Inspiring Purpose

Respect

1. What to do...


If you are struggling to identify your strengths, why not take the VIA survey?

During WWI, respect for ones country and those who were fighting for their country was an enormous part of that period’s culture. Take a 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 box explain your choice of the quality you most need to work on.

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. Provide an example of how you display it in everyday life.
3. Select the quality you most need to work on and write a short statement that explains the quality. Provide an example of what you can do to work on improving that quality in everyday life.

Patient - I don’t get annoyed because I have to wait. 
Considerate - I think about the needs of others. 
Good at Listening - I listen carefully and sympathetically to others.
Fair - I treat all people the same way. 
Open-Minded - I listen carefully to new ideas even if I disagree.
Reliable - My friends and family can count on me.
Modest - I don’t boast or show off to others.
Appreciative - I express my gratitude when good things happen.

2. Use the examples below to help...


WW1 Respect 01

WW1 Respect 02

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