The Cosmological Argument

The Cosmological Argument

30 slide power point account of the Classic Cosmological Argument including scholars and critical points. Suitable for AS / A level students, any specification.
MJBee
The Buddha's life

The Buddha's life

TThis lesson meets the standards of the new Higher RMPS exam (valid from August 2016) and it is designed to last 1-2 periods. It encourages pupils to identify 2 – 3 facts about the life of the Buddha and to explain the key word: “enlightenment”. The resource contains a PowerPoint to give structure to the lesson and provide a visual aid when needed, a flip chart with activities for the pupils, the lesson plan and four worksheets. There is also a video-clip incorporated in the lesson to make it more relevant and up-to-date. The principles and strategies of formative assessment are embedded in the lesson (for example, the self-evaluation activity allows for profound reflection on learning and helps the pupils to take more responsibility for their own learning). The resource ensures pace and challenge for learners of different ability levels in order to promote the highest possible achievement for all (for example, the ‘Reading to Write and Learn’ approach used in this lesson is inclusive of all learners and prepares them to read the text with understanding).
Think_About_It
GCSE Philosophy and Ethics Black Belt Revision Guide

GCSE Philosophy and Ethics Black Belt Revision Guide

***A limited edition (first 20 pages for review) of this resource is available in free downloads*** A comprehensive revision guide specifically tailored for Edexcel Units 1,2,3 and 8 and also the WJEC Philosophy and Ethics specification. Concise wording and cleverly used diagrams and pictures to aid recall of beliefs and teachings in Christianity and Islam. Over 90 pages of fully editable revision tools!
corporate_kid
AS/A2 Nature of Human Life

AS/A2 Nature of Human Life

Used with A2 AQA Life, Death and Beyond though relevant to AS AQA Nature and Value of Human Life (and many others!) Examines Christian, Buddhist and Hindu teachings. Print the Card sort onto Green/Yellow/Red card as instructed at the end of the document. Print the Gapfill onto A3 double sided (one each). Print the Learning Grid onto A4 (one each). Lesson Plan: Starter- Students to organise the quotes however they like in pairs. Choosing their level of challenge based on the colour. Students are likely to sort from most positive to most negative. Main - Gapfill task in groups. Then groups to pull out key features of each religion's attitude to what a human is, completing the first column of the Learning Grid sheet. Plenary - Students to return to their pairs to make links between these ideas and the quotes in the card sort used as the starter.
toddbeamish
Design argument Knowledge Check Sheet AFL

Design argument Knowledge Check Sheet AFL

A series of questions to consolidate learning on the teleological argument. Students rate their own understanding out of 10, comment upon areas they need to review and finally the teacher also assesses their understanding for mark book purposes. These AFL sheets could be used as homework tasks to consolidate learning. It allows you to easily identify common misunderstandings in the class quickly before moving on to new information.
samueljames87
Deontology Knowledge Check Sheet AFL

Deontology Knowledge Check Sheet AFL

A series of short answer questions related to any A Level course studying Kant/Deontology. Students rate their own understanding out of 10, review any areas they need to review and then the teacher also rates their understanding for mark book purposes. This also allows for whole class intervention and to easily observe common areas of misunderstanding. These can be used to consolidate learning as homework questions.
samueljames87