A lesson on the application of Kant and utilitarianism to environmental ethics.
The 1 hour lesson includes a powerpoint, kahoot, information sheet, stations task and discussion task. No planning needed.
A 1 hour lesson on the secular responses to Environmental ethics. Examining the approaches from deep ecology, eco-holism and conservation ethics.
The lesson includes full Power Point with embedded videos and explanation of tasks, a card sort activity and information sheet on the different approaches. No planning needed.
A full lesson on the use and abuse of the environment from the AQA religious studies spec A theme religion and life. This also includes how Christians can help save the planet.
No extra planning needed.
Included in the lesson is:
A full PowerPoint with linked videos and all tasks explained.
A group work station task
A worksheet for the pupils to complete during the stations task
Information slides for the group work task.
A fully resourced 1- 1 1/2 hour lesson on the Christian and Buddhist views on euthanasia. No planning needed.
A key word check on the types and forms of euthanasia
A sorting task of non religious views
A hexagon card sort activity comparing and contrasting the different religious views
A 12 mark question with mark scheme and peer assessment.
A fully resourced lesson on the different types of pacifism (absolute, contingent and preferential) then analysing and evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of pacifism.
A full powerpoint with embedded video clips and activities
An infohunt task with worksheet
A card sort
A lesson on the 3rd Just War criteria - Jus post bellum. The last part of the lesson is then a task on the strength and weaknesses of Just War Theory as a whole.
The following resources are included:
Full lesson PowerPoint with all task explained
Stations group research task with information to print
A worksheet for the stations task
An information sheet outlining the strengths and weaknesses of Just War Theory
A speech guidance sheet for the speech task
No planning required.
A philosophy for children lesson based about the trolley problem. Includes an article and video to introduce the debate and a fully structured power point for pupils to create their own question to discuss. Fully resources lesson with no planning needed.
A philosophy for children template which can be used for discussion lessons. Each slide tells you what to include. Fully structured power point for pupils to create their own question to discuss. Fully resourced lesson with no planning needed, just find a suitable article or video for your lesson and away you go.
A full 1 hour lesson on the value of revelation for the AQA RE GCSE. Fully resourced including a PowerPoint, card sort activity, exam question and case study activity.
There is no planning needed for this lesson.