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The If Machine reader ☆ 216 pages Download µ [Reading] ➻ The If Machine By Peter Worley – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Can computers think? What makes something human? How big is infinity? From Sartre to Searle this practical book is rooted in philosophical theory and introduced at a level suitable for children Each s Can coGender and identity and existence and beauty All the enuiries have been tried and tested in the primary and early secondary classroom and a handy star system is included to indicate the difficulty level of each one enabling uick ability differentiation With a comprehensive introduction and key sections on the philosophy behind the experiments this book A superb tool to get students thinking and talking

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Can computers think? What makes something human? How big is infinity? From Sartre to Searle this practical book is rooted in philosophical theory and introduced at a level suitable for children Each session offers an imaginary situation followed by a series of uestions to encourage children to challenge key philosophical ideas such as values and ethics Fantastic for teaching teens philosophy Great discussion fantastic lesson plans

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The If MachineAlso includes an online teacher's resource to guide practitioners through using the sessions to best effect in the classroom Invaluable as a resource for P4C trained teachers this book is also perfect for teachers who want to introduce higher order and critical thinking into their classroom or as a resource for philosophy consultants working with childr Great book with a list of thought experiments to do with children Each one has a bit of text to read out loud and uestions to kickstart the discussion The author also gives hints as to what the children might say to help prepare the sessionsThe downloadable companion guide is also well done and gives information on the original thought experiment and the opinion of the philosophers who introduced them