From Delphi the Philosopher
Time is running out for Socrates and Delphi is getting desperate. And why had all these strange things started happening to her? If anyone could help it would be the gods. Surely, they can do anything. Can't they?
This download consists of the Zeus enquiry from Delphi the Philosopher.
This lesson challenges children to start thinking about philosophical problems in more abstract rather than concrete terms. This is achieved by developing children’s logical thinking through attempting some philosophical puzzles. The lesson uses the mind mapping technique to help children unpick the word ‘free’ and what its potential limits are – revisiting and developing the mind map through the lesson. The chapter also references some famous arguments about the nature of God from medieval philosophy – the idea of creating an immoveable boulder and the problem of free will – within the context of the Greek gods.
- The full colour e-book of Zeus 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.
Purchase includes a £5 discount on the full scheme of Delphi the Philosopher. Therefore, you won’t need to pay for this enquiry again if you purchase the full scheme.
Terms and Conditions apply.
Zeus - Enquiry Pack
Your file can be downloaded from the confirmation screen by clicking the download button. Save this file to your own computer or hard drive. Upon completion of purchase, you'll also receive an e-mail containing a link to your download. The link remains active for 30 days. To download your file, click the link, and save the file to your computer or device. If you experience any problems with accessing the link, you can also right click and 'save target as' or open your e-mail in a web browser. If you ever lose your file, need a new link or experience any technical problems, just contact us and we can resolve it.
Download is in a .zip format. This can be opened by most operating systems or with free software such as Winzip (www.winzip.com).
The resources are in .pdf format. This will require software such as Microsoft Edge or Adobe Reader to open. The document should open on tablets / phones without the need for additional software, but should be saved to your files or an app such as iBooks.
The slideshows are in read-only Powerpoint presentation format (.ppsx).
Terms and Conditions
By purchasing this product, you are agreeing to our Terms and Conditions. Please review them here before completing your order. Purchasing this product entitles you to use all the resources within your school or educational establishment. Do not copy or distribute any part of these resources with anyone else by any means.
Please do not share your file, confirmation e-mail or download link with anyone else.