Freud on conscience

Freud on conscience

An engaging resource using Lady Macbeth's soliloquy to question whether feelings of guilt imply the existence of a conscience. Freud's views are them dissected and discussed with the opportunity for student activity and reflection built in. This presentation includes all resources needed for one lesson.
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Religious Beliefs About Stewardship

Religious Beliefs About Stewardship

Appropriate for new Religious Studies specifications (for teaching 2016) A colourful and thought provoking resource that can be used in a number of ways. It explores the meaning of stewardship and religious beliefs surrounding it. Aims: All students to understand term steward' and what it means to be a steward. Most students to be able to give examples of different religious beliefs surrounding stewardship. Please see notes in power point for lesson instructions. All resources (including homework) included within the presentation.
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Conscience: An overview of key scholars

Conscience: An overview of key scholars

An engaging resource, designed to cover three lessons and two independent study tasks. Students should be encouraged to read original texts as well as textbook summaries. Covers the views of: Augustine, St. Paul. Martin Luther, Karl Narth, Aquinas, Desmond Tutu. Uses extracts form Wilberforce's speech against slavery and applies to the Nuremburg trials. Included in this resource: Presentation Youtube links Card sorts Homework tasks Some readings Independent tasks for students Teacher notes in the 'notes section' of powerpoint Suitable for AS and A Level students
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Religious Food Laws

Religious Food Laws

Appropriate for new Religious Studies specifications (for teaching 2016) A colourful and thought provoking resource that can be used in a number of ways. It explores the way theUK produces meat, and encourages thought on whether these methods are acceptable. It introduces key words and quotations surrounding religious food laws such as 'halal' and 'kosher'. Please see notes in power point for lesson instructions. All resources (including homework) included within the presentation.
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Critiques of Butler's view of conscience

Critiques of Butler's view of conscience

An introduction to the critiques of Butler's view of Conscience. Readings are not included in this resource, teachers are encouraged to supply their students with original texts, alongside textbook references and excerpts. This lesson should be taught after students have had opportunity to consider Butler independently.
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Eric Fromm on Conscience

Eric Fromm on Conscience

An engaging resource that introduces and investigates he view of Eric Fromm on conscience. Questions are asked throughout the presentation to extend student learning, and to create links with other subjects such as History and Politics. It also introduces and explores Fromms influence on Marx and Freud. The resource includes a homework study on Richard Rorty and Kant
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Butler and Conscience  ALEVEL

Butler and Conscience ALEVEL

An introduction to Butler and Conscience. Readings are not included in this resource, teachers are encouraged to supply their students with original texts, alongside textbook references and excerpts. This lesson should be taught after students have had opportunity to consider Butler independently.
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Christian relationships with animals (Dominion)

Christian relationships with animals (Dominion)

Appropriate for new AQA Religious Studies spec (for teaching 2016) A colourful and thought provoking resource that explores the Christian beliefs of dominion and stewardship. Aims: All students to understand terms 'stewardship and dominion' Most students to be able to support these beliefs with quotations from the Bible Some students to be able to discuss how interpretation may affect beliefs about animals Please see notes in power point for lesson instructions. All resources included within the presentation.
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The use and abuse of animals (Animals as pets)

The use and abuse of animals (Animals as pets)

This lesson links to both the old AQA Religious Studies GCSE and the new spec (For teaching from 2016). It encourages students to reflect on the role of animals in their own lives. Develop ideas surrounding the use and abuse of animals. Apply religious quotations to the use and abuse of animals. It makes use of case studies such as 'War Horse' and 'My monkey baby'
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Where does life begin?

Where does life begin?

An engaging presentation to open the discussion as to where life begins. This is an excellent resources to begin a medical ethics/abortion module Student objectives: 1. You will be able to answer the question ‘Where does life begin’ using your knowledge of the stages of growth of a foetus. 2. You will also be able to argue whether or not the abortion law in the UK is suitable. Presentation includes instructions for activities in the notes section. Presentation includes resources for printing at the end
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