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  1. what is values clarification
  2. What is Kohlberg's level two?
  3. What did Kohlberg believe moral development is based on
  4. what is kohlberg's stage 3
  5. What is the social cognitive theory of moral development
  1. a asking students to choose but not telling them what their values should be
  2. b moral reasoning
  3. c 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. d emphasizes a distinction between adolescents' moral competence (the ability to produce moral behaviour) and moral performance (those behaviours in specific situations)
  5. e part of level II - maintaining mutual relations, approval of others the golden rule - want to please and help others - can judge the intentions of others - evaluate an act based on the motive behind it or the person performing it

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the "unwritten rules" classroom rules and peer relations at school transmit attitudes about cheating, lying, stealing and showing consideration for others
  2. love withdrawal
    power assertion
  3. service learning
  4. Post conventional reasoning - full internalization
    attainment of the highest level of moral reasoning. acknowledges possibility of conflict between two socially accepted standards and tried to decide between them - control of conflict is now internal.
  5. moral development is more cultural-specific than envisioned

5 True/False questions

  1. How is moral behaviour situationally dependentadolescents were more likely to cheat when their friends pressured them to do so and when the chance of being caught was slim


  2. what is kohlbert's stage 4part 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


  3. what are the five areas of moral education?students learn to value things like democracy and justice does not work in an authoritarian school


  4. what is love withdrawalIm going to leave you if you continue to do that


  5. How did Kohlberg test his theoriesusing a series of moral dilemmas