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McGrath text analysis - A level Edexcel 2016

McGrath text analysis - A level Edexcel 2016

This resource is a complete analysis of the text from Alister McGrath’s ‘The Dawkins Delusion’ The PPT is designed to maximise learning and contains: Learning objectives Translation of difficult words Page by page analysis Tasks for A01 and A02 My pupils really appreciated it as it full of content and support. Happy shopping!
TeacherofThought
Ethics for A-Level, by Mark Dimmock & Andrew Fisher

Ethics for A-Level, by Mark Dimmock & Andrew Fisher

By Mark Dimmock and Andrew Fisher. Tailored to the Ethics components of AQA Philosophy and OCR Religious Studies. What does pleasure have to do with morality? What role, if any, should intuition have in the formation of moral theory? If something is ‘simulated’, can it be immoral? This accessible and wide-ranging textbook explores these questions and many more. Key ideas in the fields of normative ethics, metaethics and applied ethics are explained rigorously and systematically, with a vivid writing style that enlivens the topics with energy and wit. Individual theories are discussed in detail in the first part of the book, before these positions are applied to a wide range of contemporary situations including business ethics, sexual ethics, and the acceptability of eating animals. A wealth of real-life examples, set out with depth and care, illuminate the complexities of different ethical approaches while conveying their modern-day relevance. This concise and highly engaging resource is tailored to the Ethics components of AQA Philosophy and OCR Religious Studies, with a clear and practical layout that includes end-of-chapter summaries, key terms, and common mistakes to avoid. It should also be of practical use for those studying Philosophy as part of the International Baccalaureate or an introductory Philosophy course at university. Ethics for A-Level is of particular value to students and teachers, but Fisher and Dimmock’s precise and scholarly approach will appeal to anyone seeking a rigorous and lively introduction to the challenging subject of ethics.
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REVISION BOARD GAME - AQA PHILOSOPHY PACK

REVISION BOARD GAME - AQA PHILOSOPHY PACK

Revision tools for AQA Philosophy Teachers (KS5) Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
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Revision quotations for OCR A2 philosophy

Revision quotations for OCR A2 philosophy

An indispensable set of quotations (40 in total) separated into individual topics. Each quotation identifies the specific way in which the quotation relates to the topic. They have been selected because they are succinct and central. Absolutely vital preparation for the exam and this crib sheet saves a lot of time. Year after year grateful pupils print these out and use them as a revision aid.
jgabelman
A2 AQA Philosophy 13 x Revision Sessions [Complete Set for Every Section of A2 Content!] Metaphysics of God & Metaphysics of Mind

A2 AQA Philosophy 13 x Revision Sessions [Complete Set for Every Section of A2 Content!] Metaphysics of God & Metaphysics of Mind

Designed for teachers using the new AQA Philosophy specification (teaching from 2017 onward). This bundle contains 13 x revision sessions that cover the entire Epistemology and Moral Philosophy sections of the AS content. The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways: -As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams -Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning -During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs) This revision session features: -A ‘grid of learning’ post-it task (to focus students on the day’s topic and refresh their memories of the basics) -A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper) -A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach] -Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding ‘One thing I am still uncertain about…’ post-it question. Please see our other bundles, the larger the bundle the greater the saving! Use this URL to find them: goo.gl/o3xGyj Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
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AQA Philosophy - A2 Revision Bundle [ Metaphysics of Mind] (NEW SPEC!) Covers:  Dualism (Substance & Property), Mind Brain Type Identity Theory, Physicalism / Behaviourism , Eliminative Materialism and 'What do we Mean by Mind?' topics.

AQA Philosophy - A2 Revision Bundle [ Metaphysics of Mind] (NEW SPEC!) Covers: Dualism (Substance & Property), Mind Brain Type Identity Theory, Physicalism / Behaviourism , Eliminative Materialism and 'What do we Mean by Mind?' topics.

Designed for teachers using the new AQA Philosophy specification (teaching from 2017 onwards). This bundle contains 7 x revision sessions that cover the entire Metaphysics of Mind section of the A2 content. The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways: -As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams -Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning -During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs) This revision session features: -A ‘grid of learning’ post-it task (to focus students on the day’s topic and refresh their memories of the basics) -A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper) -A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach] -Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding ‘One thing I am still uncertain about…’ post-it question. Please see our other bundles, the larger the bundle the greater the saving! Use this URL to find them: goo.gl/o3xGyj Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
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Functionalism ( AQA Philosophy ) Metaphysics of Mind - Revision Session AS/ A2 KS5 Functionalist

Functionalism ( AQA Philosophy ) Metaphysics of Mind - Revision Session AS/ A2 KS5 Functionalist

Designed for teachers using the new AQA Philosophy specification (teaching from 2017 onwards). This revision session covers the ‘Functionalism’ section of the specification. The topic is a part of the Metaphysics of Mind component of the A2 course. This download contains one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification. It includes a fully animated revision session PowerPoint and a set of ‘silent debate’ A3 worksheets. All resources are editable. The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways: -As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams -Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning -During extra-curricular time (KS5 Philosophy Clubs) This revision session features: -A ‘grid of learning’ post-it task (to focus students on the day’s topic and refresh their memories of the basics) -A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper) -A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach] -Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding ‘One thing I am still uncertain about…’ post-it question. This session can be purchased individually or as part of various bundles depending on your needs. Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents and tasks may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson. Copyright Adam Godwin (2017) [Godwin86] godwin86@gmail.com
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Eliminative Materialism ( AQA Philosophy ) Metaphysics of Mind - Revision Session AS/ A2 KS5

Eliminative Materialism ( AQA Philosophy ) Metaphysics of Mind - Revision Session AS/ A2 KS5

Designed for teachers using the new AQA Philosophy specification (teaching from 2017 onwards). This revision session covers the ‘Eliminative Materialism’ section of the specification. The topic is a part of the Metaphysics of Mind component of the A2 course. This download contains one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification. It includes a fully animated revision session PowerPoint and a set of ‘silent debate’ A3 worksheets. All resources are editable. The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways: -As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams -Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning -During extra-curricular time (KS5 Philosophy Clubs) This revision session features: -A ‘grid of learning’ post-it task (to focus students on the day’s topic and refresh their memories of the basics) -A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper) -A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach] -Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding ‘One thing I am still uncertain about…’ post-it question. This session can be purchased individually or as part of various bundles depending on your needs. Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents and tasks may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson. Copyright Adam Godwin (2017) [Godwin86] godwin86@gmail.com
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Mind Brain Type Identity Theory ( AQA Philosophy ) Metaphysics of Mind - Revision Session AS/ A2 KS5

Mind Brain Type Identity Theory ( AQA Philosophy ) Metaphysics of Mind - Revision Session AS/ A2 KS5

Designed for teachers using the new AQA Philosophy specification (teaching from 2017 onwards). This revision session covers the ‘Mind Brain Type Identity Theory’ section of the specification. The topic is a part of the Metaphysics of Mind component of the A2 course. This download contains one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification. It includes a fully animated revision session PowerPoint and a set of ‘silent debate’ A3 worksheets. All resources are editable. The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways: -As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams -Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning -During extra-curricular time (KS5 Philosophy Clubs) This revision session features: -A ‘grid of learning’ post-it task (to focus students on the day’s topic and refresh their memories of the basics) -A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper) -A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach] -Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding ‘One thing I am still uncertain about…’ post-it question. This session can be purchased individually or as part of various bundles depending on your needs. Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents and tasks may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson. Copyright Adam Godwin (2017) [Godwin86] godwin86@gmail.com
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Physicalism / Behaviourism ( AQA Philosophy ) Metaphysics of Mind - Revision Session AS/ A2 KS5

Physicalism / Behaviourism ( AQA Philosophy ) Metaphysics of Mind - Revision Session AS/ A2 KS5

Designed for teachers using the new AQA Philosophy specification (teaching from 2017 onwards). This revision session covers the ‘Physicalism’ section of the specification (discussing hard and soft behaviourism). The topic is a part of the Metaphysics of Mind component of the A2 course. This download contains one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification. It includes a fully animated revision session PowerPoint and a set of ‘silent debate’ A3 worksheets. All resources are editable. The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways: -As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams -Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning -During extra-curricular time (KS5 Philosophy Clubs) This revision session features: -A ‘grid of learning’ post-it task (to focus students on the day’s topic and refresh their memories of the basics) -A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper) -A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach] -Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding ‘One thing I am still uncertain about…’ post-it question. This session can be purchased individually or as part of various bundles depending on your needs. Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents and tasks may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson. Copyright Adam Godwin (2017) [Godwin86] godwin86@gmail.com
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AQA Philosophy AS Revision Sessions (x12) Epistemology & Moral Philosophy ( KS5 AQA Philosophy )

AQA Philosophy AS Revision Sessions (x12) Epistemology & Moral Philosophy ( KS5 AQA Philosophy )

Designed for teachers using the new AQA Philosophy specification (teaching from 2017 onwards). This bundle contains 12 x revision sessions that cover the entire Epistemology and Moral Philosophy sections of the AS content. The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways: -As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams -Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning -During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs) This revision session features: -A ‘grid of learning’ post-it task (to focus students on the day’s topic and refresh their memories of the basics) -A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper) -A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach] -Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding ‘One thing I am still uncertain about…’ post-it question. Please see our other bundles, the larger the bundle the greater the saving! Use this URL to find them: goo.gl/o3xGyj Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
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AQA Philosophy (NEW SPEC!) - AS Revision Bundle [ Epistemology ] Covers: Direct Realism, Indirect Realism (Locke), Berkeley's Idealism , Innatism, Intuition & Deduction [Cogito, Descartes, Trademark Argument], What is Knowledge?' and 'The Limits of Knowledge'! [7 x Revision Sessions!]

AQA Philosophy (NEW SPEC!) - AS Revision Bundle [ Epistemology ] Covers: Direct Realism, Indirect Realism (Locke), Berkeley's Idealism , Innatism, Intuition & Deduction [Cogito, Descartes, Trademark Argument], What is Knowledge?' and 'The Limits of Knowledge'! [7 x Revision Sessions!]

Designed for teachers using the new AQA Philosophy specification (teaching from 2017 onwards). This bundle contains 7 x revision sessions that cover the entire Epistemology section of the AS content. The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways: -As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams -Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning -During extra-curricular time (KS5 Religious Studies Clubs) This revision session features: -A ‘grid of learning’ post-it task (to focus students on the day’s topic and refresh their memories of the basics) -A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper) -A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach] -Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding ‘One thing I am still uncertain about…’ post-it question. Please see our other bundles, the larger the bundle the greater the saving! Use this URL to find them: goo.gl/o3xGyj Check-out some of my most popular resources: GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
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What is Knowledge? ( AQA Philosophy ) Epistemology Revision Session AS / A2 / KS5 - Many Activities

What is Knowledge? ( AQA Philosophy ) Epistemology Revision Session AS / A2 / KS5 - Many Activities

Designed for teachers using the new AQA Philosophy specification (teaching from 2017 onwards). This revision session covers the ‘What is knowledge?’ section of the specification. The topic is a part of the Epistemology component of the AS course. This download contains one of a series of revision sessions that use a variety of mind-mapping, discussion and debate tasks to cover a section of the specification. It includes a fully animated revision session PowerPoint and a set of ‘silent debate’ A3 worksheets. All resources are editable. The revision sessions can be used in a number of ways: -As revision sessions during a revision period of term-time leading up to exams -Sandwiched between lessons as they are taught throughout the year as a way of solidifying and assessing learning -During extra-curricular time (KS5 Philosophy Clubs) This revision session features: -A ‘grid of learning’ post-it task (to focus students on the day’s topic and refresh their memories of the basics) -A 'competitive mind-mapping task (which can be completed on the whiteboard or on A3 paper) -A silent debate task (with 6 x A3 silent debate worksheets in an editable .doc file) [nb. allowing group conversation, instead of silence, is also an effective approach] -Debates that ask students to move from one side of the room or the other and verbalise a defence of their position in response to a statement or rubric. -A concluding ‘One thing I am still uncertain about…’ post-it question. This session can be purchased individually or as part of various bundles depending on your needs. Please note: the cover picture depicts some of the activities that make up this revision session, the wording within those tasks is adapted to the topic specified above and may differ from the wording depicted. Contents and tasks may vary slightly between revision sessions. The cover photo is, however, a fair depiction of the contents of the lesson. Copyright Adam Godwin (2017)
godwin86
Model Essays for A2 level philosophy

Model Essays for A2 level philosophy

A collection of typed essays by pupils all scoring between 90-100% marked by an examiner. Topics include religious language, miracles, life after death, the soul and the nature of God. Written as part of the OCR A2 course, but topics are compatible with other exam boards. 22 pages of typed work.
jgabelman
History Skills

History Skills

This excellent bundle contains a range of history skills that will ensure your students not only embrace history but excel at it. Each pack is focussed on a different skill and uses genuine Key Stage topics to demonstrate how the skill can be taught and used. The advantage of all of these packs is that that they are not exclusive to any one period or age group. Once used, these skills will create numerous benefits for both teacher and student.
IQResources
Twentieth Century History Year 9 & KS4

Twentieth Century History Year 9 & KS4

This is a complete set of resources for all your Twentieth century KS3 (and 4) History needs. From the outbreak of the First World War, through to the Trenches, D-Day, the Atomic Bomb and even the Cold War, this pack gives a range of exercises, tasks, projects and discussions for your students. There are also unique lesson activities that aim to really develop a sense of historical understanding and empathy amongst your students. The pack contains, handouts, schemes of work, Lesson notes and PowerPoints. Basically everything you need to deliver excellent, informative and quality lessons.
IQResources
OCR A2 Religious Studies (Philosophy) -William James Revision

OCR A2 Religious Studies (Philosophy) -William James Revision

Included is a model essay 'Critically assess the aims and conclusions of William James’ “Varieties of Religious Experience”. Shows how to get an A*. AO1 -Black AO2 -Red Power point which has some tasks and helps students to write paragraphs with the AO1/then AO2 format Also couple easy to get work book pages (adapted from someone else) This helps weaker students
boylondon50
"Achieving Demanufacture" TEDx talk

"Achieving Demanufacture" TEDx talk

link: http://youtu.be/RMT18tQe3A8 Alastair Arnott is a lecturer in Education at the University of Wolverhampton and speaks internationally. He is thoroughly passionate about empowering children through psychology and education system revolution. Praised by Prof Noam Chomsky of MIT in the US and Prof Mick Waters in the UK, Alastair is a funny, engaging and focused academic. Alastair’s first book: ‘Positive Failure’ [published by Cambridge Academic] has already ruffled the feathers of the political establishment and his second book promises to shake the very ground of an education system in crisis. He has spent a decade working in some of the UK’s most deprived inner city secondary schools. Alastair provides a rigorous, controversial and hard hitting case for why, when and how to achieve educational demanufacture.
Alastair717
Corporate religious experience:  the Eucharist, Taize, and charismatic worship (Hillsong). OCR A2.

Corporate religious experience: the Eucharist, Taize, and charismatic worship (Hillsong). OCR A2.

Powerpoint providing examples of corporate religious experience. From the ethereal chords of Mozart's Requiem to the base guitar and full rock band of megachurch Hillsong Australia, how does music influence religious experience? Finishes with an investigation into charismatic phenomena (signs and wonders, esp healing and glossolalia) and also a research task into the Toronto Blessing.
sharonp680
If Christians can eat prawns, why is gay sex wrong? Sexual ethics for OCR A2

If Christians can eat prawns, why is gay sex wrong? Sexual ethics for OCR A2

Prawns? Lycra? Gay sex?Aren't the Old Testament's prohibitions against shellfish, mixed fibres and homosexuality indicative of an arbitrary and outdated morality? This lesson on homosexuality examines Biblical texts, discusses the meaning of the 'moral' and 'ceremonial' laws, introduces a Foucaultian persective on sexuality as power, and gives three personal stories - Rev Vaughan Roberts, Mark Cannon, and Vicky Beeching (shortlised for Stonewall's Hero of the Year award, 2014). Students encouraged to analyse the differing perspectives within one faith tradition and to finish with an essay plan on the role conscience plays in sexual matters.
sharonp680
AS OCR Ethics notes

AS OCR Ethics notes

At the request of my AS students I have created five revision sheets for AS OCR Ethics. Only highlighting key points as a basic revision resource for them. The idea being that they can add more information/quotes etc. depending on individual requirements.
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Extra marital sex: a deontological approach. Sexual ethics OCR A2

Extra marital sex: a deontological approach. Sexual ethics OCR A2

Exploration of deontological approaches to marriage and sex, with a particular focus on Immanuel Kant. Are extramarital and premarital sex irrational? Also features a youtube video, 'C.S. Lewis' famous essay 'We have no right to happiness', which proved very provocative with my students! A great discussion starter on the differences between deontological and teleological approaches in sexual ethics.
sharonp680
Booklet of OCR RS Ethics Essay Questions

Booklet of OCR RS Ethics Essay Questions

This is a booklet that has every past paper A2 Ethics question to date with a blank essay plan for the students to write their plans into. I ring bound this and gave it to them with a plastic cover. Essays were set for homework or revision. PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW.
lucyegray
WAYS OF WISDOM

WAYS OF WISDOM

Moral Philosophy Lessons 15 one hour lessons for all ages from medieval to modern philosophers Lesson have speaking and listening focus For full download see: www.easyatlast.weebly.com
Dbsn
Complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Society

Complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Society

This collection of Power Points is a complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Society based on the study of Christianity and Islam. No further planning necessary - Simply download and teach! Tasks included, along with hyperlinks that link to various media clips (check before using). Please note, resources are complete even though some front pages appear to be missing. Primarily references the Gordon Reid, Sarah Tyler textbooks. Other resources used, suitable for all grades. Exam skills and revision techniques included. If you purchase, please leave a review :)
joeybird
Complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Life

Complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Life

This collection of Power Points is a complete teaching resource for Edexcel GCSE Religion and Life based on the study of Christianity and Islam. No further planning necessary - Simply download and teach! Tasks included, along with hyperlinks that link to various media clips (check before using). Primarily references the Gordon Reid, Sarah Tyler textbooks. Other resources used, suitable for all grades. Exam skills and revision techniques included. If you purchase, please leave a review :)
joeybird
OCR Philosophy of Religion A2 Nature of God: is Hell a just punishment?

OCR Philosophy of Religion A2 Nature of God: is Hell a just punishment?

Dr William Lane Craig (Kalam Cosmological Argument) and Dr Ray Bradley (Possible Worlds) debate on the issue of hell. Can God be loving and just and send people to hell for ever? Do people have a choice in the matter, or are the 'doors of hell locked on the inside?' This resource contains extracts from a stimulating debate, held at Simon Fraser University.
sharonp680