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I have an assigment i need done for tonight.

I have an assigment i need done for tonight.
Purpose: The purpose of this activity is to give you hands-on experience in applying character development strategies in a sport or physical activity context through the practice of solving moral dilemmas. Background: A reminder… Egocentric = ‘an eye for an eye’ mentality; individual concern for self Golden Rule = follow the rules; ‘do unto others as you would have them do unto you’ Social Welfare = consider the consequences for everyone involved Write Up: Read through each of the following dilemmas and answer the questions in narrative form. Dilemma 1 (Question 1) – for this dilemma, consider the articles and perspectives of the resources posted! Look at the resources before answering the questions! In 1998, Nykesha Sales, a member of the UCONN women’s basketball team was on course to break her school’s scoring record. One point away from the record in her senior year, Sales incurred a season-ending injury forcing her to miss the last game of her college career. Her coach and the coach of the opposing team for the final game mutually agreed to allow Nykesha to make an uncontested lay-up at the beginning of the game, followed by the opponents being allowed to do the same. Thus, the game would start even at 2-2 and Nykesha would have the UCONN scoring record. § Was this action the right thing to do?§ What level of moral reasoning does this demonstrate?§ Was it a decision that was best of all involved?§ What about for women’s collegiate basketball?§ Does it threaten the integrity of the sport?§ Who are all of the different parties involved?§ What options did the current record holder have when asked by the coach if she would mind? Dilemma 2 (Question 2): You are at your son’s (nephew’s, cousin’s, etc.) 12 and under national youth volleyball tournament and you have just discovered that one of his teammates is 13 years old and therefore, in violation of the age requirement. Your son’s team is in the championship game this upcoming weekend and losing this player could cost them the game. § What do you do? Why? § What level of moral reasoning does this decision/action reflect? Why? § How would you respond to the situation if you were operating at each of the other 2 levels of moral reasoning? § Would your decision change if the player in violation of the age requirement was on the opposing team? Why or why not? § If your decision changed, what level of moral reasoning does it now reflect? Dilemma 3 (Question 3): You are currently running the “Boilermaker Marathon” when, at mile 14, you notice another runner enter the course just ahead of you. This runner has clearly cut through the course to gain an advantage. The runner looks back after cutting in and notices that you saw what he/she did. The race continues and you end up in 9th place while the runner who cut in front of you gets 3rd place along with significant prize money. The other runner knows that you are the only one that saw what happened and offers you half of the prize money if you keep quiet. §  What do you do? Why? §  What level of moral reasoning does this decision/action reflect? Why? §  How would you respond to the situation if you were operating at each of the other 2 levels of moral reasoning? §  Would your decision change if you were the runner who cut through the course? Why or why not? §  If your decision changed, what level of moral reasoning does it now reflect? Answer the following question in essay form. Your response should be between 1⁄2 and 1 page (single spaced). Over the past several years, there has been an increase in the amount of vandalism displayed in schools in your community. In response to this rise in malicious behaviors, the local school corporation has decided to develop an after-school program designed to give students something productive to do with their free time after school. This program will be held at select schools within the corporation where students will have the opportunity to participate in a number of different sports and physical activities. You a have been hired as the director of the program. You want a program that doesn’t just fill up time for these kids, but one that teaches behaviors that will transfer into less vandalism and more community consideration outside of the program. How will you structure the program to ensure that the students in the after school program learn prosocial behaviors that may transfer to other areas of their life?

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