KS3 Knowing Religion - Philosophy and Ethics ebook: Course licence (Collins ebook edition)

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Deliver an ambitious, knowledge-rich philosophy and ethics curriculum at KS3 with 18 ready-made, flexible and high quality KS3 lessons.

The first unit 'Philosophy of religion' explores the ideas of influential Western philosophers focusing on questions surrounding human knowledge and the existence of God. The second unit ‘Ethics’ explores questions about right and wrong, human nature and artificial intelligence.

· Ignite pupils’ interest with engaging content and questions that spark discussion and help pupils think critically about philosophy and ethics
· Give pupils a firm foundation that will help them excel at GCSE 9-1 Religious Studies
· Assess pupils’ understanding with questions for each lesson, including discursive questions to provide extended writing and essay practice
· Aid pupils' long-term memory with a knowledge organiser and quiz at the end of each unit covering key ideas, vocabulary and people
· Ease teacher workload by providing expert subject knowledge and tried and tested lessons that make it easy to implement a carefully sequenced, broad and balanced curriculum at KS3

RRP: £6.99

ISBN

978-0-00-841942-4

Publication Date

28-04-2020

Format

ebook

Pages

56 pages

Product Description

Deliver an ambitious, knowledge-rich philosophy and ethics curriculum at KS3 with 18 ready-made, flexible and high quality KS3 lessons.

The first unit 'Philosophy of religion' explores the ideas of influential Western philosophers focusing on questions surrounding human knowledge and the existence of God. The second unit ‘Ethics’ explores questions about right and wrong, human nature and artificial intelligence.

· Ignite pupils’ interest with engaging content and questions that spark discussion and help pupils think critically about philosophy and ethics
· Give pupils a firm foundation that will help them excel at GCSE 9-1 Religious Studies
· Assess pupils’ understanding with questions for each lesson, including discursive questions to provide extended writing and essay practice
· Aid pupils' long-term memory with a knowledge organiser and quiz at the end of each unit covering key ideas, vocabulary and people
· Ease teacher workload by providing expert subject knowledge and tried and tested lessons that make it easy to implement a carefully sequenced, broad and balanced curriculum at KS3

Author

Robert Orme

Robert Orme has taught at a number of secondary schools in the UK. He is currently Head of Religious Education at a mixed state school in London. His writings on RE and secondary education have been featured in a number of publications including TES, Schools Week, The Telegraph and RE:Online.