By Mark Freakley

This is often a massive new source for lecturers eager about values and ethics schooling. It offers more than a few 'practical philosophy' assets for secondary institution lecturers that may be utilized in English, non secular schooling, citizenship, own improvement, and social technology topics. The fabrics contain narratives to have interaction scholars in philosophical inquiry, doing ethics in the course of the job of philosophy, now not easily studying approximately it.

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She’s doing things that people will take notice of. I saw she’s already got a scholarship to one of those up-market universities. ’ David stood up and pushed in his chair. ‘For the record, Vince, Nadine Jones is going on a music scholarship and doesn’t do any science subjects. If it’s that important to you then you should know I’ll be in the paper next week. ’ David walked off to his room. ‘You’re too hard on him, Vince,’ said David’s mother. ’ ‘Vince, I wish you wouldn’t say that. ’ Vignette 2D – Doing the best, or being the best?

4. Sharing resources equally. 5. Sharing resources in proportion to what people deserve. 6. Giving everyone what he or she deserves. 7. Giving some people more than others, according to their needs. 8. Privileging one group of people over another. 3 A just society Social justice refers to the view that justice should be achieved in all aspects of society. A just society is one in which individuals and groups enjoy fair treatment and a fair share of the benefits of society. To pursue this goal is to move towards a socially just world.

So they don’t want to stop people smoking but rather protect, say, children or babies in cars. I mean it’s a bit like mobile phones in cars. ’ Jane said, ‘Okay, Courtney – but doesn’t someone have to make choices when the person is doing the wrong thing? ’ ‘Shouldn’t Toby have been given a fair go, though? ’ Vignette 3B – The lunch money thief V Several thefts of lunch money had taken place in Mrs Andrews’ Year 6 class. Although she had no evidence or proof, Mrs Andrews suspected that some of her students were aware of who the culprit was.

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