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Subjects: GCSE Religious Education and AS/A Level Philosophy and Ethics. Aim: Get the lesson content from the student's working memory into the long term memory. How? Consistent retrieval practice; clear structure of the information and colourful resources! Differentiation: Regular challenges tasks to stretch higher ability students but not lose the rest of the class in the process! Preview my resources and brighten up your existential lessons!

Subjects: GCSE Religious Education and AS/A Level Philosophy and Ethics. Aim: Get the lesson content from the student's working memory into the long term memory. How? Consistent retrieval practice; clear structure of the information and colourful resources! Differentiation: Regular challenges tasks to stretch higher ability students but not lose the rest of the class in the process! Preview my resources and brighten up your existential lessons!
Islam- Sunni and Shi'a Muslims
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Islam- Sunni and Shi'a Muslims

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Hi all, In this lesson students learn about the two main denominations of Islam, how the division began, alongside the similarities and differences between the two types of Muslims. If you find this lesson useful, please leave a review! Best wishes, Liz
Let's Talk About Men's Mental Health
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Let's Talk About Men's Mental Health

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In this lesson we: Learn facts about men’s mental health Explain the importance of talking about our feelings Evaluate which methods are best to help our mental health This lesson is done through discussion, videos and a diamond 9 activity. It is so important that we put across how serious an issue a lot of men’s mental health is. This lesson is a great way to introduce students to the topic.
Ethics- Divine Command Theory
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Ethics- Divine Command Theory

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Hi all, In this lesson we look at- Qualities of God’s commands Examples of God’s commands Initial evaluation of the Divine Command Theory The Euthyphro Dilemma Adam’s modified Divine Command Theory. If you find this lesson helpful, please write a review! Best wishes, Liz
Natural Law- the primary precepts
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Natural Law- the primary precepts

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In this work sheet the students are guided through the basics on Natural Law, including quotes; who is Thomas Aquinas; and what the primary precepts are. This is a great resource for GCSE students or AS/A Level!
Growth Mindsets
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Growth Mindsets

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I have used this resource within form time for my Y7 students! This is a quick activity which can generate some interesting discussion from the students about their approach to studying. Training the students early about resilience and the power of growth mindsets is going to be invaluable for them during exam season and once they leave school.
Ethics- Utilitarianism
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Ethics- Utilitarianism

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Hi there, Within this bundle you will find detailed lessons on: The Introduction to the topic. Bentham’s Act Utilitarianism. Mill’s Rule Utilitarianism. Singer’s Preference Utilitarianism and application of Utilitarianism to animal testing. Evaluating the theory. Planning and structuring an exam response. End of topic test. All of these resources have been successfully tried and tested over the last two years with multiple classes and have worked well. If you find this bundle useful, please don’t forget to review! Many thanks, Liz
Situation Ethics Revision
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Situation Ethics Revision

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Hi there, This resource is great for students to use whilst they are learning the content, as a great way to structure their work or as a consolidation tool once they have come to the end of their topic. The summary sheets can be used to help fill in the consolidation sheets! My students have loved using these resources. If you find this useful, please leave a review. Best wishes, Liz
Ethics- Rule Utilitarianism
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Ethics- Rule Utilitarianism

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Structure of lesson- Begin with a recap of the Hedonic Calculus Analyse the critiques of Bentham’s Act Utilitarianism. Introduce John Stuart Mill. Harm Principle Quality of Pleasures Rule Utilitarianism Universality and Harm Principle Finish with a quiz to check knowledge. This resource also comes with a worksheet on all the areas covered in the power point. I had done this lesson with my A Level classes for the last two years and have finished with a high success rate of understanding the content. Please leave a review if you find this useful!
Ethics- Evaluating Utilitarianism
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Ethics- Evaluating Utilitarianism

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Structure of the lesson- Identify strengths and weaknesses of the theory. Introducing domino lay out for students to be able to organise their arguments which match their counter arguments. Using the ABCDE structure to build their essay. AB- Argument and Build. This is the first argument in the top section of the domino. They need to include Point, Evidence, and Explain within this section. In order to get the best marks you ideally want a couple of bits of evidence throughout this section (e.g. quotes/analogies/contemporary examples). CD- Challenge and Develop. This is the argument they wrote down in the bottom half of their domino. They need to include Point, Evidence, and Explain within this section. In order to get the best marks you ideally want a couple of bits of evidence throughout this section (e.g. quotes/analogies/contemporary examples). Make sure it relates back to the argument spoken about in the top half of the domino. E- Evalute. Out of those two arguments you explained, which one seems the most convincing to you? An exam practice question. This lesson also includes revision summary sheets for the Utilitarianism topic. If you find this lesson useful, please write a review!
Natural Law revision
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Natural Law revision

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In this 50 minute revision session the students, discuss- What is the function of nature, purpose and reason in Natural Law? What are the 4 laws? What are the five primary precepts? What are the virtues and the goods? What are strengths and weaknesses of Natural Law? The first part of the leading from the front and asking student questions. The second part is student activity based with whiteboards and partner games. The third part is planning a discuss question.
Period Hygiene Options
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Period Hygiene Options

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Which period product is the right fit for you? In this worksheet, student can look through four popular options of hygiene products to use when on their period: Sanitary towels (single use or reusable) Tampons Period pants Moon cups The worksheet goes through, how to use the product; how often; and other facts to inform the individuals decision! This is a good worksheet if you are wanting to promote reusable period products to help protect the environment. This worksheets educates those with periods about sustainable period products in comparison to the popular sanitary towels and tampons. If you find this worksheet useful, please write a review! Best wishes, Liz
Ethical Problems
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Ethical Problems

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Wanting to have a discussion based lesson with your class to help build your evaluation skills? This lesson introduces students to two ethical problems- Phillipa Foot’s Trolley Problem and Bernard William’s Organ Transplant analogy! This lesson can be great to use in a form time to hear the contrasting views of your students or you could spend the full hour on this lesson. Optional struture- One half of the room focus on one analogy, discuss it with peers, and then vote. Afterwards, they could teach the other half of the classroom the analogy and the others can then discuss what would be the right thing to do. From there, you could have a whole class discussion on the most ethical thing to do! Please leave a review if you find this resource useful. Best wishes, Liz
Natural Law- Evaluation and Application
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Natural Law- Evaluation and Application

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In this lesson the students look at the strengths and weaknesses of Natural Law and apply the theory to abortion and euthanasia. Also included: Introduction to how to plan a 30 mark essay. What is a thesis? How do you write an introduction? Revision sheets on essay writing. Revision activity on applying the theory. This lesson takes essay writing step by step to avoid overwhelming the students with the necessary requirements of the exam board. As this is the end of the topic, this lesson also comes with a check list of the Natural Law content, the exam specification and stimulus for writing a 20 mark response.
Ethics- Situation Ethics
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Ethics- Situation Ethics

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Hi all, Within this bundle you will access all the information for the students to ace their exam, if a Situation Ethics essay crops up! This includes: What is Situation Ethics? Types of Love Biblical links with Situation Ethics Homosexuality and Polyamory Applying the above to Situation Ethics Evaluating Situation Ethics Essay practice End of topic test Worksheets to help learning. If you find this useful, please leave a review! Best wishes, Liz
RSE- Healthy Relationships
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RSE- Healthy Relationships

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Hi all, In this lesson we look at healthy relationships with yourself and with others. Learning Intentions: To know how to stay safe on a night out To identify between healthy and toxic relationships To be able to explain the unhealthy expectations on social media and pornography. RSE value for session: Cultivating loving relationships with ourselves will help to nurture healthy relationships with others. 8 slides in total including starter activity to approach a potential love interest safely; discussion based activities; videos and suggestions on how to stay safe on a night out. This lesson has been successfully tried and tested with my Y11 students. If you find this useful, please write a review! Best wishes, Liz
Introduction to Problem of Evil GCSE
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Introduction to Problem of Evil GCSE

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In this KS4 lesson, we introduce challenges to the existence of God in the form of the Problem of Evil. In this lesson- Key terms Students evaluate why they think evil is in the world Moral and Natural evil Catholic VS Fundamental Christian views on original sin Worksheet for the lesson is provided! This lesson was due during remote teaching because of COVID-19 therefore works as a great online lesson as well as live.
Natural Law- Goods and Virtues
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Natural Law- Goods and Virtues

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In this fast paced, engaging lesson we deepen our understanding of Natural Law which Aquinas’ concept of real + apparent goods and the virtues. Lesson containing: Discussion questions. Activities on the virtues. Checking for understanding throughout. Find real and apparent goods activity free download in my shop.
Evaluation the Ontological Argument Part 1
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Evaluation the Ontological Argument Part 1

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In this lesson we integrate retrieval practice; and exam practice to get Anselm’s ontologocial argument from the working memory into the long term. From here we do interactive activities to get the students to understand Gaunilo’s criticisms and Anselm’s addition to the argument. There is a clear structure to this lesson with helpful images to assist the students learning and understanding of Alvin Plantinga’s support of Anselm and Aquinas’ critiques.
The Teleological Argument
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The Teleological Argument

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This resource is designed for AS/A Level students taking the Eduqas/WJEC curriculum. In this resource we go through: Key concepts Scholars, dates, books Design qua purpose Design qua regularity Aquinas teleological argument Paley’s watch maker analogy This is all done through structured and interactive activities, designed to prepare them for exam writing as well as getting the new content from their working memory into their long term!
A Level: Existence of God revision
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A Level: Existence of God revision

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In this lesson we- Go through three confidence checklists for the cosmological, teleological, ontological arguments. Each checklist containing- main content for topic; key quotes; key scholars (dates and books); key words; possible 20 markers and 30 markers asked. Review learning of the three existence of God arguments in bite sized activities. Independent revision task guidance. This lesson has been successfully tried and tested and led my students to feel confident in their revision of this big unit of work. This lesson was carried out during COVID-19 remote learning therefore is successful as an online or live lesson!