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Unformatted text preview: Character Education Mr. Anderson Character Trait Trustworthiness Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Trustworthiness Definition: Being honest and reliable in Being carrying out commitments, duties, and obligations. and Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Trustworthiness Example • Always return items I have borrowed. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Trustworthiness Example • When others count on me to do what I say I will do. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Trustworthiness Words • • • • • • honesty integrity loyalty reliability promise trust • • • • • • reputation commitment obligation truth candor confidence Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Loyalty Definition: Making it a responsibility to promote Making and protect the interests of people and associations. and Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Loyalty Example • A loyal person supports and protects family, friends, community, and country. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Loyalty Example • A person whom is loyal doesn’t gossip or talk behind the backs of others. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Loyalty Example • A person who is loyal doesn’t violate ethical principles and doesn’t ask a friend to engage in wrongful activities. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Integrity Definition: Behaving the same ethical way in Behaving any situation or place; being your best self. best Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Integrity Example • A person of integrity stands up for his/her beliefs about what is right and what is wrong. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Integrity Example • A person of integrity shows commitment, courage, and selfdiscipline. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Integrity Example • A person of integrity doesn’t get involved in things that he/she thinks are wrong, even under social pressure. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Trustworthiness Quotes Be honorable yourself if you wish to associate with honorable people. -Welsh Proverb Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Trustworthiness Quotes Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. -Carl Jung Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Trustworthiness Quotes Friendship with oneself is all-important, because without it one cannot be friends with anyone else. -Eleanor Roosevelt Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Trustworthiness Quotes It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not. -Andre Gide Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Trustworthiness Quotes Those people who are uncomfortable in themselves are disagreeable to others. -William Hazlitt Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class “The Blind Woman and the The Physician.” Physician.” -Aesop Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Discussion Questions for Discussion “The Blind Woman and the Physician” Physician 1. Do you think that the woman owes the physician anything? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Discussion Questions for Discussion “The Blind Woman and the Physician” Physician 2. Have you ever felt taken advantage of? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Discussion Questions for Discussion “The Blind Woman and the Physician” Physician 3. Why is it wrong to take advantage of others? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Discussion Questions for Discussion “The Blind Woman and the Physician” Physician 4. Would you consider someone who takes advantage of others trustworthy? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class Discussion Questions for Discussion “The Blind Woman and the Physician” Physician 5. How can you avoid taking advantage of other people? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Class ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course ENG 1001 taught by Professor Hager during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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