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Philosophy 1

Skapad 2018-10-12 13:30 i Kungsholmens gymnasium Stockholm Gymnasieskolor
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Philosophy 1

A: Unit #1 Existence
Unit #1 Existence
E- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Account in basic terms some issues and theories Discussion: Discuss in basic terms and with simple arguments (Discussion) Reflection: drawing simple conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. (Reflection) Use of Terms: Distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances Students give an account in basic terms of and discuss in basic terms and with simple arguments some issues and theories concerning existence and language philosophy. Students also make simple comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with some certainty some relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with some certainty philosophical issues, and also make simple analyses of several issues and theories concerning existence, and language philosophy Student analyses lead to simple explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where some relevant philosophical concepts are used with some certainty. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing simple conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances and logical arguments in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with simple arguments.
C- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Account in detail of and discuss in detail several issues and theories. Discussion: Discuss in detail and with well grounded arguments Reflection: Drawing well grounded conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. (Reflection) Use of Terms: Distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances Students give an account in detail of and discuss in detail and with well grounded arguments several issues and theories concerning existence and language philosophy. Students also make well grounded comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with some certainty several relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with some certainty philosophical issues, and also make well grounded analyses of several issues and theories concerning existence, and language philosophy. Students formulate themselves independently in relation to their selected sources. Student analyses lead to well grounded explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where several relevant philosophical concepts are used with some certainty. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing well grounded conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances and logical arguments in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with well grounded arguments.
A- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Provide a well grounded and balanced explanation. Discussion: Discuss in detail (nuanced) with well grounded and balanced arguments. Reflection: You may also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Use of Terms: Explain with certainty language nuances (TERMS, unpacking terms) Students give an account in detail and in a balanced way of and discuss in detail and with well grounded and balanced arguments several issues and theories concerning existence and language philosophy. Students also make well grounded and balanced comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with certainty relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with certainty philosophical issues, and also make well grounded and balanced analyses of several issues and theories concerning existence, and language philosophy. Students formulate themselves independently in relation to their selected sources. Student analyses lead to well grounded and balanced explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where several relevant philosophical concepts are used with certainty. Based on their analyses, Students also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing well grounded and balanced conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in balanced assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with certainty language nuances and logical argument in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with well grounded and balanced arguments.
UNIT 2: knowledge, science, social philosophy and language philosophy.
E: Unit #2 E- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Account in basic terms some issues and theories Discussion: Discuss in basic terms and with simple arguments (Discussion) Reflection: drawing simple conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. (Reflection) Use of Terms: Distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances Students give an account in basic terms of and discuss in basic terms and with simple arguments some issues and theories concerning knowledge, science, social philosophy and language philosophy. Students also make simple comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with some certainty some relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with some certainty philosophical issues, and also make simple analyses of several issues and theories concerning knowledge, science, social philosophy, and language philosophy Student analyses lead to simple explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where some relevant philosophical concepts are used with some certainty. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing simple conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances and logical arguments in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with simple arguments.
C: Unit #2 A- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Provide a well grounded and balanced explanation. Discussion: Discuss in detail (nuanced) with well grounded and balanced arguments. Reflection: You may also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Use of Terms: Explain with certainty language nuances (TERMS, unpacking terms) Grade C Students give an account in detail of and discuss in detail and with well grounded arguments several issues and theories concerning knowledge, science, social philosophy and language philosophy. Students also make well grounded comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with some certainty several relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with some certainty philosophical issues, and also make well grounded analyses of several issues and theories concerning knowledge, science, social philosophy, and language philosophy. Students formulate themselves independently in relation to their selected sources. Student analyses lead to well grounded explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where several relevant philosophical concepts are used with some certainty. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing well grounded conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances and logical arguments in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with well grounded arguments.
A- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Provide a well grounded and balanced explanation. Discussion: Discuss in detail (nuanced) with well grounded and balanced arguments. Reflection: You may also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Use of Terms: Explain with certainty language nuances (TERMS, unpacking terms) A Students give an account in detail and in a balanced way of and discuss in detail and with well grounded and balanced arguments several issues and theories concerning knowledge, science, social philosophy and language philosophy. Students also make well grounded and balanced comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with certainty relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with certainty philosophical issues, and also make well grounded and balanced analyses of several issues and theories concerning knowledge, science, social philosophy, and language philosophy. Students formulate themselves independently in relation to their selected sources. Student analyses lead to well grounded and balanced explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where several relevant philosophical concepts are used with certainty. Based on their analyses, Students also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing well grounded and balanced conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in balanced assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with certainty language nuances and logical argument in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with well grounded and balanced arguments.
UNIT 3: ethics, social philosophy and language philosophy.
E: Unit #3 E- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Account in basic terms some issues and theories Discussion: Discuss in basic terms and with simple arguments (Discussion) Reflection: drawing simple conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. (Reflection) Use of Terms: Distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances Students give an account in basic terms of and discuss in basic terms and with simple arguments some issues and theories concerning ethics, social philosophy and language philosophy. Students also make simple comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with some certainty some relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with some certainty philosophical issues, and also make simple analyses of several issues and theories concerning ethics, social philosophy, and language philosophy Student analyses lead to simple explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where some relevant philosophical concepts are used with some certainty. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing simple conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances and logical arguments in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with simple arguments.
C: Unit #3 A- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Provide a well grounded and balanced explanation. Discussion: Discuss in detail (nuanced) with well grounded and balanced arguments. Reflection: You may also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Use of Terms: Explain with certainty language nuances (TERMS, unpacking terms) Students give an account in detail of and discuss in detail and with well grounded arguments several issues and theories concerning ethics, science, social philosophy and language philosophy. Students also make well grounded comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with some certainty several relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with some certainty philosophical issues, and also make well grounded analyses of several issues and theories concerning ethics, social philosophy, and language philosophy. Students formulate themselves independently in relation to their selected sources. Student analyses lead to well grounded explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where several relevant philosophical concepts are used with some certainty. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing well grounded conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances and logical arguments in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with well grounded arguments.
A- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Provide a well grounded and balanced explanation. Discussion: Discuss in detail (nuanced) with well grounded and balanced arguments. Reflection: You may also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Use of Terms: Explain with certainty language nuances (TERMS, unpacking terms) Students give an account in detail and in a balanced way of and discuss in detail and with well grounded and balanced arguments several issues and theories concerning ethics, social philosophy and language philosophy. Students also make well grounded and balanced comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with certainty relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with certainty philosophical issues, and also make well grounded and balanced analyses of several issues and theories concerning ethics, social philosophy, and language philosophy. Students formulate themselves independently in relation to their selected sources. Student analyses lead to well grounded and balanced explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where several relevant philosophical concepts are used with certainty. Based on their analyses, Students also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing well grounded and balanced conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in balanced assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with certainty language nuances and logical argument in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with well grounded and balanced arguments.
UNIT 4: existence, current philosophical trends.
E: Unit #4 E- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Account in basic terms some issues and theories Discussion: Discuss in basic terms and with simple arguments (Discussion) Reflection: drawing simple conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. (Reflection) Use of Terms: Distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances Students give an account in basic terms of and discuss in basic terms and with simple arguments some issues and theories concerning existence, current philosophical trends. and language philosophy. Students also make simple comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with some certainty some relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with some certainty philosophical issues, and also make simple analyses of several issues and theories concerning existence, current philosophical trends.and language philosophy Student analyses lead to simple explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where some relevant philosophical concepts are used with some certainty. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing simple conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances and logical arguments in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with simple arguments.
C: Unit #4 A- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Provide a well grounded and balanced explanation. Discussion: Discuss in detail (nuanced) with well grounded and balanced arguments. Reflection: You may also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Use of Terms: Explain with certainty language nuances (TERMS, unpacking terms) Students give an account in detail of and discuss in detail and with well grounded arguments several issues and theories concerning existence, current philosophical trends and language philosophy. Students also make well grounded comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with some certainty several relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with some certainty philosophical issues, and also make well grounded analyses of several issues and theories concerning existence, current philosophical trends and language philosophy. Students formulate themselves independently in relation to their selected sources. Student analyses lead to well grounded explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where several relevant philosophical concepts are used with some certainty. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing well grounded conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in simple assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with some certainty language nuances and logical arguments in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with well grounded arguments.
A- Criteria Explain the Philosophy: Provide a well grounded and balanced explanation. Discussion: Discuss in detail (nuanced) with well grounded and balanced arguments. Reflection: You may also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Use of Terms: Explain with certainty language nuances (TERMS, unpacking terms) Students give an account in detail and in a balanced way of and discuss in detail and with well grounded and balanced arguments several issues and theories concerning existence, current philosophical trends and language philosophy. Students also make well grounded and balanced comparisons between different philosophical theories. In addition, students use with certainty relevant philosophical concepts. Students identify with certainty philosophical issues, and also make well grounded and balanced analyses of several issues and theories concerning existence, current philosophical trends and language philosophy. Students formulate themselves independently in relation to their selected sources. Student analyses lead to well grounded and balanced explanations of these philosophical issues and theories, where several relevant philosophical concepts are used with certainty. Based on their analyses, Students also raise relevant questions and identify new related questions. Students determine their views on philosophical questions and theories by drawing well grounded and balanced conclusions, and evaluating questions and theories in balanced assessments. Students distinguish between and explain with certainty language nuances and logical argument in different contexts, and also support their views in philosophical questions with well grounded and balanced arguments.
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