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Values:a person’s principles or standards of behavior; one’s judgment of what is important in life.
Social Values:Consist of things like peace, justice, freedom, equality, and bettering our community. Examples of social values include:
- Not hurting others and also standing up for those who can’t stand up for themselves.
- Being respectful and courteous in your interactions.
- Volunteering time and skills in the community.
- Being generous with what you have.
- Being honest with others.
- Participating in teamwork whenever posible.
Work Values:Include such things as your philosophies about your job, your finances, and how you spend your money. For children, these values include how they approach school and their education. Examples of work values include:
- Always doing your best work.
- Working in a team.
- Saving a portion of your salary/allowance.
- Finding opportunities to express your ideas and creativity.
- Being proud of your achievements.
- Making education a priority
- Keeping in mind the part that your job plays in society.
- Treating co-workers, fellow students, customers, and authority figures the way that you want to be treated.
Moral Values:Are your individual values about what you think is right and wrong. Moral values provide the foundation from which you make decisions. Moral values are learned from your parents and your experiences. Examples of moral values include:
- Being honest and trustworthy.
- Being courageous.
- Never giving up.
- Adding value to the world.
- Being patient.
- Taking personal responsibility. Source.
Make a list of three values for Work, Social & Moral and ask yourself why those are your most treasured values.
- Who are you without those values?
Welcome to this activity created by Learning Advisor Mr. Esaú Arriaga Figueroa from Narvarte Branch. Take note of all the pink words, read the text, watch the video and answer the question in the comment section below.