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Ateneo de Zamboanga UniversitySchool of Liberal ArtsPhilosophy DepartmentLearning Packet #1ETHICS2ndSession, SY 2020-2021Learning Packet Activity Sheet No: 1Topic: Stages of Moral DevelopmentDate: January 7, 2021Week: 3Session: 1Learning IntentAt the end of the week, the students are expected can:1. Discuss the moral development of the person2. Apply the stages of moral development3. Reflect on life experiences based on the Kolberg' Theory on the stages of moral development of human person.I. Concept NotesKohlberg was interested in how people would justify their actions if they were put in a moral dilemma. He created stories forpeople of various ages and cultural backgrounds and had them respond to specific questions. He then grouped the responses intosix distinct stages which were grouped into three levels: pre-conventional, conventional, and post-conventional.As a person grows and experiences life they move forward in stages. Kohlberg believed that no one could move in reverse, norcould anyone “jump” forward stages. Each stage provides a new perspective and is more complex than the previous. He thoughtonly about 25% of persons actually grows to stage six, the majority remain in stage four.Read:KOHLBERG, LAWRENCE. (1981)Essays on Moral Development. Vol. 1 of The Philosophy of Moral Development: MoralStages and the Idea of Justice. San Francisco: Harper and Row( Kindly provide the link to the reading).II. Checking for UnderstandingFilm Viewing: Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral DevelopmentWatch the video:Instructions: Watch the video about Heinz’s Case. What do you think is the right thing to do? Explain your answerbased on Kohlberg’s theory of moral development.After which,connect to at least two of your classmates and discuss answers. Make sure to take note of their answers.Share your final thoughts during the synchronous session.
defined as an individual's understanding of other people's psychology; it can be shown as a spectrum, with stage one

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