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CTE/Family & Consumer Sciences Education Curriculum
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Strand 3
Students will investigate the present and future impact peers/friends have on individuals, families, careers and communities.
Standard 1
Differentiate between peers and friends and identify types of friendships (acquaintances, casual, close, and intimate).
  • Friendships
    It is important to have many different types of friendships. Be aware of the positive or negative characteristics you have in your friendships. Don't be afraid to make new friends and find out more about your current friends.
  • Peers and Friends
    Friendship is a very important relationship to have. Having friends in our lives fills many needs we have. And remember, to have a friend you must be a friend.

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