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THE VALUES

YEILIN YORYANI CARLOSAMA AGUIRRE


GEMA TATICUAN
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Area: Ingles
Once uno
2015

THE VALUES
Values are the standards of behavior and
attitudes that we behave and who agree
with what we consider right.
There are some fundamental values that
everyone must assume in order to live with
each other and that are important to

VALUE TYPES

Family Values: refer to what the family believes is right


and what is wrong. They have to do with personal values of
parents, those who educate their children, and those
children, as they grow, they can bring to your family.
Family values are the first to learn our son and if we
transmit with patience, love and delicacy, can be a good
basis on which to support, accept or reject other
experiences, attitudes and behaviors which will encounter
along of their life.

SOCIOCULTURAL VALUES:

These are values that prevail in society at the


time in which we live. These values have been
changing throughout history and may not
coincide with family values. It may be that the
family share the values that are considered
socially correct or, conversely, do not share and
educate their children according to other values.

SPIRITUAL VALUES

For many people religion is a vital value and


significance as well as its practice. Similarly,
spirituality or intimate and private experience of
some kind of belief is a fundamental value for the
coherence of life of many people. Spiritual values
can be social, family or personal and have
nothing to do with the type of religion but with
the feeling that feeds this belief.

ETHICAL AND MORAL VALUES

Those that are considered essential for the proper


coexistence of individuals in society. Education in
these values depends, in large part, they
contemplated in those values that the family
considers essential, ie that these essential ethical
and moral values are between family values that
are transmitted to the children:

RESPECT

is related to accept other people as it is, with its strengths


and weaknesses, recognizing their rights and needs. Say
things politely, without hurting, assaulted or insult anyone,
are signs of respect. Education in respect begins when we
turn our children properly, in the same way that we expect
them to be directed to others.

SINCERITY

sincerity is the pillar on which rests confidence.


So that our children do not lie, we must not abuse
punishment: children lie for fear of punishment.

RENUNCIATION OF VIOLENCE

our children to be nonviolent depends very much


on their parents do not yell, hit or missing them
respect.

WILLINGNESS TO HELP

getting children help adults and peers is easily


achieved: we only accept from the outset its
desire to help small tasks and entrust always
adapt to their age and capabilities.

COURTESY

it has to do with respect, consideration and


manners. It has to do with not being able to do
some things because it is not polite, but in them
saying "please," "thank you" and "Can I?".

CONSIDERATION

It has to do with knowing renounce their own


interests for the benefit of others. If children see
that their needs are taken seriously, it will be
easier to respect other people.

TOLERANCE

it is about acceptance and respect people who are


different, so we find it strange, unknown or
unusual ..

RESPONSIBILITY

Has to do with the confidence we have that our


children will know and assume some tasks
fulfilled. It has to do with the awareness that the
acts or breach of them has consequences for
others or for our own son.

LOVE

Love: Love is considered as the union of


important and disinterested expressions and
attitudes, as reflected among people capable of
developing emotional virtues.

THANK