Time to Think Book 2 Cover

Time to Think Book 2

A guide to thoughtful discussion

Provide food for thought. Time to Think encourages the development of good thinking skills: reflective analysis, reasoning and discrimination. It asks students to consider philosophical concepts and promotes discussion. This series is supported by teacher notes, a checklist of essential thinking skills and evaluation forms.

Ages: 8-10 | Pages: 48 | Code: 0237 | ISBN: 9781877390296
Series: Time to Think

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Anne-Maree McDougall

Anne-Maree McDougall, a New Zealand-trained and registered teacher and an active member of the New Zealand Philosophy for Children Association, has a passion for thinking with students of all ages. She has worked with teachers, parents and students in New Zealand, Australia and England, and will continue to do so from her home on New Zealand's Coromandel Peninsula.


Using this Resource5
Practical Considerations5
The Role of the Teacher6
Assessment and Evaluation7
Think Tank8
Great Questions to Ask9
Living Longer10
Getting Even11
Eating Meat17
Liar, Liar . . .19
It's All an Illusion20
What's Real, What's Not?21
What's Important22
But Is It Art?23
Beginnings and Endings25
Medicines and Testing27
Winning and Losing28
Breaking the Law . . .32
Parents and Babies33
Evidence and Proof40
The Death Penalty41
Home Security43
Essential Skills44
Checklist for Essential Skills Covered45
Individual Self-Evaluation46
Teacher Evaluation47