A Modern Code . An Updated Look at the Old Code Andrea Morden. Medieval Knights followed the Code of Chivalry. Courage Justice Honor Loyalty Valor Defense Faith Largesse Prowess Humility Franchise Nobility. My top 4 important characteristics. Humility Honor Justice
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.