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100 Thinking Cards - Pack 2

100 Thinking Cards - Pack 2

This second pack of 100 Thinking Cards will open the minds of your children and start the most amazing debates. Used with children of all ages from 5 years, they have been loved by all and have produced the most wonderful discussions. These cards can be used in groups, as individuals for extensions activities or whole class debates. Would you rather be a pen or a pencil? If animals could talk, what would be the first question that you would ask them? Is it always right to tell the truth? When you get home there is a giant lump under your carpet. What could it be and how did it get there? …and many more! Have you tried Pack 1 yet?
sav11e
100 Thinking Cards - Pack 1

100 Thinking Cards - Pack 1

This pack of 100 Thinking Cards will open the minds of your children and start the most amazing debates. Used with children of all ages from 5 years, they have been loved by all and have produced the most wonderful discussions. These cards can be used in groups, as individuals for extensions activities or whole class debates. Would you rather be a pen or a pencil? If animals could talk, what would be the first question that you would ask them? Is it always right to tell the truth? When you get home there is a giant lump under your carpet. What could it be and how did it get there? …and many more! IF YOU ENJOY THIS WHY NOT TRY ANOTHER 100 CARDS IN PACK 2
sav11e
SDG 12 - Consumption, production and Sustainability

SDG 12 - Consumption, production and Sustainability

A resource for teachers, youth leaders and facilitators to address the issues around consumption and sustainable lifestyles. This booklet contains activities, statistics and information to explore the relationship between climate change and sustainability, the impact of single use plastics and the impact of our lifestyles of the lives of others around the world.
ConcernActiveCitizenship
Work Scheme on Religious Experiences (OCR A2 Philosophy of Religion)

Work Scheme on Religious Experiences (OCR A2 Philosophy of Religion)

This resource is a work scheme on religious experiences, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the OCR exam board, an introduction to religious experiences; types of religious experiences; numinous experiences; mysticism; Richard Swinburne and religious experiences; challenges to religious experiences from science and philosophy; and revelation through scripture. The work scheme contains presentations, worksheets, debates, and an essay-writing workshop. The revision guide contains revision material, activity questions, essay-writing guidelines, exam-style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
MSBall
IB DP Theory of Knowledge - Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge Systems AOK

IB DP Theory of Knowledge - Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge Systems AOK

This activity introduces students to the Area of Knowledge (AOK) of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS). Specifically, it helps students use aspects of the IKS specific knowledge framework (applying KCs, and WOKs to an IKS real life situation) to introduce students to the strengths and weaknesses of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Understanding and using the strengths and limitations of this AOK is essential for students to effectively analyse and evaluate their knowledge questions (KQ) when preparing their TOK Essays and Presentations. Lesson length: 45 minutes to 1 hour Background information and link to video provided. A worksheet to help students apply the knowledge framework (pages 1 and 2) and answer key for the teacher are provided. The document is available as a PDF for printing and a Word document for editing.
RolandSB
Kindness Club Kit - Tools to Start an Animal Rights Club!

Kindness Club Kit - Tools to Start an Animal Rights Club!

(Ideal for Years 3–8, but can easily be adapted for all year levels) Empower your students, foster critical and creative thinking skills, and have some fun! This Kindness Club kit is designed for young activists who want to start an animal rights club in school. Starting a club is a great way for passionate students to get together and share ideas, plan and carry out meaningful and empowering activities for change, and spread awareness about animal rights issues in their communities. The Kindness Club guide is an 8-page booklet that details how students can start a club in their school, and includes useful tips about forming and maintaining an advocacy group. The five skill builders included in the booklet have been developed by experienced activists, teachers and writers to teach students various forms of effective and peaceful activism in today’s democratic environment, such as letter-writing, petitioning, creating awareness material using print and video media, and fundraising. The fact sheets include important information about various animal rights issues in Australia, as well as research points and discussion questions designed to encourage students to think critically about the information and conduct their own investigations. Students can use the campaign ideas in their booklet to start their club’s first activities, or use them to develop their own ideas for their first campaigns. To order a physical kit which includes stickers and bookmarks, visit http://www.thinkkind.org/club/
thinkkind
Work Scheme on Miracles (OCR A2 Philosophy of Religion)

Work Scheme on Miracles (OCR A2 Philosophy of Religion)

This resource is a work scheme on miracles, which you can use for both group and private study. This scheme covers all the topics required for the OCR exam board, including Hume's arguments against miracles and their weaknesses; theistic views on miracles; arguments from Flew and Wiles against miracles; miracles and the problem of evil; and miracles and religious pluralism. The lesson plan contains presentations, worksheets, debates, and an essay-writing workshop. The revision guide contains revision material, activity questions, essay-writing guidelines, exam style questions, a mark scheme, and a background on the key critical thinkers. This resource should make learning interactive, productive, and enjoyable, giving your students the chance to get the grades they deserve.
MSBall
ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST - A Study Guide

ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST - A Study Guide

This study guide for ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST is a 20 page analytical guide book covering all the elements of close textual study of plot, characters and theme, with visual literacy activities, extended reading, cross-genre poetry / cartoon and comprehension activities. A visually rich item that will engage students and instruct on the way literature can be relevant in its commentary on contemporary society, and at the same time entertaining, humorous and thought - provoking.
jaynorth
The Teacher's Life Notebook

The Teacher's Life Notebook

The purpose of this Life Notebook is to provide teachers an opportunity to reflect on some areas of their professional life and help identify their strengths and challenges. As a teacher it is important to like yourself if in fact you are going to have positive relationships with your students and other staff members. It’s necessary to get along with administration, avoid spreading rumors and gossip, problem solve, learn to forgive and above all take care of yourself.
JamesHBurns
FOX - CNN - MSNBC

FOX - CNN - MSNBC

All the news fair and balanced. Or is it? Our students come from homes where these news outlets become the moral compass of their parents. They then come into school with less tolerance for others only to discover that diversity is everywhere including their classroom. This audio will help you understand why teaching tolerance is so important.
JamesHBurns