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Discuss any moral dilemma! Use this graphic organizer +lesson pack I created to conduct an ethics or student advisory lesson based on ANY moral dilemma or problem.
*Distance Learning tip: This resource comes packaged with an editable Google Docs link*
I teach ethics with my students and often when we are confronted with a tough moral problem - like the Trolley Problem - I use this graphic organizer and accompanying materials to lead a discussion on the gist of the problem and to identify the main components of the ethical dilemma.
This resource works with any topic you are discussing in class.
- 1 Graphic Organizer - "The Three Elements of a Moral Act"
- 1 Suggested Lesson Plan and Guidelines to use this resource with your students
- 1 Sample Work provided
- 1 Four-point Grading Rubric
- 1 Exit Ticket to check for understanding
- 1 Bibliography for further research
If you are teaching the following topics - this resource is an instant 1.5 hour lesson ready-to-go:
- Introduction to Ethics
- Student Advisory on Complex Moral Issues
- Current Events
- Deontology and Kantian Ethics
- Virtue Ethics
- Moral Theology
- Public Speaking
If you liked this resource - check out my other lessons available in my Philosophy in the Classroom series.
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