Atheist Julian Baggini meets Richard Dawkins to explore how Darwin's ideas of natural selection offer an alternative explanation to the origin of life, without the need for a designer God. Countering William Paley's idea that there must be a divine watchmaker, Dawkins describes how he sees evolution as the 'blind watchmaker'. Dawkins responds to the idea that a Darwinian worldview is rather bleak by explaining the value in making one's own purpose in life.
Pupils consider what it means to belong to a club or group. Including the benefits and the disadvantages. Plenty of green pen action LOTS and HOTS. Specifically written for Y9 but it can be used with any year group as RE or PSHE. Please review.
Using; what, why, when, who, how pupils explore the infant baptism as a rite of passage and how it helps to create a sense of belonging. Plenty of reflection and green pen action together with LOTS & HOTS> Please review - remember you are getting a whole lesson and its resources for £3.00!