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PERFORMANCE TASK Instructions: 1. Make a moral case/issue (story) that will capture our lesson on Human Acts and Sources that Defines the Morality of Human Acts. 2. Analyze the moral case/issue (story) and make your own judgment/s based from the Sources that defines the Morality of Human acts: A. ACT/OBJECT B. CIRCUMSTANCES C. INTENTION 3. Next week Tuesday will be the GROUP CREATIVE PRESENTATION. The Group will be given 10 minutes to present including the explanation of the group representative (1-2 persons in the group). 4. The Template for Paper works (for Performance Task and Prelim Examinations). Please follow the format below…I will upload Reed 143 Preliminary Examinations/Performance Tasks Group No.
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