This is a slide show that can be used for a lecture in Ethics or Philosophy Class. It covers the two main theories of morality: Consequentialist and Nonconsequentialist theory. The slides provide a definition of each theory. It also provides a definition of utilitarianism and ethical egoism, both different types of consequentialist theory. There are several "scenario" questions throughout the slides, for which students will have to ponder a moral dilemma and decide what they would pick. They will then reflect on their decision and decide which theory they followed and why. At the end of the slide show they will do a short exercise in their journals or loose paper - whichever you prefer. This should take about ten minutes of class or so, and the students will have fun discussing/debating their moral decisions and why they made them. The exercise allows them to apply their understanding of the theories to actual dilemmas. There are 17 slides in all, and this will take one or two class periods, depending on how long you discuss the scenarios.