In Search of Character: TRUSTWORTHINESS
-For grades 7-12
-Produced in association with CHARACTER COUNTS!
-Video with Printable Teacher’s Guide
-Available on DVD or Online Digital Video Streaming
Trust is the basis of all good relationships and a cornerstone of good character. This program shows what it means to be a person others can trust.
Trust is the basis of all good relationships and a cornerstone of good character. This program shows what it means to be a person others can trust. We learn that trustworthy people keep their promises, are honest, reliable, principled, and never inappropriately betray a confidence. To help understand how trusting relationships are developed, we look at a documentary about a high school peer counseling program, where trusting and being trusted are the keys to a healthy school community.
ABOUT THE VIDEO SERIES:
The In Search of Character series focuses on the ten virtues most commonly named by parents, educators, and community groups concerned with character education. While each of these words evokes its own meaning, what counts most, like colors on a canvas, is the way they interact to paint a complete picture. In Search of Character is not about teaching individual virtues, it’s about helping young people construct a vision of themselves as good people and then live up to that vision. It’s about showing them that, in a world where poor character is so commonplace, they can choose to be better than that.
Each volume is approximately 25min in length and includes a printable teaching guide filled with discussion questions, group activities, and writing assignments that further support the lesson.
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