Alternative Options to Euthanasia

There are many alternative options to Euthanasia. The NHS has provided some details of alternatives. http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Euthanasiaandassistedsuicide/Pages/Alternatives.aspx It would be good exam revision to learn about a few of these and the arguments for and against that option.  

Embryo Research

In your Morality and Medicine topic you may be asked about Embryo Research and viewpoints related to it. Here are some resources you can use to help you revise for this section. What is Embryo Research? http://www.rsrevision.com/Alevel/ethics/embryology/definitions.htm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIy-zCaFaWw Humanist (non-religious) response to Embryo Research http://www.humanismforschools.org.uk/pdfs/embryo%20research.pdf Buddhist Response to Embryo Research http://www.clear-vision.org/Schools/Students/Ages-17-18/life-and-death/embryo-research.aspx    

How do Non- Religious people make decisions?

There is no one singular answer to this question. People make decisions in a variety of different ways, people may not even know the process that they go through to make decisions. Some religious people may look to their own holy books or teachings for guidance. But what about non religious people? Where do they … Continue reading How do Non- Religious people make decisions?

Revision Wall

I am not even a little bit ashamed to admit how excited I am about my Revision Wall. Complete with Fairy Lights. On it I have some revision posters, model answers and revision guides. I also in a drawer underneath I have marking schemes of past paper questions to help pupils with creating revision mind … Continue reading Revision Wall

Revision Stations

If you're anything like me you will go on Pintrest and 'pin' loads of amazing lesson ideas, that you will get round to doing one day and never actually getting round to following your oh so excellent intentions through. Well as part of my "use less PowerPoint" resolution, I decided this week to try out … Continue reading Revision Stations