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  • 1. Character Education Mr. Anderson Character Trait Fairness Mr. Andersons Character Development ClassFree powerpoints at http://www.worldofteaching.com
  • 2. Fairness Definition:Demonstrating impartial, unbiased,and equitable treatment of others. Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 3. Fairness Definition:Taking turns, sharing, and listening to what others have to say. Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 4. Fairness Example• I show fairness when I take only my share. Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 5. Fairness Example• I am fair when I play by the rules. Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 6. Fairness Words• Open-minded • Favoritism• Justice • Consistent• Equity • Certain• Consequences • Proportional• Prejudice • Impartiality Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 7. Equity Definition:Not taking advantage of others and making correction of mistakes. Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 8. Equity Example• An equitable person admits and corrects mistakes promptly and voluntarily and expects others to do the same. Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 9. Equity Example• An equitable person doesn’t take advantage of the weaknesses or ignorance of others. Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 10. Equity Example• An equitable person doesn’t take more than his/her fair share. Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 11. Equity Example• An equitable person doesn’t blame others unfairly. Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 12. Fairness QuotesThe probability that we may fail in the struggle ought not deter us from the support of a cause we believe to be just. -Abraham Lincoln Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 13. Fairness QuotesReconciliation should be accompanied by justice, otherwise it will not last. While we all hope for peace it shouldn’t be peace at any cost but peace based on principle, on justice. -Corazon Aquino Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 14. Fairness QuotesThe foundation of justice is good faith. -Marcus T. Cicero Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 15. Fairness QuotesTime is the justice that examines all offenders. -William Shakespeare Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 16. Fairness QuotesJustice is a temporary thing that must at last come to an end; but the conscience is eternal and will never die. -Martin Luther Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 17. Fairness QuotesNothing is to be preferred before justice. -Socrates Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 18. Fairness QuotesJustice is the ligament which holds civilized beings and civilized nations together. -Daniel Webster Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 19. Fairness QuotesJustice and power must be brought together, so that whatever is just may be powerful, and whatever is powerful may be just. -Blaise Pascal Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 20. “The Donkey and the Lion.” -Aesop Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 21. Discussion Questions for“The Donkey and the Lion”1. How did the lion get away with taking all of the food? Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 22. Discussion Questions for“The Donkey and the Lion”2. Have you ever played with someone who made up their own rules? Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 23. Discussion Questions for“The Donkey and the Lion”3. How does it feel to be cheated or taken advantage of? Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 24. Discussion Questions for“The Donkey and the Lion”4. Why is it important to play by rules that all players agree upon? Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 25. Discussion Questions for“The Donkey and the Lion”5. When playing a game or participating in a group activity, what can you do to make sure that everyone is treated fairly? Mr. Andersons Character Development Class
  • 26. Watch your thoughts; they become words.Watch your words; they become actions.Watch your actions; they become habits.Watch your habits; they become character.Watch your character; for it becomes your destiny!!! Mr. Andersons Character Development Class