Presentation on theme: "Objective... To use group work, media clips and real life scenarios to understand what Christians believe about organ donation."— Presentation transcript:
1Objective...To use group work, media clips and real life scenarios to understand what Christians believe about organ donation.
2OUTCOMES... Your GOALS for the end of this lesson are… Grade C All will be able to SELECT Christians arguments both for and against organ donation.Grade BMost will be able to EXPLAIN how Christians might respond to the various real life scenarios.Grade A/A*Some will be able to GIVE AN OPINION on each of the scenarios explaining if they agree or disagree with Christian views.Your GOALS forthe end ofthis lesson are…
3Starter... Is organ donation heroic? If so who is heroic? (the person who donates, the donators family?)Is it equally as brave if someone who is alive donates an organ or marrow?
4What do Christians think?... How should Christians view organ donation according to the POPE?What do you think he means by ‘morally acceptable’?There is an everyday heroism, made up of gestures and sharing, big and small... A particularly praiseworthy example of such gestures is the donation of organs in a morally acceptable manor.
5What do Christians think?... In groups of 4... Put the body parts on the body in the correct order. They must be put into the body in the correct place. What do you notice about all the body parts you have been given?
6What do Christians think?... Each body part contains information about Christian beliefs on organ donation.Arrange these organs into arguments for organ donation and arguments against.
7What do Christians think What do Christians think?... Using the information you have collected and organised copy and complete the following table.Most Christians agree with organ donation because...Some Christians disagree with organ donation because...It is a loving and charitable act which fulfils Jesus’ teaching to love one another.It raises no problems for life after death as the body is not needed in heaven.It is a way people can show their gratitude for God’s gift of life.It violates the ‘sanctity of life’ and people should not ‘play God’.The organs are an essential part of an individual which God has created and it would be wrong to replace a part of that person.It is interfering with God’s plans for each individual.Christian views can also depend on WHY a persons organs need replacing. Some Christians disagree with replacing an organ that has been damaged because the person has abused their own body that God created!Also Christians will only agree with organ donation if it is done in a responsible way that reflects loving charity.Also – Roman Catholics teach that transplant surgery is a very positive thing and Catholics are encouraged to become organ donors.Most protestant churches believe organ donation is a matter of personal conscience and each person should make their own choice about it.
8Complete Page 74 of your REVISION WORKBOOK. What do Christians think?...Complete Page 74 of your REVISION WORKBOOK.Swap with a partner and mark each others work in GREEN PENThe type of question (a,b,c,d) and the marks for each question (2,4,8,6) are in brackets at the side.Please comment – giving a POSITIVE and a TARGET
9OUTCOMES... Grade C Did you achieve All will be able to SELECT Christians arguments both for and against organ donation.Did you achieveYour goals?…
10What would a Christian do?... Scenario 1Scenario 2Set up your book in the following way...Scenario 4Scenario 3
11What would a Christian do?... For each scenario...Write a sentence explaining the situation.Explain how a Christian would respond to the situation – would they agree/disagree? Would there be mixed opinions amongst Christians? – Explain your response
13SHOULD ALCOHOLICS GET LIVER TRANSPLANTS? Scenario 2...SHOULD ALCOHOLICS GET LIVER TRANSPLANTS?The failure of footballer George Best to refrain from drinking alcohol despite a life-saving liver transplant just 12 months ago has prompted questions about the merits of offering transplant surgery to alcoholics.Some say it is a waste of a precious and scarce resource, but others say there is no reason why people suffering from such a debilitating disease should be discriminated against.
15“She’s quite the miracle,” Bunting said. Scenario 4...Every day is Thanksgiving for Tim and Heather Tickal and their family. The Mason City couple’s 7-year-old daughter, Bailey, who was born with kidney disease and was given only a chance of survival, received a kidney transplant five years ago today from her grandmother, Helen Bunting of Rudd.Bailey, who couldn’t walk without a walker and was behind on talking before the transplant, now is enjoying being a first-grader at Hoover Elementary School and playing on the monkey bars.The outgoing little girl also has caught up on her speaking skills — and then some. “She’s quite the miracle,” Bunting said.The family likes to joke that Bailey got her “orneryness” from her grandmother’s kidney.
16OUTCOMES... Did you achieve your goal?… Grade B Most will be able to EXPLAIN how Christians might respond to the various real life scenarios.Did you achieveyour goal?…
17Look back at each scenario. How do you feel about each one?Is your opinion similar or different to the Christian one? Explain
18OUTCOMES... Did you achieve your goal?... Grade A/A* Some will be able to GIVE AN OPINION on each of the scenarios explaining if they agree or disagree with Christian views.Did you achieveyour goal?...
19Plenary...For each of the words the class must get a nominated pupil to turn their back to the screen and guess the word – they must not say the word or spell it out!
20TRANSPLANT SURGERYTHE SANCTITY OF LIFEORGAN DONATIONCATHOLICS AGREEDONOR CARD
21FINISH Page 74 of your revision workbook if you haven’t already. For NEXT LESSON…FINISH Page 74 of your revision workbook if you haven’t already.