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Content description VCECD007

Ethical Capability / Levels 3 and 4 / Decision Making and Actions
Content description
Explore how apparently wrong actions can sometimes lead to good outcomes and the reverse
  1. using examples to show how an act could lead to good or bad outcomes, or both, such as an act of generosity (for example sharing lunch, helping a friend with homework, providing welfare) or selfishness or greed; or an act of apparent duty (for example keeping a promise or being respectful, or honest)
  2. evaluating the consequences of responses to problems and whether these were intended or foreseeable, for example, playing a prank on someone
  3. researching changes of opinion before, during and after a development in the local community
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