From Delphi the Philosopher
Delphi is in the Agora and is desperate to help Socrates - but no-one's listening to her. Like many things in Athens, it's not fair. But when Delphi sees Miletus - the very man who got Socrates arrested - she gets an idea.
This download consists of the Miletus enquiry from Delphi the Philosopher.
This lesson helps to develop the children’s skill in discussing abstract ideas, with a focus on evaluating existing philosophical arguments. The chapter is a classic Socratic dialogue – where the children will follow a philosophical discussion between two characters and give their response to each argument. The issue that is being discussed is the meaning of ‘fair’, and through the chapter three different definitions are suggested and all rejected. By focusing on these arguments, discussions will develop the children’s comprehension, logical thinking and reasoning skills.
- The full colour e-book of Miletus from Delphi the Philosopher, including guidance notes for teachers throughout.
- Detailed lesson plan.
- The Delphi Philosophy Enquiry Guide, a quick-start guide to teaching with Delphi Philosophy.
- Picture slideshow, including all the questions and hand drawn and painted colour illustrations.
- All the sentence stems ready to print off for your classroom.
- Examples of pupil work.
- Lesson resources.
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Miletus - Enquiry Pack
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