The Truth About LiesIn the textbook, you read about prosocial lies and antisocial lies. Inthe case of prosocial lies, parents and caregivers teach children thevalue of telling “white lies” to avoid hurting the feelings of otherseven as they are teaching children to be truthful. How does thispractice influence the moral development of young children? Are thevalues that are being passed on to children by teaching them to liefor the sake of politeness in opposition to teaching them to behonest? Why or why not? Do you believe that the social norm of telling“white lies” is harmful to society? If so, why? If not, why not?Criteria for journalContentTotal: 1.50Distinguished – Responds with a thorough reflection that is related toall aspects of the journal prompt. Applies professional, personal,relevant prior knowledge, and/or other real-world experiences in amanner that is rich in thought and provides valuable insight into thetopic. Analyzes preconceptions and biases by deconstructing elementsof personal assumptions and synthesizes own awareness using new modesof thinking.Proficient – Responds with a reflection that is related to almost allaspects of the journal prompt. Applies professional, personal, orother real-world experiences in a manner that provides valuableinsight into the topic. Provides a limited analysis of preconceptionsand biases and somewhat synthesizes own awareness using new modes ofthinking.Basic – Responds with a reflection that is related to most aspects ofthe journal prompt. Applies professional, personal, or otherreal-world experiences in a manner that provides limited insight intothe topic but may not be wholly relevant to the journal prompt.Demonstrates self-reflection by identifying preconceptions or biasescompared to new modes of thinking.Below Expectations – Responds with a reflection that is related tosome aspects of the journal prompt. Attempts to apply professional,personal, or other real-world experiences, but their relevance to thejournal prompt is unclear. Self-reflection is vague and/or fails torelate to preconceptions or biases and new modes of thinking.Non-Performance – The journal is either nonexistent or lacks thecomponents described in the assignment instructions.CoherenceTotal: 0.30Distinguished – Effectively communicates ideas or points in a logicaland organized manner. Reflections are sophisticated and formulatewholly appropriate and pertinent connections between the journal topicand relevant prior knowledge.Proficient – Communicates ideas or points in a manner that is mostlylogical and organized. Reflections formulate appropriate connectionsbetween the journal topic and relevant prior knowledge.Basic – Communicates ideas or points in a manner that demonstrates alimited understanding of content organization. Attempts to reflectupon journal topic, but the connections between the journal topic andprior knowledge are vague.Below Expectations – Attempts to communicate ideas or points; however,the content organization is extremely limited. Fails to provide areflection that connects the journal topic to prior knowledge.Non-Performance – The journal is either nonexistent or lacks thecomponents described in the assignment instructions.MechanicsTotal: 0.20Distinguished – Journal contains no errors related to grammar,spelling, and sentence structure.Proficient – Journal contains only a few minor errors related togrammar, spelling, and sentence structure, but they do not distractthe reader from the content.Basic – Journal contains a few errors related to grammar, spelling,and sentence structure, which slightly distract the reader from thecontent.Below Expectations – Journal contains major errors related to grammar,spelling, and sentence structure, which distract the reader from thecontent.Non-Performance – The journal is either nonexistent or lacks thecomponents described in the assignment instructions.