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d. Employees should remember that employees are adversaries and are always there to oppress them E. all needs of the citizens are to be met by the government4 the citizens can do somng to improve the lives of people
g. Political positions are opportunities for enriching oneself
)t political positions are o,portunities of sharing God\'s power of recreating the world
4. citizens are cooperators to uplift the country in their economic life
p citizens can urge the government to take active steps to take care of the earth
B. Write whether these aye opertttional structures or attitudinal structures.
a. political f. legal
b. philosophy of life g. world view
c. standards of morality h. health
d. economic i. military
C. Cite an attitudinal stricture of a person which resulted in the progress of a certain community.
Make a chart for attitudinal changes among citizens and political leaden that would lead to helping the country move to progress.
Citizens Attitudinal Change Result
Political Leaders Attitudinal Change Result
I. _____________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________
3. _____________________________________ _________________________________________
4. __________________________________ C\'______________________________________
MAKING CHOICES FOR ONES SELF
Pasca said, )Aatt a only a reed, the weakest ti nature bitt he it a thitiking red\'\' Another of his quotation is, \'9We know the truth, not only by reasott bitt by heart.\' v tIiee two ecpressions we are led to a conclusion nat man has tar greater wortii than any kind of (kzd\'c creation. Do the exercises and read the selections to better find out the hetinnhllg and end of nat).
o Do this Activity -- \'What I\'m Not\'\'
Describe yoursglf by writing what you ar NOT. Vor example if tot\' have a curly hair you night write: "I do not have CVPfr hair. Exchange your "I Am Not jesctit,tions with your friends. See if you can flure out who is not described.
(School subjects uch as Math, Es, gpsh, History, hobbies sports)
I aul 00SI\'fl* Ir) $JIc*44 WI_aIL
(Books, favorite subject)
I do not like to
(Care em. leisure me, fan, Fly, cornet, unity, etc \'do not want to he
2. Answet II* lbltowThg questions
Wbaav you discovered a reardi lg the wlii ou are otY
Do you lcd affr.4gatweW reaming the aspects xQhich you are flOt
As you go on you \'vifl ci scover\'tIue it ings about yourself that wouid matter snore
usig than what you air not
d. employees shnuld remember that employees arc adversaries and are always there to oppnss them
e. afl leeds of the citizens ore to be met by the govern,nent
4, the cttizcncan doaomnet og to improve ttte lives of peoWe
.41 political positions are o\'portunities for enricrnng oneself
)i. poIitic positions are 4potttnities of sharing Ood power of recreatins the world citizens ae cooperators to uplift the county in their econnn,ic life
citizens can urge the government to take actiqt steps to tke cam of the earth
B. Write whether these aye opemtional stntcturas or attitudinal structures.
a. political f. legal
b. philosophy of life - g. world ,dew
C. standards ofmorality h. health
d. economic I. military
C. Cite an attitudinal structure of a person which resulted in the vrosress of a certain comflluni ty.
Make a chart for attitudinal changes among citizens and political leaders that would lead to wtpnt the co.\'ntiy rw,e to,rovtss.
dtizens Attitudi\',st Change Result
?olitica leaders Attitvdinal Change Resnt
MAKING CHOICES FOR ONE S SELF
Pascal said, Man is only a reed, the weakett in nature but he is a thmkin reed." Au\'o ther or lii s quotation is. \'\'We know the truth not o\'Ily by reason hut by fieart*\' y these two expressions we ar led to a conclnsiou that man has far greater worth than any kind of Cod\'s creation. Do the exercises and react the selections to better find out the hegimiing aud end
of ii an
I. Do this Activity -.- \'What I\'m Not\'\'
Describe yourself by writing what you are NOT- For example if you have a curly hair you rnirht write: "I do rot have a curly hair. Pxchange your \'9 Am Not -desctionc with 3\'ouT friends. See ifyc, Ca,, figure out who is not descrIbed.
(Eyes, lie*. h.ight weight)
(Sc!tooIsLIbiectsn[ichas MaTh, ng!isI, History, hobbies, sports)
F, In Lia41 . Voi1sgI
INThRTST DESCRIPTION Li
(Books, fsvorite subje.ct)
(Careers leisure fink. Ianii\'y, cOmaiuflity etc.)
I dci tint want to be fl ,,t.
ng tjtyestio us
A.. put yourcofl regardctw the aspects wht you treyct
ho rt.c,tt\'ve% reaIczcn tile aspects which you are Ut
As ott go on yot, will dcsco vernIte fbi ogs about oursoIr that would matter more
than what you alt
3. Read the foliow3na selection
BE PROUO YOU ARE HUMAN
by flop, WiWm
o .1 ad\'uir the human race. rverybody is binning us down, these days. for the mess they saywe have
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