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In your opinion, what is the biggest risk you can take?

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1. Word cloud
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In your opinion, what is the biggest risk you can take?
2. Slide
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Risk Taking & Moral Dilemmas
Risk taking means making decisions with the possibility of a negative outcome. Moral dilemmas involve making a tough choice between two equally bad options. It's important to weigh the risks and consequences before making a decision.
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Risk taking and moral dilemmas
Risk Taking: Taking calculated risks to achieve a desired outcome.
Moral Dilemma: A situation in which a person must choose between two or more conflicting ethical values.
Consequentialism: A moral philosophy that suggests whatever produces the best outcome is the right action.
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Did you know?
Studies have found that people with higher levels of risk-taking behavior tend to have higher levels of creativity. Moral dilemmas are often used to test the ethical decision-making of people in different situations. The average person makes around 35,000 moral decisions each day.
5. Open question
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What do you think are the risks of taking a moral dilemma too lightly?
6. Open question
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How can we determine what is the right course of action in a moral dilemma?
7. Open question
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How do you feel when faced with a moral dilemma?
8. Open question
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What strategies do you think might help you make a decision when faced with a difficult moral dilemma?
9. Drawings
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Brain break: Draw a dinosaur ice skating on an ice cream cone.
10. Drawings
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In pairs: Select one task
Question: You are a scientist who has been asked to create a vaccine that will save millions of lives, but you must use animal testing to do it. Do you choose to proceed with the animal testing, knowing it will save human lives?
Consider the ethical implications of animal testing. Think about the potential outcomes of your decision. Weigh the risks and benefits of the situation.
A: Have a discussion among your group and create a diagram about possible solutions. B: Write a short essay reflecting on your decision and what it would mean for society.
11. Poll
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What is the term used to describe a situation where an individual must make a decision between two morally conflicting options?
  • Ethical choice
  • Risk taking
  • Moral dilemma
12. Poll
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Which of the following is an example of a moral dilemma?
  • Deciding whether to tell the truth or lie in order to protect someone
  • Choosing between going skydiving or staying at home
  • Deciding what to wear for a party
13. Poll
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What is risk taking?
  • Engaging in activities that have potential negative consequences
  • Making decisions based on moral values
  • Being cautious and avoiding dangerous situations
14. Poll
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Which of the following statements about risk taking is true?
  • It can lead to personal growth and new experiences
  • It always results in negative outcomes
  • It should be avoided at all costs
15. Poll
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When faced with a moral dilemma, what should you consider when making a decision?
  • The easiest option without considering ethical implications
  • Consequences, values, and principles involved
  • Personal preference without considering others' feelings
16. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What is one way that taking risks can help you make decisions in moral dilemmas?

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