The Ontological Argument OCR 2017 A Level (Arguments based on reason)

The Ontological Argument OCR 2017 A Level (Arguments based on reason)

In this highly differentiated lesson, students will challenge themselves to work out the Ontological argument put forward by Anselm and the criticisms from Gaunilo. They will also be able to evaluate the criticism from Gaunilo. It's all ready for the NEW 2017 OCR Religious Studies A Level. The lesson has a focus on independent learning and student-led activities. Included are all of the resources, a powerpoint and a detailed lesson plan. Just add chocolate! Notes: The card sort runs over three pages and needs to be printed onto green, yellow and red card. The first page should be printed onto green, the second onto yellow and the third onto red. This means students can choose their level of challenge by the traffic light colours. Answer to the quiz: BCCABCACB
toddbeamish
Christianity / Islam: Heaven and Hell

Christianity / Islam: Heaven and Hell

1 hour PowerPoint, clips, worksheets, differentiated fully -KS3/4. Complete 1 hour lesson with accompanying worksheets, different level tasks for MA,LA or Core. Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for Good or above. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
EC_Resources
Mindfulness for Children - Calming Guided Mindfulness Meditation Visualisation + Relaxation Music

Mindfulness for Children - Calming Guided Mindfulness Meditation Visualisation + Relaxation Music

Designed to calm your class and improve concentration, learning and behaviour. Contains - Professionally produced 6 minute guided mindfulness/meditation visualization MP3 audio (320 kbps) - designed to calm children and refocus their minds ready for learning. Great before maths or after a wet break time! - 6 minute (music only) relaxation MP3 audio (320 kbps) These powerful tools are only just beginning to be utilised in the primary school classroom. Be amongst the first to introduce audio as a teaching resource to improve learning, mindfulness and behaviour. Music licensed from copyright owner for this product. Spoken word copyright tftf.
TheFutureTeacherFoundation
Life after death- Edexcel- A2 - Whole course

Life after death- Edexcel- A2 - Whole course

Hi all, Here is my lessons on life after death from edexcel's A2 level scheme of work. This is all my lessons in reference to what is expected by the exam board. These lessons are all ready to be taught and includes reference to exams throughout. All lessons are also visually simulating and students should be engaged in the lessons.
webb-jack
Lesson Plan Template Ofsted Approved

Lesson Plan Template Ofsted Approved

A thorough lesson plan, approved by Ofsted. This takes into account differentiation, matching LO's, SEAL and other key aspects of planning. This plan has been developed based on council planning and has been used by teachers, including myself to gain the "Outstanding Teacher's Grade" several times.
mcwjbanner
boy focus big write

boy focus big write

focus - persuasive writing powerpoint explaining everthing you and the children need. please note - you will need mini whiteboards or scrap paper to plan on.
erylands
Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Philosophy

Introducing the different areas of philosophy and explaining how they link to the 2014 AQA syllabus. Ends with an introduction to Epistemology "what is real?" card sort.
GWestrep
Pupil Profile

Pupil Profile

This is really what every teacher should allow the students to fill in each year. This will allow teachers to build a positive relationship by finding out facts about the student. This also cleverly allows teachers to create QFT's (Quality First Teaching) for the pupil, finding out how best to de-stress them and resolve incidents. Printed on blue paper for dyslexia also. An Ofsted must have.
mcwjbanner
Indirect Realism

Indirect Realism

Used in conjunction with Russell's Problems of Philosophy Ch2 to briefly explain Indirect Realism as a theory, and consider what the initial problems with it may be. Activity recreating Plato's cave.
GWestrep
History Skills: Viewing History differently

History Skills: Viewing History differently

Sometimes students need a simpler way to explain a difficult event in history. Diagrams are good but so is the logical approach of mathematics. Students are used to being told to show their working out when doing maths but do not always transfer the same principle to other subjects, such as history. It could be argued that showing the working out in history is more important as there is rarely one correct answer. Therefore this lesson aims to get the students to show their working out and appreciate the benefits and process. Examiners want the student not only to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding but also demonstrate the difficult skills of analysis and evaluation. Showing their working, or expressing their process will enable students to achieve these skills.
IQResources
Beginners Philosophy

Beginners Philosophy

'Teach philosophy in primary schools,' says academic. Professor Angie Hobbs believes just one philosophy class a week would benefit children’s intellectual and social development. (The Telegraph 12th March 2015 N. Ackerman) This resource is a dynamic, engaging and pupil focused introduction to philosophy. Proper philosophy but without the jargon. Designed for older primary age children (approx aged 10 and up) but also suitable through secondary school and as an introduction at post 16. Introduction to asking questions then explore three big themes in philosophy using dilemmas and thought experiments. Can be enjoyed and accessed on many levels all of which are discussion based. - 31 slide philosophy power point. - Detailed teacher guide with 'master class' insights and teaching prompts. Great as enrichment or part of a theme. Written by a philosophy graduate, experienced teacher and mum of two young boys who like to ask questions!
MJBee