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Character Education Mr. Anderson Character Trait Responsibility

Character Education Mr. Anderson Character Trait Responsibility

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Character Education Mr. Anderson Character Trait Responsibility

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  1. Character EducationMr. AndersonCharacter TraitResponsibility Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  2. Responsibility Definition:Being dependable and making good choices. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  3. “With Privilege,Comes Responsibility.” Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  4. Responsibility QuoteThe willingness to accept responsibility for one’s own life is the source from which self-respect springs.-Joan Didion Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  5. Responsibility QuoteIf you take responsibility for yourself you will develop a hunger to accomplish your dreams.-Les Brown Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  6. Responsibility QuoteThe price of greatness is responsibility.-Sir Winston Churchill Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  7. Responsibility QuoteWe are accountable only to ourselves for what happens in our lives.-Mildred Newman Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  8. Responsibility Example • Responsible people are accountable, pursue excellence, and exercise self-control. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  9. Accountable Example • Accepting the blame or credit for one’s choices or behaviors. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  10. An accountable person thinks before acting, is reliable, and accepts responsibility for the consequences of his/her choices Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  11. An accountable person doesn’t make excuses, or blame others for mistakes personally made. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  12. An accountable person sets a good example for others to look up to. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  13. Pursue Excellence:exhibiting diligence, perseverance, and striving for continuous improvement. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  14. Excellence Example • A person pursuing excellence does his/her best at all times, being careful, prepared, and informed. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  15. A person pursuing excellence finishes what he/she starts and doesn’t give up easily. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  16. A person pursuing excellence takes the responsibility of looking for ways to improve his/her work. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  17. A person pursuing excellence doesn’t surrender to obstacles or excuses, instead overcoming them. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  18. Accountable Dependable Reliable Honest Trustworthy Excellence Prepared Informed Acceptance Responsibility Words Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  19. “The Wolf and the Crane.”-Aesop Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  20. Discussion Questions for “The Wolf and the Crane.” 1. Did the crane consider the consequences of her actions? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  21. Discussion Questions for “The Wolf and the Crane.” 2. Have you ever done something, then realized afterwards that you were fortunate to be unharmed by the consequences? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  22. Discussion Questions for “The Wolf and the Crane.” 3. When you do something without thinking about the consequences, such as breaking a family rule, do you usually accept the consequences willingly? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  23. Discussion Questions for “The Wolf and the Crane.” 4. Is it good to understand actions and consequences at a young age? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  24. Discussion Questions for “The Wolf and the Crane.” 5. Why do our decisions and actions have consequences? Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  25. Responsibility QuoteGood men prefer to be accountable.-Michael Edwardes Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

  26. Responsibility QuoteYou can’t escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.-Abraham Lincoln Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class

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