'What Does it Mean to be Moral?' -KS3- Moral Philosophy, Animal Rights & Religion [7 Lessons]

Complete teaching resources for KS3 Religious Studies topic 'What does it mean to be moral?'
Originally designed for mixed ability year 9 classes.

The aim of this module is to:

-Introduce utilitarianism and deontology to students
-Foster debates about the nature of morality as well as specific moral issues.
-Introduce the concept of animal rights.
-Explain religious attitudes to animal rights.

Specific lesson topics are:

-The nature of morality
-Debating Moral Issues
-Animal Rights / Animal Testing
-Religious Attitudes to Animal Rights
-Assessment Lesson

Lesson Powerpoints are contained in a single file.

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  • Animal-ethics-for-card-sort.docx
  • Animal-Ethics-Poster-Design-Pictures.docx
  • Animal-Ethics-Roleplay-Sheets.docx
  • Animal-Testing-is-Wrong-ASSESSMENT-2014.docx
  • Levelled-Assessment-Guide.docx
  • Religious-Attitudes-to-Animals-for-Wall-Knowledge-Hunt.docx
  • Religious-Attitudes-to-Animals-for-Wall-Knowlege-Hunt-Worksheet.docx
  • Religious-Attitudes-to-Animals.docx
  • Teacher-Sheet-for-HOTSEAT-and-Memory-Game.docx
  • Test-key-words.pptx
  • Utilitarian-Homework.docx
  • Wall-Hunt-Clues-for-differentiated-Levelled-Assessment.docx
  • What-does-it-mean-to-be-moral.pptx

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Created: Sep 29, 2016

Updated: Sep 19, 2019


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