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Get yer homework oot. If you huvnae dun it dae it noo. What does Siddhartha and this guy have in common???. What is happening here?. What is happening here?. What is happening here?. 1s Vote with your feet 2s Evaluate King Suddhodana was right to hide suffering from Siddhartha. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Get yer homework oot.

    If you huvnae dun it dae it noo.

    Learning Intention

  • What does Siddhartha and this guy have in common???

    Learning Intention

  • What is happening here?

    Learning Intention

  • What is happening here?

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  • What is happening here?

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  • 1s Vote with your feet2s Evaluate

    King Suddhodana was right to hide suffering from Siddhartha.

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  • What is happening here?

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  • 2s Vote with your feet1s Evaluate

    Siddhartha was wrong to leave the palace in search for an answer to suffering.

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  • What is happening here?

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  • What is happening here?

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  • However, one day he heard a passing musician teaching a pupil...

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  • What great truth had Siddhartha learned?

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  • Wall Boards6 key stages of Siddharthas lifeIf you were writing a biography for Siddhartha what would the most important stages in his life be?

    Discuss, negotiate and agree what your group think were 6 key stages of Siddharthas life so far. Write them up!

    Rank these stages from hardest to easiest for Siddhartha to have to experience.

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  • Learning intentionsThe Buddha his life and example the 4 Sights, Going Forth and Enlightenment.

    (Theravada and Mahayana understandings of the Buddha should be addressed)

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  • Criteria for success

    Describe what Buddhists understand by taking refuge and how they take refuge in the Buddha.

    Describe who the Buddha is, what happened in his life and what he means to Buddhists.

    Explain Theravada and Mahayana understandings of the Buddha.

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  • The BuddhaHis life and example:The 4 Sights (Old age, Sickness, Death and a Holy Man or Ascetic)

    Going Forth (Dissatisfaction with life, mission to find an answer to suffering and the cycle of rebirth)

    Enlightenment (Finding the middle way, realising reality, defeating Mara)

  • The BuddhaAlthough exact times of birth and death are not known for certain, the story goes that Siddhartha was enlightened at 35.

    From this moment on he was known as Buddha awakened one.

  • The BuddhaBuddhas first sermon was in a place called Deer Park in Benares (northern India) where he set out the 4 Noble Truths and started teaching the path, truth or Dharma. The Sangha (community of monks) was born.

  • The BuddhaBuddha travelled with the sangha and taught dharma for 45 years.

    Uniquely Buddha would teach anyone: murderers, thieves and even females (although for 5 years he refused to ordain women)!

    Buddha even returned to his family and Rahula his son became one of his disciples.

  • The BuddhaDuring this time there were even assassination attempts and challenges to his status.

  • The BuddhaBuddha was violently ill, died at 80 and entered paranirvana.

  • Why is Buddha a refuge?Role model and exampleBuddhas teachings demonstrated to followers how to liveShowed that enlightenment was possible by a humanFounder, started everything off

    The Buddha

  • 5 WordsIn no more than 5 words...Describe why Buddhists think of the Buddha as a refuge.

  • The BuddhaBuddhas teachings were preserved orally by the Sangha for almost 500 years (dodgy?) until starvation meant they were almost lost.

    The teachings were eventually written down as the Dhammapada.

  • The BuddhaAs well as these, stories Buddha had told about his past lives Jataka tales were preserved.

  • Theravada & Mahayana...In what different ways do Buddhists think of the Buddha?

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  • THERAVADAHistorical role as first enlightened being finding dharma (truth).Through teaching dharma brought about sangha. Only founder, teacher, example, Role model and guide. Cannot be contacted tathagata.MAHAYANAMany Buddhas have and will exist Siddhartha was just one.Dharma has always existed and can be expressed in different ways.Trikaya earthly, heavenly and transcendent. Siddhartha became earthly.Many enlightened beings and Bodhisattvas can be contacted.The Buddha

  • Think about itWhy is the Buddha / Dhamma / Sangha still relevant to Buddhists today?

    How important is the Buddha / Dhamma / Sangha in the lives of Buddhists?

    What are the benefits and difficulties for Buddhists in taking refuge in the Buddha / Dhamma / Sangha?

    Is the Buddha / Dhamma / Sangha the most important of the Three Jewels?

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  • 26minnumber off 1-3Describe the key events in the life of the Buddha. 6KU

    b)[ You will need to mention Theravada and Mahayana ]Why might Buddhists believe that the Buddha is still relevant today? 10AEHow important is the Buddha in the lives of Buddhists? 10AEWhat are the benefits and difficulties for Buddhists in taking refuge in the Buddha? 10AE

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  • Criteria for success

    Describe what Buddhists understand by taking refuge and how they take refuge in the Buddha.

    Describe who the Buddha is, what happened in his life and what he means to Buddhists.

    Explain Therevada and Mahayana understandings of the Buddha.

    Learning Intention