A Modern Code. An Updated Look at the Old Code Andrea Morden. Medieval Knights followed the Code of Chivalry. CourageJustice HonorLoyalty ValorDefense FaithLargesse ProwessHumility FranchiseNobility. My top 4 important characteristics. Humility Honor Justice
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A Modern Code
An Updated Look at the Old Code
While there is no code today that people follow, we do find certain expectations that society does wish us to address.
*News Reports-having stories told about a person’s good deeds.
*Awards-receiving an accomplishment for one’s performance without showboating.
*Putting friendships/family before one’s own needs.
*Not betraying a friend.
*Stepping forth when you have committed a crime and turning yourself in.
*Giving your word and sticking to it.
*Having a fair trial.
*Having an attorney present (if needed).
*Law officials there to protect and serve all citizens.
*Doctor’s saving lives.
*Military branches protecting people’s freedoms.
*Teachers educating the youth.
*Babysitters taking care of other’s little ones.
*Parental units that go/help whenever a child is in trouble.
*Justice-I do the right thing.
*Honor-I give my word and stick to it.
*Franchise-I help others whenever I can.
*Humility-I don’t brag.
While chivalry has shifted throughout time, it still has a major emphasis in all we do. Daily life would not exist in its form today without the code of chivalry.
*They are honor bound to always set a good example for students.
*They are empathetic towards students’ needs.
*They serve justice by helping all students determine right from wrong and providing good educational backgrounds.