Ideas to support dialogue issues of equality, discrimination and freedom following a reading of Kurt Vonnegut's classic story.
Starting materials and lesson plans
This section is a library of starting materials, recommended resources, original stories, lesson plans, and a host of other items to help you bring about great philosophical inquiries.
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An illustration from an old journal of phrenology can be used to explore concepts of mind, body, science and pseudo-science. Steve Bramall explains how.
Steve Williams introduces some general strategies to guide writing for thinking and thinking for writing .
A story with comprehensive background notes and activities to explore the concepts of rights, privileges, duties and responsibilities.
Two activities to explore children's attitudes to questions and to ask them to consider degrees of truth in answers to a question.
An e-book with 14 activities to enliven your P4C sessions. There are short thinking games, ideas for role plays and routines you can adapt for mini-enquiries and follow-ups.