History of philosophy teaching resources: Ancient philosophy

Resources and ideas for philosophy and ethics, history of philosophy, ancient philosophy, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

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Leaders of Religion and Philosophy - complete pack

Leaders of Religion and Philosophy - complete pack

This bundle contains the unit plan, PowerPoint presentations, lesson plans, worksheets, flipcharts, puzzles, revisions, homework and the unit review to support the teaching of the unit 'Leaders of Religion and Philosophy' (suitable for S1/S2/S3 - Scotland and year 7/8/9 -England). More updates to follow soon - all will be free! Please rate and leave comments if you use or like this resource. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! For a wider range of free and paid resources please have a look at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/dana2010

By Think_About_It

OCR A LEVEL THEOLOGY: A Guide to Understanding Plato Revision Workbook!

OCR A LEVEL THEOLOGY: A Guide to Understanding Plato Revision Workbook!

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! *****This resource is for A Level OCR Theology (Course 2016), but it could be used for any exam board. It is a revision guide based on the concept of the Ancient Greek Philosopher Plato. Containing a variety of activities, revision notes and concepts. This revision guide includes a range of 'Track your Learning' sections, to make sure students know what they are learning, it also contains a range of Stretch and Challenge activities, for those students who want to achieve the higher grades. This is resource is very useful to understand Plato and his ideas. Some examples of the content is: * Background Information for Plato (AO1 Knowledge)* Plato's Analogy of the Cave- Features of the Cave- Advantages and Disadvantages* Plato's Forms * And many more features!*********************************************************************If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email thomassaunders00@gmail 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! *****

By AllRoundResources

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Ultimate Questions

Ultimate Questions

8x fully resourced, differentiated lessons 8 x 1hr PPs, dozens of worksheets, clip links, LOs to 3 levels, differentiated tasks - loads to do, all designed with Ofsted criteria for good-outstanding lessons in mind. Also includes a detailed and easily amendable SoW in which these lessons were used alongside a Judaism topic. Suitable for KS3/4 - easily amendble. This collection could be used as an introductory unit for RE/ exploring philosophy / looking at life's 'Big Questions'. Answers focus on the the 6 largest world religions, most heavily Christianity, Islam and Judaism but also offer non-religious answers to consider too. More cheap and free resources available at my shop: Emjcot's Shop Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)

By EC_Resources

Leaders of Religion and Philosophy Unit outline

Leaders of Religion and Philosophy Unit outline

This comprehensive unit plan is suitable for S1/S2 (Scotland), Year 7/8 (England) and takes into account the experiences and outcomes for RMPS, Literacy, Health and Wellbeing (the Third and Fourth level). The unit plan also encompasses Significant Aspects of Learning within RMPS and Key Progression Framework Statements for these levels. The principles and strategies of formative assessment are embedded in all lessons along with a variety of learning and teaching approaches including active learning. It explores the lives and teachings of some leaders of Religion and Philosophy (e.g. Guru Nanak, Confucius, Jesus Christ, Muhammad, Buddha etc) and helps students identify qualities required for successful leadership. At the end of the unit, pupils can complete an investigation about one leader they would like to explore further. The personal investigation can be peer- and self-assessed.Please rate and leave comments if you use or like this resource. Your feedback is highly valued! For a wider range of free and paid resources please have a look at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/dana2010

By Think_About_It

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God : God Bundle

God : God Bundle

9x fully resourced, hour long lessons each with a PP, worksheets, clip links, plenaries, starters, differentiated tasks and clear LOs. Suitable for KS3/4 RE (easy to amend) on Issues of God.All written to fit Ofsted Good-Outstanding criteria by an experienced Head of RE in a UK Secondary School.

By EC_Resources

A-Level RE - Philosophy of Religion - Beliefs in life after death

A-Level RE - Philosophy of Religion - Beliefs in life after death

This resource can be used as an introduction lesson - or developed into useful revision lessons as it explores with students the following ideas:Clarification of reasons why people believe in life after deathReasons why people DON'T believe in life after deathThe relationship between the soul/mind and bodyMonism/DualismImmortality of the soulAnalysis of PlatoA quick discussion on Descartes

By njscarlet

Model Essays for A2 level philosophy

Model Essays for A2 level philosophy

A collection of typed essays by pupils all scoring between 90-100% marked by an examiner. Topics include religious language, miracles, life after death, the soul and the nature of God. Written as part of the OCR A2 course, but topics are compatible with other exam boards. 22 pages of typed work.

By jgabelman

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Pre-U workpack and answer booklet for Aristotle (part of paper 1 introduction to phil. & theology

Pre-U workpack and answer booklet for Aristotle (part of paper 1 introduction to phil. & theology

A thorough and comprehensive 23 page workpack and teacher's answer booklet with links to youtube and websies. it also includes a power point. Approximately to be completed in 12 hour long lessons. Workpack includes prep/homework tasks as well. This booklet is all you will need to teach this module. It includes a variety of tasks, key words, quotations and a model pre-u essay. professionally presented with varous images and tables. Includes topics on: Empirical understanding of the nature of body and soul, The nature of causation – the doctrine of the four causes, The Good, The Archer, The Prime Mover

By jgabelman

Plato & Aristotle

Plato & Aristotle

Presentations on Plato & Aristotle in relation to the beginnings of Philosophy and their influence on the Philosophy of Religion.

By markievicz_

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Pre-U workpack and answer booklet for Plato (part of paper 1 introduction to philosophy & theology

Pre-U workpack and answer booklet for Plato (part of paper 1 introduction to philosophy & theology

A thorough and comprehensive 28 page workpack and teacher's answer booklet with links to youtube and prezzi. Approximately to be completed in 12 hour long lessons. Workpack includes prep/homework tasks as well. This booklet is all you will need to teach this module. It includes a variety of tasks from card sorts to group discussions. Includes topics on: The theory of forms, analogies of the sun, the divided line and the cave, the relationship between body and soul, the charioteer and the good

By jgabelman

Plato: Introduction

Plato: Introduction

Complete 1 hour lesson with starter handout and worksheet Suitable for KS3/4 Variety of different level tasks for MA,LA or Core Differentiated to 3 levels or more Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or aboveMore cheap and free resources available at my shop: Emjcot's Shop Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)

By EC_Resources

Plato (cave, Forms, soul) & Aristotle ppt

Plato (cave, Forms, soul) & Aristotle ppt

A revision of Plato's Cave analogy, the Forms and his ideas about body / soul separation. Includes optical illusions and discussion about reliance upon our senses - and a YouTube hyperlink to the Matrix choice between the blue pill (our senses) or the red pill (reality as it really is). (blue background slides) Followed by Aristotle&'s views / philosophy. (lime green background slides) 1 slide of Copleston / Russell criticisms. (yellow background slide) Last slide is AS tips for essays. (pink background slide). By Juliet Davies - Head of RE and teacher of History

By crownjoolz71

Mindfulness Activities: Edition One - The Basics

Mindfulness Activities: Edition One - The Basics

What's included:You have a collection of basic mindfulness activities to get you started. All clearly explained. From EYFS to KS2.- Mind In A Jar- Inviting The Bell- Noticing: In Breath & Out Breath- Counting The Breath- Body Scan- Sun In The Centre- Mindful Eating- Mindful Walking- Random Acts Of KindnessWhat is mindfulness?Mindfulness is concentrating on what is at the forefront of your mind, in the present moment, with insight & compassion. Mindfulness practices are often intentional and systemic ways of developing a compassionate and insightful presence to an activity.

By rossgomcjeff

Euthyphro Dilemma Script

Euthyphro Dilemma Script

Pupil friendly script explaining Euthyphro dilemma, including wider reading guest appearances from Robert Adams and William of Ockham

By rcooper87

Information for Sixth Formers AS Religious Studies

Information for Sixth Formers AS Religious Studies

Overview of the new OCR Religious Studies (Philosophy and Ethics) course for our Sixth Form Handbook. It's the sort of thing all sixth forms do so I thought uploading it here might prevent some poeple having to reinvent the wheel...

By ronnie71

Ancient Greek Influences on Philosophy of Religion

Ancient Greek Influences on Philosophy of Religion

Overview, self and teacher assessment, self-reflection document. I designed it to help me to keep a tight reign on the programme of study (I have a tendency to spend too long on this topic!) and to encourage my students to take more of an active role in their progress and learning. I'm hoping it will also help to encourage an open learning environment by encouraging the sharing of misconceptions etc.

By BlueJuno

Interactive Quiz on Philosophy Keywords

Interactive Quiz on Philosophy Keywords

Created an interactive quiz in PowerPoint based on Philosophical Keywords. Can help you in testing your Philosophy students knowledge on definitions, a good prep for exams. Hope it's useful.

By asmamg

The Divided Line

The Divided Line

An activity to label the diagram of the divided line. Useful for a starter, plenary, recap or revision game. Includes a colour diagram to check answers! Simply cut up the cards and laminate. Print off the blank diagram A3 sized for the pupils to arrange the cards on. *NEW* An information sheet which consolidates the game. There are some differentiated questions which require a close reading of 'The Republic'. The version I use is the Penguin Classic with a forward by Melissa Lane. Very accessible in short chunks.

By arabellacarter

Ancient Greeks Key Concept Comparison

Ancient Greeks Key Concept Comparison

Podcast comparison of the key concepts of the ancient greek trio of Aristotle, Plato and Scorates in terms of 'how to live&' in the style of the football results. I{ntended to be non-serious. Found at mrcooper.podbean.com

By rcooper87

AS OCR philosophy revision quiz

AS OCR philosophy revision quiz

A quiz covering most of the philosophy course (excluding Moral and Ontological argument). One blank work sheet; one word document and one PowerPoint. Typed questions and answers from a pack of revision cards by 'FlashRevise' I found! I plan on using this in 'chunks' - following each revise-bite with an exam question planning session.

By dunsTES