Time Zones 4 Unit 11 Test of character
Decision Making: The process of making choices by weighing the pros and cons of different options and considering their consequences.
What decisions would you make? You see you friend cheating on a math test. What do you do?
Work in pairs: Then share your ideas: You have been invited to two of your friends' parties on the same night. Whose party do you go to?
Honesty: Always tell the truth and be open and trustworthy. Integrity: Do the right thing even when no one is looking. A quality of adhering to strong moral and ethical principles. Respect: Show kindness and courtesy to all people. A positive feeling of admiration for someone or something that is honorable.
Test of Character: What Qualities Make a Good Person?
Talk with a partner. In an experiment, a lone person sees a thief trying to steal a woman's handbag. The experiment was conducted 10 times. How many people do you think tried to help the woman?
The bystander effect occurs when the presence of others discourages an individual from intervening in an emergency situation, against a bully, or during an assault or other crime. The greater the number of bystanders, the less likely it is for any one of them to provide help to a person in distress.
What does it mean to have integrity?
- Being physically strong
- Being honest and having strong moral principles
- Having a lot of friends
- Being wealthy
What is empathy?
- Having the ability to play an instrument well
- Understanding how others feel and being able to relate to them
- Knowing how many countries there are in the world
- The study of bugs
Why is kindness important?
- It helps you get what you want
- It impresses other people
- It makes you popular
- It makes people feel good
Work in pairs: Have you ever made a decision and then changed your mind? If yes, explain the situation.