Morality and Philosophy for GCSE
Price: £39.99 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Age Group: 14 - 16
Order Number: 14037
Do you have pupils who don't think for themselves? Have little or no tolerance for ideas and beliefs which are alien to them? Then Morality and Philosophy for GCSE is for you. Morality and Philosophy for GCSE is designed to be used as part of compulsory RE for 14-16 year olds. Topics aim to encourage discussion and debate within areas such as artificial life, the problem of evil and ethical reasoning.
The scheme of work offers a guide for both specialist and non-specialist teachers, whilst the activity sheets deliver the information required for each lesson, along with the activities that allow pupils to explore the issues for themselves.
By looking at contemporary questions in areas such as cloning and transplant technology, as well as classical debates like the nature of reality and arguments for the existence of God, pupils are introduced to a range of religious issues.
Examining religious issues within a philosophical and moral context gives pupils the opportunity to develop and practice logical reasoning, an ability which can be applied to a variety of practical situations.
Morality and Philosophy for GCSE aims to encourage pupils to think for themselves, thereby developing their analytical thinking and critical awareness of the world around them.