Preview of lesson plan:
- Write each of these words into a sentence: good, bad, right, wrong.
- Are these examples of fact or opinion?
Introduce that Meta ethics focuses on the meaning of these words and how ethical language is applied.
Ppt: Slides 1-2 covering absolute and relativism and how this links to Meta Ethics
Using three colours students highlight which arguments belong to EN, Intuitionism and Emotivism – using textbooks, internet (not the ppt) adding in extra detail on the other side.
Ppt: slides 3-7 covering ethical naturalism from Bradley and Foot.
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This 27 page pack contains quizzes, glossaries and possible exam questions to help structure your revision for all three of the A2 Ethics topics. It also provides space for notes and outlines the spec requirements. Everything you need to get your revision off to a flying start!