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  1. what are the benefits of service learning?
  2. what is kohlberg's stage 2
  3. what is the criticism of behaviour?
  4. How is moral behaviour situationally dependent
  5. what is cognitive moral education
  1. a 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
  2. b 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. c adolescents were more likely to cheat when their friends pressured them to do so and when the chance of being caught was slim
  4. d what people believe is right and wrong does not always correspond about how they will act in moral situations
  5. e students learn to value things like democracy and justice does not work in an authoritarian school

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1. moral thought and moral behavior
    2. assessment of moral reasoning
    3. culture
    4. gender and the care perspective
    5. behaviour
  2. 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
  3. as they pass from one stage to the next - rather than passively accepting the cultural norm of morality
  4. 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
  5. asking students to choose but not telling them what their values should be

5 True/False questions

  1. what is the most important form of moral education?1. hidden curriculum
    2. character education
    3. values clarification
    4. cognitive moral education
    5. service learning

          

  2. What is Kohlberg's level one?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

          

  3. What is internalization(Kohlberg) developmental change from behaviour that is externally controlled to behaviour that is controlled by internal standards and principles

          

  4. what is care perspectiveGilligan - views people in terms of their connectedness with others and emphasizes interpersonal communication, relationships with others, and concern for others

          

  5. What is the movement through stages influenced by?1. modelling
    2. cognitive conflict
    3. peer relations
    4. role-taking opportunities