Inspiring Purpose

Character & Competence

1. What to do...


 

During WWI, it was essential for everyone to be hard-working, as everyone worked as a team and a nation to get through the horrors of the war. Being decisive was a necessary quality for many, especially doctors or generals and those higher up in command. Look at the adjectives in the box and choose the one that you are best at. Write a short statement in the middle box of your poster to explain your choice. In the right-hand box, your partner should do the same.


1. Look at the qualities in the box, rank these in the order that best describe you, with No. 1 being your strongest quality. 
2. Select the quality you ranked No. 1 and write a short statement that explains the quality that best describes you in the box provided. Give an example of how you display it in everyday life. Then, in the box on the right, your partner from a different generation should also do this.

Persistent - I keep going, I don’t give up. 
Decisive - I make up my mind quickly and stick with my decision. 
Ambitious - I work hard towards important goals for the future.
Committed - I engage fully in my work and other activities. 
Hard Working - I always try my best.
Self-disciplined - I do the things that are important even if I don’t feel like it.
Purposeful - I work towards my goals because they are important to me.
Enthusiastic - I am energetic and can motivate others.

 

2. Use the examples below to help...


Character Competence BTG

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