- A consideration of what it means to nurture children’s moral development
- A suggested methodology through which to discuss and analyse any morally rich story (whether fictional or a real life incident)
- One exemplar story and notes on how to structure its shared analysis
- Further discussion of the value of the ability to discuss morals and how children’s moral reasoning develops
- Two further stories for use in the same way.
You might also find the free resource helpful – it’s a story of fairness and the rule of law. All at Sea is an additional story resource that can be used in addition to the above unit, or it can be used separately.
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