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A Strong Partner for SustainableDevelopmentModuleInEDUC 101AChild Adolescents andLearningCollege of Education
Module No. 41stSemester 2020-2021Cristine Anne M. Castillo, RPmInstructorWPU-QSF-ACAD-82A Rev. 00 (09.15.20)
INSTRUCTION TO THE USERThis module would provide you an educational experience whileindependently accomplishing the task at your own pace or time. Itaims as well to ensure that learning is unhampered by health andother challenges. It covers the topic about Human Development.Reminders in using this module:1.Keep this material neat and intact.2.Answer the pretest first to measure what you know and whatto be learned about the topic discussed in this module.3. Accomplish the activities and exercises as aids andreinforcement for better understanding of the lessons.4.Answer the post-test to evaluate your learning.5.Do not take pictures in any parts of this module nor post it tosocial media platforms.6. Value this module for your own learning by heartily andhonestly answering and doing the exercises and activities.Time and effort were spent in the preparation in order thatlearning will still continue amidst this Covid-19 pandemic.7.Observe health protocols: wear mask, sanitize and maintainphysical distancing.Hi! I’m Blue Bee, your WPUMascot.Welcome to Western PhilippinesUniversity!Shape your dreams with qualitylearning experience.WPU-QSF-ACAD-82A Rev. 00 (09.15.20)
STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY!LESSON 1: Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development“Right action tends to be defined in terms of general individual rights andstandards that have been critically examined and agreed upon by thewhole society”-Jean PiagetA. INTRODUCTIONIndividuals, when confronted by situations where they need to make moraldecisions, exercise their own ability to use moral reasoning. LawrenceKohlberg was interested in studying the development of moral reasoning.He based his theory on the findings of Piaget in studying cognitivedevelopment. Our ability to choose right from wrong is tied with ourability to understand and reason logicallyB. LEARNING OUTCOMESAt the end of this Module, you should be able to:Explain the stages of moral development.Analyze a person’s level of moral reasoning based on his responsesto moral dilemmasCite how the theory of moral development can be applied to yourwork as teacher later onC. ACTIVITYRead the moral dilemma below.Ryan, 17, has been saving up money to buy a ticket for this concert of rockband. His parents have discouraged him from going as the concert willsurely be with a rowdy crowd. The band is notorious for having out-of-control audience who somehow manages to get drunk and stoned duringthe concert. Ryan agreed not to watch anymore. But a day before theWPU-QSF-ACAD-82A Rev. 00 (09.15.20)
concert, Nic, a 15-year-old brother of Ryan, saw a corner of what appearedto be a concert ticket showing in the pocket of Ryan’s bag. Nic examined itand confirmed it was indeed a ticket. Looking at Ryan’s bag, Nic alsofound an extra shirt and 2 sticks of Marijuana. So he figured Ryan will goto the concert after all. That night, Ryan told his parents that he wasspending tomorrow night at a classmate’s house for a school requirement.

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