Values: WHAT DOES IT MEAN? WHERE DO WE GET OUR VALUES? DHQ – Lesson 2 What are some examples of “values?” Write down three. If you are not sure, take a guess… VALUES Values = moral standards personal code of conduct Ways They are Passed On… 1. Lecture teaching, impressions by frequent repetitions (people) 2. Acting (modeling) 3. Experiences 4. Environment **You may/may not agree with your parents values – but you gather and use information to make your own judgments Examples of Values www.va lues.co m Your Turn… On the back of your notes (you will not be handing this in): First – list 5 values that are important to you. Next – rank them one being the most important and five being the least Lastly – pick the most important value to you Miss Anthony’s Top Five 1. Faith 2. Love 3. Integrity 4. Optimism 5. Respect A coat of arms is a unique heraldic design on an escutcheon (i.e. shield), surcoat, or tabard. The coat of arms which consists of shield, supporters, crest, and motto. What would your coat of arms look like…? Individual Activity Create a banner / “Coat of Arms” I will provide all necessary arts & crafts to be able to create your banner The project must include: Two things that you value People that you value (at least two) 5 Personal characteristics / values (highlight your #1 value in a creative way) Activity is worth 10 classwork points – WRITE YOUR NAME & CLASS ON THE BACK!