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"The numbers are in and they don’t look good." that was the assessment of Josephson institute of Ethics last October, when they conducted a survey about the moral standards of more than 20.000 middle and high school students. Almost half the young people reported stealing something from a store in the previous 12 months. In the same period seven out of 10 cheated on an exam.


Should we be worried? Many observers say that we should. We see evidence of more antisocial behavior than ever among our youth – a sort of divorce between personal ethics and everyday behavior. Even among our most academically talented students, personal interest seems to triumph over the common good.

From across the political spectrum come calls to address the problem, as people from left, right, and center – however differently they may understand morality – recognize that building character is everyone's business. And, of course, in American society, whatever is everyone's business and involves children quickly leads us to the school.

The ideal that schools should produce people who are both smart and good has a venerable tradition in the United States. Most children in 19th century America learned their ABC's from the McGuffey Readers, which were replete with stories of honesty, self-reliance and courage. The reader's author, William H McGuffey, was a professor of moral philosophy at the University of Virginia. But by the early 20th century, schools were beginning to lose their comfort with such moral indoctrination. As America became a more pluralistic society, it was harder to come up with a shared notion of good behavior. Given the lack of agreement, moral education, it was argued, was best left to the individual child's family and religious institution. By the late 1970s character development had all but disappeared as a goal of American public schools.

by Steve Johnson

Part one:

Reading/interpretation

1) Circle the choice that best complete the statement.

a) The text is: a- narrative b- descriptive c- expository

b) The text is addressed to: a- authorities b- scholars c- general readers


2) Choose the most suitable title to the reading passage.

a- Ethical standards

b- Ethics in education

c- Scholars behaviour




2) Say whether the following statements are true or false according to the text and

correct the false ones .

a- the survey results were satisfactory.

b- A few numbers of students cheated on the exams.

d- Building character should be an individual interest.

e- American schools start neglecting about some moral beliefs


3) Find in the text words closest in meaning to:

Organize (1§) = neat (3§) =

4) Find in the text words opposites in meaning to:

Fear (4§) ≠ empty (4§) ≠


5) Find words in the text whose definitions follow.

a- the way that someone acts towards other people (2§)

b- Qualities and features that make a person, groups or places different from others ( 3§)


6) Filling the table with the missing word category.


verb Noun adjective adverb

locate

………..

………… …………..

……………

Education

……………

different

………… ////////////////

…………

…………..



7) Combine the sentences below using the appropriate connector.

Although – because – in order to - therefore


a- education was becoming more accessible. the region hadn’t witnessed the positive

changes.

b- Schools have become necessary partners. Parents should reinforce the

relationships with them.

C -families and religious institutions need help. Recognize and build individuals

characters

8) Divide the followings onto roots and affixes.

Recognition- indoctrination-understanding-individual

Prefix Root suffix


9) Classify the followings according to the pronunciation of their final "d/ed"

Landed- supported -pronounced -baked


10) Underline the stressed syllable in the words below.

Absentee – psychology- international– economical.








Part two: written expression

Choose one of the following topics.

Topic one


Is it the responsibility of schools to teach students moral standards or personal responsibility? People would argue that morals are the realm of parents. What are your own arguments on this issue?

Topic two

Many educators believe that students misbehave to achieve self-serving

goals. These usually include:

- Getting attention.

- Seeking power.

- Taking revenge.

- Avoiding failure.


write a paragraph of about 120 words talking about the causes of student's misbehavior.


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