j'ai pris la question à mes devoirs!! Êtes-vous déjà allé(e) dans un pays francophone ? Si oui lequel? Dans quels pays francophones aimeriez-vous aller ? Pourquoi ?
Oui, je suis déjà allée dans un pays francophone. Je suis allée en France et Haïti mais peut-être l'Haïtian ne compte pas ainsi un pays francophone. Ma famille et moi, nous sommes allés au port-au-prince... je ne sais pas pourquoi parce que nous voyagions au republic dominicain. Je ne souviens beaucoup quand nous étions en Haïti. quand on est allé en France, nous sommes allés au St. Tropez avec les amis de la famille. nous voyageons avec eux beaucoup et quand ils y ont acheté une villa c'était naturel pour nous y invitons à voir. J'adore le St. Tropez, et ce serait mieux si je déjà vais bientôt.
Explain Kohlberg's Levels of Moral Development.
There are three levels of moral development that Kohlberg believes that most people go through; however, there are cases where even grown adults stay within the first level of morality. Level 1: Pre-conventional morality. Before one really can make moral decisions by oneself, one usually gets a sense of morality by outside influences. For example, a child who is in the first level of morality would just think, "that's bad, because I got punished," essentially conditioning him or herself to know that is good and bad based on the outcomes and effects of that specific behaviour. Level 2: Conventional morality. Most people stay in this level of morality. Most adolescents and adults are in the second stage of moral development, where authority tends to take over. People in this stage usually would think, "I shouldn't do this because it's against the law, and everyone will be better off if I don't do this." Though vague, that essentially sums up the reasoning behind those in this level of morality, and explains the need for acceptance and conformity in such a situation (keep up with social norms). Level 3: Post-conventional morality The people who do go on to the third and final level of morality that Kohlberg found, judge the morality of a situation based on self-chosen principles and reason based on basic human rights and justice. People in this stage create ethical principles for themselves to make moral decisions. Something that one may think in this level could be, "this is against the law, but it's better for everyone and the greater good if I do this." Though there are many problems and flaws that have arisen about these stages, it is a widely known psychological theory that is necessary to know.
What was the point of "Common Sense" by Thomas Paine? What influenced him to write it?
In 1776, Thomas Paine was encouraged by the Second Continental Congress to write and publish "Common Sense," a pamphlet that essentially made the colonists start thinking about their need for independence. He basically laid out the absurdities of Britain's control over the colonists, and explained why it's necessary to become an independent America instead of living under British rule.