ERIC Number: ED491339
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2005
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Teaching Kids Right from Wrong: 25 Important Lessons
Palomares, Susanna; Schilling, Diane
This book discusses the issues involved in ethical decision-making in a way that children and adolescents can comprehend. Kids will learn to recognize the impact of their actions upon others and on their own sense of well-being. These developmentally appropriate activities help children and youth internalize the concepts associated with "doing the right thing" and provide practice in making ethical choices. Using the thought provoking activities in this book will help young people strengthen their integrity and foster successful and cooperative living for themselves and others. This is a great resource for counselors, teachers, psychologists, and others who work with children. This book includes: (1) Lessons contain guidelines for group discussion and many have reproducible worksheets; (2) The program addresses a wide range of character themes; (3) The program involves minimal materials cost and can be used immediately without extensive preparation time; (4) Meaningful activities included make character concepts more concrete; and (5) Lessons that can be used as stand-alone activities or as supplements to an existing character program.
Descriptors: Psychologists, Personality, Group Discussion, Youth, Integrity, Ethics, Classroom Activities
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