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Developing the Whole Person
Transcript of Developing the Whole Person
Basic Human Drives
Are those that are biologically related such as HUNGER and THIRST -
Feelings, Moods and Emotions do not exactly mean one and the same.
5 Aspects that Make up a Complex Organism
What is your understanding of a Whole Person?
Developing the Whole Person
(latin verb, movare)
means to move or be upset or agitated. it is a variation in level of arousal, affective state or mood, expressive movements, and attitudes.
- the physical attributes including the five senses
- the intellectual functions of the mind: thinking, recognizing, reasoning, analyzing,projecting, synthesizing, recalling and assessing
- or how thinking, feeling and behaving interact and happen in a person.
- the manner by which an individual interacts with other individuals or groups of individuals.
-the attribute of a person's consciousness and beliefs, including the values and virtues that guide and put meaning into a person's life.
are the various emotional experiences such as emotions, moods, and affective traits
6 Basic Emotions that human beings experience
by Paul Elkman
in 2014 Research Study there are only 4 Basic Emotions
3. Afraid or Surprise
4. Angry or Disgusted
arises as the brain interprets an emotion which is usually caused by physical sensations experienced by the body as a reaction to a certain stimuli.
When you feel strong emotion you will feel:
dilation of eye pupil
higher blood pressure
1. Give one stimuli that can affect you emotion.
2. What are the feelings that arise from this emotion?
2. How did you response to the feelings you have based on your emotion?
Attitudes - are a person's thoughts, feelings, and emotions about another person, object, idea, behavior, or situation.
It is a result of a person's evaluation of an experience with another person, object, idea, behavior or situation based on his or her values system or beliefs.
Behavior is a manifestation or acting out of the attitudes an individual has.
Can Attitude Be changed?
Yes. Because the core of every person lies a system of beliefs that adheres to the highest ideals of human existence called VALUES.
There are Universal Values listed by the United Nations
3. Social Progress
4. Equal Rights
5. Human Dignity
Values in the Workplace
10 Basic Values by Shalom Schwartz
What is the difference between VALUES and VIRTUES?
Value - are ideals that create meaning and purpose in life. Something that you give importance. Usually a value is a NOUN
Virtue - are adjectives that describe the positive and desirable qualities which usually mirror a value it represents.
Make a list......
1. Make a video presentation of a Filipino Value with the virtues that would help a person acquire it. Also, in the video include the negative attitudes and behaviors that will not help the person acquire such value.
Submit it not later than August 26. Place it on a CDR and make a cover page for it.
The video presentation depends on how you want to project it. You may use any form or a combination of forms.