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Moral Values and Thinking Skills for Lesson Planning Moral Values 1.

Kindheartedness Compassionate Considerate Generous Understanding Forgiving 2. Self-Reliance Responsible Independent Industrious Self-confident 3. Humility Polite Admitting ones mistake Friendly 4. Mutual respect Respect and loyal towards parents Respect for the elderly, teachers, peers, leaders and neighbours Respect for king and country Respect for basic rights Respect for beliefs and cultures of various races Respect for individual rights Adherence to the rule of law Adherence to time (punctual) Value wisdom, experience and deeds Value manual labour Value self-respect 5. Love Love for life Love for the environment Love for the country Love for peace and harmony 6. Justice Just Fair 7. Freedom Freedom within the law

Freedom within the democratic system 8. Courage Brave Stand up to the truth Resolute Responsible/accountable 9. Cleanliness of body and mind Physical cleanliness Environmental cleanliness Well-mannered in words and actions Healthy and constructive thoughts 10. Honesty/Integrity Trustworthy Speaking the truth Sincere 11. Diligence Courageous Pro-active/Resourceful Dedicated to work Determined Hardworking 12. Cooperation Spirit of brotherhood Collective responsibility Helping one another Tolerance Common good Unity 13. Moderation Moderation in thought Moderation in speech Moderation in action 14. Gratitude Thankful Grateful Appreciative 15. Rationality Able to form judgments Able to reason Open minded and able to think logically 16. Public spiritedness

Subscribing to consensus Subscribing to the spirit of neighbourliness Sensitive to social issues in the community

Thinking Skills 1. Generating ideas 2. Making associations 3. Making inferences 4. Predicting 5. Making hypothesis 6. Synthesizing 7. Creating mental pictures 8. Drawing mental pictures 9. Drawing analogies 10. Creating metaphors 11. Identifying characteristics 12. Comparing and contrasting 13. Categorizing 14. Sequencing 15. Arranging in order of priority 16. Analyzing 17. Identify facts and opinion 18. Evaluating 19. Drawing conclusion 20. Identify cause and effects 21. Collect and classify information 22. Translate information 23. Analyse 24. Synthesize 25. Application 26. Give reasons 27. Develop assumptions 28. Identify the whole and its parts 29. Categorize 30. Problem-solving 31. Determine the reliability of sources 32. Generalise ideas 33. Make judgements/decisions