Introduction to Ethics
The learner will identify the three general types of ethics.
Learners put themselves in the place of people new to a community. They listen to a woman describing potential neighbors and make judgments about what they’ve heard. They then learn more about the same people and decide if their initial judgments were accurate. This activity has audio content.
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