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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!
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.
Natural Law- Aquinas + Primary Precepts
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Natural Law- Aquinas + Primary Precepts

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This is the introduction lesson to Aquinas’ Natural Law. Filled with fast paced activities to keep the students engaged and retaining as much information as possible with pit stop checks throughout. Containing: Brief introduction to Aquinas’ inspiration from Aristotle. Aquinas’ 4 categories of law. Discussion questions about what they believe to be natural. Primary precepts. Secondary precepts.
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.
Introducing A Level Religious Experience
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Introducing A Level Religious Experience

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This lesson is part of the ‘Existence for God’ arguments and analyses how some people that God exists through experiences. Within this lesson: The students are introduced to the key words of the topic. Applying these key terms to real life examples. The students begin to evaluate their own views on whether religious experiences are legitimate or not. This lesson follows the Bloom’s Taxonomy structure and clearly demonstrates to the students what level of thinking they are achieving on each activity.
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!
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.
Intro to the Problem of Evil: A-Level
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Intro to the Problem of Evil: A-Level

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In this introduction lesson we assess the key words for this topic and get the students to delve deep into their own understanding of why they think there is evil in the world. Areas covered in the lesson: Evaluating students views on evil in the world The Logical Problem of Evil (Inconsistent Triad) Independent activities using the worksheet provided. This lesson was carried out during remote learning due to COVID-19. This works very well as a virtual and live lesson!
Freud's challenges against Religion
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Freud's challenges against Religion

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This is a complete lesson covering: Freud’s background Introduction to psychoanalysis- id; ego and superego Religion as a collective neurosis Religion as a neurosis- Oedipus Complex and Primal Horde Religion as an Illusion- Wish Fulfilment and reaction against helplessness Freud key words A worksheet the students can fill in whilst the lesson is being taught This lesson is accompanied by an exam question at the end and an A4 revision page on consolidating questions all on Freud. This lesson also looks at the case studies supporting the Oedipus Complex! In between the content there are also activities to check with how much information the students have remembered. I will be using this lesson with my Y13’s this year, please leave a review on how you found it. Warm 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.
Introducing Abortion
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Introducing Abortion

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In this lesson the student’s are introduced to- Ground rules of ethical discussions Abortion statistics and facts Introducing concept of pro-life and pro-choice Discussion question to facilitate full class discussions This presentation does not include the Eduqas textbook pages which are included for the homework.
The Ontological Argument Introduction *voice over*
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The Ontological Argument Introduction *voice over*

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In this voice over resource, I talk you through the introduction to the ontological argument and the activities the students are to carry on. This lesson covers- Retrieval practice of key concepts linked to the ontological argument Retrieval practice of the cosmological argument Who is Anselm? What is the first part of Anselm’s argument? Independent tasks the students carry out to prepare them for next lesson. I have not included the videos included due to copyright. Best wishes, Miss Green
Logical Problem of Evil
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Logical Problem of Evil

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In this second A Level class on Challenges to the Existence of God we look in depth at the logical problem of evil: Inconsistent Triad; Evidential; and Statistical problem of evil. There are check-ins throughout the lesson to ensure that the students are confident on the new information before they move on. This lesson you require the WJEC/Eduqas revision book, if not I will be making future resources on the three types of arguments in the future which you can use for the question/answer!
WJEC/Eduqas GCSE- Abortion Arguments
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WJEC/Eduqas GCSE- Abortion Arguments

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In this resource bundle you will have access to- 3 different lessons: Introduction to abortion; Catholic Views on abortion; other Christian views on abortion. The first lesson: Discussion based lesson designing to form students opinions around the topic of abortion. Introducing key terms for topic; true or false activity (providing legislation on abortion); poem interpretation; and plenary activity to retrieve knowledge gained throughout the course of the lesson. The second lesson: Starter activity based on recapping statistics and information taught on abortion in the first lesson; assessing prior knowledge of what the Bible may say on abortion; assessing sources of authority for Catholic views on abortion; activity designed to memorise the different Catholic teachings/ quotes which can be applied to abortion; essay style plenary activity to consolidate learning. The third lesson: musical interpretation of abortion and why some may consider having one. This lesson focuses on the quality of life argument; doctrine of double effect and the similarities and differences of Catholic and Church of England approach to abortion. These lessons have been tried and tested and successfully led to my Y10 students understanding the Catholic and Church of England view on abortion. These lessons were taught during the COVID-19 lock down therefore work as remote and live lessons. If you wish to use the resources for live lessons, simply delete the voice overs. With the voice overs they can be used as helpful revision tools for Y10/Y11 students revising for their exams, guided by the teacher voice. DISCLAIMER: I understand that individual Catholic and other Christians may feel differently than what is taught in these lessons however this is the approach the exam board requires us to take when looking at different Christian views on abortion.
Utilitarianism-Animal testing+Preference
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Utilitarianism-Animal testing+Preference

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Hi there, In this lesson the students- Discuss animal testing for cosmetic and medical purposes Learn facts and statistics about animal testing Applying Act and Rule Utilitarianism to this ethical issue Are introduced to Singer’s Preference Utilitarianism Great opportunity for discussions in this lesson along with learning exam content. The A Level WJEC/Eduqas exam textbook is not attached as I do not own the right. I hope you find this lesson useful! Warm wishes, Liz
ITT Lesson Observation Planning Sheet
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ITT Lesson Observation Planning Sheet

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In this resource you will find an manageable way of ensuring you have the basics included within your lesson observation. This worksheet includes information of your EAL, PP and SEND students; your teaching standard focus; what to do at each stage of the lesson; and a section to reflection on your observation! Your lessons can be broken down into easy steps with this resource.
Abortion Fact Sheet
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Abortion Fact Sheet

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Introducing the topic of abortion with your students? Use this fact sheet to introduce key terms; 2020-2021 England and Wales statistics and a timeline of abortion legislation; and different methods of abortion! One activity using this sheet- in one colour highlight two things you already know, in a secind colour highlight a new piece of information. Share your thoughts with your partner!
Evaluating the Teleological Argument
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Evaluating the Teleological Argument

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In this lesson we have: A quick recap on Aquinas and Paley’s teleological argument Guide through how to structure a 20 marker essay Analyse an exam style paragraph on the teleological argument Arguments against the teleological argument Arguments for the teleological argument Guidance on independent resources to understand argument with others explaining it This lesson has been tried and tested in front of A Level students and was a success! This lesson was carried out remotely as it was done during lock down for COVID-19 therefore works both as an online and live lesson.
Ontological Argument introduction- key concepts and the first argument
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Ontological Argument introduction- key concepts and the first argument

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In this resource, we begin Anselm’s ontological argument. This lesson is focussed on key words for the topic; the scholar; the context in which he was writing; and his premises within his first argument. This resource also contains independent research tasks for the students to carry about before the next lesson where we introduce Gaunilo’s criticism leading to Anselm’s edited argument. This resource has been tried and tested by my 16-17 year old students currently remote learning. This led to a successful understanding of the first part of the argument. This resource is simple to follow, with clear images, a simple structure and interactive activities for the students to be engaging with. The activities are also embedded within this file.
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.
A-Level: Natural Law  *Voice Over*
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A-Level: Natural Law *Voice Over*

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In this lesson we look at- Syndresis Rule Who is Thomas Aquinas? 4 Laws Aristotle and Purpose Doctrine of Double Effect Primary and secondary precepts This is a tried and tested lesson and works well live (if you wish to delete the voice over on the top) or as a revision lesson if the students are on their own and wish to be guided through the activities with the voice over!