Christian Ethics 1 Introduction

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Lesson 1
An introduction to Christian Ethics
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Overview
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Introduction to Christian Ethics
Divine Command Theory
Are Christian Ethics Relative or Absolute?
Comparing different types of Christian Ethics
Evaluating Religious Ethics
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Review from GCSE
• You (if you took GCSE) know that Christians use many different
things to help them make moral decisions. In this lesson, you
will:
1. Review these different ideas
2. Teach another group what you have learned
3. Learn how to take effective notes that you can use for
revision.
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St Paul
Jewish Roots – eg
10
commandments
Jesus
How Christians
make moral
decisions
The Bible –
including 10
commandments
The Holy Spirit
The Church
Conscience
In your groups, you need to take two of these. Use your large
Folens textbook to research how Christians make moral decisions.
You have 10 minutes to prepare to teach a master class to another
group.
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Taking notes….
Date:
Summarise
key points
in 10 words
or less
When you find out about
your topic, complete this
Summarise lecture section in enough detail so
notes in this
that you can ‘teach’ it to
section. Use
someone else.
abbreviations.
Title
Highlight main
points.
Take these notes as
you go along.
In this section, write the information in your
own words. Begin to make links with other
parts of the course.
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Now…
Date:
Summarise
Summarise what you
have
points
earned in 10 wordskey
or
less in
in 10 words
or less
the side column…
Title
Summarise lecture
notes in this
section. Use
abbreviations.
Highlight main
points.
Take these notes as
you go along.
In this section, write the information in your
own words. Begin to make links with other
parts of the course.
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Now…Roundrobin and teach
your section to the others in
your group.
Date:
Summarise on
Make notes in this section
points
what each personkey
teaches
in 10 words
you. or less
Title
Summarise lecture
notes in this
section. Use
abbreviations.
Highlight main
points.
Take these notes as
you go along.
In this section, write the information in your
own words. Begin to make links with other
parts of the course.
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Now…Roundrobin and teach
your section to the others in
your group.
Date:
Summarise
After each person has
taught
points
you, use your own key
10
in 10 words
words
or less
to summarise your
ideas
Title
Summarise lecture
notes in this
section. Use
abbreviations.
Highlight main
points.
Take these notes as
you go along.
In this section, write the information in your
own words. Begin to make links with other
parts of the course.
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Now…Roundrobin and teach
your section to the others in
your group.
Date:
Summarise
key points
in 10 words
or less
Title
Summarise lecture
notes in this
section.cover
Use over the large
Then,
abbreviations.
section.
Using only the 10
Highlight main
words,
summarise the whole
points.
notes
section
Take these
notes in
as your own
words.
you go along.
In this section, write the information in your
own words. Begin to make links with other
parts of the course.
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Homework
• To be completed by Monday’s lesson:
• Watch and make notes on the PowerPoint Video on the Blog –
Christian Ethics 1
• Complete the Independent Learning Booklet – How are religion
and morality linked? and Divine Command Theory.
• To be completed by Tuesday’s lesson:
• Watch and make notes on the PowerPoint Video on the Blog –
Christian Ethics 2
• Complete the Independent Learning Booklet – Situation Ethics,
following the Love command of Jesus.
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