The Philosophy Club - An Adventure In Thinking

 

The Philosophy Club

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The Philosophy Club is an exciting new publication to stimulate young people aged 10 and upwards with photocopiable dialogues, games, thinking activities and many other starting points for philosophical enquiry. It has been designed with after-school clubs and summer schools in mind but could also be used in school lesson times. The publication includes comprehensive guidance on how to develop philosophical discussions and advice on how to set up and run a philosophy club. More material for The Philosophy Club will be available in the future.

 

Format: A4 167pp in ring-binder
Age Range: 10 and upwards
ISBN: 1-903804-03-5
Applications: After-school clubs, summer schools, PSHE, Citizenship, Thinking Skills
Authors: Roger Sutcliffe and Steve Williams are experienced teachers of English and Philosophy. They are recognised internationally for their work in Philosophy with Children and are founder members of SAPERE (Society for the Advancement of Philosophical Enquiry and Reflection in Education).

 

 

 

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