This trip taught me that the best way to get pleasure and meaning out of life is by helping others. I work hard to get what I want out of this life and to become successful.
I come from a family where I am fortunate enough to get to experience different countries and cultures. Investigate likely behaviour for a given worldview Draw attention to the relationship between individual worldviews and how people live their lives.
Predicted Behaviour Likely actions if one believes that people tend to be naturally evil Likely actions if one believes that people tend to be naturally good Meeting a new person may be suspicious of others is less likely to make friends quickly often takes the initiative to meet new people tends to trust people Deciding on a punishment for a crime is likely to place emphasis on preventing the individual from is likely to favour jail terms may doubt that individuals can reform or change may be more willing to seek to help the individual reform—likely to favour rehabilitation may trust that individuals can change Invite students to repeat this process with other scenarios; e.
Students may refer to the chart summarizing likely behaviour for each element of a worldview.
Since I was a little boy, the things that I have learned the most from are the lessons and events that I have experienced. The purpose is to identify value positions or assumptions in key elements of their personal worldview.
My family, and more specifically my dad, has had the biggest impact on my worldview to this day. Ask students to identify the likely responses in each scenario if an individual believes that people are either naturally good or naturally evil.
We ended up losing that year and the following two years. Complete personal worldview questionnaires Before discussing the concept of worldview, invite students to respond to the statements in Personal Worldview Questionnaire found in Exploring Worldview Support Material.