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5 Matching questions

  1. what is character education
  2. what is kohlberg's stage 1
  3. what is the criticism of assessment of moral reasoning
  4. How did studies show that individuals in diverse cultures developed?
  5. what are kohlberg's critics?
  1. a teaching students about appropriate and inappropriate behaviour
  2. b 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
  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. moral thought and moral behavior
    2. assessment of moral reasoning
    3. culture
    4. gender and the care perspective
    5. behaviour
  5. e in stages 1 through 4 in the same sequence that Kohlberg predicted

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. people don't usually engage in harmful conduct until they have justified the morality of their actions to themselves
  2. part of level I - individualism, conform to rules out of self-interest and consideration look at act in terms of the human needs it meets - what's in it for me
  3. unfolds in a series of stories
  4. too much emphasis is placed on thought and not enough on behaviour
  5. emphasizes a distinction between adolescents' moral competence (the ability to produce moral behaviour) and moral performance (those behaviours in specific situations)

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 power assertionspanking threatening removing privileges

          

  3. What is one of the best ways to build moral development?emphasizes a distinction between adolescents' moral competence (the ability to produce moral behaviour) and moral performance (those behaviours in specific situations)

          

  4. what is kohlberg's stage 6morality of universal ethical principles - people do what they as individuals think is right regardless of legal restrictions or the opinions of others - what is good for all people

          

  5. What did Kohlberg believe moral development is based onmoral reasoning