Exploring Evil and Suffering Thinking Hats
This unique and exciting activity is based on Bloom’s Taxonomy and supports discussion and assessment of this topic. There are twenty four questions that provide a comprehensive approach to exploring evil and suffering. This resource is aimed at students in key stage 3 and 4. There are five worksheets that explore the different Christian responses to evil and suffering.
This resource is part of our Lift the Lid Discovery Box on Evil & Suffering which is full of informative and engaging resources that complement the Thinking Hats and support your teaching of Evil & Suffering. Click here to find out more.
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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