Values and Teaching: Working with Values in the Classroom

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Values and Teaching
Working with Values in the Classroom

Second edition

LOUIS E. RATHS Adjunct Professor State University College, Fredonia

MERRILL HARMIN Southern Illinois University

SIDNEY B. SIMON University of Massachusetts

CHARLES E. MERRILL PUBLISHING COMPANY A Bell & Howell Company Columbus Toronto London Sydney

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • One - Introduction 1
  • 1 - Values Clarification: Nature and Goals 3
  • Two - A Theory of Values 13
  • 2 - The Difficulty of Developing Values 15
  • Summary 23
  • 3 - Distinguishing Values and Valuing 25
  • 4 - Values Clarification: Process and Content 37
  • Three - Methodology 51
  • 5 - A Dialogue Strategy 53
  • In Conclusion 80
  • 6 - A Writing Strategy 85
  • 7 - A Discussion Strategy 127
  • 8 - Strategies to Expand Awareness of Consequences 141
  • 9 - Nineteen Other Strategies 149
  • Four - Perspectives 197
  • 10 - Values and Thinking 199
  • In Conclusion 226
  • 11 - Getting Started: Some Questions and Answers 227
  • 12 - Research Findings 247
  • 13 - Conducting Your Own Research 271
  • 14 - Perspectives on the Theory 285
  • 15: Values Clarification in Operation 301
  • Appendix a Questions for Incomplete Value Sheets 327
  • Appendix B Evaluating Value Sheets 329
  • Appendix C Additional Value Sheets 331
  • Appendix D Practice Activities for the Clarifying Response 338
  • Bibliography 349
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