A open-ended dialogue about sharing and fairness. A group of teenagers are planning a hiking trip. How should they share the load?
Scripts and Dialogues
DIALOGUES ARE part of the tradition of philosophical writing and, within the frame of a dialogue, writers can also include stories, poems, myths and all kinds of other genres. Dialogues can be elaborate or very simple but the best dialogues are exploratory rather than didactic — its best not to give one character all the strongest arguments.
Scripts, either specially written or created from stories, can make powerful stimuli that involve pupils making meaning through reading aloud.
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A open-ended dialogue about fairies and reality.
A (very) abridged version of Descartes' classic philosophical text for use with p4c classes.
A dialogue and supporting science work on drugs in sport.
A dialogue bringing together a number of the key concepts under the Primary SEAL theme 5: 'Good to be me'.
A complete script and lesson plans of a popular traditional story.