A lesson and knowledge organizer covering all the essential aspects of the AQA spec for A Level RE. Fully resourced and ready to teach. KO is fill-in-the-gaps and can be completed as students go in the lesson or for homework. This can easily be adapted for other exam boards.
This powerpoint briefly details the essentials of Natural Moral Law in a 14 slide presentation. It outlines the basics of Natural Moral Law that you need to know for the new 2017 AQA Religious Studies specification. Students can go through this at home to begin understanding the theory or teachers can use this in class as a recap lesson. This powerpoint is part of the ‘basics range’, please refer to my shop for more presentations in this range.
30 Question and Answer Flashcards covering the key elements of Natural Moral Law, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of the topic. Flashcards can simply be cut out and folded in half, creating double sided cards. Originally created as an A level revision source in line with Edexcel Religious Studies 2016.
Four sheets that can be deployed as an activity within a lesson, for revision or as a homework. The task requires students to read through the information and then complete the worksheet which helps ensure the right information is noted down. The task culminates with an essay style question which can be adapted to any of the exam boards for A Level or GCSE. Compatible with WJEC/Eduqas, AQA, and OCR. Please leave a comment if you enjoy the resource and let me know if there are any others that you would like.
40 page revision booklet with key information and tasks relating to Aquinas' Natural Moral Law, looking at the classical foundations and modern iterations. Prepared for Edexcel Religious Studies A Level (2016) but suitable for any teaching of Natural Moral Law.
This is a selection of resources designed to allow students to revise independently in a lesson. It includes a Knowledge Organiser, Evaluation Questions and a Key Word Table. It is based on AQA A Level specification.
Natural Moral Law full Edexcel scheme of work. Workbook containing all necessary information - includes extra information. Includes tasks after each sub-section. (26 pages long). Used alongside my lesson throughout the scheme of work. All in chronological order associated with the module.
A presentation that goes over the key points of Natural Moral Law, including a discussion on if it is teleological/deontological, the Doctrine of Double Effect, and Proportionalism. Can be given to students to revise from, as it provides the basics but does not delve into strengths, weaknesses or evaluation, so students have the opportunity to discover that for themselves.
Key notes for A-Level ethics on natural moral law. Please look at my other resources.
Crib Sheet that I use to remind myself of important issues when students are studying Natural Moral Law and its application to Abortion. Useful for any A Level spec. Could be given to students for their notes.
This is a PPT which includes a comprehensive inclusion of every part of the Natural Law Theory that would be needed to be taught up to A Level. It has been used with legacy and new examination specifications. The PPT includes 3 separate learning objectives which can be used in 2 or 3 different lessons if needed: 1. To explain Natural Moral Law as a theory of ethics 2. To analyse the usefulness of NML in the modern day context of ethical behaviour 3. To evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of Natural Moral Law This lesson has been graded outstanding.
Examine how faith in God may be challenged by natural and moral evil
A series of lessons on NML including an assessment for A level Eduqas exam board.
**Key Stage 5 (KS5) Religion & Ethics Knowledge Organiser: Natural Moral Law ** This is a one-page Knowledge Organiser designed for Sixth Form students taking Religious Studies or Philosophy A-Level. It contains key content, key words and suggested wider readings. The following content is contained within the Knowledge Organiser: St. Thomas Aquinas’ Natural Moral Law; The Doctrine of Double Effect; The Strengtsh & Weaknesses of Natural Moral Law; This Knowledge Organiser is suitable for the following exam specifications: OCR Religious Studies (A-Level) , AQA Religious Studies (A-Level), Edexcel Religious Studies (A-Level) and Eduqas WJEC) Religious Studies (A-Level).
Here is my whole scheme of work for my Natural Moral Law course. It has 5 lessons surrounding the key areas studied,
This is an introduction to natural moral law steaming from Aristotle to St. Thomas Aquinas.
Key Stage 5 (KS5) Religion & Ethics Knowledge Organiser: Euthanasia - Natural Moral Law This is a one-page Knowledge Organiser designed for Sixth Form students taking Religious Studies or Philosophy A-Level. It contains key content, key words and suggested wider readings. The following content is contained within the Knowledge Organiser: Sanctity & Quality of Life Active & Passive Euthanasia Voluntary & Involuntary Euthanasia This Knowledge Organiser is suitable for the following exam specifications: OCR Religious Studies (A-Level) , AQA Religious Studies (A-Level), Edexcel Religious Studies (A-Level) and Eduqas WJEC) Religious Studies (A-Level)
A very brief list of strengths and weaknesses of natural moral law.
This is a comprehensive, critical essay plan on natural law ethics, covering many aspects of Aquinas’ explanation, along with evaluative pointers and critics to add weight to your argument. The detail in this plan provides a variety of approaches that can be taken when writing an essay regarding natural law ethics. This essay is applicable to a general question on Aquinas’ ethics as a helpful method as well as being able to be tailored to an essay focusing specifically on telos. The content in this document, if correct links are made, can be used to answer many essay Qs in the following topics, accessing level 5/6 bands for AO1 and AO2 when writing essays. These essays contain very nice broad introductions (AO1), that can be applied to any NML essay and conclusion (AO2), needing to be tailored to specific Q.
This is a revision poster on Natural Moral Law for the Ethics section of A Level Religious Studies. It focuses on the content of the ethical theory, so it can be applied to any exam specification.