Lesson 9: Reflection

We have explored intelligence and mindset, and developed our skills in exploring disagreements, making distinctions and inquiring together. Download and print the below printout and distribute to your students: T3.L9.Written-ReflectionDownload

Lesson 8: Is This a Religion?

Year 7, Term 3 Unit: Interesting Philosophical Ideas Lesson type: Community of Philosophical InquiryTheme: Religion, rules, who decides? (Epistemology, Metaphysics, Logic and Reasoning) Specific inquiry skills: Presenting a point of

Lesson 7: Same or Different?

Year 7, Term 3 Unit: Mindset Lesson type: Skill development – making distinctionsThemes: Mindset, learning, knowledge (Epistemology) Specific inquiry skill: Similarities and differences | Rule focus: Listening Purpose: To practise

Lesson 6: Growth Mindset

Year 7, Term 3 Unit: Mindset Lesson type: Concept exploration – degrees of differenceTheme: Mindset, learning, knowledge (Epistemology, Metaphysics) Inquiry skill: Evaluating criteria and forming definitionsRule focus: There may be

Lesson 5: Intelligence, Mind and Mindset

Year 7, Term, 3 Unit: Mindset Lesson type: Community of Philosophical InquiryTheme: Mindset, learning, knowledge (Epistemology, Metaphysics, Ethics, Logic and Reasoning) Specific inquiry skills: Exploring disagreement, foregrounding distinctions | Rule

Lesson 4: What is Intelligence?

Year 7, Term 3 Unit: Mindset Lesson type: Concept exploration - IntelligenceTheme: Intelligence (Epistemology) Focus inquiry skill: Developing criteria for ‘intelligence’ | Rule focus: Everyone’s ideas are important Reasoning focus:

Lesson 3: What Does it mean to be Intelligent?

Year 7, Term 3 Unit: Mindset Lesson type: Community of InquiryTheme: Intelligence (Epistemology, Metaphysics, Ethics) Specific inquiry/reasoning skills: Exploring disagreement, Counterexamples | Rule focus: Building on ideas of others Purpose:

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