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Republic of the Philippines
Tarlac State University
College of Education
Villa Lucinda Campus, Tarlac City
Budget Plan
Submitted by:
Kyla Mae M. Dela Cruz
Submitted to:
Mrs. Elsie M. Canlas
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Kyla Mae M. Dela Cruz
BSED 3-F1
Personality-the set of emotional, qualities, ways of behaving and etc. that makes a person different from
other people.
Development- the act or process of growing or causing something to grow or become larger or more
advanced.
To social scientists, personality is the sum total of behaviours, attitude, beliefs, and values that are
characteristic of an individual. Our personality traits determine how we are adjust to our environment and
how we react in specific situation.
-No two individuals have the same personality
-Every individual have its own personality
Personality combines a set of physical & mental characteristics that reflect how a person look, thinks, acts
and feels.
Personality Traits and Classifications
-numerous lists of personality characteristics describing an individual behaviour, have been developed,
many of which have been used in OB research. First recent research has examined people using extensive
lists of personality dimensions and distilled them into Big five personal traits”
*Extraversion
*Agreeableness
*Conscientiousness
*Emotional Stability
*Openness to experience
1. Extraversion-they’re sometimes seen as the life of party and enjoy hanging out with people.
Sub Traits
*cheerfulness
*excited
*assertiveness
*friendliness
2. Agreeableness-this manifest itself in an individual’s behaviour that shows kindness, sympathy, warmness
and consideration for others. They are also positive minded. These individuals will enjoy team building
activities.
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Sub Traits
*Sympathy
*Modesty
*Co-operation
*Trust
3. Conscientiousness-this trait describes how an individual controls, regulates and directs their impulses.
They always follow a plan instead of acting on the spur of the moment. This makes them successful in their
endeavours and able to achieve their goals. They are seen as responsible and reliable. Individuals with this
traits will always stay focused on their goals regardless of challenges and obstacles because they believed
they will always succeed if they follow their plan.
Sub Traits
*achievement-driven
*dutifulness
*orderliness
*self-discipline
4. Emotional Stability-it describes an individual ability to stay balanced and stable when faced with tough
challenges. They are usually calm and stable though it does not mean they experience a lot of positive
feelings. They may also find it difficult to think clearly when they are stressed.
Sub Traits
*Anxiety
*Anger
*Depression
*Self-consciousness
*Vulnerability
5. Openness to Experience-this describes the open mindedness of an individual. They tend to be
imaginative and generally open minded about everything. Those with an open minded will also tend to love
the arts and think deeply too.
Sub Traits
*imagination
*adventurous
*emotionality
*artistic interest
Personality and self-concept
-Collectively, the ways I which an individual integrate and organizes the previously discussed categories and
the traits they contain are referred to as
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*Personality dynamics-it is this category that makes personality more than just the sum of the separate
traits. A key personality dynamic in the study of OB is the self-concept.
*Self-concept- we can describe the self-concept as the view individuals have of themselves as physical,
social, and spiritual or moral beings. It is a way of recognizing oneself is greatly influenced by his or her
culture.
2 related crucial aspect of self-concept
1. Self-esteem-is a belief about one’s own worth based on an overall self-evaluation. People high in self-
esteem see them as capable, worth-while, and acceptable and tend to have few doubts about themselves.
2. Self-efficacy-sometimes called the “effectance motive” is a more specific version of self-esteem, it is an
individual belief about the likelihood of successfully completing a specific task.
Determinants of Personality
1. Heredity-refers to the factors that are determined once an individual born. An individual’s physique,
attractiveness, body type, body weight depend on his/her parents biological make-up.
2. Environment-to which an individual is subjected to during his growing years plays an important role
in determining his/her personality.
3. Situation-an individual personality also changes with current circumstances and situation. Individual
would behave in a different way when he has enough savings with him/his behaviour would
automatically change when he is bankrupt.
Personality Development
-defined as a process of developing and enhancing one’s personality.
-helps an individual to gain confidence and high esteem.
-to have a positive impact on one’s communication skills and the way he sees the world.
-individuals tend to develop a positive attitude as a result of personality development.
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Republic of the Philippines Tarlac State University College of Education Villa Lucinda Campus, Tarlac City Budget Plan Submitted by: Kyla Mae M. Dela Cruz Submitted to: Mrs. Elsie M. Canlas Kyla Mae M. Dela Cruz BSED 3-F1 Personality-the set of emotional, qualities, ways of behaving and etc. that makes a person different from other people. Development- the act or process of growing or causing something to grow or become larger or more advanced. To social scientists, personality is the sum total of behaviours, attitude, beliefs, and values that are characteristic of an individual. Our personality traits determine how we are adjust to our environment and how we react in specific situation. -No two individuals have the same personality -Every individual have its own personality Personality combines a set of physical & mental characteristics that reflect how a person look, thinks, acts and feels. Personality Traits and Classifications -numerous lists of personality characteristics describing an individual behaviour, have been developed, many of which have been used in OB research. First recent research has examined people using extensive lists of personality dimensions and distilled them into “Big five personal traits” *Extraversion *Agreeableness *Conscientiousness *Emotional Stability *Openness to experience 1. Extraversion-they’re sometimes seen as the life of party and enjoy hanging out with people. Sub Traits *cheerfulness *excited *assertiveness *friendliness 2. Agreeableness-this manifest itself in an individual’s behaviour that shows kindness, sympathy, warmness and consideration for others. They are also positive minded. These individuals will enjoy team building activities. Sub Traits *Sympathy *Modesty *Co-operation *Trust 3. Conscientiousness-this trait describes how an individual controls, regulates and directs their impulses. They always follow a plan instead of acting on the spur of the moment. This makes them successful in their endeavours and able to achieve their goals. They are seen as responsible and reliable. Individuals with this traits will always stay focused on their goals regardless of challenges and obstacles because they believed they will always succeed if they follow their plan. Sub Traits *achievement-driven *dutifulness *orderliness *self-discipline 4. Emotional Stability-it describes an individual ability to stay balanced and stable when faced with tough challenges. They are usually calm and stable though it does not mean they experience a lot of positive feelings. They may also find it difficult to think clearly when they are stressed. Sub Traits *Anxiety *Anger *Depression *Self-consciousness *Vulnerability 5. Openness to Experience-this describes the open mindedness of an individual. They tend to be imaginative and generally open minded about everything. Those with an open minded will also tend to love the arts and think deeply too. Sub Traits *imagination *adventurous *emotionality *artistic interest Personality and self-concept -Collectively, the ways I which an individual integrate and organizes the previously discussed categories and the traits they contain are referred to as *Personality dynamics-it is this category that makes personality more than just the sum of the separate traits. A key personality dynamic in the study of OB is the self-concept. *Self-concept- we can describe the self-concept as the view individuals have of themselves as physical, social, and spiritual or moral beings. It is a way of recognizing oneself is greatly influenced by his or her culture. 2 related crucial aspect of self-concept 1. Self-esteem-is a belief about one’s own worth based on an overall self-evaluation. People high in selfesteem see them as capable, worth-while, and acceptable and tend to have few doubts about themselves. 2. Self-efficacy-sometimes called the “effectance motive” is a more specific version of self-esteem, it is an individual belief about the likelihood of successfully completing a specific task. Determinants of Personality 1. Heredity-refers to the factors that are determined once an individual born. An individual’s physique, attractiveness, body type, body weight depend on his/her parents biological make-up. 2. Environment-to which an individual is subjected to during his growing years plays an important role in determining his/her personality. 3. Situation-an individual personality also changes with current circumstances and situation. Individual would behave in a different way when he has enough savings with him/his behaviour would automatically change when he is bankrupt. Personality Development -defined as a process of developing and enhancing one’s personality. -helps an individual to gain confidence and high esteem. -to have a positive impact on one’s communication skills and the way he sees the world. -individuals tend to develop a positive attitude as a result of personality development. Name: Description: ...
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