This lesson addresses how we all have to "stop, think and choose;" to make a moral and ethical choice. The lesson discusses developing a moral compass, good choices and bad choices, asking yourself certain questions before making a choice of how to handle a situation, and assessing whether you made the right decision. Clip art, printables, answer key, no prep needed.
Students will learn how to develop their own moral compass
Students will understand that "good choices" give you more of what you want in life because of doing the right thing, and that "bad choices" and their consequences give you less of what you want in life.
Students will comprehend that there are certain questions you should be asking yourself before you make a choice to make sure the choice you make is the right one.
Students will understand that there is certain criteria that you can use as an assessment to determine whether you have made a good moral choice.
Writing prompt activity
Activity of assessing a choice a teen has made to determine if it is a good moral choice or a bad choice. There are 4 separate scenarios.