Acting with Integrity
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Lesson four features integrity applied to scenarios that students will discuss and provide rationale for their thinking.

Duration: 
PrintOne 20-minute lesson
Objectives: 

The learner will:

  • analyze a scenario.
  • justify answers based upon decision-making with integrity.
  • share thinking.
Materials: 
  • Flip Chart or Board
  • Definition of integrity displayed: Knowing and doing what's right.
  • Student copies of Handout One: Acting With Integrity
Instructions: 
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  1. Anticipatory Set:

    Remind the learners that the definition of integrity is "Knowing and doing what is right." Ask: Can we have one without the other (knowing and doing)? What makes you say that? (Ask three or four students to share their reasons.)

  2. Teacher: Let's check our thinking on integrity by examining a few situations.

  3. Group students into three groups and assign one scenario from Handout One:Acting With Integrity to each group. Each group, after making decisions on their situation, should select a student from the group to read the scenario aloud to the class. Then any members of the group may share their key discussion points with the class. Make certain that the students are sharing their thinking/rationale when they share their answers. If time permits, the teacher could ask the "audience" if they have questions or different ideas.

  4. Teacher: Integrity is knowing and doing what's right. What was the connection between all the scenarios?(not being true to one's word) Why is both knowing and doing what's right so important to being a person of integrity? What are the benefits to acting with integrity?