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Values, Standards & Principles EXAM Review

Quiz by Sandra Walker

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  • Q1
    Define values.
    when we allow standards to change to please the minds of a group
    They way we spend our time
    Statements about what you stand for and what is important to you
    a fundamental truth or motivating force; a rule of conduct that produces uprightness and integrity
    30s
  • Q2
    What is one way we show our values?
    The way we spend our money
    The way we let our standards go up and down
    The way we do our homework
    The way we dance
    30s
  • Q3
    What are moments of truth?
    statements about what you stand for and what is important to you
    a set way of measuring behavior
    the way we treat other people
    windows into your real motives, situations that arise where you have choices
    30s
  • Q4
    Define standards.
    the way we spend our money
    a set way of measuring behavior
    statements about what you stand for and what is important to you
    a fundamental truth or motivating force
    30s
  • Q5
    What is moral relativism?
    a rule of conduct that produces uprightness and integrity
    statements about what you stand for and what is important to you
    When we allow standards to change to please the minds of a group
    a fundamental truth or motivating force
    30s
  • Q6
    Why is it so important for standards to remain set and not change?
    without a set standard, Teen Leadership wouldn't mean anything
    without a set standard, we spend more money
    without a set standard, our values go up and down
    without a set standard, our eye color changes to red
    30s
  • Q7
    Define principles.
    windows into your real motives, situations that arise where you have choices
    the way we spend our time
    a fundamental truth or motivating force; a rule of conduct that produces uprightness and integrity
    a set way of measuring behavior
    30s

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