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K 11 in I 9 e B 2 Sa m pl A 1 Vi ew The unused letters of the word search, read from left to right and top to bottom, spell out a quote by a 19th century British prime minister, his name and the general term used to describe his occupation. 2. (a) Write the quote, the name and the term. 3. On a separate sheet of paper, using the above code: (a) encode the quote, name and occupation, (b) add the numbers for each letter to reach a total, (c) circle the correct answer. com 1110 1111 15 Teaching values toolkit Be kind to yourself – Love, and value the love of, others The importance of love For most people, the need to be loved is as important as the need for food, clothing and shelter.
Exhibit the flowers of all the class in a colourful display. com Be kind to yourself – Strive for success The secret of success To be successful, one needs to be prepared to work hard even when the going gets tough, and to keep going when giving up seems a better alternative. There are many character traits a person must possess to be successful. Eight character trait words are hidden in the word search. The words are listed in code. C 3 D 4 E 5 F 6 G H 7 8 1. (a) Complete the word search. J 10 [i] (20,5,14,1,3,9,20, 25) D E D S E C S S U C P C E T L T I E F E I A A E M R A N T E M R N E S A D Y F C I H A I I S O P P O N N T C U S N M I T Y W E A H I E T N I T R C O M G E T S A B E N J A E M I I Y N N D I S R A E L T I L P C O L I T I C I A N E I E C N A R E V E S R E P D [iii] (4, 9,12,9,7,5,14,3,5) [iv] (5,14,4,21,18,1,14,3,5) [v] (4,5,4,9,3,1,20,9,15,14) [vi] (16,5,18,19,9,19,20,5,14,3,5) N T E C N A R N O I T A C I R E I T O F S S I T N S F O R O B E O R R g [vii] (16,5,18,19,5,22,5,18,1,14,3,5) [viii] (4,5,20,5,18,13,9,14,1,20,9,15,14) Z 26 E [ii] (19,20,1,13,9,14,1) Y 25 H V W X 22 23 24 E U 21 N T 20 D S 19 U L M N O P Q R 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 (b) Decipher the coded words.
Write: • why you acted that way at the time • your feelings about what happened g Sa m pl • whether it was something you said or did that you now regret e 1. Visualise a mistake you have made in the past that has affected other people in a negative way. Vi ew in • what you have learned from making the mistake. 2. An important part of forgiving yourself is ‘letting go’. This means that you accept responsibility for your mistake but you stop dwelling on it. (a) Suggest some things someone could do to ‘let go’ after making a mistake.
Phenomenology and the human sciences: A contribution to a new scientific ideal (Duquesne studies : Psychological series) by Stephan Strasser