S: ALEXANDER JAMES MCDERMOTT
BC: AJ MCDERMOTT MOD 5/6
FC: THE CULTURAL VALUES OF AJ MCDERMOTT | AJ MCDERMOTT MOD 5/6
1: TABLE OF CONTENTS PG.2-3 GRATITUDE PG.4-5 OBEDIENCE PG.6-7 LOYALTY PG.8-9 SELF-CONTROL PG.10-11 STRENGTH PG.12-13 TRUST PG.14-15 ORIGINALITY PG.16-17 HONESTY PG.18-19 COURAGE Pg.20-21 FRIENDLINESS 22-23 pg. SUMMARY AND REFLECTION | HOPE YOU ENJOY!!!
2: To show true thankfulness in one's actions
4: OBEDIENCE | Be abled to listen without question | OBEDIENCE | Be abled to listen without question
6: LOYALTY To show truthfulness in being faithful.
8: SELF CONTROL To have control over one's body, mind, and emotions
10: STRENGTH To show you are not afraid of your enemy and/or conflict.
12: TRUST To put one's faith and loyalty into a person.
14: ORIGINALITY To show your true self to the outside world.
16: HONESTY To show truthfulness in one's words and actions.
18: COURAGE To not be afraid of your enemy or conflict.
20: FRIENDLINESS | To stick by one's side at the time of need | FRIENDLINESS | To stick by one's side at the time of need
22: THE RACE BETWEEN TOAD AND DONKEY Summary: Trust is the cultural value that I'm stating because: of donkey not being able to trust toad to not cheat.Toad uses his children by whenever donkey yells to mark his location, the toad babies would yell. Making it seem as if toad were in the lead.Toad is actually at the finish line waiting for the right time to pop out and win the race. Reflection: I can relate by one time when my sister was home for the rest of the day on Friday because of her dentist appointment. While she was at home she had stole my phone when I left it at home. My sister had called all of her friends to come over on MY CELLPHONE! Trust me that looks bad, when they all came (Because of course my sister never consulted with my mom) she blamed me for calling all of her friends. Well I guess my sister didn't know that she wasn't born yesterday (that was the " I'm not stupid pun").After they left my sister was grounded for the weekend.
23: THE RACE BETWEEN TOAD AND DONKEY RETOLD BY ROGER D. ABRAHAMS