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Importance of values

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Importance of values

  1. 1. IMPORTANCE OF VALUES
  2. 2. PURPOSES OF VALUES
  3. 3. PURPOSES OF VALUES They help us Values have to decide Using values also a social whether will always function.preferences or They become mean going Those derived events are the basic through from good or bad, determiners of certain commonality right or perceptions, processes: of experience wrong, opinions and motivation, unite families, desirable or attitudes. selection, tribes, worthless, appraisal societies and important or (evaluation). nations.insignificant.
  4. 4. KINDS OF VALUES
  5. 5. General PersonalValues Values “The Accepted by a operationalizat majority as ion of general reflecting the values in basic personal life of orientation of a each given society. individual”. Ex. Sense of nationhood, Ex. Honesty, enlightened fairness, and useful charitableness, citizenship, courtesy and democratic self-discipline way of life, and humanism.
  6. 6. CALSSIFICATIONDEPENDING ON WHO EXERCISES THE VALUES
  7. 7. Personal GroupDiligence, self- Loyalty, reliance, cooperation, gratitude values-laden, societal (justice, respect for human rights, human dignity).
  8. 8. OTHER- SELF-ORIENTED ORIENTED Friendliness, Individuality, cooperation, one’s drive for kindness, personal hospitality, love success, for family, cherishing concern for the privacy, self- general welfare, reliance, self- openmindedness discipline, self- improvement
  9. 9. CLASSIFICATIONACCORDING TO THE NATURE OF THEBENEFITS EXPECTED
  10. 10. Category Examples• Material and physical • Health, comfort, safety• Economic • Productivity, efficiency• Moral • Honesty, fairness• Social • Charitable, courtesy• Political • Freedom, justice• Aesthetic • Beauty, symmetry• Religious(spiritual) • Piety, clearness of• Intellectual conscience• Professional • Intelligence, clarity• sentimental • Professional recognition and success • Love, acceptance
  11. 11. CLASSIFICATIONACCORDING TO THE NATURE OF THEIR BENEFICIARIES
  12. 12. FOR SCHOOLS AND OTHEREDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, CLASSIFYING VALUES INTO TWO BROAD CATEGORIES
  13. 13. • Cleanliness and orderliness, respect for others , like fallingBEHAVIORAL in line and demonstrating fair- VALUES mindedness • Values of science and truth, including critical thinking,PROCEDURA rationality and thoughtful L VALUES skepticism
  14. 14. THE DEPARTMENT OFEDUCATION, CULTURE AND SPORTS HAS ITS OWNCLASSIFICATION OF VALUES
  15. 15. Intellect Moral ualPhysical (Person as self) Spiritual HUMAN PERSON (Person in community) Political Social Economi c
  16. 16. Truth 2 Love Health 1 3 Social HUMAN DIGNITY SpiritualiResponsi ty biltiy 4 5 Economi National c ism and Efficienc Patriotis y m 6 7
  17. 17. ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF VALUES
  18. 18. • The educational process is the chief way of designing a culture, which as will be found later in more detail affects personality, values and behavior.• Culture is cumulative, starting from birth.• A central idea in accountability is that a certain sector/certain personnel should be held responsible for goals agreed upon.
  19. 19. What is the good society?• It is one that helps each individual member achieve his goals in life.• It is one that provides personal satisfaction, supports social interaction and furthers society’s survival.• It must not only eliminate crime and social disorder, but also cultivate personalities who can enjoy the fruits of culture to the full.
  20. 20. What is the goal?• A self-integrated individual who has the flexibility to play many roles;• An assertive leader/follower, a good local/world citizen, a thoughtful critic, a literate scientifically and aesthetically, a social activist.
  21. 21. Who is the self-integrated individual?• He stays in good shape.• He manages his resources well.• He asserts his role whether as leader or follower and performs his task efficiently so much so that he gets things done.• He recognizes the need for continuous development.
  22. 22. REPORTED BY:STEPHANIE ANN S. LAGARTOAPPLE JOY AGDA

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