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5 Matching questions

  1. What is Kohlberg's level one?
  2. What is the social cognitive theory of moral development
  3. what are three child rearing techniques of moral development
  4. what is the criticism of behaviour?
  5. what is hidden curriculum
  1. a love withdrawal
    power assertion
  2. b the "unwritten rules" classroom rules and peer relations at school transmit attitudes about cheating, lying, stealing and showing consideration for others
  3. c emphasizes a distinction between adolescents' moral competence (the ability to produce moral behaviour) and moral performance (those behaviours in specific situations)
  4. d what people believe is right and wrong does not always correspond about how they will act in moral situations
  5. e Preconventional reasoning - NO internalization - ages 4-9; emphasis on external control - standards are those of others and are observed to avoid punishment or reap rewards

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. moral development
  2. teaching students about appropriate and inappropriate behaviour
  3. in stages 1 through 4 in the same sequence that Kohlberg predicted
  4. moral development is more cultural-specific than envisioned
  5. students learn to value things like democracy and justice does not work in an authoritarian school

5 True/False questions

  1. What are Bandura's thoughts on moral developmentbest 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. what is the criticism of assessment of moral reasoning1. 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. what is kohlberg's stage 6part of level III - morality of contract of individual rights and of democratically accepted law - think in rational terms valuing the will of the majority and the welfare of society - may be an exception to the rule - reason that individual values, rights and principles transcend the law


  4. what are the benefits of service learning?1. grades improve, more motivated, set more goals
    2. self esteem improves
    3. improved sense that they can make a difference for others
    4. increased likelihood of volunteering in future


  5. what is values clarification(Kohlberg) developmental change from behaviour that is externally controlled to behaviour that is controlled by internal standards and principles