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  • 2.1 Perceive and empathize
    • 2.1 Perceive and empathize
    • reflect their perception of phenomena, facts and ethically relevant situations
    • Compare their perception with that of others, taking into account and highlighting prejudices, habits and influences (e.g. personal, social, cultural, religious, ethnic, media)
    • Recognize and describe your own needs, interests and feelings and those of others
    • through a change of perspective and mutual exchange, record and name possible feelings and perspectives of those involved or affected
    • Name and differentiate phenomena, situations or facts and the underlying values ​​and norms
    • identify ethical issues or problems in situations, events or actions
    • Consider and describe situations and facts from different perspectives
    • Describe the effects of one's own actions and judgments taking into account different perspectives
  • 2.2 Analyze and interpret
    • 2.2 Analyze and interpret
    • Access information from various sources as food for thought for the interpretation of ethically relevant facts
    • Explain, delimit and define central ethical terms
    • Present and explain an opinion on ethical and moral issues, questions and problems
    • Clarify your own prior understanding of ethical and moral issues, questions and problems and compare them with life situations and attitudes of others
    • Show and compare basic conditions from different perspectives (e.g. age, physical or psychological characteristics, gender, sexual identity or orientation, religion, origin, experience, culture)
    • Identify those involved and affected in ethically relevant situations and explain their importance
    • Explain the interests of those involved and affected, the underlying values ​​and possible value conflicts
    • Developing and classifying arguments, for example from texts of moral philosophy, for the interpretation of ethical and moral issues
    • Examine and problematize ethical and moral issues from various perspectives and questions
    • draw independent conclusions from the ethical and moral content of newly acquired knowledge.
  • 2.3 Argue and reflect
    • 2.3 Argue and reflect
    • Comment on ethically relevant topics, questions and problems and present a position argumentatively
    • Establish a point of view and represent it with reference to moral rules and ethical principles
    • Check the conclusiveness and structure of ethical arguments or ethical decision-making processes and apply them in the argument
    • relate and weight various arguments in the ethical debate
    • Discuss values ​​and norms in relation to ethical questions and problems
    • critically examine and discuss the validity claims of guiding principles and rules with regard to ethical questions and problems
    • Take a position in communicative-argumentative contexts (e.g. role plays, scenarios, case studies, discussions) and jointly design and represent new approaches to solutions
  • 2.4 Assess and decide
    • 2.4 Assess and decide
    • Work out different positions (for example in a situation, fact, and interest analysis) and evaluate them comparatively
    • Weigh up and evaluate various reasons (e.g. authority, religion, tradition, convention, moral philosophy)
    • Compare ethical principles and moral rules in questions and problems, weigh them up and make well-founded decisions
    • Develop your own well-founded standpoints and incorporate moral-philosophical justification approaches
    • Critical-argumentative review of action and solution approaches with regard to feasibility, their basis of norms and values ​​and consequences (for example in thought experiments, ethical dilemmas) and evaluate
    • Design your own options for action, evaluate them with regard to consequences and feasibility and critically examine the role of reason and feeling in decision-making