Self-Awareness.pptx - SELF \u2013 AWA R E N E S S A N D VA LU E S D E V E LO P M E N T OBJECTIVES 1.Define the value of knowing oneself and one\u2019s

Self-Awareness.pptx - SELF u2013 AWA R E N E S S A N D VA...

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SELF – AWARENESS AND VALUES DEVELOPMENT
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OBJECTIVES 1. Define the value of knowing oneself and one’s personality. 2. Explain the importance of Human Relation 3. Discuss the nature of man in terms of certain discipline 4. Utilize time management in attaining goals 5. Define value orientations and valuing process in Filipinos
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SELF CONCEPT Your image of who you are is called self-concept. It is composed with your feelings and thoughts about your strength and weaknesses your abilities and limitations.
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THE HUMAN PERSON
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The Human Person is the subject of education: a human persons learning is being taught and also the center of teaching-learning process. Even our Government aims to build a just and humane society.
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The human person is an individual self conscious being of incalculable value himself who cannot be a mere instrument of the society. He is not just a body and soul juxtaposed or mixed as oil and water: he is an embodied spirit. Hence his physical, moral, intellectual, and social well being should be recognized by society. (Padilla, 1999) The human person, however does not live in isolation but in community of other persons. He is inevitably social being.
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MAN AND HIS CREATOR Man knows that as a creature, he must acknowledge the existence of his creator. His powers are limited. Awed by sense of helplessness. When nature unleash her terrific forces, like earthquake, cyclones, flood, humans become vulnerable. The accident of birth determines that environment that we are to live.
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MAN AS CREATURE OF GOD. `We should not pray for power, honor, nor wealth; but for the concession of the paternal blessing. Certain that “His will shall be done on earth as it is in heaven”
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MEANING OF PERSONALITY A representation of the whole self. Includes physical, mental, ability, feelings, attitude make up. It is a many faceted complex thing Includes all of one’s characteristics. Organization of biological, physiological, social, and cultural factors which underlie a personal
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AFFECTING PERSONALITY FORMATION 1. BIOLOGICAL INHERITANCE 2. GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENT 3. CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT 4. SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT
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BIOLOGICAL INHERITANCE The hereditary structure that differ from one person to the other and provide the raw materials for personality development and set limits of learning. In psychology, “temperament ” refers to the personality tendencies that we show at birth (and that are therefore biologically determined). After birth, environmental factors and maturation interact with a child’s temperament to shape their personality.
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GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENT Refers to the location, climate, topography, and natural resources. The afternoon nap and carefree attitude are usually associated with people living in the tropics industry. Frugality are traits associated with people in
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The Spanish word siesta derives originally from the Latin word hora sexta "sixth hour“ ; counting from dawn, hence "midday rest“ It is the traditional daytime sleep of Spain and, through
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