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How Can You Decide Among Competing Responsibilities?

Students learn six ideas to consider when there are conflicting responsibilities.
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Students learn six ideas to consider when there are conflicting responsibilities. For each idea, there is a brief scenario and some questions to consider. Finally there is a short story to which the students should apply all of the six ideas. A chart with questions is provided to use for deciding among responsibilities. An interesting activity asks students to create a skit that shows characters dealing with the issues and ideas presented here.

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