Lesson 8: Is this consequentialism?

Lesson type: Activity and explicit teachingThemes: The greatest good for the greatest number (Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy)Focus inquiry/reasoning skills: Whatever your group needs Rule focus: Listening Purpose: To review

Lesson 6: To Kill or Not to Kill?

Lesson type: Role play and discussionThemes: Making moral decisions – Can murder ever be justified? (Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy)Inquiry skills: Clarification, explanation Rule focus: All ideas are important (try

Lesson 3: The Ethics of Driverless Cars

Lesson type: Community of philosophical inquiryThemes: Making moral decisions, consequences (Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy)Focus inquiry skill: Whatever neededRule focus: All ideas are important (try to increase participation)Purpose: To explore

Lesson 2: Driverless Cars

Lesson type: Setting the agenda for discussionThemes: Responsibility, caring, right and wrong (Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy)Focus inquiry skill: Open intellectual questionsRule focus: ListeningPurpose: To raise open, intellectual, philosophical questions

Lesson 11: Should we kill animals for food?

Lesson type: Community of philosophical inquiryThemes: Animal suffering, value of a life, following an argument (Ethics, Logic and Reasoning) Focus reasoning skill: Discussion mapping during community of philosophical inquiry |

Lesson 6: Thinking about beauty

Lesson type: Community of philosophical inquiryThemes: Beauty, beautiful (Aesthetics, Ethics, Epistemology, Logic and Reasoning) Focus inquiry skill: Thinking deeply | Rule focus: There may be many suitable answers Focus reasoning

Lesson 5: Authentic or Original?

Lesson type: Skills development – Making distinctionsThemes: Authentic, original (Aesthetics, Epistemology) Focus inquiry/reasoning skill: Making distinctions | Rule focus: We listen to each other Purpose: To make distinctions between concepts

Lesson 4: Authenticity in art

Lesson Type: Community of philosophical inquiryThemes: Authenticity, art (Aesthetics, Ethics, Epistemology) Focus inquiry/reasoning skill: Other points of viewRule focus: We build other people’s ideas Purpose: To explore notions of authenticity

Lesson 3: Art and the Artist

Lesson type: Community of philosophical inquiryThemes: Art and the artist (Aesthetics, Epistemology, Logic and Reasoning)Focus inquiry skills: Exploring differences, other points of viewRule focus: Everyone’s ideas are important Purpose: To