Evil & Suffering Pack
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Exploring Evil and Suffering Thinking Hats
The Thinking Hats provide a unique approach to discussion and assessment. This creative approach to exploring evil and suffering is a discussion based resource that can work as a teacher led class discussion, in smaller groups or as an individual study. The Thinking Hats are designed to promote higher forms of thinking and support the learning outcomes and ask questions using Bloom’s holistic approach. This resource provides rich stimulus for discussion and assessment. The Thinking Hat questions support students in their understanding of evil and suffering and enables students to develop an enquiring approach to their studies.
This e-resource can be downloaded and printed. It can also be displayed on the IWB and on student’s electronic devices.
- Evil and Suffering Thinking Hats interactive presentation
- Five Evil and Suffering Thinking Hats worksheets
- Teacher notes
Evil & Suffering Discussion Posters
The eight images provide key visual stimulus to encourage deeper discussion and debate as well as philosophical and creative responses. Each image has specific questions which explores faith and belief as well as an opportunity for further discussion and research. This is an ideal resource to initiate discussion and silent debate, allowing students to reflect and critically analyse this topic. The questions that are specific to each image provide students with the opportunity to enquire into key concepts.
This resource is an e-resource which can be downloaded and printed or displayed on the IWB and on student’s electronic devices.
- Exploring Evil and Suffering interactive presentation: eight images with questions
- Teacher notes
Exploring Evil and Suffering P4C Interactive Presentation
This interactive presentation includes a selection of 36 philosophical statements and questions around the topic of evil and suffering. This interactive presentation is a discussion based resource which can work as a teacher-led class discussion, in smaller groups, as a debate activity as well an individual task. The presentation can be displayed on the IWB as a whole class activity and on student’s electronic devices. Teachers and students can choose a set of six colour coded statements or six randomly selected statements. These statements are intended to advance lively debate whilst developing key listening and questioning skills and above all the opportunity for careful consideration of the views of others. Students can be given a statement as a classroom, homework or reflection task. This resource can be used as a whole class debate and also used in silent debates or as a revision activity. As a P4C activity this can be used as a starter, evaluation and a flexible written assessment tool.
- Exploring Evil and Suffering: P4C Interactive Presentation
- Teacher notes