February 01 values

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February 01 values

  1. 1. Values<br />
  2. 2. Strimko<br />
  3. 3. The Definition <br />Values<br />The ideas and beliefs that guide your life<br />A thing or idea that is important to you<br />
  4. 4. Two Main Groups<br />Tangible<br />house, car, pets, jewellery, books, money, stereo, clothes, video games, artwork<br />Intangible<br />trust, independence, friendship, education, love, religion, creativity, knowledge<br />
  5. 5. Learning and Developing Values<br />We begin learning values at birth<br />Many are learned from the way we are raised<br />Family /friend / people influence<br />Many are learned from our own personal experiences<br />Environmental / experiential influences<br />
  6. 6. The Common Good (Utilitarianism)<br />A phrase / idea used in many places<br />The biggest positive effect for the largest amount of people.<br />An action following this rule is called utilitarian<br />
  7. 7. Values and Adolescence<br />Adolescence is an important time for our development<br />Also the development of values<br />When choosing values, ask yourself…<br />Is this value positive or negative? (vague)<br />Will it bring happiness or pain? (better)<br />Is it better for the common good, or better for only me? (best)<br />utilitarian (good) or selfish (bad)<br />Aim to satisfy both!<br />

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