Leadership

Leadership

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  • Title
  • AccountabilityBySummer Brown
  • Accountability Definition
  • AccountabilityAccountability is when you made a mistake or did a wrongdoing. Then after realizing or learning that you where in the wrong you fix that mistake. You take the consequence and try to write the wrong you did.
  • Scene 1
  • Why is your room not cleaned?
  • I didn't feel like cleaning. I'll get it done right now.
  • Using Storyboard to show cartoon characters taking accountability for their actions.
  • Scene 2
  • Did you do your homework Anna?If you didn't do your homework, then I can't let you come with us to the pizza celebration.
  • My definition of accountability, and what happens after.
  • Scene 1 Explained
  • In this scene a young girl didn't clean her room when asked by her mother. So her mom gets upset and she has to take accountability for her action of not cleaning her room.
  • Scene 2 Explained
  • Scene 2 In scene 2 the young girl is shown to not have done her homework. This is important because it shows that if you don't go your work you will not be rewarded. Anna takes accountability for not doing her homework. Her consequence is that she doesn't get to go to the pizza celebration.
  • Anna didn't do her homework, so she can't go to the pizza celebration at her school. She takes accountability for her actions and suffer the consequence of her actions.
  • No, I was busy last night, so I couldn't do it.I understand, I will stay inside and do it.
  • An explanation as to why scene 1 is important to the value accountability.
  • Scene 1 is important because it show a young girl getting in trouble for not cleaning her room. In the scenario she tells her mother she will clean it up. This show accountability; the little girl is taking accountability for not cleaning her room.
  • An explanation as to why scene 2 is important to the value accountability.
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