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1 Department of Education State Textbook Adoption Correlations Subject Area: Family & Consumer Sciences Course: Parents and Their Children 2010 ISBN

2 Students take a look at the rewards, responsibilities, and challenges involved in the parenting role. The importance of the decision to become a parent is reinforced in each unit. Topics covered include human reproduction, pregnancy, heredity, medical care, childbirth, caring for a newborn, emotional adjustments, nutrition, discipline, guidance, family characteristics, child care, budgeting, meeting the needs of exceptional children, and providing a nurturing environment for toddlers and preschool children. Balancing work and family responsibilities is a major focus of this course. Appropriate work-based learning strategies appropriate for this course are field trips, job shadowing, and school-based enterprises. Simulations, projects, and teamwork provide opportunities for application of instructional competencies. Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) leadership activities provide the opportunity to apply instructional competencies and workplace readiness skills to authentic experiences. The course is offered only to junior and senior students. Prerequisite Skills: None Table of Contents Family and Consumer Sciences Resources 11 Internet Sites 11 Page 2

3 Strand: Human Development and Family Relationships Standard 1. Analyze human growth and development across the life span. 1. Explain principles of human growth and development. 2. Examine major historical and current human development theories to interpret human development. 3. Examine the basic human needs and patterns that influence individual development. 4. Explain factors that shape human development from preconception through the life cycle , , , , , , , Consider the influences of personality, temperament, and experience on learning and development. 6. Investigate the interrelationship of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development across the life span. Standard 2. Analyze personal and social forces that impact human growth and development across the life span. 1. Investigate the impact of heredity and family on human growth and development. 63, 84, 166 Standard 3. Analyze all aspects of a child s growth and development. 1. Analyze principles of human growth and development. 2. Evaluate major historical and current child development theories and their effects on educational practices. 3. Examine and assess all aspects of a child s growth and development in the following areas: physical, cognitive, language acquisition, social, and emotional. Page 3

4 4. Determine strategies that promote a child s growth and development , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Standard 4. Evaluate the preparation necessary for a healthy emotional and physical beginning for parents and children. 1. Assess biological processes related to prenatal development, birth, and factors that affect the health of the parents and child. 2. Review the emotional factors of prenatal development and birth involving the health of the parents and child , 201, 217, , , , , , , , Standard 5. Evaluate strategies that promote healthy development across the life span. 1. Select nurturing practices that support development across the life span , , 51, 61-68, 72-73, , , Page 4

5 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 413, , , , Assess available support systems that meet human needs. 3. Determine communication principles and patterns that affect human growth and development. Standard 6. Evaluate attributes of respectful and healthy relationships. 1. Determine the processes for building and maintaining respectful and healthy relationships , 39-48, 50-51, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Page 5

6 , 400, , , , , , Review functions and expectations of various types of relationships. 3. Determine factors contributing to healthy and unhealthy relationships. 4. Assess processes for handling healthy and unhealthy relationships. 5. Appraise the impact of life events and conditions on relationships. 6. Assess the effect that various stages of the life span have on relationships , 44-48, Standard 7. Analyze personal needs and characteristics which influence relationships. 1. Examine personal, physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and creative characteristics which influence relationships , 27-28, 39-48, 50-51, 61-67, 73, 90-95, , Standard 8. Demonstrate the capacity to sympathize with others based on multiple perspectives, needs, and characteristics that may affect personal and family relationships. 1. Demonstrate the impact of empathy on relationships. 140, , Standard 9. Demonstrate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. 1. Examine communication styles and their effects on relationships. 90, 92-95, , 111, , 124, Page 6

7 Standard 15. Examine the significance of the family. 1. Analyze the development of families in this culture and others. 24, 42-43, 50-51, 112, , Analyze the impacts of social, economic, and technological forces on the family. 3. Describe the roles of family in teaching culture to family members. 4. Describe the roles of family in instilling societal skills of communication, education, and role expectations , 50-51, , 163, , 385, , , 407, , , 438, 443, , Standard 16. Analyze family development and change across time and cultures. 1. Describe family formation , 50-51, , , Describe major family responsibilities including care giving, child rearing, social, legal, education, economic, leisure, security, and spirituality. 3. Compare ways in which family members are dependent, interdependent, and independent. 4. Examine commitment and interdependence among family members. 5. Analyze the family as a system and its effects on individual family members within the family unit. 6. Examine how knowledge of family systems contributes to family well-being. 7. Examine the potential impact of a change in family membership , , Page 7

8 Standard 19. Analyze roles and responsibilities of parenthood. 1. Explain the role of parenting Explain how opinions and attitudes about childhood affect beliefs and actions in parenting , Compare expectations and responsibilities of parenthood , 27-28, 53-61, Examine consequences of parenting practices to the individual, family, and society. 48, , Examine cultural differences in roles and responsibilities of parenthood , 51 Standard 20. Analyze societal conditions that impact parenting. 133, , Analyze the impact of personal, family, and social development on parenthood Examine society s influence on the behaviors and emotional patterns of caregivers and family 48, , 519- members Explore the impact of changing economic conditions on parenting practices , 66-67, Standard 21. Analyze parenting skills and practices needed to support physical, economical, social, intellectual, and emotional well-being throughout the life span 1. Examine the interrelationships of parents and other family members and analyze their effect on 79-81, others. 2. Determine the role of nurturance in supporting the development of family members. 85, 110, , , , , Examine communication strategies which promote positive self-esteem in family members , , 136 Page 8

9 Standard 22. Analyze public policies, agencies, and services that impact parenting. 1. Investigate community resources and services available for protection, health, education, and wellness needs of family members. 2. Investigate community agencies and services that provide opportunities to learn parenting skills. Standard 23. Demonstrate a safe and healthy learning environment. 1. Demonstrate security and emergency procedures. 2. Carry out safe and healthy practices that comply with state regulations to include, but not limited to, first aid and CPR, universal precautions, food handling, tuberculosis prevention, sanitation, and child s health status. 3. Implement strategies to teach children healthy habits , 370, , , Prepare nutritious meals and snacks Identify symptoms of child abuse and neglect, and use appropriate procedures to report , 519- suspected abuse or neglect to the designated authorities Implement basic health practices and prevention procedures regarding childhood illnesses and , 562- communicable diseases , , 508, 514, , , , 133 Standard 24. Apply developmentally appropriate practices to the care of children. 1. Identify developmental milestones of a child s growth and development. 2. Apply a variety of assessment methods to observe and interpret children s behavior. 3. Identify the special needs of exceptional children , Page 9

10 Standard 28. Demonstrate the interrelationship of family, community, and career roles and responsibilities for individual. 1. Examine the relationship of social, economic, and technological changes to work and family dynamics. 2. Examine life roles and responsibilities in relation to self, family, and the community. 3. Design strategies to manage time, finances, conflict, opportunity, and stress as they affect the individual and family at home, at work, and in the community. 4. Examine family support systems and community resources , , 133, 136 Standard 32. Synthesize community networking opportunities in family and community services. 1. Identify local, state, and national agencies and informal support resources providing human services to individual and families. Standard 37. Demonstrate effective communication skills that enhance collaborative working relationships. 1. Demonstrate clear and logical written, verbal, and non-verbal communication , Demonstrate positive interpersonal skills to resolve conflict, negotiate, work as a team, and provide leadership. 3. Use accepted career/service terminology and technical information Standard 38. Demonstrate transferable employability skills in relation to individual, family, community, and career roles. 1. Demonstrate job-seeking skills Apply communication skills in family, community, and career settings. 270, Demonstrate work ethics and professionalism Maintain safe and healthy family, community, and workplace environments Demonstrate teams skills needed in the family, community, and workplace , Page 10

11 6. Demonstrate technological literacy, as applied in family, community, and workplace 12, 76, 158, 270, environments. 468, , Apply the economics of work to individual, family, and community needs. 59, 107, , , , Relate essential living skills to employability skills for individuals Practice appropriate personal hygiene and dress requirements needed in various workplaces , 592 Standard 39. Demonstrate professional practices and standards when working with children and families. 1. Participate in continuing training and educational opportunities. 2. Apply professional ethical standards accepted by the recognized professional organizations. 3. Implement federal, state, and local standards, policies, regulations, and laws that impact 4. children, families, and programs. Demonstrate employability skills , Standard 40. Evaluate career paths within early childhood, family, community, and educational services. 1. Assess the importance of early childhood, family, community, and education services in the , 592 United States and the world. 2. Research the roles and functions of individuals engaged in early childhood, family, community, 158, 270, 468, and educational services careers , Assess employment opportunities and preparation requirements Review education and training requirements for different levels of employment Assess the impact of early childhood, family, community, and educational service occupations 6. on the local, state, national, and global economies. Research entrepreneurial opportunities related to these careers. 571, 593 Page 11

12 7. Assess how interests, education, personal priorities, and family responsibilities affect career choices in these areas Page 12

13 Unit One (The student will be able to...) 1. Summarize parenting roles and responsibilities. 2. Interpret the meaning and responsibilities of parenthood across the life span. 3. Recognize the role and responsibilities of parenthood in family functioning. 4. Compare and contrast parenthood roles and responsibilities in various family structures. 5. Discuss various approaches to parenting. 6. Explain how parenting is affected by society and other outside influences. 7. Compare and contrast different parenting styles. 8. Form ideas about your parenting philosophy. 9. Distinguish between myths and realities of parenthood. Unit Two 1. Determine the importance of readiness for parenthood. a. Investigate how finances and budgeting affect readiness. b. Summarize and apply the steps of the decision-making process. 2. Compare family planning methods. 3. Suggest sources of education for parents. 4. Explain the processes of human reproduction. 5. Describe alternate ways to become a parent. 6. Research the costs of having a child. 7. Discuss aspects of a healthy pregnancy. 8. Describe physical changes during pregnancy. a. Recommend activities and care for a healthy pregnancy. b. Plan a nutritionally adequate diet for a healthy mother and fetus. c. Outline the stages of prenatal development. 9. Investigate options for childbirth. 10. Explain the father s role during pregnancy. 11. Prepare for the individual and family adjustments to parenthood or additional children in the family. 12. Examine roles, responsibilities, and concerns of teen parents. 13. Examine roles, responsibilities, and concerns of single parents. Page 13

14 Unit Three 1. Explain parenting responsibilities in caring for an infant. a. Select clothing, equipment, and supplies needed for an infant. b. Discuss needs of an infant associated with feeding and medical care. 2. Describe ways parents should meet the physical needs of children. a. Compare different stages of childhood. b. Demonstrate ways to promote good nutrition and developmentally appropriate activities. 3. Discuss ways parents meet health and safety needs of children. 4. Evaluate ways parents meet emotional needs of children. 5. Assess ways parents meet the intellectual needs of children. 6. Promote appropriate methods for nurturing a child s development. 7. Promote appropriate methods of guiding children. Unit Four 1. Analyze strategies for managing parenting concerns. 2. Determine ways parents can assist children in dealing with stress and family crisis. 3. Explain the importance of the parent-child relationship. a. Describe factors that promote a positive parent-child relationship. b. Examine communication techniques for positive parent-child relationships. 4. Discuss the impact of technology on parenting. 5. Utilize technology to enhance parenting skills. 6. Explain ways to meet the needs of exceptional children. 7. Outline the characteristics of a desirable child care provider. 8. Discuss parental involvement in the school experience. 9. Explain parenting leave. 10. Identity and explain factors to consider when selecting medical care. 11. Analyze the forms of child abuse and neglect. 12. Outline steps to combat child abuse and neglect. 13. Compare agencies, services, resources, and support systems available to meet the needs of parents and children. Unit Five 1. Utilize activities of the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) student organization as an integral component of course content and leadership development. 2. Analyze career options relating to parents and children. 3. Apply employability skills in career development opportunities. Page 14

15 Resources Brisbane, S. (2000). The Developing Child. New York, NY: Glencoe McGraw-Hill. Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America. (2001). Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Chapter Handbook. Reston, VA: Author. Hildebrand, V. (2000). Parenting Rewards and Responsibilities. New York, NY: Glencoe McGraw-Hill. Department of Education. (1998). Family and Consumer Sciences Content Standards: Curriculum Framework. Baton Rouge, LA: Author. Nurturing Brain Development. (2003). New York, NY: Glencoe McGraw-Hill. Internet Sites American Association for Family and Consumer Sciences. Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America, Inc. Books and Beyond Educational Programs and Services. Child Development Institute. Home and Family Online Resource. Indiana State Department of Education. Parents Magazine. The Parenting Group. Page 15

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