Religious Attitudes to Infertility Treatments Starter – completed. Lesson – After title, split the page in half (Buddhist and Christian). Start each side with “I remember...” and jot down as many key teachings as possible. Extension – start to apply these to AID, AIH, IVF and surrogacy. To revisit some key Buddhist and Christian teachings. To apply these to discussions about how these inform religious attitudes towards fertility treatments. To evaluate and compare these religious attitudes to one’s own opinion. Religious Attitudes Using p7, take key notes on how Christianity (different denominations) and Buddhism might apply to AIH, IVF, AID and surrogacy. Buddhism Christianity “I remember...” “I can remember...” “These apply to...” “These apply to...” AID (agree/disagree?) AID (agree/disagree?) AIH (agree/disagree?) AIH (agree/disagree?) Surrogacy Surrogacy /IVF(agree/disagree?) /IVF(agree/disagree?) Exam Question Explain religious attitudes towards infertility treatments. (6 marks) “Religious attitudes to infertility treatments vary depending on the religion and the type of treatment. For example... Say whether they agree or disagree with a type of fertility and why/evidence in teachings. Then move on.