An Oxplore workshop can take many different forms and it can be great fun getting creative with your classes/school groups! To help get you started, here are some free, printable materials with supporting slides that you might like to use with your students…
Firstly, we have ‘How to answer a Big Question’ which gives students the opportunity to create their own questions and plan how they might go about addressing these in a critical and balanced way.
Secondly, we’re excited to share our newly-created workshop focused on the Big Question, ‘Is it OK to ban certain books?’ which uses Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’ as a case study.
Please feel free to download, edit, share and use these materials with your students. If you have any questions about any of the resources, please don’t hesitate to ask via firstname.lastname@example.org. Likewise, if you have your own Oxplore workshop/teaching materials that would be happy to share with others, please let us know and we’d be delighted to share them on your behalf.