Discuss any five ways by which the falling moral standards of the youth can be minimised
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Honesty, Hard Work, Respect for Others, Co-operation, Compassion, Forgiveness
showing kindness to the youth
Explanation: being considerate and treating them well
Eei please are you a Ghanaian
1) Teaching them to know the good from home:
Parents have a huge responsibility to internalize some characteristics in their kids...
2) Showing them good examples and rewarding virtues
"Words teach, but examples capture." is an important Proverb...parents should show and reward good deeds done by the kids.
3) People and society must recognize God.
The existence of God does not depend on one's belief and that a man's life has a purpose and does not end on earth (heaven)
4) Good leadership in schools
Good leadership begets good followership...
5) Enthronement of meritocracy in society
Governments at all levels should ensure that they reward merit and excellence.
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Five Ways to minimize falling moral standards of Ghanaian youths:
1. Teaching them to know the good from home: Parents have a huge responsibility to internalize some traits in their children so that "when they grow up they will not depart from it."
2. Showing them good examples and rewarding virtues: It is one thing to teach. But, a Latin adage says, "Verba docent examplatrahunt," meaning that "Words teach, but examples capture." To capture them young, parents should show and reward virtues. Society should also encourage virtues and not vices. Acts of virtue should be promoted, while vices should be discouraged and when necessary punished.
3. Good leadership in schools: Many youths learn from and in school while interacting with teachers, fellow students, and others. Some teachers are known to exploit their students by initiating illicit sex with them. Many others exchange sex for marks. This shows the type of examples, students are being taught in the schools. Good leadership begets good followership. It is the responsibility of school authorities to inculcate discipline and learning in their students. Where they decide to sow seeds of examination malpractices, cultism, drug abuse, sexual misconduct, and dishonesty, it is the society that reaps the fruits of moral decadence.
4. Enthronement of meritocracy in society: Any society that decides to reward poor performance is actually digging its grave. Governments at all levels should ensure that they reward merit and excellence. Jobs and contracts should not be reserved for persons based on political and social patronage. The eyes of Miss Justice should remain closed. If it is opened, there will be bias.
5. People and society must recognize God. The existence of God does not depend on one's belief. God shows that a higher being is in charge of the affairs of men in the world. God shows that a man's life has a purpose and does not end on earth. There is the after-life. It is this divine recognition that will make people aware that for everything done here on earth, there will be a day of reckoning when our good and bad conducts will be judged.
Moral standards are the norms by which people judge actions which we believe to be morally acceptable or morally unacceptable. Moral standards deal with issues which can either seriously harm or seriously benefit human beings and the wider environment. Good moral standards are called virtues while bad moral standards are known as vices.
Some of the virtues which parents can teach their children, according to Kathy Slattengren, M. Ed., Priceless Parenting, are:
"Acceptance: welcoming others whose ideas and practices differ from your own
Compassion: understanding the suffering of others or self and wanting to do something about it
Cooperation: helping your family and friends, returning favors
Courage: willingness to do difficult things
Equality: believing everyone deserves equal rights and to be treated with respect
Fairness: acting in a just way, sharing appropriately
Generosity: willingness to give resources, help or time to others
Gratitude: showing appreciation to others, letting loved ones know what you appreciate about them
Honesty: being truthful and sincere
Integrity: sticking to your moral and ethical principles and values
Kindness: being considerate and treating others well
Perseverance: persisting in a course of action, belief or purpose
Politeness: using good manners, acting in socially acceptable ways
Respect: showing consideration for the worth of someone or something
Responsibility: being reliable in your obligations
Self-control: staying in control of your words and behavior
Tolerance: having a fair and objective attitude towards different opinions, beliefs or practices
Trustworthy: reliably doing what is right even when it is difficult, being true to your word."
Vice of the vices that Ghanaian youths should avoid are examination malpractices, cultism, drug abuse, sexual misconduct, and dishonesty.
1. Home schooling them to keep them away from the bad eggs' influence.
2. Raising them in godly atmosphere, to checkmate their insatiable desires.
3. Aligning the constitution with strict disciplinary measures from parents, so they can raise their young ones right.
4. Censoring what information they're exposed to from media outlets like Tvs, Internet, smartphones and radio streams.
5. Parents should as well be home-earners so to be there for their vulnerable gullible youths at home.
Civic education can help Ghanaian youth .. civic education simply means all the processes that affect people's beliefs, commitment, capability and action.. that means civic education can help the Ghanaian youth alot
1. Encourage them and learn the value from residence: families have an immense duty to rationalize those characteristics in their kids so that "once they reach adulthood they won't leave."
2. Displaying them great examples, and gratifying virtues: Teaching is one possible option. Social system, too, should promote qualities and just not addictions. Virtuous acts must be encouraged, while vices should be prevented, and disciplined when appropriate.
3. Strong school governance: Many young people learn from but in school when engaging with educators, class mates as well as others. Many schools tend to manipulate their children to make them pursue illegal activities.
4. Meritocracy enthronement in culture: Every culture that wants to reward bad performance ultimately digs its grave. National governments should make sure quality and competence are rewarded.
5. Individuals must realize God, and civilization must. God's presence isn't based on someone's faith. God reveals that even a higher power is responsible for the earthly affairs of people. God reveals the life of a man has a meaning, and it does not stop on planet.
most youth must be educated with there moral virtue
(1).Making religious studies compulsory for students at all levels in schools
(2).The role Government should be limited concerning religions.
(3). Home training.
(4).guidance and counselling session.
(5). Media regulations.
Today, the moral standards of youths is gradually reducing in the whole world today and not only in Ghana alone.
Although many people argued that morality is not declining but only developing because In most African nations, morality is actually based on the ways of life the ancient or how the forefathers has lived their own various lives, and once people or youths are not following these steps it means that the morality is decreasing. But, to be candid and if we are not going to lie to ourselves, morality is decreasing in Ghana.
Therefore, in order to minimize the falling moral standards of Ghanaian youths, the following can be done;
(1). Making religious studies compulsory for students at all levels in schools: teachers are the students mentors, so values should be passed from the teachers to the students.
(2). The role Government should be limited concerning religions : Schools should be giving back to missionaries. Also, good policies should be enacted by Government to promote morality and values
(3). Good Home training: the home is an important part of the society and to be candid it is the most essentially part of the society. Parents should train their children and pass good values to them.
(4). Efficient guidance and counselling session should be provided in schools and religious institutions.
(5). The media should be regulated property. Contents on the media whether Televisions or Social Media should be properly scrutinized before being allowed to be able to be viewed by youths/ viewers.