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					Why Does Character Matter?
                 Game
                 Lucky words

Responsibility            Caring
   Forgiveness                 Citizenship
Courage                   Perseverance
    Respect                    Honesty
Fairness                  Trustworthiness
      Game

        Step 1


Draw a lot and see what
 lucky words you get.
         Game

           Step 2


Read the words to your partner
 and discuss what they mean.
         Game

           Step 3

When you see the words you
get are on the screen, please
   stand up and share the
       words with us.
   Words of Wisdom
               Caring
What we have done for ourselves alone
dies with us; what we have done for others
and the world remains and is immortal.

          — Albert Pike, Scottish Rite Freemason
 Words of Wisdom
            Courage

Focus on where you want to go, not on
what you fear.

                     — Anthony Robbins
   Words of Wisdom
             Honesty

A lie has speed, but truth has endurance.

                       — Edgar J. Mohnfear
   Words of Wisdom
         Perseverance
Our greatest weakness lies in giving up.
The most certain way to succeed is always
to try just one more time.
                         — Thomas A. Edison
   Words of Wisdom
             Gratitude

Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is
like wrapping a present and not giving it.
                      — William Arthur Ward
                Practice

                Dr. House
Here are some confusing situations.
Do you have any suggestion?
You can also use the words you get to give advice.
            Situation 1
Two of Edward’s classmates keep leaving
offensive message that attacks students,
teachers, and their school on the blog. Edward
might be the only one who knows who did it.
The principal wants to know the truth.

Should he betray his classmates or lie to the
principal?
         Situation 1
          Words of Wisdom


To see what is right and not to do it is
cowardice.

             — Confucius, Chinese philosopher
             Situation 2

Every day on the way home, Sandra sees her
classmate, William, tease and bully the same
boy, Tom. Almost everyone in her class knows
it, but no one has ever said anything to the
teachers.

Should Sandra tell on the bully or just ignore it?
    Situation 2
     Words of Wisdom


If the world seems cold to you,
kindle fires to warm it.

      — Lucy Larcom, American poet
           Situation 2
            Words of Wisdom


You cannot do a kindness too soon because
you never know how soon it will be too late.

       — Ralph Waldo Emerson, American philosopher
           Situation 3

Jessie’s Math teacher made a mistake on
Jessie’s midterm exam grade. He gave her
ten more points than she should get, which
also made her pass the exam.

Should Jessie accept the good fortune or
point out the truth to the teacher?
          Situation 3
          Words of Wisdom



A lie has speed, but truth has endurance.
                           — Edgar J. Mohn
      Situation 3
       Words of Wisdom


A lie may take care of the present,
but it has no future.

                  — Author Unknown

				
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