Question Quadrant: Types of Questions

Year 7, Term 1 Unit: Introduction to Philosophy/Identity Lesson type: Activity - exploring types of questions Theme: Open, intellectual questions (Epistemology, Logic and Reasoning) Specific inquiry/reasoning skill: Giving reasons |

Lesson 12: Types of Reasoning

Lesson type: Explicit teachingThemes: Deductive, inductive and hypothetical reasoning, inference, justification (Logic and Reasoning)Focus inquiry skill: Justification and inference Purpose: To foreground types of reasoning, including the difference between deductive,

Lesson 1: The Trolley Problem

Year 7, Term 3 Unit: Famous Philosophical Problems Lesson type: Community of Philosophical InquiryTheme: Moral dilemmas – What is the right thing to do? (Ethics, Logic and Reasoning) Specific inquiry/reasoning

Lesson 8: The Ship of Theseus

Year 7, Term 1 Unit: Introduction to Philosophy/Identity Lesson type: Community of philosophical inquiry Theme: Famous philosophical problems - The Ship of Theseus (Personal identity, change) Specific inquiry/reasoning skill(s): Giving

Lesson 4: Reviewing Types of Question

Year 7, Term 1 Unit: Introduction to Philosophy/Identity Lesson Type: Skill practice: open intellectual questions Theme: Open intellectual questions (Epistemology, Logic and Reasoning) Specific inquiry/reasoning skill: Giving reasons | Rule

Lesson 3: Types of Questions

Year 7, Term 1 Unit: Introduction to Philosophy/Identity Lesson type: Activity - exploring types of questions Theme: Open, intellectual questions (Epistemology, Logic and Reasoning) Specific inquiry/reasoning skill: Giving reasons |