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Values Presentation

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Paola Rodriguez

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Transcript of Values Presentation

Social Values
Values
Personal values
Moral values
Spiritual values
Family values
Are a central part of who you are and who you want to be.
With this we build our life and guide us to relate with other people.
Guide decisions
Their own genes, feelings and experience.
Held to be traditionally learned or reinforced within a family
Valued in a family and are considered either good or bad
Often passed down from previous generations
The basic principles and guidelines of our initial behavior in society
Subjective aspects of the citizens' well-being
Important part of the culture of a society
Provide the general guidelines for conduct
Explain the way in which social processes operate in a given society
Importance we give to non-material aspects in our lives
Center around the expectations that people have about themselves
Religious traditions
Based on scriptures and a religion's established norms
Attitudes and behaviors
Individual values about what you think is right and wrong
How to evaluate right versus wrong
Justify decisions, intentions and actions
Examples of personal values:
Achievement
Adaptability
Ambition
Attitude
Compassion
Competence
Conflict Resolution
Continuous learning
Cooperation
Courage
Creativity
Excellence
Fairness
Generosity
Health
Honesty
Humility
Humor/fun
Trust
Vision
Leadership
Wisdom
Examples of Family Values:
Love
Respect
Communication
Sharing
Tolerance
Forgiveness
Hard Work
Understanding
Adjustment
Treat others' possessions with care and respect
Listen since all opinions are important
Always strive to maintain safety
Be honest
Treat pets as family
Remember to not always act on feelings
Think of the consequences before you act
By: Paola N. Rodríguez Rivera
Computer Class (10th grade)
March 14, 2016
Examples of Social Values:
Respect
Justice/Fairness
Honesty
Service
Contribution
Responsibility
Family
Community
Peace
Equity
Equal Opportunity
Justice
Inclusion
Respect for others
Tolerance of differences
Sharing
Examples of Spiritual Values:
Truth
Love
Faith
Righteousness
Compassion
Intellectual
Modest
Respectful
Two types of values: Spiritual and Material
Food
Shelter
Love for money
Love for material things
Destroy
Embittered
Examples of Moral Values:
Do not judge
Be dependable
Be forgiving
Keep your self control
Have integrity
Be accountable and take responsibility
Have patience
Be loyal
Have respect for yourself
Be tolerant of differences
Do not gossip
Tell the truth
Do not vandalize property
Have courage
Keep your promises
Do not cheat
Be trustworthy
Respect others
Have humility
Serve mankind
Be generous


Conclusion
"Your habits become your values,
Your values become your destiny.”
~ Mahatma Gandhi
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Duffy, S. (2016).Parent IQ.com. Defining Your Family's Values. (March 11,2016) http://www.parentiq.com/news/DefiningYourFamilyValues.asp

Silva, L. (2013).Silva Method Live.com. A Moral Values List: Your Blueprint For Life. (March 12,2015) http://www.silvamethodlife.com/moral-values-list/

Bokar, R.(2001).Buzzle.com. List of Family Values. (March 11,2012) http://www.buzzle.com/articles/list-of-family-values.html

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