A lesson looking at Aristotle's function argument and eudaimonia
Everything you need to teach utilitarianism for AQA Philosophy A Level. 10 PPT lessons, but 12-13 hours of teaching as the final part involves students giving presentations on the issues. Lots of discussion tasks and thought experiments. HW is suggested for every lesson. Recap tasks in every lesson. Each PPT has a short and long plenary option to help with lesson timings. Exam practice included. Worksheets and discussion tasks, as well as extension activities. Key word crossword (with answers, easy and harder versions). 35 Revision questions to use in class/for homework etc and a silent debate cards. These lessons link to the Hodder text book (Hayward, Jones, Cardinal) and also refer to the Lacewing text book/handouts - links for downloading these are in the notes section of the PPTs. The booklet I refer to is available separately as a free download. I teach moral philosophy in the second year, if teaching in the first year you will need to adapt first lesson, but otherwise these are ready to go. First lesson is an intro from me to my class so please adapt to your needs!
An introduction to Functionalism. Definition, explanation of multiple realisability, the Turing Test, John Searle’s Chinese Room.
A complete scheme of work for A Level Philosophy which also works for IB, Scottish Highers and all equivalent qualifications. Package 3: Behaviourism You will find handouts, resources, essay structures, exam-style questions and writing guides for a comprehensive A Level teaching SoW.
An AQA Philosophy Virtue Ethics flow chart. Aristotle’s virtue ethics is explained in a step by step flow chart. This includes eudaimonia, function, habituation, doctrine of the mean, dispositions, skill analogy, role models, voluntary actions to eudaimonia.
Included is a full pack of notes for all topics under Epistemology for AQA A-Level Philosophy, specification 7172. These notes clearly explain the main concepts in Epistemology, the objections to the argument and in most cases counters to the objections. I passed Philosophy with an A* and these are my notes to help the next generation of students do the same! If there any omissions in the notes please do get in touch and I will send an updated copy.
Detailed notes for the Philosophy element of the *new* AQA R.S. AS Level. Covers the design argument, ontological argument, cosmological argument, problem of evil and religious experience i.e. the AS units. Includes list of possible A01 and A02 questions. Would be great as flipped learning/ pre-reading and revision notes.
Complete course workbook for new specification AQA A Level Philosophy. 26 page workbook of fill-in activities, designed to consolidate and revise key content. Includes exam technique hints, practice questions and evaluation opportunities. Great printed off into A3 booklets. Can be used either in class as a teaching tool, provided as an independent revision resource or set as homework tasks. Covers whole A Level course including: Epistemology Moral Philosophy Metaphysics of God Metaphysics of Mind
A 14 lesson series taught over 2 consecutive 85 minute lessons per week. Resources include powerpoints, revision materials and model answers. These lessons were taught in conjunction with the new AQA Year 2 A Level text book, so a copy of this is essential.
One PPT (two lessons) on the concept of God as eternal or everlasting.
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One powerpoint (two lessons) on Omnibenevolence and the supreme good. Features the Euphythro dilemma.
A lesson exploring themes, language, structure & form in Love's Philosophy by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Ideas and inspiration have been taken from other readily available online resources.
Knowledge Organisers for the Philosophy content A level Religious Studies AQA but could also be used for other exam boards 26 PPT slides which span across the entirity of the Philosophy Content for AQA Religious Studies Philsophy section. These can be printed off, emailed or blown up to A3.
AQA A-Level Philosphy 25 mark essay, plan, mark scheme and 5-mark questions Essay titled ‘Discuss knowledge as justified true belief’ and is marked as a band 5 essay (21-25 marks) This resource also includes a complete set of 5 mark questions and answers for the Tripartite View of Knowledge as well as What is Knowledge 5 mark questions
One PPT (two lessons) and a work sheet on the problem of evil and the responses to it.
Included are a collection of A/A+ grade essays covering the following subjects from AQA Philosophy specification 7172: Hedonistic Utilitarianism Aristotelian Virtue Ethics Kantian Deontological Ethics Meta-Ethics Concept of God Teleological Arguments Ontological Arguments Problem of Evil Religious Language Property Dualism Substance Dualism Essay Plans
AQA A-Level Philosphy 25 mark essay, plan, mark scheme and 5-mark questions Essay titled ‘Is indirect realism a useful form of perception?’ and is marked as a band 5 essay (21-25 marks) This resource also includes a complete set of 5 mark questions and answers for Indirect Realism
Used to support AS students - with Concept of God and some of the arguments for God's existence
Summary of the key material students need for AQA A Level philosophy. Mostly linked to the Hodder text book (Hayward, Jones, Cardinal) so can be followed alongside the text book, but in places draws more on the Lacewing book. This booklet should help with differentiation as students who struggle with the text book can use it for tasks. My more able students also use them as a ‘way in’ and find they can read the text book more easily once they’ve gone through the summary booklet.
these are comprehensive revsion notes with quotes. very useful. COVERS ALL TOPICS