Joe didn't want to give up going to camp, so he thinks of refusing to give his father the money.
She bought a ticket and told her mother that she had only been able to save five dollars.
That Saturday she went to the performance and told her mother that she was spending the day with a friend. Judy then told her older sister, Louise, that she had gone to the performance and had lied to her mother about it.
Some examples of Kohlberg dilemmas presented to students at Haverford include the following: Joe is a fourteen-year-old boy who wanted to go to camp very much.
His father promised him he could go if he saved up the money for it himself.
In a short time high tide will be upon them, and unless she is unstuck, they will all be drowned except the woman, whose head is out of the cave.
Fortunately, (or unfortunately,) someone has with him a stick of dynamite.
But then her mother changed her mind and told Judy that she had to spend the money on new clothes for school.
Judy was disappointed and decided to go to the concert anyway.
The community is excited too, and everyone is making plans to attend the big event next Saturday night.