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1 Synonym A word that means the same as another. If a word can be swapped in a sentence without changing the meaning of the sentence the two words are synonymous. Create spider-diagrams with synonyms for the following words. Morals Principles Influence

2 Morals Ethics Right & Wrong Good & Bad Virtues & Vices Principles Precept Rules

3 Principles Ethics Rules Laws Something Fundamental Truth Belief Rights (& Responsibilities)

4 Influence Effect Most Powerful Most Important Significant Biggest Impact

5  June 2009: Examine and comment on the view that developments in medical ethics should be guided by religious principles, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  January 2010: With reference to the topic you have investigated, examine and comment on the controversies which arise from an issue or issues within medical ethics and how far these can be resolved by or how far these conflict with religious/moral principles.  June 2010: With reference to the topic you have investigated, examine and comment on the issues that emerge from keeping up with developments in medical ethics whilst maintaining religious principles and/or ethical values.  January 2011: Examine and comment on the possible religious and/or ethical responses that might be made to issue(s) related to medical ethics, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  June 2011: ‘Religious and/or moral principles are a hindrance within medical ethics.’ Examine and comment on this claim, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  January 2012: Examine and comment on the view that approaches to medical ethics should not be guided by religious principles, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  June 2012: Examine and comment on the view that religious/ and or moral principles provide essential guidelines for medical ethics, with reference to the topic you have investigated. EXAM QUESTION (50 MARKS – 1HR15MIN) We are going to look at the wording of these questions, in order to write a plan for ‘generic’ versions of this exam question. There are two main types of questions which emerge, we will plan both and write one.

6  June 2009: Examine and comment on the view that developments in medical ethics should be guided by religious principles, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  January 2010: With reference to the topic you have investigated, examine and comment on the controversies which arise from an issue or issues within medical ethics and how far these can be resolved by or how far these conflict with religious/moral principles.  June 2010: With reference to the topic you have investigated, examine and comment on the issues that emerge from keeping up with developments in medical ethics whilst maintaining religious principles and/or ethical values.  January 2011: Examine and comment on the possible religious and/or ethical responses that might be made to issue(s) related to medical ethics, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  June 2011: ‘Religious and/or moral principles are a hindrance within medical ethics.’ Examine and comment on this claim, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  January 2012: Examine and comment on the view that approaches to medical ethics should not be guided by religious principles, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  June 2012: Examine and comment on the view that religious/ and or moral principles provide essential guidelines for medical ethics, with reference to the topic you have investigated. WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT

7  with reference to the topic you have investigated. GENERIC ESSAY PLAN

8  June 2009: Examine and comment on the view that developments in medical ethics should be guided by religious principles, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  January 2010: With reference to the topic you have investigated, examine and comment on the controversies which arise from an issue or issues within medical ethics and how far these can be resolved by or how far these conflict with religious/moral principles.  June 2010: With reference to the topic you have investigated, examine and comment on the issues that emerge from keeping up with developments in medical ethics whilst maintaining religious principles and/or ethical values.  January 2011: Examine and comment on the possible religious and/or ethical responses that might be made to issue(s) related to medical ethics, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  June 2011: ‘Religious and/or moral principles are a hindrance within medical ethics.’ Examine and comment on this claim, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  January 2012: Examine and comment on the view that approaches to medical ethics should not be guided by religious principles, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  June 2012: Examine and comment on the view that religious/ and or moral principles provide essential guidelines for medical ethics, with reference to the topic you have investigated. WHAT YOU ARE BEING ASKED TO DO!

9  with reference to the topic you have investigate, examine and comment on GENERIC ESSAY PLAN

10  June 2009: Examine and comment on the view that developments in medical ethics should be guided by religious principles, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  January 2010: With reference to the topic you have investigated, examine and comment on the controversies which arise from an issue or issues within medical ethics and how far these can be resolved by or how far these conflict with religious/moral principles.  June 2010: With reference to the topic you have investigated, examine and comment on the issues that emerge from keeping up with developments in medical ethics whilst maintaining religious principles and/or ethical values.  January 2011: Examine and comment on the possible religious and/or ethical responses that might be made to issue(s) related to medical ethics, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  June 2011: ‘Religious and/or moral principles are a hindrance within medical ethics.’ Examine and comment on this claim, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  January 2012: Examine and comment on the view that approaches to medical ethics should not be guided by religious principles, with reference to the topic you have investigated.  June 2012: Examine and comment on the view that religious/ and or moral principles provide essential guidelines for medical ethics, with reference to the topic you have investigated. THE ‘VIEW’ TO DISCUSS

11  with reference to the topic you have investigate, examine and comment on the view that/ issues that GENERIC ESSAY PLAN religious/ and or moral principles provide essential guidelines for medical ethics approaches to medical ethics should not be guided by religious principles religious and/or moral principles are a hindrance within medical ethics the possible religious and/or ethical responses that might be made to issue(s) related to medical ethics issues that emerge from keeping up with developments in medical ethics whilst maintaining religious principles and/or ethical values. controversies which arise from an issue or issues within medical ethics and how far these can be resolved by or how far these conflict with religious/moral principles. developments in medical ethics should be guided by religious principles

12  with reference to the topic you have investigate, examine and comment on GENERIC ESSAY PLANS Religious and moral principles being a guide “developments in medical ethics should be guided by religious principles ” Religious and moral principles interfere with medical ethics “Religious and/or moral principles are a hindrance within medical ethics” Nb// essentially the same question but negative Issues in medical ethics and religious/ethical responses “controversies which arise from an issue or issues within medical ethics and how far these can be resolved by or how far these conflict with religious/moral principles”.

13  Essay question 1: With reference to the topic you have investigate, examine and comment on the view that developments in medical ethics should be guided by religious and/or moral principles.  Essay question 2: With reference to the topic you have investigate, examine and comment on issues within medical ethics and the possible religious and/or ethical response which might be made. GENERIC ESSAY PLANS Example Essay PlanExample Essay Plan: I am going to go through it with you. What is good about it? What is bad about it?

14  Essay question 1: With reference to the topic you have investigate, examine and comment on the view that developments in medical ethics should be guided by religious and/or moral principles.  Essay question 2: With reference to the topic you have investigate, examine and comment on issues within medical ethics and the possible religious and/or ethical response which might be made. GENERIC ESSAY PLANS

15 MARK SCHEME – AO1

16 MARK SCHEME – AO2

17 When planning your essay, it needs to:  Present a range of material (well selected)  Show coherent understanding of various features and themes  Use evidence, examples and sources  Use key terms accurately  Offer analysis of the topic  Have a clear line of reasoning/ evaluation with regards to the question  Look at multiple points of view  Use evidence to clearly express a pint of view KEY IDEAS FROM THE MARK SCHEME

18 HAVE THIS FILLED IN BY WED!


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