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I'm a Head of Department and have been teaching Religion & Philosophy to years 7-13 for nearly 10 years. I have a particular love of Philosophy and bringing a knowledge-rich, rigorous approach to my students. One of my favourite parts of the job is planning, I really enjoy the research and creativity that it involves. I hope you find my resources useful and would really appreciate your reviews and feedback!

I'm a Head of Department and have been teaching Religion & Philosophy to years 7-13 for nearly 10 years. I have a particular love of Philosophy and bringing a knowledge-rich, rigorous approach to my students. One of my favourite parts of the job is planning, I really enjoy the research and creativity that it involves. I hope you find my resources useful and would really appreciate your reviews and feedback!
AQA A Level Philosophy Revision Workbook
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AQA A Level Philosophy Revision Workbook

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Complete course workbook for new specification AQA A Level Philosophy. 26 page workbook of fill-in activities, designed to consolidate and revise key content. Includes exam technique hints, practice questions and evaluation opportunities. Great printed off into A3 booklets. Can be used either in class as a teaching tool, provided as an independent revision resource or set as homework tasks. Covers whole A Level course including: Epistemology Moral Philosophy Metaphysics of God Metaphysics of Mind
KS3 Philosophy of Mind - Full  lesson bundle
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KS3 Philosophy of Mind - Full lesson bundle

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A complete bundle of sequenced lessons on ‘Philosophy of Mind’. This is a challenging and interesting Philosophy topic, great to be used in Philosophy and Religious Education lessons. Content includes lessons on Dualism, Materialism, Artificial Intelligence and Other Minds. Suitable for KS3 (or KS4 core lessons). Complete lessons including key content, activities, handouts and formative quizzes. Carefully sequenced and researched. Learning objectives and success criteria included. Support and challenge activities built in. Originally created in ‘Slides’ easy to convert. Key questions: L1 - What is Philosophy? L2 - What is the Mind/Body problem and did Hobbes solve it? L3 - Is the mind separate from the body? L4 - Can a machine be intelligent? L5 - Do other people have minds? L6 - Is my teacher a robot? Final essay-writing lesson.
Quotes of the Week
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Quotes of the Week

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A collection of religious and non-religious quotes presented with questions to provoke discussion and response. I display one of these in my classroom a week. Some of them are controversial, the idea is that students can consider their own opinions.
KS3 L1 Inductive/deductive arguments lesson
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KS3 L1 Inductive/deductive arguments lesson

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Presentation for an ‘introduction to Philosophy’ lesson, focusing on inductive/ deductive arguments. Suitable for KS3 (possibly KS4 core) Philosophy and Religious Education lessons. Includes key terms defined, practice activities and printable practice exercise including challenge activity. Learning objectives and success criteria included.
AQA A Level Philosophy Revision Checklists
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AQA A Level Philosophy Revision Checklists

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Complete set of revision checklists based on the new AQA A Level Philosophy specification. Suitable for KS5 Philosophy students. Helps self-check level of understanding of students, then direct them to weaker areas.
KS3 Philosophy of Mind Textbook-style Anthology
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KS3 Philosophy of Mind Textbook-style Anthology

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A ‘textbook-style’ anthology designed to accompany a KS3-4 topic on Philosophy of Mind. The resource is a spring-board for a challenging and interesting topic which covers issues such as Materialism, Dualism, Artificial Intelligence and The Problem of Other Minds. Suitable for KS3. Great ‘Introduction to Philosophy’ topic. Created for Religious Education and Philosophy lessons. Fully researched and authored. Activities on every page, encouraging discussion and debate about philosophical issues. Can be used as a ‘stand alone’ resource; or alongside slideshows, knowledge organiser and pre-written formative quizzes.
KS3 Philosophy of Mind Knowledge Organiser
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KS3 Philosophy of Mind Knowledge Organiser

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Designed to accompany a topic on Philosophy of Mind for KS3 Philosophy or Religious Education. Suitable for KS3 (Can be used for KS4 core lessons). Covers aspects of Philosophy of Mind topic including Materialism, Dualism, Artificial intelligence and Other minds. Includes key terms and scholarly ideas.