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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION NSW

LESSON PLAN FORMAT [Modified for EDRE528 2014 Assessment Task


2B]

Class:

Catholic studies

Date: 1/10/2015

Time:

Start:

________12.00pm_________________
Finish:

__________

1.00pm_______________
Key Learning Area:

Essential principles Lesson Topic: Moral decision-making and choices

of moral reasoning
Recent Prior Learning/Experience (specific relevant concepts, skills and values the school students have experienced prior to this lesson):

Syllabus Outcome(s):
(One or two only. Please note the syllabus
reference number AND write out in full).

E6-2 2 Catholic Moral Teaching and


Conscience
Integrate Catholic teaching into
moral decision-making and choices

Indicators of Learning for this lesson:


Behaviours that contribute toward achievement of
outcome(s).
Quote syllabus numbers. Must be clear, specific,
observable.
Curriculum Content Strands may be used as headings.

Assessment:
Strategies which will be used to assess
learners attainment of learning outcomes.
Should be linked to each learning indicator.

Group discussion

By the end of this lesson, the students will:


Identify and explain the essential principles of catholic
moral reasoning
Identify and compare 4 stages of the catholic moral

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decision making process to the one mentioned in Robert


Gascoignes Freedom and purpose
Relate the catholic process to real life situations.
Any safety issues to be considered:

Resources:

Stay clear of asking student to give


recounts of times when they had to stop
and thinking about the wrong or right
choice.

http://prezi.com/s6joa3efim5o/present/?auth_key=vy6jxba&follow=pdzov5cijq2o&kw=presents6joa3efim5o&rc=ref-128724199

LESSON SEQUENCE
Lesson Content / Indicators of
Learning (What is Taught):
Note key skills, concepts and values in
each section. Link to your Indicators of
Learning.

Timin
g
(mins)

Teaching Strategies / Learning Experiences:


(How it is taught)

Resources
Organisation:

and

Write detailed steps showing what the teacher (T) will


do and what students (Ss) will do.

INTRODUCTION
The lesson students will be introduced
to the essential principles of moral
reasoning and how it is used in the
moral decision making process.

10 min

T introduces greets the class


T marks roll asking each student to be seated and
silent whilst doing so.
T introduces What stages students are up to T informs
student what will be hopefully achieved today
T asks Ss to raise hand and answer question when
selected. Ask what they think moral reasoning means.

DEVELOPMENT

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Moral reasoning comes from 4 stages

20 min

Ideals, Virtues, Decisions and action


1 Ted asks Sarah if he can copy her
exam answers, Sarah says no.
2 Ted asks Sarah if he can copy her
exam answers, because his dad will
abuse him at home if he was to fail
Sarah says yes.
3 Jake sees the cleaner picking up
the rubbish on the playground. Jake
decided to throw his rubbish on the
ground because the cleaner will pick it
up shortly

T ask students to take notes on the important point


and to raise hand if any questions arise during the
presentation

Prezi

T Present Prezi on Guide to moral reasoning and


decision making.
10 min

T explains Robert Gascoignes 6 stages to decision


making process making reference to the catholic moral
reasoning
T begins four examples

10 min

4 Sharron sees her friend bullying


another student, Should she tell the
teacher

After each example T ask Ss to explains how you can


use the catholic moral decision making process to
achieve the morally correct outcome

T ask Ss to think about world issues and give answer


using a decision making process from the catholic
perspective or Robert Gascoignes perspective

Examples of world issues teach could


suggest

T selects 2 Ss to share answer

WAR
Poverty

CLOSURE
What are the 4 steps to catholic moral
decision making

5 min

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T concludes class by praising student participation and


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What are
Gascoigne
process

the 6
moral

steps to Robert
decision making

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T ask student review questions to test understanding


T ask Ss to stand behind desk for dismissal

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