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Developing Good Character. Chapter 1 Lesson 2. The Foundation of Character. Character- a person’s use of self-control to act on responsible values. Value- a principle or standard that guides the way a person behaves. Character Values. Character Values. Honesty

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developing good character

Developing Good Character

Chapter 1 Lesson 2

the foundation of character
The Foundation of Character
  • Character- a person’s use of self-control to act on responsible values.
  • Value- a principle or standard that guides the way a person behaves..
character values
Character Values
  • Honesty
    • Not only telling the truth, but acting on it!
  • Responsibility
    • Making healthful decisions and accepting the consequences.
  • Citizenship
    • Carrying out the duties of a member of the community.
character values1
Character Values
  • Caring
    • Sharing the pain and pleasure of others.
  • Fairness
    • Acting or judging without favoritism or prejudice.
  • Respect
    • Treating others with dignity and consideration.
influences on your character and actions
Influences on Your Character and Actions
  • Family
  • School
  • Peers
  • Media
  • Culture
role models
Role Models
  • Think of the influences on your health:
    • Family, School, Peers, Media, Culture
  • Can you think of any role models from those influences?
  • Which character traits do they display?
  • Can role models sometimes be negative?
peer pressure
Peer Pressure
  • List different instances in which you may feel peer pressure.
  • Positive or negative?
using resistance skills
Using Resistance Skills
  • Say “NO” in a firm voice.
  • Give reasons for saying no.
  • Be certain your behavior matches your words.

4. Ask and adult for help if you need help.