50 Philosophical Questions is a collection of 50 questions for philosophical discussions about life and reality.
Are your advanced students looking for some more meaningful discussions which are not too personal? Philosophy is the answer!
With 50 Philosophical Questions they will discuss the meaning of life, ethics, perception, and many more thought-provoking topics!
What is the meaning of life?
Is there such a thing as objective morality?
Can we truly trust our senses?
This set works best with students who are talkative and not afraid of discussing philosophical dilemmas. It is great for students who are bored with traditional questions and want to have meaningful discussions.
This PDF consists of 75 pages.
The set contains:
- 50 questions for online use
- 50 questions in printable card form
- Teacher Notes and ideas for use
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What can you do with it?
Use the questions:
- as interesting warmers or fillers.
- as discussion starters. The questions are bound to spark deep discussions.
- to supplement coursebook topics. You can use some of the questions to supplement your advanced coursebook topics with an interesting discussion.
- for classroom debates.
The set works for online lessons and for printing.
Who is it for?
This set is intended for use with students at levels C1 and above - adults and older teenagers.
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