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… “Let’s go for lunch after school,” Mary asked Jane. Jane considered her plans for the day - she had a fair amount of work due soon, and she still hadn't finished all of them yet. (a) Go out with Mary (b) Decline
(i) “I’m sorry, I have work to do.” (ii) “Find somebody else, I’m too busy!”
(i) "Oh, it's alright, I guess I'll look for other friends. Don't worry about it and good luck finishing your work!" Mary replied, patting Jane on her back. (ii) Mary stunned for a second, hurt by the sudden aggression. "Fine, I'll go with others since you don't seem to have time for me."
Rationale (teacher) : Due to her busy schedule, in here Jane needs to consider her priorities - whether or not she is able to, instead of whether or not she wants to spend time out. Occasionally it is beneficial to go with what you want, but it is really occasionally, as a break and should not be common.
Elaboration (teacher) : Jane's workload would definitely affect her feelings and attitude. How she acts due to this and how she treats people despite these feelings impact her relationships with the people around her. Rationale (teacher) : One must be able to control feelings especially when dealing with people that are not the cause of the problems. It is important to remember that they did nothing wrong, and have no reason to be treated badly.
Elaboration (teacher) : This is how a change in attitude can affect the emotions of other people, and subsequently their reactions. In whatever we say and do, we should spare a thought for others regardless of our own emotions and feelings. Our feelings are indeed important, and I'm not saying that we should ignore them, but we should not bring our feelings over to how we treat others.
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