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 |

Year 7: Identity – What makes me me?

Year 7, Term 1 Unit: Introduction to Philosophy/Identity Lesson type: Concept exploration: Identity Theme: Identity (Metaphysics, Epistemology, Logic and Reasoning) Inquiry skill focus: giving examples | Rule focus: Everyone's ideas

Unit 1: What makes me, me?

Unit Plan Year 7 Term 1 Name of unit: Introduction to Philosophical Inquiry/What Makes Me, Me?Themes: Identity (Metaphysics/Epistemology)Books used for this unit:Chesters, Fynes-Clinton, Hinton, and Scholl, (2013) Philosophical and Ethical

Lesson 9: Reflection

We have explored identity and developed our skills in discussing and coming up with ‘Big’ questions. Download this printout and distribute to your students: T1.L9-Written-ReflectionDownload

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 7: What Makes Me, Me?

Year 7, Term 1 Unit: Introduction to Philosophy/Identity Lesson type: Concept exploration: Identity Theme: Identity (Metaphysics, Epistemology, Logic and Reasoning) Inquiry skill focus: giving examples | Rule focus: Everyone's ideas

Lesson 6: What Makes Me, Me?

Year 7, Term 1 Unit: Introduction to Philosophy/Identity Lesson type: Community of Philosophical Inquiry Theme: Identity (Metaphysics, Epistemology, Logic and Reasoning)Specific inquiry/reasoning skill: Exploring disagreement | Rule focus: Everyone's ideas

Lesson 5: What Makes Me, Me?

Year 7, Term 1 Unit: Introduction to Philosophy/Identity Lesson type: Setting the Agenda for Discussion Philosophical stimulus material to be used: 'The Bunyip of Berkeley's Creek' by Jenny Wagner* Philosophical

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 |