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This course helps students to understand human and career literacy. Skill development will focus on career selection and preparation and the development of interpersonal skills. Students will analyze school, personal experiences and academic achievement as it relates to the world of family, career and community. This course will strengthen comprehension of concepts and standards outlined in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education. Student leadership and competitive events (FCCLA) may be integrated into this course.
NOTE: By Utah State law, parental or guardian consent is required for a student to participate in human sexuality instruction. This course includes instruction in human sexuality topics. State policy states that instruction includes the importance of marriage and the family, abstinence from sexual activity before marriage, and fidelity after marriage. Consult the local school district on its policy regarding the teaching of human sexuality and district approved instructional materials.
Performance Objective 1
Complete FCCLA Step One. http://www.uen.org/cte/facs_cabinet/facs_cabinet10.shtml
Students will gain skills to help them deal with young adult transitions into adult life and college/career success.
Standard 2: Discuss and analyze the healthy expression of personal and professional emotions.
Emotions and Uncontrolled Emotions
Emotions Lesson Plan
Music and Emotions
Six Basic Human Emotions
Stress and Stress Management
The Difference in How Kids and Adults See Things
Standard 3: Identify and recognize personal communication styles and discuss the importance of quality communication skills as they relate to family, career and community environments.
It's Not About the Nail Communication Video Clip Link
Tone of Voice Activity
Standard 4: Describe and practice critical thinking skills crucial in problem solving. *STEM (Engineering /Creativity & Problem Solving)
Career Research Project
Critical Thinking and Good Judgment
Critical Thinking, Decision Making and Problem Solving
Standard 5: Understand and analyze the influence of media in families, careers and communities. *STEM (Technology)
Communicating Through Social Media
Media Influences and Role Models
Not Everyone Hit By a Drunk Driver Dies
Teen Living 4-Way Test
Texting While Driving Video Link
Standard 6: Identify how career choices will affect future success in families, careers and communities. *STEM (All STEM Areas)
Performance Objective #4: Conduct career research and pathway planning for a career of choice based upon selfassessment results. (Career Investigation FCCLA STAR Event could be integrated.)
Career Research Websites
Career Research Worksheet
FCCLA Career Investigation Star Event
Job Interview Tips
Students will connect the impact of family relationships and the role teenagers have in the family.
Standard 2: Discuss how relationships with parents, siblings and the elderly affect families, careers and communities. Explore methods of building relationships of trust and respect with parents/guardians.
Parents and Building Trust
Siblings and Birth Order
Performance Objective #5: Reflect on the role and impact of personal attitudes and behaviors on family relationships.
Students will investigate the present and future impact peers/friends have on individuals, families, careers and communities.
Standard 2: Explore the impact of group associations in the present and future in regards to families, careers and communities. *STEM (Biology/Science/Behavioral Sciences)
Addictions Lesson Plan
Addictive Behaviors and Crisis
Dealing with Suicide
Peer Pressure and Refusal Skills
Peer Pressure Situations and Information
Peer Pressure Student Video Activity
Refusal Skills Lesson Ideas
You Be The Judge
Performance Objective #6: Practice using two appropriate refusal skills in each of the following environments: family, career and community.
Students will understand the importance and impact of healthy opposite gender relationships in families, careers and communities.
Standard 2: Discuss reasons and motives for dating.
Are You Dateable Activity
Dating Code Instruction Sheet
Dating Rights and Rules
Healthy Dating and Relationships Lesson Plans and Activities
Parent Dating Interview
Standard 3: Analyze the importance of appropriate social interactions in relation to families, careers and communities.
Cell Phone Etiquette Information
Dibble Training for Connections: Relationships and Marriage
Etiquette Dinner Restaurant Extrodinaire Menu
Performance Objective #7: Actively participate in an experience involving the practice of appropriate social interactions in the family, career and/or community setting.Avoiding the Awkward Silence Directions
Standard 4: Discuss why young adults are not ready for the demands and responsibilities associated with parenthood and the consequences of early physical intimacy.
Cost of Having a Baby Calculations Worksheet
The Costs of Raising a Child
Demands of Parenthood and Child Abuse
Early Intimacy and STI's
Sex Still Has A Price Tag Video Worksheet 1
Sex Still Has A Price Tag Video Worksheet 2
Sex Still Has A Price Tag Video Worksheet 3
Sex Still Has A Price Tag Video Worksheet 4
STDs Presentation Notes
STDs Presentation Notes Key
Performance Objective #8: Participate in an activity that simulates the demands and responsibilities of parenting.
Alternative Assignments for Baby Think It Over
Alternative Assignment for Flour Baby Project
Alternative Flour Baby Project Ideas
Alternative Assignment for Real Care Baby Project
Baby Assignment Contract
Baby Assignment Essay Guidelines
Baby Project Ideas
Baby Project Written Assignment
Diary for Your Baby
Flour Baby Book
Infant Development Pamphlet Rubric
Parent Job Description Assignment
Real Care Baby Alternate Assignment 1
Real Care Baby Alternate Assignment 2
Student Evaluation for Baby Project
Tips for Real Care Babies