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      Comprehensive Introductory-level Work and Family Studies
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      Education, Early Childhood Education, and Human Services-Level 1
      Education, Early Childhood Education & Human Services-Level 2
      Education, Early Childhood Education & Human Services-Level 3
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      Fashion, Textiles, and Interiors Production and Services-Level 2
      Fashion, Textiles, and Interiors Production and Services-Level 3
      Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management-Level 1
      Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management-Level 2
      Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management-Level 3

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Grade 9  
Family and Consumer Sciences, Approved 2005  
0    Process Skills
DescriptionLesson Plans Thinkfinity Resources
0 Integrate multiple life roles and responsibilities and demonstrate respectful and caring relationships in the family, work, and community.
   0.0.1 Apply reading and writing, math and science skills in personal, professional, and community situations. Assessed Indicator Writes effectively for a variety of audiences, purposes, and contexts. (narrative, expository, technical, persuasive) (W1.4 ) Assessed Indicator Comprehends a variety of texts. (narrative, expository, technical, persuasive) (R1.4 ) Assessed Indicator Determine the meaning of words of phrases using context clues from sentences of paragraphs. (R1.3.1 ) Assessed Indicator Understands the purpose of text features and uses such features to locate information in and to gain meaning from appropriate-level texts. (R1.4.2 ) Assessed Indicator Uses information from the text to make inferences and draw conclusions. (R1.4.5 ) Assessed Indicator Adjusts original rational number estimate of a real-world problem based on additional information. (a frame of reference) (M1.3.A1 ) ($) Assessed Indicator Generates and/or solves multi-step real-world problems with real numbers and algebraic expressions using computational procedures and mathematical concepts. (M1.4.A1a,b,d ) ($) Assessed Indicator Uses data analysis in real-world problems with rational number data sets to compare and contrast two sets of data, to make accurate inferences and predictions, to analyze decisions, and to develop convincing arguments from data displays. (M4.2.A1 ) ($) Research, apply, and evaluate information to accomplish tasks. (CCK&S)
   0.0.2 Demonstrate appropriate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. (*13.3.) (21st) Use appropriate communication strategies for most effective outcome. (*13.3.1) (CCK&S) (21st) Use listening and writing skills appropriately to communicate clearly. (*13.3.2) (*13.3.3) (CCK&S) (21st) Apply and/or interpret nonverbal communication to fully understand meaning. (CCK&S) Communicate respectfully and effectively with people of different cultures and diverse perspectives. (*13.3.5) (CCK&S) (21st)
   0.0.3 Apply thinking and problem-solving processes to personal, professional and community issues. (21st) Clarify personal and family issues. Identify adequate, reliable information, and resources for personal and family problem solving. (CCK&S) Critique alternative methods of solving problems and accomplishing tasks. (CCK&S) Evaluate potential consequences of alternative choices. (CCK&S) Use criteria and standards to make ethical decisions. (21st) Implement an action plan. Evaluate outcomes to measure progress. (CCK&S)
   0.0.4 Use technology to access, manage, integrate, and create information. (CCK&S) Use a variety of communication technologies to locate information and manage records for family, work, and community settings. (*13.3.6) (CCK&S) (21st) Use technology to analyze, manipulate, and interpret information. (CCK&S) (21st) Identify adequate, reliable information, and resources. (CCK&S)
   0.0.5 Evaluate potential hazardous situations to defuse them and determine intervention strategies. (CCK&S) Manage the physical and social environment to reduce conflict and promote safety in family, workplace, and community. (CCK&S) (21st) Practice safety techniques to create a safe environment. (CCK&S) Understand how to document and report emergency/crisis situations and outcomes to the appropriate authorities. (CCK&S) Assessed Indicator Follow regulations, organizational policies, and procedures to assure a safe and healthy environment. (CCK&S) (GovB1i2 A)
   0.0.6 Demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the family, workplace, and community. (*13.5) (21st) Examine the FCCLA organization and its relationship to the family and consumer sciences curriculum. Recognize and model positive leadership and teamwork behaviors to inspire others. (CCK&S) (21st) (H-G) Assessed Indicator identify ways to be a responsible citizen in families, career, and communities. (GovB2i2 K) Recognize diverse abilities of team members. (21st) Apply leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills in authentic experiences. (21st) (H-G) Demonstrate ethical behavior in personal, workplace, and community context. (21st)
   0.0.7 Analyze strategies to manage the multiple individual, family, career, and/or community roles and responsibilities. (*1.1) (CCK&S) (21st) Analyze ways that individual career goals can impact the family's capacity to meet goals for all family members. (*1.1.3) (CCK&S) ($) Analyze the potential impact of career path decisions on balancing work and family. (*1.1.4) ($) Develop a life plan for achieving individual, family and/or career goals. (*1.1.6) (CCK&S) (21st) Determine skills and knowledge needed for a life plan. (21st) Demonstrate processes for cooperating, compromising, and collaborating to achieve goals. (*13.5.7) (21st)

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