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Hello learners and welcome to our final lesson on this Relationships and Families unit.

It's been my privilege to teach you over the course of the last few lessons.

It's been an exciting journey and we've come now to the point where we need to spend some time doing some deliberate practise.

We've learned so many quotations over the course of the last few lessons, and it's really, really important that we master these quotations, understand them and able to use them in the right context, in the right way.

And so, what we're going to do in this lesson is just revisit some of those quotations, try to commit some to memory and learn how we can use those quotations in examinations.

So, when you're ready, let's begin.

All right, before we begin, let's make sure we've got everything that we need for assessing, including a pen or pencil to write with.

Another coloured pen for corrections, a paper or an exercise book to write in.

Of course, that curious brain of yours and a quiet space to work in.

We're going to remove any distractions, so if you've got any TV or music playing in the background, please turn that off.

If you're using your mobile device for this lesson please disable your notifications and end your current conversations.

If you're using your desktop, make sure you put your mobile phone to one side, it's turned off or it's on silent.

And of course, close any other desktop application as well so you can focus without disruption in this lesson.

So, we going to pause the video at this point, makes you get everything that you need for the lesson and when you're ready, we can continue.


So in this lesson we're going to be using so-- and learning some of the key quotes that we've learned throughout our different uh, topics in this unit.

And we have covered so much in this unit.

We talked about the nature and purpose of families and marriage.

We talked about divorce.

We talked about sex outside of marriage and attitudes towards sexuality.

We talked about same sex marriage and contraception and cohabitation and contemporary family issues.

We talked about gender equality and we talked lots, and lots of different topics over the course of the last few lessons together.

And we've learnt lots of quotes from each of those lessons.

And it's just about us going over those quotes and making sure we understand them, we know them, we can use them in different contexts for our examinations.

So in this lesson, we going to be doing some deliberate practise.

We going to start off by just going through some key quotes, we're going to look, cover, writes, check, repeats.

Then there going to be some review of scriptures, make sure we commit them to memory and then we going to apply them to key contents in this unit.

Good? So, let's begin.

We going to start off then at each section, by giving you different quotations.

So on the screen, for example, we've got one quotation from the Quran 17:20 which says, "And your Lord has commanded goodness to your parents." That's a one quotation that you've learned from the Quran.

In the first three sections of this lesson, you're going to get quotations from the Quran.

In the second three sec-- seconds, three sections rather you will have quotations in the Bible and the final section you'll have some quotations from the British Humanist Association, the American Psychological Association and things like John Mill, ethicists like John Mill.

But I want you to do for this lesson, is to go through the quotations that you have in each section.

Now in this section here, for example, you've got five quotations.

It says in Quran 20 and surah 24:33, "Let them who find not the means for marriage abstain from marriage." It says in Quran, in the surah 17:23, "If either of them reach, either or both of them reach old age, speak to them a generous word.

It says in surah 30:20; "What he created for you from yourselves mates speak up that you may find tranquillity in them." In surah 4:3 it says "Marry those of other women who please you, two, three or four".

And so what we've got there are quotations from the Quran.

Your task in this first slide, and you'll find these on your worksheets, is to memorise one two or three quotations from this section.

You're going to do that by using the look, cover, write, check, repeat strategy.

That means you're going to first look at the quote.

That you-- You're going to start off of course by selecting which quotations you want to do.

Those of you who want to do one quotation from each section, there are seven sections.

That means you will master seven quotations by the end of this lesson.

Those of you who want to do two, will master 14, and those of you who really want to challenge yourself you can do three quotations.

And therefore you master 21 quotations by the end of this lesson.


So you would have seven.

If you do 21, you would have seven from the Quran, seven from the Bible and then seven from different associations.

So up to 21 maximum, if you're doing three quotations each.

And of course up to seven or up to 14 if you're doing one or two quotations.

So first you're going to start off by selecting your quotations this section.

And remember you only want one, two or three quotations from this section.

Okay? You'll do that for all of the sections.

You know, one, two or three quotations.

So in this section, let's just pretend that I've selected one quotation.

My one quotation is surah 17:23 which says, "and your Lord has commanded goodness to your parents." That's one quotation I've got there from the Quran.

That could be my quotation.

So I'm going to select a quotation.

My task then is to look at it.

I'm going to read it, "and your Lord has commanded goodness to your parents".

Now I'm going to cover it up, so I can't see that quotation.

And I'm going to try and write back the quotation down.

"And your Lord has commanded goodness to your parents.", "the Lord has commanded goodness to your parents." Then I'm going to uncover and check.

I've written it the same way.

"The Lord has commanded goodness to your parents." Got it right.

If I need to repeat that process, I'll continue repeating that process until I've mastered it, until I've got the texts exactly right when I've written it down.

That's the purpose of look, cover, check, look, cover, write, check, repeat.

It's just to make sure that you master that quotation.

So you can do this with two quo--, one quotation two quotations or three quotations from this section and from each section that follows in your worksheets.

Okay? So you'll see over to your accompanying worksheet.

Once you've done that, your next task will be to complete the fill in the blanks task.

It will be two fill in the blanks tasks.

One will be an assisted add in the blanks task and in that task, you will see in the white box at the bottom corner of your worksheet, some words that you can use to fill in the blanks in the quotations that you've chosen.

So, remember you may have chosen one, two or three quotations.

So, you're going to look through words, that match or fill in the blanks for your quota-- quote or quotations.

Remember that.

For the fill in the blanks section, that's not, does not have assistance.

This will be the third task that you do.

And you try to fill in the blanks in your quotations without having those words there.

Just try to master these quotations.

The fourth task you will do, is to write out your quotations that you selected using just the sentence starters.

That's your next task.

Your, your aim is to write a one, two or three quotations, having, without aid without looking, without checking, make sure you've covered the things that you've written previously and try to do it from memory.

Once you're able to do that, I know and you will know that you've mastered that one, two or three quotations from this section, okay? Once you've done that, your next task will be to explain how your quotations that you've chosen, link to specific topics which are highlighted for you, pointed out for you, in your task grid.

So look at the first three quotations in the board.

The first one says, "And your Lord Go-- and your Lord has commanded goodness to your parents." from surah 17:23.

I'm going to say, my next task is to explain how that quotation links to the topic of nature and purpose of families, and to contemporary family issues.

So I'm going to say, this quotation links to the nature and purpose of families because.

then I'm going to explain how it links to the nature and purpose of families.

Then I'm going to say, it also links with contemporary family issues because.

and I'm going to go through uh, contemporary family issues and say how it links to contemporary family issues.

And then we'll do that, for all of my quotations that I've selected.

So if I selected one, then I would just do it for that one, if I selected two then two, if I selected three, then I'll do it for three quotations.

Okay? So either or.

You can choose whichever quotation you've done.

Okay? Once you've done that, then you've completed one section.

So you may have done one quote from this section and you're going to skip down to the next section, do it again.

You've got seven sections in total.

So again, if you do one quote for each section, you will have seven quotations by the end.

If you do two, you will have 14, and if you're push yourself and really, really challenge yourself, then you can possibly have three from each section up to a maximum of 21 quotations, from different sacred texts from the Quran, from the Bible or from uh secular societies or associations.

Okay? Good.

What I want you to do now, is pause the video at this point, and you're going to complete that task using your worksheets.

So you remember, the task is, the first thing you need to do is look, cover, write, check, repeat with the quotations that you selected.

Then fill in the blanks with the assisted, then fill in the blanks unassisted, forgive me for the typo on the screen there.

Then you going to write out the verses fully, without any assistance, just with the sentence starters.

And then you're going to explain how those five verse--, how the verses that you've selected, link to specific topics.

So that's the five things you need to do and you do those things for each section.

Each of the seven sections, okay? So you've spent some minutes doing this.

It may take you.

it depends on how fast you go.

It can take you up to half an hour and a good amount of time going through all of the quotations on, on this task.

Once you finished, so if you've learnt seven quotations, 14 or 21, once you've finished, then press resume and we can continue.

So pause your video now and complete your task.

Good, welcome back.

At this point, we are going to go through some of the answers, to your, the tasks that you've done.

So at this point, most of you would have memorised seven, 14, or even some of you 21 quotations from the semester.

Well done if you've managed to do 21.

Well done if you've managed to seven or 14 as well.

Let's have a go at that and explore some of the answers to the task that you've been doing in this lesson.

So in the first section, we had five quotations from the Quran.

So you remember those five quotations, you know which ones that you chose.

Let's then, your task was to explain.

I'm going to take myself off of the screen for this task.

I think it'll be helpful for you to see everything.


So at this point, what I want you to do is to pause your video and just check through your answers.

So you had to explain how the quotations linked to specific topics.

So pause your video at this point, look at how the explanations are there, look at the explanations that are there rather and check them and then correct them as you go.

So, you know which quotations you've chosen.

These are the first three quotations in that first section.


Welcome back.

If you've done the next two quotations again, pause the video, just check through your answers and make sure you've got them correct.

Your explanations of how they can be used, is correct.


Well done.

So you've completed one, two or three quotations from this first secsin, section.

Our second section again from the Quran had five quotations.

Also, for example, settlement is best, the unmarried or unmarried man or woman guilty of sexual intercourse lashed down with a hundred lashes.

So again, you've got quotations that, you know which ones that you've chosen.

One, two or three.

Again, you've tried to explain how they link to specific topics.

Here are the explanations, pause your video and check your correct an--.

Check that you've got the correct answers for the first three.


Well done.

Let's check now for the next two.

Absolutely fantastic.

Well done.

Let's go into section three, Quran verses again, so again one, two or three quotations of the four that were there.

So again, pause the video.

Make sure you've got the correct explanations.

Check and then, we move on to the next two.

Perfect, well done.

Let's look at the next two.


So we go to section four now, and section four, five and six are quotations from the Bible.

So we're going to look at some of those quotations, Christian Bible.

So you've got five quotations here.

You selected one, two or three or plus quotations.

Let's look at the explanations.

Pause your video again, Check it and then correct it.


Well done.

Let's look at the next two.

Pause and correct also.


So section five, again, quotations in the Bible.

You did one, two or three quotations and we've got five quotations in this section.

You know which quotations you've chosen, look at the explanations, correct your explanations.


Let's have a look at the next two.


Well done.

We go to section six then, then the quotations, there are five quotations that you could have possibly chosen.

You know, which ones you've chosen.

Look at the explanations and correct them for me.


Absolutely well done.

Let's have the next two.


So you've got the final section now.

We're going to look at texts that were from associ-- societies or associations, for example British Humanist association and American Psychological Association and ethicists I don't know as well.

So we had three quotations in this section.

So you may have chosen to do three in this section.

Now here are the explanations.

So pause the video.

Check that you've got your answers correct.

Perfect, well done.

You've been absolutely fantastic.

So at this point now, you've got seven, 14 or 21 quotations and you've been able to explain how all of these quotations that you've selected address some of the 10 topics that we've studied in this unit.


Well done.

I hope you are familiar with all of the quotations.

I know you've selected and memorised seven, 14 or 21.

That's absolutely perfect, but make sure that you are familiar with all of the quotations.

So read throughout then you don't have to memorise all of them but you want to be familiar with all of them.

Once you are familiar with all of the quotations and you've memorised seven, uh 14 or 21, then make sure you complete your exit quiz.

It's been an absolute pleasure to teach you across this unit and relationships and families.

It's been a great unit.

It's been really, really interesting, lots of fascinating facts that we've learnt over the course of our time together.

So, well done for completing this unit.

Continue to keep up the hard work, remember to revise, to continue practising your quotations, going over your key terms, your facts, your different viewpoints and your quotes also.

Just to make sure that you don't forget it and it goes into your long-term memory.

Well, take care and all the best with all of your learning.