Kohlberg Moralitty Disciplship Quiz

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Morality. Knowledge quiz. Grade 10 HRE


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  • 1. 

    Actions/ Choices lead to 

    • A.

      Virtues& Vices

    • B.

      Destiny

    • C.

      Habits

    • D.

      Character

    Correct Answer
    C. Habits
    Explanation
    Habits are the actions or behaviors that we repeatedly engage in, often without conscious thought. Our habits shape our character and ultimately determine our destiny. Good habits lead to virtues, such as honesty, discipline, and kindness, while bad habits lead to vices, such as laziness, dishonesty, and selfishness. Our habits become ingrained in our daily lives and have a profound impact on the person we become and the outcomes we experience. Therefore, it can be said that actions/choices lead to habits, which in turn shape our character and determine our destiny.

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  • 2. 

    Pleasing others also known as

    • A.

      Punishment Obedience

    • B.

      Good Boy or Girl

    • C.

      Me First

    • D.

      Personal Usefulness

    Correct Answer
    B. Good Boy or Girl
    Explanation
    The term "Good Boy or Girl" refers to the behavior of seeking approval and validation from others by conforming to societal norms and expectations. Pleasing others is often motivated by a desire to be seen as obedient, well-behaved, and morally upright. This behavior is driven by a need for acceptance and praise, as individuals strive to be perceived as "good" by others.

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  • 3. 

               and Order

    Correct Answer
    Law
    Laws
    Its your duty
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Law, Laws, Its your duty". This answer suggests that the topic being discussed is related to the concept of law and its enforcement. The repetition of the word "law" and the phrase "its your duty" emphasizes the importance of following and upholding laws.

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  • 4. 

    Right action flows from general principles agreed on in a society and on personal values

    • A.

      The principle of the thing

    • B.

      Me First

    • C.

      Social Contract

    • D.

      Law and Order

    Correct Answer
    C. Social Contract
    Explanation
    The concept of a social contract refers to an implicit agreement among members of a society to cooperate for social benefits. It is based on the idea that individuals willingly give up some of their freedoms and rights in exchange for protection and order provided by the government. This agreement establishes a set of general principles that guide the actions of individuals within the society. Therefore, the statement suggests that right action should be derived from the general principles agreed upon in a society, which aligns with the idea of a social contract.

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  • 5. 

    Doesn't steal because you'll get in trouble

    • A.

      STAGE 1 Reward and Punishment

    • B.

      STAGE 2 Me First

    • C.

      STAGE 3 Good Boy or Girl

    • D.

      STAGE 4 Law and Order

    Correct Answer
    A. STAGE 1 Reward and Punishment
    Explanation
    This answer suggests that the individual's behavior of not stealing is motivated by the fear of getting into trouble. This aligns with Stage 1 of moral development, which focuses on the consequences of actions and the desire to avoid punishment. In this stage, individuals are primarily concerned with their own self-interest and obey rules to avoid negative consequences rather than considering moral principles or the needs of others.

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  • 6. 

    Drink Alcohol because everyone else is doing it

    • A.

      STAGE 1 Reward and Punishment

    • B.

      STAGE 2 Me First

    • C.

      STAGE 3 Good Boy or Girl

    • D.

      STAGE 4 Law and Order

    Correct Answer
    C. STAGE 3 Good Boy or Girl
    Explanation
    The answer is STAGE 3 Good Boy or Girl. This stage refers to the development of moral reasoning based on the desire to be seen as a good person by others. In this context, the explanation suggests that someone may drink alcohol because everyone else is doing it, indicating a desire to fit in and be accepted by their peers. This behavior is driven by the need to be perceived as a "good boy" or "good girl" in the eyes of others.

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  • 7. 

    Work to change a law if it will make society more self-respecting

    • A.

      STAGE 3- Good Boy or Girl

    • B.

      STAGE 4- Law and Order

    • C.

      STAGE 5-Social Contract

    • D.

      STAGE 6- Personal Conscience

    Correct Answer
    C. STAGE 5-Social Contract
    Explanation
    In Stage 5 of Lawrence Kohlberg's theory of moral development, individuals base their moral decisions on the social contract and individual rights. They believe that laws should be followed because they are agreed upon by society and promote the greater good. Therefore, the statement "Work to change a law if it will make society more self-respecting" aligns with Stage 5 thinking as it reflects the belief in improving society through changing laws that are perceived as unjust or disrespectful.

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  • 8. 

    Punishment or Obedience -lowest to highest correct order (don't scroll down lol)Personal UsefulnessGood Boy or Girl Law and OrderSocial ContractPersonal Conscience

    • A.

      Reward Punishment,Me First, its your duty, Pleasing others, The principle of the thing, What society stands for

    • B.

      The principle of the thing, me first, pleasing others, Reward Punishment, Its your duty, What society stands for

    • C.

      Reward Punishment, Me First, Pleasing Others, Its your duty, What society stands for, The principle of the thing

    • D.

      Me First, What Society stands for, the principle of the thing, its your duty, pleasing others, Reward Punsihment

    Correct Answer
    C. Reward Punishment, Me First, Pleasing Others, Its your duty, What society stands for, The principle of the thing
    Explanation
    The correct order for Punishment or Obedience from lowest to highest is based on the different motivations for obedience. The first motivation is personal usefulness, where individuals obey to benefit themselves. The second motivation is being a good boy or girl, where individuals obey to gain approval and avoid punishment from authority figures. The third motivation is law and order, where individuals obey to maintain social order and avoid punishment from the legal system. The fourth motivation is the social contract, where individuals obey because they believe it is their duty as members of society. The highest motivation is personal conscience, where individuals obey based on their own moral principles and values.

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  • 9. 

    Most Children reason at this level

    • A.

      Reward Punishment

    • B.

      Me First

    • C.

      Pleasing Others

    • D.

      Its your duty

    • E.

      What society stands for

    Correct Answer
    A. Reward Punishment
    Explanation
    Most children reason at the level of Reward Punishment. This means that they make decisions based on the potential rewards or punishments they may receive. They are motivated by the desire to gain rewards or avoid punishment. This level of reasoning is often seen in young children who are still developing their understanding of moral and ethical concepts. They may not yet fully grasp the idea of considering the needs or perspectives of others, and instead focus on what they can personally gain or lose in a situation.

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  • 10. 

    Most People reason at this level

    • A.

      Reward Punishment

    • B.

      Me First

    • C.

      Pleasing Others

    • D.

      Its your duty

    • E.

      What society stands for

    Correct Answer
    C. Pleasing Others
    Explanation
    The given options represent different levels of reasoning that people typically use. "Pleasing Others" is a level where individuals make decisions based on what will make others happy or satisfied. This level of reasoning is commonly observed in many people, as they prioritize the needs and desires of others over their own.

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  • 11. 

    Something is right is I get something out of it.

    • A.

      STAGE 1

    • B.

      STAGE 2

    • C.

      STAGE 3

    • D.

      STAGE 4

    Correct Answer
    B. STAGE 2
  • 12. 

    Obey traffic laws for the good of society. Otherwise chaos on roads.

    • A.

      STAGE1

    • B.

      STAGE2

    • C.

      STAGE3

    • D.

      STAGE4

    Correct Answer
    D. STAGE4
    Explanation
    The given statement suggests that obeying traffic laws is important for the well-being of society, as not doing so would result in chaos on the roads. The answer "STAGE4" is likely the final stage or the conclusion of the argument presented in the stages mentioned before. However, without the content of the stages, it is difficult to provide a more specific explanation.

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  • 13. 

    Make decisions based on ethical principles that apply to all persons everywhere

    • A.

      STAGE 3

    • B.

      STAGE 4

    • C.

      STAGE 5

    • D.

      STAGE 6

    Correct Answer
    D. STAGE 6
    Explanation
    Stage 6 refers to the highest level of moral development according to Lawrence Kohlberg's theory. At this stage, individuals make decisions based on universal ethical principles that apply to all people everywhere. They prioritize justice, equality, and human rights above all else, and their actions are guided by a deep sense of personal integrity and a commitment to upholding these principles. This stage represents a mature and highly advanced level of moral reasoning, where individuals have a strong sense of social responsibility and strive to create a just and fair society for everyone.

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  • 14. 

    Obey rules of the system to maintain right order

    • A.

      STAGE 1

    • B.

      STAGE 2

    • C.

      STAGE 3

    • D.

      STAGE 4

    Correct Answer
    D. STAGE 4
    Explanation
    The correct answer is STAGE 4 because it is the next logical step in the sequence. The question mentions "obeying rules of the system to maintain right order" which implies a progression or hierarchy. In this case, the stages are likely meant to be followed in a specific order, and since STAGE 4 is the last one mentioned, it can be assumed that it is the final stage in the sequence.

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  • 15. 

    Clean up after yourself and at least 1 other person because of pride

    • A.

      STAGE 3

    • B.

      STAGE 4

    • C.

      STAGE 5

    • D.

      STAGE 6

    Correct Answer
    D. STAGE 6
  • 16. 

    Refusing to take the easy way out because she will only be cheating yourself (cheating dilemma)

    • A.

      STAGE 3

    • B.

      STAGE 4

    • C.

      STAGE 5

    • D.

      STAGE 6

    Correct Answer
    D. STAGE 6
    Explanation
    In stage 6 of the cheating dilemma, the person refuses to take the easy way out because they understand that by doing so, they would only be cheating themselves. This suggests that at this stage, the person has developed a strong sense of integrity and personal responsibility. They prioritize their own moral values and are willing to face the consequences of their actions rather than compromising their own principles. This stage reflects a high level of ethical maturity and a commitment to doing what is right, even when it is difficult.

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  • 17. 

    Habits become?

    • A.

      Good or Bad

    • B.

      Virtues or Vices

    • C.

      Character

    • D.

      Destiny

    Correct Answer
    A. Good or Bad
    Explanation
    Habits can become either good or bad depending on the actions and behaviors associated with them. Good habits are those that promote positive outcomes and contribute to personal growth and well-being. On the other hand, bad habits are detrimental to one's physical, mental, or emotional health and can hinder personal development. Habits play a significant role in shaping an individual's character as they reflect one's values, beliefs, and attitudes. Ultimately, the habits we cultivate can have a profound impact on our destiny and the path we choose in life.

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  • 18. 

    Choice between ethical goodness and and evil

    • A.

      Intergrity

    • B.

      Moral

    • C.

      Desicion

    • D.

      Values& Beliefs

    Correct Answer
    B. Moral
  • 19. 

    In stage 1, Right is, Wrong is?

    • A.

      Truth Lies

    • B.

      Reward Punishment

    • C.

      Good Bad

    • D.

      Based on moral integrity

    Correct Answer
    B. Reward Punishment
    Explanation
    In stage 1, the concept of right and wrong is often determined by the presence of rewards or punishments. People in this stage make decisions based on what will bring them rewards or avoid punishments. They may not consider moral integrity or the inherent goodness or badness of an action. This stage is characterized by a focus on self-interest and a limited understanding of ethical principles.

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  • 20. 

    If anyone approves of their decision or action it is right.Disapprovals is wrong

    • A.

      STAGE 1

    • B.

      STAGE 2

    • C.

      STAGE 3

    • D.

      STAGE 4

    Correct Answer
    C. STAGE 3
    Explanation
    The given answer, STAGE 3, is correct because it states that if anyone approves of their decision or action, it is right. This implies that in the previous stages (STAGE 1 and STAGE 2), there may have been some doubts or uncertainties regarding the decision or action. However, in STAGE 3, once approval is received, it confirms that the decision or action is indeed right. Therefore, disapprovals in the subsequent stages (STAGE 4) would be considered wrong as they contradict the initial approval received in STAGE 3.

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  • 21. 

    Dont do onto Others what you dont want to do onto you

    • A.

      STAGE 1

    • B.

      STAGE 2

    • C.

      STAGE 3

    • D.

      STAGE 4

    Correct Answer
    B. STAGE 2
  • 22. 

    What society's agrees their  standards are to the extent that the law supports these standards

    • A.

      STAGE 3

    • B.

      STAGE 4

    • C.

      STAGE 5

    • D.

      STAGE 6

    Correct Answer
    C. STAGE 5
    Explanation
    Stage 5 is the correct answer because at this stage, individuals in society have developed a social contract and recognize the importance of upholding the laws and standards that they have collectively agreed upon. They understand that the law is a reflection of their shared values and beliefs, and they willingly comply with it. This stage represents a higher level of moral development where individuals prioritize the well-being of society as a whole over their own self-interest.

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  • 23. 

    Laws are to be obeyed and obeying them is the right thing to do

    • A.

      STAGE 3

    • B.

      STAGE 4

    • C.

      STAGE 5

    • D.

      STAGE 6

    Correct Answer
    C. STAGE 5
    Explanation
    In the given statement, it is mentioned that laws are to be obeyed and obeying them is the right thing to do. This implies that there is a moral obligation to follow laws, suggesting a sense of duty and responsibility towards society. Stage 5 in this context can be related to the social contract orientation, where individuals recognize the importance of laws for the greater good and adhere to them based on principles of justice and equality. Thus, stage 5 aligns with the idea that obeying laws is the right thing to do.

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  • 24. 

    Reward is not motive, motive fir doing what they know is right

    • A.

      STAGE 3

    • B.

      STAGE 4

    • C.

      STAGE 5

    • D.

      STAGE 6

    Correct Answer
    D. STAGE 6
  • 25. 

    Disciple "means"

    • A.

      Apostles

    • B.

      Learner

    • C.

      Followers

    • D.

      Teachings of C

    Correct Answer
    B. Learner
    Explanation
    The word "disciple" refers to someone who is a learner or a follower. In this context, it is used to describe someone who is learning from a teacher or a mentor. The word "apostles" refers specifically to the twelve disciples chosen by Jesus in the Bible. While they were learners and followers, the term "disciple" is more general and can be applied to anyone who is learning or following a particular person or teachings. Therefore, the correct answer is "learner".

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  • 26. 

    Disciple can refer to

    • A.

      Students

    • B.

      Followers

    • C.

      The Apostles

    • D.

      All the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All the above
    Explanation
    The term "disciple" can refer to students, followers, or the Apostles. A disciple is someone who learns from and follows a teacher or leader. In the context of students, a disciple is a learner who seeks knowledge and guidance from a teacher. Followers are individuals who adhere to the teachings and principles of a particular person or belief system. The Apostles were the twelve chosen disciples of Jesus Christ who followed and spread his teachings. Therefore, "All the above" is the correct answer as it encompasses all the possible meanings of the term "disciple".

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  • 27. 

    Love of God must be greater than

    • A.

      Worldly goods

    • B.

      One's life

    • C.

      All of the above

    • D.

      None of the above ( i know you atheists are probably gonan pick this one)

    Correct Answer
    A. Worldly goods
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Worldly goods" because the love of God should surpass material possessions and wealth. The concept of putting spiritual values and devotion above materialistic desires is a common belief in many religions. This answer implies that the love and devotion towards God should be prioritized over worldly possessions.

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  • 28. 

    Good habits become Bad habits become(2 answers)

    • A.

      Morals

    • B.

      Character

    • C.

      Vices

    • D.

      Faults

    • E.

      Virtues

    Correct Answer(s)
    C. Vices
    E. Virtues
    Explanation
    Good habits can develop into virtues, which are positive qualities or moral excellence. On the other hand, bad habits can turn into vices, which are negative behaviors or immoral actions. Therefore, when someone consistently practices good habits, they are more likely to develop virtuous character traits. Conversely, if someone consistently engages in bad habits, they are more likely to develop vices or faults.

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