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      Process Skills
      Career and Life Planning
      Resource Management
      Nutrition and Wellness
      Balancing Career and Family
      Parenting
      Comprehensive Introductory-level Work and Family Studies
      Food Science
      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
      Fashion, Textiles, and Interiors Production and Services-Level 1
      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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      History, Government, Economics, and Geography, Approved 2005
      Mathematics, Approved 2003
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      Science, Approved 2007
      Writing, Approved 2004
      Additional Content Areas
Grade 9  
Family and Consumer Sciences, Approved 2005  
5i    Comprehensive Introductory-level Work and Family Studies
     
  
Standard
   Benchmark
      Indicator
DescriptionLesson Plans Thinkfinity Resources
5i Discover the skills, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors necessary to be successful in families, careers, and communities in today's ever-changing society.
   5i.1.1 Demonstrate transferable and employability skills in community and workplace settings. (*1.2) (FCCLA Power of One)
      5i.1.1.1 Examine potential career choices to determine the knowledge, skills, and attitudes associated with each. (*1.2.1)
      5i.1.1.2 Demonstrate job seeking and job keeping skills through strong work ethics and professionalism. (*1.2.2 & *1.2.8)
      5i.1.1.3 Demonstrate communication skills and teamwork skills in community and workplace settings. (*1.2.3 & *1.2.4)
      5i.1.1.5 Examine factors that contribute to maintaining safe and healthy work, and community environments. (*1.2.7)
   5i.2.1 Demonstrate management and planning skills and processes to organize tasks and responsibilities. (*2.1)
      5i.2.1.1 Apply management and planning skills and processes to organize tasks and responsibilities. (*2.1.1)
      5i.2.1.2 Examine how individuals and families make choices to satisfy needs and wants. (*2.1.2) (FCCLA Power of One)
      5i.2.1.3 Evaluate community resources and services available to individuals and families.
   5i.2.2 Analyze the relationship of the environment to family and consumer resources. (*2.2)
      5i.2.2.1 Determine individual and family responsibility in relation to the environmental trends, issues, and affects on future generations. (*2.2.1) (H-G)
      5i.2.2.2 Assessed Indicator Examine behaviors that conserve, reuse, and recycle resources to maintain the environment. (*2.2.3) (FCCLA Community Service) (G5.2 A)
   5i.2.3 Demonstrate management of financial resources to meet the goals of individuals and families across the life span. (1.3) (*2.6) ($) (EB5i3 K)
      5i.2.3.1 Examine the need for personal and family financial planning. (1.3.1) (*2.6.1) (FCCLA Financial Fitness) ($) (21st) (H-G)
      5i.2.3.2 Apply management principles to individual and family financial practices. (1.3.2) (*2.6.2) ($) (21st)
   5i.2.5 Analyze interrelationships between the economic system and consumer actions. (*2.5) (EB3i2 A)
      5i.2.5.1 Identify factors affecting consumer decisions. (H-G)
      5i.2.5.2 Identify strategies for comparison-shopping.
   5i.3.1 Analyze the factors that influence personal and family wellness across the life span. (*14.6)
      5i.3.1.1 Evaluate the relationship among physical, social, emotional, and mental wellness in life. (*14.6.1)
      5i.3.1.2 Examine how physical activity relates to wellness. (*14.6.5)
   5i.3.2 Examine the nutritional needs of individuals and families in relation to health and wellness across the life span. (*14.2)
      5i.3.2.3 Assess the impact of food and diet fads, food addictions, and eating disorders on wellness. (*14.2.3)
      5i.3.2.5 Evaluate relationship between food choices, eating patterns, physical activity, and maintaining overall wellness. (9.6.1)
      5i.3.2.7 Apply various dietary guidelines in planning to meet nutrition and wellness needs of individuals, families, and individuals with special dietary needs. (9.2.2) (9.2.3) (*14.3.1)
      5i.3.2.8 Demonstrate ability to select, store, prepare, and serve nutritious foods. (9.5.1) (*14.3.3)
      5i.3.2.9 Analyze nutrition label information to make positive food choices and wellness decisions. (9.5.3)
   5i.3.3 Evaluate factors that affect food safety, from production through consumption. (*14.4)
      5i.3.3.1 Determine conditions and practices that promote safe food handling. (9.4.1) (*14.4.1)
      5i.3.3.2 Demonstrate safety and sanitation practices. (9.3.1) (9.3.2) (*14.4.2)
   5i.4.1 Enhance self-development throughout the life span.
      5i.4.1.1 Examine the effect of self-esteem and self-image on relationships. (*13.2.3)
      5i.4.1.2 Determine stress management strategies for family, work, and community settings. (*13.1.6)
      5i.4.1.3 Determine the roles of decision making and problem solving in reducing and managing conflict. (1.5.2) (*13.4.3)
      5i.4.1.4 Choose healthful and responsible ways to express self.
   5i.4.3 Analyze the impact of family as a system on individuals and society. (1.4) (*6.0)
      5i.4.3.1 Examine family as a basic unit of society as it transmits societal expectations. (*6.1.1) (*6.1.2)
      5i.4.3.2 Examine global influences on the family in teaching culture and traditions. (1.4.1) (*6.1.3) (*6.1.4)
      5i.4.3.4 Determine the impact of change and transitions over the life course. (1.4.3) (*6.1.6)
   5i.4.5 Analyze conditions that impact human development, roles, and responsibilities throughout the life span. (*12.2)
      5i.4.5.1 Investigate the impact of heredity, gender, ethnicity, culture, and social forces on human development. (*12.2.1) (*12.2.2) (*12.2.3)
      5i.4.5.4 Develop strategies for sharing ownership of responsibilities of managing family and work.
   5i.4.6 Analyze functions and expectations of constructive interpersonal relationships.
      5i.4.6.1 Examine appropriate strategies in initiate, maintain, and end interpersonal relationships. (*13.1.1)
      5i.4.6.4 Determine factors that contribute to health and unhealthy relationships (*3.1.4)
   5i.5.1 Analyze roles and responsibilities of parenting. (*15.1)
      5i.5.1.1 Examine parenting roles across the life span. (*15.1.1)
   5i.5.2 Evaluate parenting practices that maximize human growth and development. (*15.2)
      5i.5.2.1 Choose nurturing practices that support human growth and development. (*15.2.1)
      5i.5.2.2 Practice communication strategies that promote positive self-esteem in family members. (*15.2.2)
   5i.5.5 Meet developmental needs of children and adolescents.
      5i.5.5.1 Identify physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and ethical growth patterns and needs. (*12.1.1)
      5i.5.5.6 Create strategies to enhance development of children through play and activities.
      5i.5.5.8 Plan strategies to provide for health and safety needs from conception through adolescence.


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