Grade 7 Health Unit 7 - Morality

Grade 7 Health Unit 7 - Morality
Grade 7 Health Unit 7 - Morality
Grade 7 Health Unit 7 - Morality
Grade 7 Health Unit 7 - Morality
Grade 7 Health Unit 7 - Morality
Grade 7 Health Unit 7 - Morality
Grade 7 Health Unit 7 - Morality
Grade 7 Health Unit 7 - Morality
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This unit for Grade 7 Health Education is based on the Saskatchewan curriculum. It is not intended to be the ultimate in lesson planning for Health classes. Although it can be used as is, the intention is to help teachers to have a jumping off point from which they can extend the lesson plans presented to meet the needs of their students. Each lesson can be used on its own.

The outcomes and indicators covered in this unit are:

Outcome: USC7.7:

Investigate and express an understanding of possible discrepancies in morals (e.g., beliefs, ethics, virtues, understanding of right/wrong) that may determine and/or affect the commitment to the well-being of self, family, community, and the environment.

a. Locate sources and evaluate information, according to specific criteria, about morality.

b. Explore and discuss moral maxims, stories, parables, and guiding visions of many cultures.

Analyze how one’s identity, and moral code is created through contact with others who are the same and/or different.

c. Investigate possible relationships and/or tensions among values (e.g., values of integrity and honesty).

d. Appraise virtues as the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong.

e. Express an understanding of how norms, trends, and values in society influence self, others, and relationships.

f. Explore the source and rationale of social precepts/principles (e.g., prohibitions, rules, rights, norms in everyday life).

g. Distinguish between rights, needs, whims, privileges, and responsibilities.

h.Question assumptions and stereotypes in relation to different customs, beliefs, attitudes, and opinions.

i. Explore, question, and appreciate a wide range of human values, virtues, and abilities that support “the common or greater good” within the contexts of daily life.

j.Determine situations when one may be required to assert personal beliefs in the face of opposition.

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