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A-Level RE - A study of Ethics - Natural Law Ethics

A-Level RE - A study of Ethics - Natural Law Ethics

These resources - in essence will last for 4-5 one hour lessons - will introduce the concept of Natural Law and really develop St. Thomas Aquinas' development of Natural Law and how his development has had huge influence on Christian theology. This resource will use plenty of learning checks and provide ample opportunities for classroom discussions and will secure the learning and understanding of this fascinating topic for students that you teach

By njscarlet

The Ontological Argument OCR 2017 A Level (Arguments based on reason)

The Ontological Argument OCR 2017 A Level (Arguments based on reason)

In this highly differentiated lesson, students will challenge themselves to work out the Ontological argument put forward by Anselm and the criticisms from Gaunilo. They will also be able to evaluate the criticism from Gaunilo. It's all ready for the NEW 2017 OCR Religious Studies A Level. The lesson has a focus on independent learning and student-led activities. Included are all of the resources, a powerpoint and a detailed lesson plan. Just add chocolate! Notes: The card sort runs over three pages and needs to be printed onto green, yellow and red card. The first page should be printed onto green, the second onto yellow and the third onto red. This means students can choose their level of challenge by the traffic light colours. Answer to the quiz: BCCABCACB

By toddbeamish