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VALUESVALUES
EDUCATION 7EDUCATION 7
What are values?What are values?
 Values are things (an object, a personValues are things (an object, a person
or an idea...
What are values?What are values?
 They are standards, theThey are standards, the
determiners of our attitudes,determiners...
What are values?What are values?
 Values have uses. They help usValues have uses. They help us
determine whether we like ...
What are values?What are values?
 Values are desirable because theyValues are desirable because they
are proper and right...
A determined young boy, Ragu, is sentA determined young boy, Ragu, is sent
by his master on his final quest toby his maste...
VALUINGVALUING
 The valuing process is structured as follows:The valuing process is structured as follows:
A. ChoosingA. ...
VALUINGVALUING
B. PrizingB. Prizing
1. Cherishing and being happy with1. Cherishing and being happy with
the choicethe cho...
KINDS OF VALUESKINDS OF VALUES
COMMON CLASSIFICATIONCOMMON CLASSIFICATION
OF VALUESOF VALUES
1. General Values1. General Values – values which reflect a–...
CLASSIFICATION ON WHOCLASSIFICATION ON WHO
EXERCISES THE VALUESEXERCISES THE VALUES
1.1. Personal – the individualPersonal...
BAYANIHANBAYANIHAN
BayanihanBayanihan  
 is a Filipino term taken from the word is a Filipino term taken from the word bayanbayan,,
referrin...
BAYANIHANBAYANIHAN
Modern Day BayanihanModern Day Bayanihan
ACCORDING TO THE NATUREACCORDING TO THE NATURE
OF THE BENEFITS EXPECTEDOF THE BENEFITS EXPECTED
1.1. Material and physical...
ACCORDING TO THE NATUREACCORDING TO THE NATURE
OF THE BENEFITS EXPECTEDOF THE BENEFITS EXPECTED
6. Aesthetic – beauty, sym...
ACCORDING TO THE NATUREACCORDING TO THE NATURE
OF THEIR BENEFICIARIESOF THEIR BENEFICIARIES
1.1. Other-oriented –Other-ori...
So… what do you valueSo… what do you value
SOURCE:SOURCE:
Values Education: Living aValues Education: Living a
Valuable LifeValuable Life
by Lilia B. Fontamillaby Li...
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Values education 7

  1. 1. VALUESVALUES EDUCATION 7EDUCATION 7
  2. 2. What are values?What are values?  Values are things (an object, a personValues are things (an object, a person or an idea which are consideredor an idea which are considered important or a way of behaving)important or a way of behaving) serving as guiding principles whichserving as guiding principles which influence our behavior and determineinfluence our behavior and determine whether or not such behavior seemswhether or not such behavior seems worthwhile.worthwhile.
  3. 3. What are values?What are values?  They are standards, theThey are standards, the determiners of our attitudes,determiners of our attitudes, opinions and perceptions. Inopinions and perceptions. In simpler terms, what a personsimpler terms, what a person values is what he considers himselfvalues is what he considers himself as worthwhile.as worthwhile.
  4. 4. What are values?What are values?  Values have uses. They help usValues have uses. They help us determine whether we like somethingdetermine whether we like something or not, whether something is right oror not, whether something is right or wrong, or whether it is important orwrong, or whether it is important or not. With this values, a person cannot. With this values, a person can plan his life, set his goals, and adapt toplan his life, set his goals, and adapt to the culture he belongs.the culture he belongs.
  5. 5. What are values?What are values?  Values are desirable because theyValues are desirable because they are proper and right for theare proper and right for the individual himself and for society.individual himself and for society. To identify and develop goodTo identify and develop good moral values, the individual has tomoral values, the individual has to know himself first.know himself first.
  6. 6. A determined young boy, Ragu, is sentA determined young boy, Ragu, is sent by his master on his final quest toby his master on his final quest to become a monk. A seemingly simplebecome a monk. A seemingly simple task becomes an unexpected challengetask becomes an unexpected challenge for Ragu as he discovers the real valuefor Ragu as he discovers the real value of his quest.of his quest. Let’s watch the short film!Let’s watch the short film!
  7. 7. VALUINGVALUING  The valuing process is structured as follows:The valuing process is structured as follows: A. ChoosingA. Choosing 1. Choosing freely1. Choosing freely 2. Choosing from among alternatives2. Choosing from among alternatives 3. Choosing after thoughtful3. Choosing after thoughtful consideration of the consequences ofconsideration of the consequences of each alternativeeach alternative
  8. 8. VALUINGVALUING B. PrizingB. Prizing 1. Cherishing and being happy with1. Cherishing and being happy with the choicethe choice 2. Affirming the choice publicly2. Affirming the choice publicly C. ActingC. Acting 1. Actually doing something with the choice1. Actually doing something with the choice 2. Acting repeatedly in some patterns of life2. Acting repeatedly in some patterns of life
  9. 9. KINDS OF VALUESKINDS OF VALUES
  10. 10. COMMON CLASSIFICATIONCOMMON CLASSIFICATION OF VALUESOF VALUES 1. General Values1. General Values – values which reflect a– values which reflect a society’s orientation and which are acceptedsociety’s orientation and which are accepted by the majorityby the majority (ex. humanism, sense of(ex. humanism, sense of nationhood, democratic way of life)nationhood, democratic way of life) 2. Personal Values2. Personal Values – the individual– the individual interpretation of general valuesinterpretation of general values (ex. honesty,(ex. honesty, fairness, charity, courtesy, self-discipline)fairness, charity, courtesy, self-discipline)
  11. 11. CLASSIFICATION ON WHOCLASSIFICATION ON WHO EXERCISES THE VALUESEXERCISES THE VALUES 1.1. Personal – the individualPersonal – the individual 2.2. Group –Group – bayanihanbayanihan 3.3. Societal – justice, respect for humanSocietal – justice, respect for human rights, human dignityrights, human dignity
  12. 12. BAYANIHANBAYANIHAN
  13. 13. BayanihanBayanihan    is a Filipino term taken from the word is a Filipino term taken from the word bayanbayan,, referring to a nation, town or community. Thereferring to a nation, town or community. The term bayanihan refers to a spirit of communalterm bayanihan refers to a spirit of communal unity or effort to achieve a given objective. Theunity or effort to achieve a given objective. The origin of the term can be traced from a traditionorigin of the term can be traced from a tradition in the Philippines where community membersin the Philippines where community members volunteer to help a family move to a new place.volunteer to help a family move to a new place. The process involves literally carrying theThe process involves literally carrying the house to its new location using bamboo poleshouse to its new location using bamboo poles to lift the stilts from the ground and carryingto lift the stilts from the ground and carrying the whole house with the volunteersthe whole house with the volunteers strategically positioned.strategically positioned.
  14. 14. BAYANIHANBAYANIHAN
  15. 15. Modern Day BayanihanModern Day Bayanihan
  16. 16. ACCORDING TO THE NATUREACCORDING TO THE NATURE OF THE BENEFITS EXPECTEDOF THE BENEFITS EXPECTED 1.1. Material and physical – health,Material and physical – health, comfort, safetycomfort, safety 2.2. Economic – productivity, efficiencyEconomic – productivity, efficiency 3.3. Moral – honesty, fairnessMoral – honesty, fairness 4.4. Social – courtesy, charitablenessSocial – courtesy, charitableness 5.5. Political – freedom, justicePolitical – freedom, justice
  17. 17. ACCORDING TO THE NATUREACCORDING TO THE NATURE OF THE BENEFITS EXPECTEDOF THE BENEFITS EXPECTED 6. Aesthetic – beauty, symmetry6. Aesthetic – beauty, symmetry 7. Religious (spiritual) – piety, clearness7. Religious (spiritual) – piety, clearness of conscienceof conscience 8. Intellectual – intelligence, wisdom8. Intellectual – intelligence, wisdom 9. Professional – success and recognition9. Professional – success and recognition 10. Sentimental – love, acceptance10. Sentimental – love, acceptance
  18. 18. ACCORDING TO THE NATUREACCORDING TO THE NATURE OF THEIR BENEFICIARIESOF THEIR BENEFICIARIES 1.1. Other-oriented –Other-oriented – friendliness,friendliness, cooperationcooperation 2.2. Self-oriented –Self-oriented – individuality,individuality, self-disciplineself-discipline
  19. 19. So… what do you valueSo… what do you value
  20. 20. SOURCE:SOURCE: Values Education: Living aValues Education: Living a Valuable LifeValuable Life by Lilia B. Fontamillaby Lilia B. Fontamilla

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