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IB DP Theory of Knowledge - Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge Systems AOK

IB DP Theory of Knowledge - Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge Systems AOK

This activity introduces students to the Area of Knowledge (AOK) of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS). Specifically, it helps students use aspects of the IKS specific knowledge framework (applying KCs, and WOKs to an IKS real life situation) to introduce students to the strengths and weaknesses of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Understanding and using the strengths and limitations of this AOK is essential for students to effectively analyse and evaluate their knowledge questions (KQ) when preparing their TOK Essays and Presentations. Lesson length: 45 minutes to 1 hour Background information and link to video provided. A worksheet to help students apply the knowledge framework (pages 1 and 2) and answer key for the teacher are provided. The document is available as a PDF for printing and a Word document for editing.
RolandSB
'Life after death doesn't make sense in the modern world'.Edexcel 9-1 Beliefs in Action Christianity

'Life after death doesn't make sense in the modern world'.Edexcel 9-1 Beliefs in Action Christianity

This lesson is for the specification of BELIEFS IN ACTION - EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) RELIGIOUS STUDIES B. Topic = MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH with a focus on CHRISTIANITY. This lesson is catered to suit all abilities and learning styles that can easily be adapted to suit. The title is an exam question where students will answer it in exam conditions at the end of a lesson for a good plenary. These two lessons focus on why Christians believe in life after death. There is good scope for adaptation to suit individual classes. Students have good exam practice whilst learning the exam content in differing ways.
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IB DP Theory of Knowledge - Lesson - Introduction to Knowledge Questions

IB DP Theory of Knowledge - Lesson - Introduction to Knowledge Questions

This is a student worksheet to help them distinguish between Knowledge Claims (KC) and Knowledge Questions (KQ). Further to distinguish between 1st and 2nd Order KCs and KQs. Links are provided to resources on the WWW specifically a presentation, video and webpages used to support the lesson. Lesson length: 45 to 60 minutes Document size: 3 pages Includes background information (page 1) and worksheet(page 2) for the student and an answer key (page 3) for the worksheet at the end of the document.
RolandSB
Kindness Club Kit - Tools to Start an Animal Rights Club!

Kindness Club Kit - Tools to Start an Animal Rights Club!

(Ideal for Years 3–8, but can easily be adapted for all year levels) Empower your students, foster critical and creative thinking skills, and have some fun! This Kindness Club kit is designed for young activists who want to start an animal rights club in school. Starting a club is a great way for passionate students to get together and share ideas, plan and carry out meaningful and empowering activities for change, and spread awareness about animal rights issues in their communities. The Kindness Club guide is an 8-page booklet that details how students can start a club in their school, and includes useful tips about forming and maintaining an advocacy group. The five skill builders included in the booklet have been developed by experienced activists, teachers and writers to teach students various forms of effective and peaceful activism in today’s democratic environment, such as letter-writing, petitioning, creating awareness material using print and video media, and fundraising. The fact sheets include important information about various animal rights issues in Australia, as well as research points and discussion questions designed to encourage students to think critically about the information and conduct their own investigations. Students can use the campaign ideas in their booklet to start their club’s first activities, or use them to develop their own ideas for their first campaigns. To order a physical kit which includes stickers and bookmarks, visit http://www.thinkkind.org/club/
thinkkind
Philosophy and ethics GCSE- NEW COURSES- 2018-

Philosophy and ethics GCSE- NEW COURSES- 2018-

Hi all, Here is my GCSE unit on philosophy and ethics for the new exam boards. Primarily my focus was for the edexcel courses but I have that these themes are throughout courses. Lessons are ready to be taught and contain exam questions, videos, and sources of wisdom and authority. These are for the belied in God part of the course so lessons have a theological angle. Enjoy.
webb-jack
ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST - A Study Guide

ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST - A Study Guide

This study guide for ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST is a 20 page analytical guide book covering all the elements of close textual study of plot, characters and theme, with visual literacy activities, extended reading, cross-genre poetry / cartoon and comprehension activities. A visually rich item that will engage students and instruct on the way literature can be relevant in its commentary on contemporary society, and at the same time entertaining, humorous and thought - provoking.
jaynorth
The Picture of Dorian Gray - Key Quotes Student Handout

The Picture of Dorian Gray - Key Quotes Student Handout

Handout sheet for discussion and analysis on Oscar Wilde's chief character quotes in "The Picture of Dorian Gray." Useful for analysing Wilde's witty inversion of the superficial and the profound, and the tragic perspective of the character's doomed efforts to retain that which is impossible - the lustre of youth and the invincible appeal of physical beauty.
jaynorth
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - Lessons on Character (Grades 5-12)

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - Lessons on Character (Grades 5-12)

These lesson are designed to provide the students with a view of some of the quotes by Dr. Martin Luther King and also the character qualities that he displayed as a civil rights leader in the 1960’s. The lesson includes 10 quotes with one bonus quote at the end. Each quote has a character quality associated with it and 5-6 questions that you as the teacher can ask your students that will provoke discussion and give the students a chance to think of their responsibility as it relates to the character qualities. There is a short quiz at the end that the class can take as a whole, with one bonus question. Each question is worth 10 points. The bonus question can be awarded as many points as the teacher would like in order to increase the student’s score.
JamesHBurns
Crash Course Literature Season 4 Ep.  1 & 2 Bundle George Orwell 1984 Q & A Key

Crash Course Literature Season 4 Ep. 1 & 2 Bundle George Orwell 1984 Q & A Key

Host John Green Episodes 401 and 402 1984 by George Orwell, Part 2: Crash Course Literature 401 Dystopias Episode 1 (401) In which John Green continues discussing George Orwell's 1984. Today we're talking about what the novel 1984 has to say about what some have called today's surveillance society. We'll also look at the idea that language can be used as a means to control people's thoughts. Can something like Newspeak prevent a person from having certain thoughts? I wish I had the words to express how I feel about that. Luckily, John does have the words. (Crash Course Synopsis 12:41) Episode 2 (402) In which John Green continues discussing George Orwell's 1984. Today we're talking about what the novel 1984 has to say about what some have called today's surveillance society. We'll also look at the idea that language can be used as a means to control people's thoughts. Can something like Newspeak prevent a person from having certain thoughts? I wish I had the words to express how I feel about that. Luckily, John does have the words. Fill in the blank questions with answer key In-Class & Flipped Classroom Assignment Video Link Included
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Crash Course Philosophy:What is Philosophy? Ep.1 Questions & Key

Crash Course Philosophy:What is Philosophy? Ep.1 Questions & Key

Hank Green begins to teach you about Philosophy by discussing the historical origins of philosophy in ancient Greece, and its three main divisions: metaphysics, epistemology, and value theory. He will also introduce logic, and how you’re going to use it to understand and critically evaluate a whole host of different worldviews throughout this course. And also, hopefully, the rest of your life. (Crash Course Synopsis 10:35) Eleven fill in the blank questions with answer key
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