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Moral and Values Worksheet (Englishpost.org)

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Moral and Values Worksheet (Englishpost.org)

  1. 1. 19-8-2016 Moral and Values
  2. 2. Moral and Values Englishpost.org Visit Englishpost.org for more teaching ideas and worksheets - Sharing is building others What’s the definition of moral ? concerned with the principles of right and wrong behavior and the goodness or badness of human character What are your values? Your values are the things that you believe are important in the way you live and work. Morals in society Here are some examples of morals in society:  Do not gossip  Tell the truth  Do not vandalize property  Have courage  Do not have sex before marriage  Keep your promises  Do not cheat  Treat others as you want to be treated  Be trustworthy  Do not judge  Be dependable  Respect others  Be forgiving  Keep your self control  Have integrity  Be accountable and take responsibility  Have patience  Be loyal  Have respect for yourself  Be tolerant of differences  Seek justice  Have humility  Serve mankind  Be generous Examples of Values  Reliable  Loyal  Committed  Open-minded  Consistent  Honest  Efficient  Innovative  Creative  Humorous  Adventurous  Motivated  Positive  Optimistic  Inspiring  Passionate  Respectful  Athletic  Courageous  Educated  Respected  Loving
  3. 3. Moral and Values Englishpost.org Visit Englishpost.org for more teaching ideas and worksheets - Sharing is building others Identify the implicit value in each saying 1. Live and Let live:_______________________________ 2. An apple a day keeps the doctors away:_____________________________ 3. The early bird catches the worm:___________________________ 4. The family that prays together stays together:____________________________ 5. A friend in need is a friend indeed:__________________________ 6. It is never too late to learn:_____________________________ 7. It takes two tango:____________________________________ 8. United we stand, divided we fall:__________________________ Match the values with their respective definition A. Love B. Loyalty C. Respect D. Honesty E. Courga F. Kind G. Politeness  to have strong feelings of liking a friend or person in your family ( )  show firm and Constant support ( )  the ability to do something that frightens one. ( )  having or showing behavior that is respectful ( )  the quality of being honest ( )  the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate ( )  a feeling of deep admiration for someone because of his or her abilities ( ) Write the opposite of these values in the spaces  Hate  Close-minded  Unfaithful  Negative  Loyal  Pessimist  Cowardice  Impolite  Dishonesty  Strength  Humility  False List of values 1. Love:______________________ 2. Open-minded:_______________ 3. Faithful:____________________ 4. Disloyal:____________________ 5. Polite:______________________ 6. Positive:____________________ 7. Optimist:____________________ 8. Courage:___________________ 9. Honesty:____________________ 10. Pride:______________________ 11. Weakness:__________________ 12. True:_______________________
  4. 4. Moral and Values Englishpost.org Visit Englishpost.org for more teaching ideas and worksheets - Sharing is building others Boston Honors Homeless Man Who Returns $42,000 Found In Backpack Glen James a homeless Boston man, reportedly found a backpack Saturday at a shopping mall containing $42,000 in cash and traveler’s checks, but instead of keeping it, James flagged down a patrol car so that it could be returned to its rightful owner. Now the Good Samaritan whose noble words include “even if I were desperate for money, I would not have kept even a penny” — is being honored by his town for his honesty, according to Boston Magazine. 1. Who was Glen James? _____________________________________________ 2. What did Glen find? _____________________________________________ 3. What did he do with the things he found? _______________________________________________ 4. What opinion do people have of Glen? ______________________________________________ Billy Ray Harris, Homeless Man Who Returned Diamond Ring, Gets A New Home One act of kindness has given a Missouri homeless man a new lease on life. Back in February, while panhandling on a Kansas City street, Billy Ray Harris noticed that a woman had accidentally dropped a diamond engagement ring in his cup, KCTV reported. He debated selling it, but decided to hold onto it instead in case the woman returned, a decision that would prove to change the course of his life forever. Sure enough, three days later, an exasperated Sarah Darling came back and asked if Harris had the ring. He retrieved it from the cup and put it back on her finger. So grateful for his honesty and kindness, Darling and her husband, Bill Krejci, decided to launch a fundraiser for their hero. They hoped to raise about $1,000, but as the word spread of the do-gooder’s kindness, donations starting pouring in. They’ve collected more than $190,000. Answer the questions 1. What happened to the women’s diamond ring at first? ______________________________________________________ 2. What did the homeless do with the diamond engagement ring? ______________________________________________________ 3. What blessings did the homeless man receive? _____________________________________________________
  5. 5. Moral and Values Englishpost.org Visit Englishpost.org for more teaching ideas and worksheets - Sharing is building others Extraordinary Altruism: Who Gives a Kidney to a Stranger? I have a colleague who would not be alive today if it were not for a complete stranger, who volunteered to give her a kidney. Her kidneys were failing, and she would not have survived for long. Now she is healthy, and has been for some years. So I understand in a personal way that living kidney donation is an extraordinary gift, a far-too-rare act of pure altruism. Meanwhile, more than 5,000 Americans are dying every year while awaiting a kidney transplant. If the national rate of altruistic donation matched that of Utah, the most altruistic state, it could yield more than 900 additional, life-saving donations every year. A. How does the author describes a kidney donartion? ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ B. How many people died waiting for a kidney transplant? _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ C. What is the most altruistic state in kidney donation ? ______________________________________________________ Good Samaritan saves children trapped in house fire Eddie Hamilton didn't hesitate when he found out a nearby neighbor's house was on fire and three children were trapped inside. "They were at the window screaming when I knocked it out. I just told them to back up. I knocked it out and got them out," he said. The fire happened just before 8 a.m. Monday. The children's mother got out and was screaming for help. Hamilton immediately rescued a 10-year-old boy and 13-year-old girl. "They kept hollering somebody else in there," Hamilton said. "I jumped in the window and crawled across the floor until I found him and drug him to the window." By that time, Hamilton said, the house was filled with smoke. "You couldn't see nothing, you couldn't breathe inside. I came to the window twice, got air crawled back in there again until I could find [him]," he said. "I could hear him moaning, he wasn't all the way out." Hamilton found the 17-year-old and pulled him to a window but the teenager was too big for Hamilton to get out. By that time, DeKalb County Firefighters arrived and took the teen to safety. The firefighters and his wife credit Hamilton with saving the children.
  6. 6. Moral and Values Englishpost.org Visit Englishpost.org for more teaching ideas and worksheets - Sharing is building others Mark if these statements are true or false A. Eddie Hamilton was a firefigher:_________________________ B. Eddie saved one of three kids in danger:___________________ C. The fire happened during the morning:_____________________ D. The people inside the house were adults:_________________________ E. The county firefighters didn’t help at all__________________________ Write a couple of lines of why you think Eddie saved the kids ________________________________________________________________________ Put on practice your moral and values 1. what would you do if you won the lottery? 2. what would you do if you saw somebody shoplifting? 3. what would you do if you saw a classmate cheating? 4. what would you do if you found a cellphone? 5. what would you do if a friend was being bullied? Write the name of three values and why they are important to you A. ______________________ ________________________________________________________________________ B. _______________________ _________________________________________________________________________ C. _______________________ __________________________________________________________________________
  7. 7. Moral and Values Englishpost.org Visit Englishpost.org for more teaching ideas and worksheets - Sharing is building others There was once a man who lived with his two sons. The two sons were always fighting with each other. One day, the man decided to teach his sons a lesson. The man gave his younger son two large sticks. He told the boy to break them. The boy tried hard, but he could not break the sticks. The older son also could not break the sticks. At last, the man gave only one stick to each son. He said, “Break them.” Each son broke his stick easily. The man said, “You are like these sticks. If you work together, no one can break you. But if you fight with each other all the time, one day, someone will break both of you.” After that lesson, the sons stopped fighting. They started to work together.
  8. 8. Moral and Values Englishpost.org Visit Englishpost.org for more teaching ideas and worksheets - Sharing is building others Read the text below. 1- Some government entities provide _____________________ to mistreated women. 2- Most people think that pleasant family life is ___________ for human. 3- Compared to 30 years ago,the number of family members has ___________ 4- In recent time, ___________________have/ has decreased in Costa Rica. 5- Contrary to recent days, violence was__________ within Costa Rican families in the past. A) support C) violence B) troubles D) households A) essential C) unnecessary B) irrelevant D) inappropriate A) grown C) become greater B) decreased D) remained stable A) the number of women C) violence reports B) expectations of life D) marriages A) a public fact C) highly denounced B) non-existent D) managed privately FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS AND VALUES IN COSTA RICA Approximately, 99.5% of all Costa Ricans consider family life fundamental in sustainable human development. The traditional family structure is moving towards that of the “modern” families. Unfortunately, there is a great number of people and couples who live alone. This situation is growing day by day. A reduction in fertility and marriage, together with an increase in life expectancy, contribute to an “aging” of population. In recent years, the number of one-parent families reached 10.3% of the total number of families. Women head 20.7% of all households, a fact that places these families at greater risks because of women´s disadvantages in terms of employment and income. Today, violence within the family is now receiving more attention that it received thirty years ago. In fact , most women are reporting violence and seeking help in government entities. The number of these complaints has grown significantly each year, which is interpreted as positive in the sense that a problem hidden before is now becoming more visible and public.

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