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Socially Acceptable Content

Content

Introduction

  1. Lesson 1: About me
  2. Lesson 2: My rights and responsibilities
  3. Lesson 3: Relationships
  4. Lesson 4: Oops, I think my girlfriend is pregnant!
  5. Lesson 5: Integrity
  6. Lesson 6: Suicide
  7. Lesson 7: The gang
  8. Lesson 8: The mailroom
  9. Lesson 9: The contract
  10. Lesson 10: The community tap
  11. Lesson 11: Drunken driver
  12. Lesson 12: Copycat
  13. Lesson 13: Soccer team player
  14. Lesson 14: Different cultures
  15. Lesson 15: Lies
  16. Lesson 16: Lesson 1: Angus is abused
  17. Lesson 17: The dilemma of two husbands
  18. Lesson 18: The big race
  19. Lesson 19: The prison boy
  20. Lesson 20: The elephant
  21. Lesson 21: The old man
  22. Lesson 22: Factory workers

Facilitator notes and test


Introduction

Society says: “Lock them up and throw away the key!” Jesus says: “I am the key that sets them free!”
God needs people who love imperfect people, perfectly!

The following lessons will assist inmates with knowledge of social skills inside and outside prison, specifically those who did not have the advantage of attending school. Therefore we have chosen to use language that can be easily understood by everyone.

The purpose of this book is to guide you as a learner to get to know yourself and others, by having respect for different levels of relationships and by knowing your responsibility and rights as part of a social structure.

During group discussions on each topic, remember to identify the four “R” aspects in depth: Rights, Responsibilities, Relationships, Respect

The book highlights important issues that will help Christian inmates to adapt again in society. They will be learning social skills to be able to cope when they have been released into the community, assisting them to handle difficult or everyday situations in which they may find themselves. A compass is a relatively simple instrument based on a simple concept.

With its northward facing needle, it is a consistent and true indicator of physical direction.

By placing“moral”in front of the compass, we create a picture of mental processes that point a person in a particular direction in life. With a good moral compass you have consistent and true indicators upon which you can base your personal belief and action.

 

But while the concept of a moral compass is simple and clear, it is not so easy to know the exact meaning of the idea of morality. We do not all have the same idea of what is right and wrong. And if two people have different ideas of right and wrong conduct and belief, their moral com- passes might not point in the same direction.







Sections

Content

Introduction

  1. Lesson 1: About me
  2. Lesson 2: My rights and responsibilities
  3. Lesson 3: Relationships
  4. Lesson 4: Oops, I think my girlfriend is pregnant!
  5. Lesson 5: Integrity
  6. Lesson 6: Suicide
  7. Lesson 7: The gang
  8. Lesson 8: The mailroom
  9. Lesson 9: The contract
  10. Lesson 10: The community tap
  11. Lesson 11: Drunken driver
  12. Lesson 12: Copycat
  13. Lesson 13: Soccer team player
  14. Lesson 14: Different cultures
  15. Lesson 15: Lies
  16. Lesson 16: Lesson 1: Angus is abused
  17. Lesson 17: The dilemma of two husbands
  18. Lesson 18: The big race
  19. Lesson 19: The prison boy
  20. Lesson 20: The elephant
  21. Lesson 21: The old man
  22. Lesson 22: Factory workers

Facilitator notes and test

Introduction

Society says: “Lock them up and throw away the key!” Jesus says: “I am the key that sets them free!”
God needs people who love imperfect people, perfectly!

The following lessons will assist inmates with knowledge of social skills inside and outside prison, specifically those who did not have the advantage of attending school. Therefore we have chosen to use language that can be easily understood by everyone.

The purpose of this book is to guide you as a learner to get to know yourself and others, by having respect for different levels of relationships and by knowing your responsibility and rights as part of a social structure.

During group discussions on each topic, remember to identify the four “R” aspects in depth: Rights, Responsibilities, Relationships, Respect

The book highlights important issues that will help Christian inmates to adapt again in society. They will be learning social skills to be able to cope when they have been released into the community, assisting them to handle difficult or everyday situations in which they may find themselves. A compass is a relatively simple instrument based on a simple concept.

With its northward facing needle, it is a consistent and true indicator of physical direction.

By placing“moral”in front of the compass, we create a picture of mental processes that point a person in a particular direction in life. With a good moral compass you have consistent and true indicators upon which you can base your personal belief and action.

 

But while the concept of a moral compass is simple and clear, it is not so easy to know the exact meaning of the idea of morality. We do not all have the same idea of what is right and wrong. And if two people have different ideas of right and wrong conduct and belief, their moral com- passes might not point in the same direction.

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