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I am first and foremost a classroom teacher specialising in Religious Studies, Moral Ethics and Philosophy. However I also work as an assistant head teacher with responsibility for whole school teaching and learning. Although most of my time is spent on management and systems it’s important that I don’t forget that quality lessons are the best possible way to ensure students make the progress they deserve. I hope you enjoy my resources and that they save you some time.

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I am first and foremost a classroom teacher specialising in Religious Studies, Moral Ethics and Philosophy. However I also work as an assistant head teacher with responsibility for whole school teaching and learning. Although most of my time is spent on management and systems it’s important that I don’t forget that quality lessons are the best possible way to ensure students make the progress they deserve. I hope you enjoy my resources and that they save you some time.
Natural Law Revision Map
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Natural Law Revision Map

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This resource covers Natural Moral Law including: - The origins of Natural Law - Aquinas’ theory of Natural Moral Law - The Doctrine of Double Effect - The strengths and weaknesses of Natural Law I would recommend this revision map to be printed and enlarged to A3 paper for maximum benefit.
Utilitarianism Revision Map
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Utilitarianism Revision Map

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This resource covers Utilitarianism including: - The principle of utility, hedonic calculus, Act and Rule Utilitarianism - Bentham, Mill and Singer - Strengths and Weaknesses I would recommend this revision map to be printed and enlarged to A3 paper for maximum benefit.
Kant Revision Map
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Kant Revision Map

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This resource covers Kant including: - Kant understanding of pure reason, a priori knowledge and objectivity - Kant’s Copernican revolution - Practical moral reason - Moral Law, Good Will, duty and the summum bonum - Strengths and weaknesses - The theory of W.D. Ross I would recommend this revision map to be printed and enlarged to A3 paper for maximum benefit.
Applied Medical Ethics Revision Map
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Applied Medical Ethics Revision Map

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This resource covers Applied Medical Ethics including: - Euthanasia - Sanctity of Life - Personhood - Genetic Engineering and Embryo Research - Abortion I would recommend this revision map to be printed and enlarged to A3 paper for maximum benefit.
Absolutism and Relativism Revision Map
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Absolutism and Relativism Revision Map

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This resource covers moral absolutism and moral relativism including: - normative ethical theories - Cultural relativism - relative meta-ethical theories I would recommend this revision map to be printed and enlarged to A3 paper for maximum benefit.
War and Peace Ethics Revision Map
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War and Peace Ethics Revision Map

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This resource covers Applied Medical Ethics including: - Just War Theory - Realism and Christian Realism - Pacifism - Religious approaches to war - Strengths and Weaknesses I would recommend this revision map to be printed and enlarged to A3 paper for maximum benefit.
Religious/Christian Ethics Revision Map
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Religious/Christian Ethics Revision Map

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This resource covers Christian Ethics including: - The origins of Christian ethics in Judaism - New Testament - Authority, tradition and conscience - Religion and morality - Divine Command theory, Natural Law and Situation Ethics - Virtues I would recommend this revision map to be printed and enlarged to A3 paper for maximum benefit.
Kant’s theory of duty: Kant’s ideas of the moral law, good will and summum bonum
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Kant’s theory of duty: Kant’s ideas of the moral law, good will and summum bonum

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Kant’s theory of duty; Kant’s ideas of the moral law, good will and summum bonum.Learning objectives: 1. To explore Kant’s theory of duty. 2. To examine the implication of good will and reason on Kant’s theory of duty. Learning outcomes: LO1: A good examination of the duties of three professions and the duty of oneself. LO2: A written response to how we use reason to decide good and bad actions. LO3: A clear and concise presentation on Kant’s theory of duty.