience as they will be reflecting on their school visit activities in a relevant way, that links to their wider studies.
Key Skills Practised
Reading, identifying and retrieving important information in a text
Showing an understanding of how donkeys are presented in different religions and cultures
Students will have demonstrated that they can identify the key information. Students will have shown their understanding by writing brief notes on what they have read.
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