The Decision-Making Model
Step 1: Steve has to make a decision that will let him go to the football game with friends that his parents have never seen or stay home and baby-sit his six-year-old brother.
Step 2: 1. Stay Home 2. Go to the football game
Step 3: If Steve went with his friends he would end up getting drunk at the football game and after they would ask him if he wanted to go to their house and they would keep drinking and sooner or later they would start doing drugs.
Step 4: I say that I would stay home and baby sit my brother because I am not trying to get in trouble for something that I already know is bad for my health and the people around me. Another reason why I said that i would stay home is that there is no reason why I would go out with people that I barley know.
Step 5: Steve needs to stay home and he is going to do that because that is the best decision out there. It would make his parents happier and it means that he would be safe even if he did not go to the game to have fun with his so called friends.
Step 6: If he stays home then he would be safe and not putting himself or other people in danger. Also it would make his parents happy that he will be safe with his brother and not going to the football. It would also be safer for him to stay home instead of going out to the football game because they might do drugs and drink alcohol and they might drive which would be a danger to them and to other people.
Step 1: Marie has to pass all of her classes even her science class.
Step 2: She could try out for the basketball team 2. Marie can go to the summer school science camp. 3. Not go to the camp and not try out for the basketball team
Step 3: If she goes to the summer camp she will be able to pass that class and try out for the basketball team. If she does not go to the summer camp she will fail the class and not make the basketball team. If she goes and does not try out for the basketball team then she can focus on the class and not basketball.
Step 4: I would say that I would go to the summer camp just to pass the class and then try out for the team. Another reason why it would be a good idea then she will pass all of her classes and then it would make her happy that she is passing all of her classes and then it would make her happy that she got to try out for the basketball team.
Step 5: Marie needs to go to the camp because that would be a wise decision since she wants to try out for the basketball team. This would make her happy because she would be excited that she would be able to try out for the basketball team and then she would be happy because she would be passing all of her classes.
Step 6: If she did not go to the camp then she would not be able to try out because she will not be passing all of her classes. If she goes to the camp then she will be able to try out for the basketball team and she would be passing all of her classes.