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SDSSUCagwait-CampusModule 3 Lesson 2GE-EthicsThe Act:Reason, Impartiality, and Moral CourageReason, Impartiality, and Moral CourageSpecific Learning Outcomes:INTRODUCTIONAs a human being we have our concepts of Reason, Impartiality, and MoralCourage using our personal experiences. The students will be grouped into 5members and they will exchange ideas concerning their point of view aboutReason, Impartiality, and Moral Courage using their own experiences. After thegiven time limit for the activity, each group will present their outputs by the useof Table indicating their names and their shared experiences on the followingterms.A.Instruction:As a human being we have our concepts of Reason, Impartiality, and Moral Courage using ourpersonal experiences. Work individually, think of an idea concerning your point of view about Reason,Impartiality, and Moral Courage using their own experiences. Write your answers on table. Your answers will bechecked based on the criteria listed below the table.ReasonImpartialityMoral CourageRGOmega/11Module 32LessonAfter working on this module, the students will beable to:1.Identify the meaning of Reason, Impartiality,and Moral Courage in relation to theirpersonal experiences2.Create a decision on situational dilemmasusing the context of impartiality.3.Elucidate a problem using the 7-step Modelfor ethical decision making.
SDSSUCagwait-CampusModule 3 Lesson 2GE-EthicsThe Act:Reason, Impartiality, and Moral CourageCriteria10 Points- if their output is perfectly crafted artistically and intellectually8 Points- if their output has minimal artistic and intellectual problems5Points- if their output is messy and the answers are not thoroughly discussed.B. ANALYSIS:Read and analyze the following questions.1.As a college student of this institution, how would you demonstrate moralcourage? How important is moral courage in dealing with diverse individualsevery day?2.Explain your understanding on the passage of Mark twain, an Americanauthor and humorist,“It is curious that physical courage should be acommon in the world and moral so rare.”C. ABSTRACTIONIs reason a requirement for morality?

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