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It's for Real Workplace Ethics

It's For Real Workplace Ethics

It's for Real Workplace Ethics answers your need for motivating, strong ethics materials. With stories, applied activities, end-of-lesson assessments, and scores, this program answers your need for a comprehensive work ethics curriculum. It's for Real Workplace Ethics comes in four series of 16 lessons each on topics such as honesty, integrity, responsibility, confidentiality, fairness, attitude and many others.

It's for Real Workplace Ethics follows five teenage friends who encounter ethical dilemmas in their part-time jobs. Your students are asked what they would do in the same situation. Each lesson addresses a different ethics topic that requires problem solving.

The Teacher’s Desktop allows multiple student rosters, pre- and post-test capability, required and optional lessons, minimum score setting, scores by student and class, editing of student information, and easy navigation.

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Highlights of It's for Real Workplace Ethics
    The short story in every lesson explains an ethical dilemma encountered by one of the five young part-time employees.
    "What the Boss Will Think" describes what a boss might think about each ethical situation.
    A question-and-answer column provides recommendations about ethical concerns related to specific topics.
    Three activities challenge students to apply what they have learned about workplace ethics.
    An advice column answers questions about ethics.
    A cartoon provides a whimsical approach to work ethics issues.
    A writing blog requires students to organize and write their thoughts.