A Philosophy and Ethics unit for KS3 (probably Year 9 or high ability year 8.) Philosophy section includes: An introduction to Philosophy What is the meaning of life? Body and Soul. Life after death. Ethics section includes: Moral Dilemmas. Absolute vs Relative. Ethical Theories. Designer Babies. Euthanasia.
A summary of each topic in the two units of the Edexcel A philosophy and ethics of Catholic Christianity paper
12 hours of fully resourced Philosophy lessons and an assessment offering an introduction to Philosophy for KS3/4. All lessons include a 1 or 2 hour PowerPoint, clips, worksheets and are differentiated fully to three or four levels. All our RE, PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :) Or you can check out some of our most popular PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources below: Mental Health PSHE Bundle 1 Whole Year of PSHE Resources British Values Citizenship Bundle Careers, Employment and Enterprise Bundle Islam Bundle Sex and Relationships Education
Designed as an introduction to philosophy and ethics in year 9, looking at key philosophical skills and the types of ethical questions discussed at philosophy and ethics GCSE.
A lesson looking at Aristotle's function argument and eudaimonia
A detailed scheme of work created for our [Introduction to Religion, Philosophy and Ethics Unit] which covers one term’s resources and includes an assessment and mark scheme. This was created for our Complete Year 8 RE package, which can be found on Tes here. Who are EC Resources? EC Resources are the top TES PSHE providers and are a group of teachers who work together to create easy to use, high quality and editable lessons and units of work. We have created lessons for The Bank of England, The Children’s Commissioner, MACS Charity, Tes, LikeToBe Careers, the Criminal Cases Review Commission (UK Gov) and have also completed PSHE and Citizenship commissions for schools across the UK. Check out our RE and PSHE Packages here: One Year of KS3 RE Complete KS3 PSHE and RSE Complete KS4 PSHE and RSE One Year of KS5 PSHE and RSE One Year of Citizenship and British Values Complete Year 7 and 8 RE Complete Careers and Employability AQA Citizenship GCSE Mega Pack We also run psheresources.com and you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Teaching PSHE, RE or Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 8000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing.
AQA syllabus Religious Studies for Philosophy and Ethics. An A-level lesson introducing the concept of philosophy with a particular focus on exploring meta-ethics. There is an outline of the major branches of philosophy introduced through video clips from popular Hollywood films to allow students to connect with the quite abstract nature of philosophical inquiry; meta-physics, epistemology, meta-ethics, philosophy of religion, philosophy of mind, philosophy of language and ethics. If watching all clips and allowing for discussion of student understanding, this can last a full 60 minute lesson, This is followed by a peer-teach style lesson on meta-ethics, where peer-teachers are chosen from among the students (I usually choose high ability) and the rest of the class carousel between them to gather information. This is followed by a reflection using De Bono's Hats. The meta-ethics element of the lesson can also be stretched to last 60 minutes, making this cover 2 sessions. This lesson always divides the class into those inspired and those who feel their brain has been squashed - I love teaching it.
Based around the question 'What is Philosophy and Ethics?', this display looks at RE/ Philosophy & Ethics from different viewpoints: politics, maths, history, writing, science etc to show why RE/ Philosophy & Ethics is important today!
OCR, Philosophy of Religion, Religious Ethics. Student and teacher handbook for OCR Philosophy of Religion and Religious Ethics. Lays out learning outcomes and essay questions for each section. With a detailed breakdown of each section drawing upon past paper, the specification and examiner reports.
An easy to follow end of unit assessment, mark scheme and feedback sheet for an introduction unit on philosophy and ethics. It has been created for the EC Publishing Introduction to Philosophy unit, but is editable and can be tweaked to suit your own. This is perfect as part of a KS3/KS4 RE or philosophy unit and focuses on philosophers, theories and fallacies. Who are EC Resources? EC Resources are the top TES PSHE providers and are a group of teachers who work together to create easy to use, high quality and editable lessons and units of work. We have created lessons for The Children’s Commissioner, MACS Charity, Tes, LikeToBe Careers, the Criminal Cases Review Commission (UK Gov) and have also completed PSHE and Citizenship commissions for schools across the UK. Check out our RE and PSHE Packages here: RE lessons and units Complete KS3 PSHE and RSE Complete KS4 PSHE and RSE One Year of KS5 PSHE and RSE One Year of Citizenship and British Values Complete Year 7 and 8 RE Complete Careers and Employability AQA Citizenship GCSE Mega Pack We also run psheresources.com and you can contact us at email@example.com Teaching PSHE, RE or Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 8000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing.
KS5 Revision resource with a concise glossary of main terminology used in the modules of Religious Philosophy and Ethics. This resource will help students to use and understand these words correctly.
This book is meant to be used as an inspirational ethical guide. It contains imaginative conversations between a teenager (John) and his teacher. Several philosophical and ethical issues are discussed: love, religion, thinking, good / evil, the self, etc.. The texts of the book are accompanied by original pictures and beautiful works of art.
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Full working documents for revision or independent study for the topic of Philosophy and Ethics: Good and Evil, Relationships, Life and Death and Human Rights. Document includes a variety of tasks, from mind-mapping to letter and script writing, to embed learning from each of the topics below. Learning and revision for the entire Philosophy and Ethics course. Download as an editable Word document and as a PDF, for compatibility. Booklets focuses on Philosophy and Ethics from a Christian perspective. Created with the WJEC / Eduqas RS GCSE in mind, though can be applied across specifications and qualifications. As an examiner for this specification, I have used what I know of the course to create this resource. Please give feedback! I am always happy to respond to comments - whether positive or constructive - this will help to improve the quality of my resources in the future and, more importantly, the quality of pupils’ RE/RS education in general - which is what we’re all here for!
This bundle is made up a detailed handbook which can easily work with both workbooks with matching headings to combined together. The Ethics quotes are a useful way of helping to share and display key religious teachings
The lesson discusses what it means to be a good person and ethics. Level: Advanced (C1) Time: 90 min+ Age: 15+ Language: discussing what it means to be a good person. Additional resources: lesson uses YouTube.
Full set of A* grade notes for Virtue Ethics for AQA Philosophy 7172 ‘The good’ for human beings: the meaning of Eudaimonia as the ‘final end’ and the relationship between Eudaimonia and pleasure. The function argument and the relationship between virtues and function. Aristotle’s account of virtues and vices: virtues as character traits/dispositions; the role of education/habituation in the development of a moral character; the skill analogy; the importance of feelings; the doctrine of the mean and its application to particular virtues. Moral responsibility: voluntary, involuntary and non-voluntary actions. The relationship between virtues, actions and reasons and the role of practical reasoning/practical wisdom. Issues including: whether Aristotelian virtue ethics can give sufficiently clear guidance about how to act clashing/competing virtues the possibility of circularity involved in defining virtuous acts and virtuous persons in terms of each other whether a trait must contribute to Eudaimonia in order to be a virtue; the relationship between the good for the individual and moral good.
I have compiled over 30 10, 15 and 25 mark exam questions for the new spec A Level exam in RS Philosophy and ethics. Spreadsheet can be given to students so they can keep track of which questions they have attempted and the marks awarded. Note that the optional religion included here is Christianity (questions for the other religion options have not been included).
This Bundle includes two different lessons sequences, one on Logic and one on Ethic, and easily includes enough content to take up a term of lessons at one hour a week. Once the students have completed the sequences, they should have a sophisticated understanding of the different ethical theories included, and a strong working knowledge of logical argument. The lessons were designed for a very gifted KS3 set however, I’ve also used them for KS4 RE Core lessons.
This handbook of 146 pages covers the full 12 units of the OCR philosophy and applied ethics course. It includes Test yourself questions, past paper questions, key quotes, and a glossary.
This visually stunning poster provides a moral dilemma for students to consider. An accident in a mine leaves a member of th group with a very difficult decision to make. What should she do? An ideal way of generating group discussion and also providing a stimulating Poster for your classroom. Provided as a jpeg file for printing at various sizes or inserting into your own documents.