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  1. what is the cultural criticism of Kohlberg?
  2. what is the criticism of assessment of moral reasoning
  3. what is kohlberg's stage 1
  4. what is values clarification
  5. what is hidden curriculum
  1. a the "unwritten rules" classroom rules and peer relations at school transmit attitudes about cheating, lying, stealing and showing consideration for others
  2. b asking students to choose but not telling them what their values should be
  3. c part of level I - orientation towards punishment and obedience - obey the rules to avoid punishment - no grip on intention - ignore the motives of an act and focus on physical form
  4. d 1. need more than one way to assess
    2. hypothetical dilemmas posed in Kohlberg's stories do not match the moral dilemmas many face in their every day life
    3. interpersonal relationships concerned adolescents more than anything else
  5. e moral development is more cultural-specific than envisioned

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. best understood by considering a combination of social an cognitive factors, especially those involving self-control - emphasizes self-regulation rather than abstract reasoning as key to positive moral development
  2. adolescents were more likely to cheat when their friends pressured them to do so and when the chance of being caught was slim
  3. Conventional reasoning - intermediate internalization - now want to please others - still observe standards of others, but have internalized these standards to some extent - want to be considered good by those whose opinion is important to them - able to take roles of authority figure to decide whether an action is good by their standards
  4. students learn to value things like democracy and justice does not work in an authoritarian school
  5. part of level II - social systems, social concern and conscience. What if everybody did it? - concerned with doing their duty, showing respect for higher authority and maintaining the social order - consider an act wrong regardless of motive or circumstances - social contract

5 True/False Questions

  1. explain Kohlberg's critics of moral thought and moral behaviourtoo much emphasis is placed on thought and not enough on behaviour


  2. what is service learningget students to do service in community


  3. what is character educationteaching students about appropriate and inappropriate behaviour


  4. How did studies show that individuals in diverse cultures developed?induction - more positively related to moral development


  5. what is the criticism of behaviour?moral development is more cultural-specific than envisioned


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