The students of grade 11/5 fill out a values questionnaire and participate in an interactive movement activity in which they identify and discuss how common family values affect their life and personality. The follow-up class discussion and supplemental activity offer students a time to assess how social and family values can create either acceptance or conflicts regarding our own and others’ abilities and disabilities, gender roles, other diversity issues and individual interests and life choices.
• Identify the values that are important in the student’s family and be able to describe why they are important and how they affect their personal values and choices.
• Recognize the ways in which people from diverse backgrounds and family cultures can share common concerns and interests.
• Understand the reasons for value choices that are different from their own
Teacher: English-L. Araqelyan