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The Philosophy of Music Debate Generator! (P4C for Music Teachers) [Discussion Generator] KS3-5

The Philosophy of Music Debate Generator! (P4C for Music Teachers) [Discussion Generator] KS3-5

Download this for FREE... If you're an existing user enter the code VALUEDCUSTOMER* If you're a new user enter the code OUTSTANDINGOCT at the checkout** *Expires Oct 31st **Expires Oct 22nd! This PowerPoint contains 101 philosophical debates for the music classroom. It covers a broad array of topics: all aim to trigger philosophical debates and discussions that relate to music. Each debate slide asks students to move to one side of the room or the other to make their position clear: teachers should then use questioning to foster a debate between students, encouraging them to present reasons for their choice and defend their position. It also includes a 'randomiser' slide so that you can generate random debate topics instantly. It is aimed at students aged 12-18: as with many philosophical issues, these are engaging for young people and adults! There are many uses: -End of lesson discussions in the music classroom -Instant cover lessons for music teachers -Form-time/tutor-groups -Debating societies -Boosting SMSC in music classrooms -Boosting cross-curricular links in music classrooms -Fostering cross-curricular links to music in other subjects! Please leave a positive review if you like the download!
Maxi88
Tes online safety special

Tes online safety special

This downloadable PDF contains a wealth of safeguarding information from Tes magazine's online safety special, including: - An exclusive look into the work carried out by the Metropolitan Police's "paedophile unit", tasked with combating online sex crimes against children - An interview with Lorin LaFave, whose 14-year-old son was groomed online and murdered - A teacher's guide to the dark web - What to do when pornography is brought into schools - How pupils can help you fight online threats - The student who transformed tech into a way to beat cyberbullying - An approach to a classroom discussion on the ethics of pornography
TES_Editorial
Tes online safety special

Tes online safety special

This downloadable PDF contains a wealth of safeguarding information from Tes magazine's online safety special, including: - An exclusive look into the work carried out by the Metropolitan Police's "paedophile unit", tasked with combating online sex crimes against children - An interview with Lorin LaFave, whose 14-year-old son was groomed online and murdered - A teacher's guide to the dark web - What to do when pornography is brought into schools - How pupils can help you fight online threats - The student who transformed tech into a way to beat cyberbullying - An approach to a classroom discussion on the ethics of pornography
TesNewsTeam
Ethics presentation lessons - 21 ethic questions with sources for and against

Ethics presentation lessons - 21 ethic questions with sources for and against

This is a comprehensive set of lesson resources that I have created for form lesson time. The lessons begin with the PowerPoint that introduces a brief history of ethics (religion, Socrates, Kant) then gets students to consider what we mean by the term 'ethics'. A definition is provided. The teacher then goes through how the presentations will be structured and tips for giving a good quality presentation. Students then select which one of the 21 questions they would like to investigate using the sources that have been carefully provided. Many of these sources I have come across (e.g. the Sports Gene, James Mitchell). Others I have had to research. Websites links are provided. Students then plan their presentations and present for 3 to 5 minutes. There is a checklist that can be used to provide feedback. The pictures used are not under copyright protection.
rs007
Presentation on Deontology (A Level WJEC/Eduqas Religious Studies)

Presentation on Deontology (A Level WJEC/Eduqas Religious Studies)

Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: Duty and Prescriptive Ethics, Goodness and Moral Law, Moral Imperatives, The Categorical Imperative, Freedom and Accountability, Strengths and Weaknesses of Kant and Deontology, A Modern Approach: Thomas Nagel and A Modern Critique: Peter Singer.
jh081326
Presentation on Business Ethics (A Level WJEC/Eduqas Religious Studies)

Presentation on Business Ethics (A Level WJEC/Eduqas Religious Studies)

Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: Example of Slavery, Unethical Business? The Relationship Between Business and Consumers, Consumer, Cyber-Crime and Surveillance, Good or Bad? The Relationship Between Employers and Employees, Whistle-Blowing, The Relationship between Business and Globalisation, The Reasons for Globalisation, Globalisation: Good or Bad? Exploitation Vs Benefits, Globalisation and Unfair Trade – Free Choice Defence, Better than Nothing Defence, No Sweat Movement, Legality Defence, Possibility Defence, Anti-Globalisation, Business and the Environment and Case Study: Anglo American.
jh081326
Cloning

Cloning

A PowerPoint which can be used as a lesson plan. Guides students through key ethical and philosophical questions, includes links to clips about Dolly the Sheep and Mammoth cloning, includes a card sort and creative activity.
H0mers
A Level Theology: Essay/Revision AO1 & AO2 Evaluation Sheet! #Proforma

A Level Theology: Essay/Revision AO1 & AO2 Evaluation Sheet! #Proforma

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don't really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource to be used for OCR A Level Theology, but could be used for any exam board or level. It’s a designed to be used as a key revision summary sheet. This sheet allows students to successfully plan and develop an essay, step-by-step, including everything they need to achieve the top grades! Split into two separate sections; AO1 and AO2. Which allows students to plan their essay exactly while focusing on what they are going to write, how and critically evaluating their arguments. Allows students to plan for each assessment objectives, showing the examiner that they know what they are talking about, in a well organised, justified and evaluative manor. Encourages students to plan and write questions that they should be answering in the essay, to successfully and effectively answer the question! Reminds students that they should be constantly linking back to the question! A great way to plan an essay, to successful balance and counter argue concepts and arguments within content specification. Breaking down, what students need to know and add in their essay and key revision of content into simple and effective break-downs. Easily adaptable for any form of theology; philosophy, ethics or developments. Ready to go, plan for an essay. Great to use when planning an essay as a class, individually or to use for independent study of revision of key content areas. ************************************************************************************************************************ If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
AllRoundResources
A Level Theology: Evaluation Summary Sheet! #Proforma

A Level Theology: Evaluation Summary Sheet! #Proforma

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don't really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource to be used for OCR A Level Theology, but could be used for any exam board or level. It’s a designed to be used as a key revision summary sheet. This sheet allows students to successfully plan and develop an essay, step-by-step. A great way to plan an essay, to successful balance and counter argue concepts and arguments within content specification. Breaking down, what students need to know and add in their essay and key revision of content into simple and effective break-downs. Easily adaptable for any form of theology; philosophy, ethics or developments. Ready to go, plan for an essay. Great to use when planning an essay as a class, individually or to use for independent study of revision of key content areas. ************************************************************************************************************************ If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
AllRoundResources
Presentation on Science & Religion (A Level Edexcel Religious Studies)

Presentation on Science & Religion (A Level Edexcel Religious Studies)

Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: Can Science and Religion Be Compatible? Compatible? Big Bang Theory, John Polikinghorne, What did Darwin think? Creationism, Problem of Geological Evidence, Scopes Trial, Modern Creationists, Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Michael Behe, Analogy of the Mousetrap - Aspects of Life and Critics of ID.
jh081326