Values
What do you value most?
Week THREE
Value Picture Cards, Value Picture folder, Value Card Sort & Summary Sheet
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Last Week
• Dr. Carl Jung
• MBTI
– Feedback from students
– Tool to assist students with
career decisions
• Homework
– Journal: MBTI Preference
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Agenda
• Ice Breaker
– Value Auction
• Value
– Card Sort
– Assessment
– Clarification
– “The Alligator River Story”
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Ice Breaker – Value Auction
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Value
• What is Value?
– Things in life that we hold in high regard
– Qualities, characteristics or ideas about which we feel
strongly
– It affects our decision, goal and behavior
– It defines what is of worth, what is beneficial and
what is harmful
• Value are standards to guide our action,
judgment and attitude
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What do you value?
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Where do we get our values?
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Our home,
School,
Society,
Friends,
Television,
Church,
Music,
Books,
Families,
• Culture,
• Employers,
• Time period in
which you were
raised (50’s, 60’s,
70’s, 80’s, 90’s),
• Area you were
raised,
• Etc…
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One thousand dollar - $1,000
• If you were given a check for $1,000 to do
whatever you want, what would you do with it?
Conclusion:
• What you spend the money on has everything to
do with what you value
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Value Assessment
• Please review the Value section in the Career
Planning Workbook at your leisure time
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Value Checklist (page 28)
Value Cards (page 30)
Summary Sheet of Prioritized Values (page 32)
Writing Your Obituary (page 36)
Your Perfect Job/Career (page 37)
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The Alligator
River Story
Workbook – page 34
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River
Workbook – page 34
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Characters
Adjectives
Opposite to
Adjectives
Abigail
Immature
Childish
Mature
Adult
Lawyer
Pilot
Manager
Gregory
Judgmental
Negative
Non-judgmental
Accepting
Consultant
Journalist
Sales person
Sinbad
Opportunistic
Taking advantage of
Helpful
Supportive
Bank teller
Fire Fighter
Social Worker
Chris
Apathetic
Lack of care
Compassionate
Considerate
Counselor
Teacher
Nurse
Pat
Violent
Brutal
Calm, gentle
Peaceful
Dentist
Librarian
Secretary
Workbook – page 35
Occupations
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Homework
• Journal: Values
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