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Building Character. Chapter 2. Group Presentations!. Brenna and Bailey S. Character and Values. Autumn and Sheyanne. Character as your guide, responsibility, and listening. Emma and Marissa. Citizenship. Taking Responsible Actions. Chapter 3. Making Responsible Decisions.

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Building character

Building Character

Chapter 2


Group presentations

Group Presentations!


Brenna and bailey s

Brenna and Bailey S

Character and Values


Autumn and sheyanne

Autumn and Sheyanne

Character as your guide, responsibility, and listening


Emma and marissa

Emma and Marissa

Citizenship


Taking responsible actions

Taking Responsible Actions

Chapter 3


Making responsible decisions

Making Responsible Decisions

  • Automatic decisions

  • Complicated decisions

  • Decision Making – act of making a choice

    • Helps you achieve personal goals

    • Helps plan for the future

  • Continuous process to use problem solving and decision making skills


What influences decisions

What influences decisions?

  • Family

  • Culture

  • Friends

  • Values

  • Resources

  • Demographics

  • Needs

  • Wants

  • Society


Learning from good decisions

Learning from Good Decisions

  • Improved Self-esteem

  • Increased respect from people around you

  • Independence shows responsibility


Considering consequences

Considering Consequences

  • Minor vs major

  • Personal decisions ma alter the direction in your life


Responsible leadership

Responsible Leadership

  • Leader – person who has influence over and guides a group

    • Groups must have leaders and followers

  • Leadership – ability to lead


Leadership skills

Leadership Skills

  • Management

  • Motivation

  • Communication

  • Problem-solving


Leadership test

Leadership Test!!!

Answer: Seldom –S, Often –O , Always - A


Trustworthiness

Trustworthiness

  • I am honest.

  • I do not deceive, cheat, or steal.

  • I do what I say I’ll do.

  • I have the courage to do the right thing.

  • I build a good reputation.

  • I stand by my family, friends, and country.


Respect

Respect

  • I treat others with respect and follow the “Golden Rule.”

  • I am tolerant of differences.

  • I use good manners, not bad language.

  • I am considerate of others’ feelings.

  • I do not threaten, hit, or hurt anyone.

  • I deal peacefully with anger, insults, and disagreements.


Responsibility

Responsibility

  • I do what I am supposed to do.

  • I persevere (I keep on trying).

  • I always do my best.

  • I use self-control. I am self-disciplined.

  • I think about consequences before I act.

  • I am accountable for my choices.


Fairness

Fairness

  • I play by the rules.

  • I take turns and share.

  • I am open-minded. I listen to others.

  • I do not take advantage of others.

  • I do not blame others carelessly.


Caring

Caring

  • I am kind.

  • I am compassionate and show I care.

  • I express gratitude.

  • I forgive others.

  • I help people in need.


Citizenship

Citizenship

  • I do my share to make my school and community better.

  • I cooperate.

  • I stay informed.

  • I am a good neighbor.

  • I obey laws and rules.

  • I respect authority.

  • I protect the environment.


How do you rate

How do you rate?

  • Count how many always you chose:

  • 0-15 always: Character counts for leadership success. Now’s the time to adopt positive actions and attitudes.

  • 15-30 always: You know what it takes to be a person of good character. Keep trying to “do the right thing” every time.

  • 30-35 always: Your good character will take you far. Keep at it!


Leadership poster

Leadership Poster

  • Define the word leader

  • Define the word leadership

  • Include 20 skills that a POSITIVE leader must have to be successful

  • On the back – list 5 things that “kills” a good leader

  • Add your name


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