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This course provides students with an understanding of the aspects of human growth and development. Parenting skills are developed as positive guidance techniques and child-related issues are studied. Learning activities, observation techniques, and lab experiences in working with young children may be included. Student leadership (FCCLA) may be an integral part of the course.
Students will evaluate parenting roles and responsibilities.
Standard 2: Explain the importance of nurture and nature.
Standard 3: Identify factors influencing the development of self-concept.
Performance Objective #2: Interview a parent about the roles and responsibilities of parenthood.
Students will identify growth and development. (Standards may be integrated into each developmental age under Strands 4 and 5.)
Students will identify characteristics of birth defects, pregnancy, prenatal care and development, and childbirth.
Standard 5: List the sequential events in the childbirth process.
Performance Objective #3: Identify at least four critical components of prenatal care (nutrition, folic acid, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, medical care, etc.) and explain the effects of each component (good or bad) on the developing fetus.
Students will explain the growth and development of the neonate (newborn) and infant.
Standard 2: Describe the growth and development of the infant.
Agreement between Teacher and Student
Student Evaluation for "Baby Think it Over"
Diary for your Baby
Letter to Family
Parent Permission Form
Parent Permission Form in Spanish
Parent and Student Safety Precautions Sign-Off
Parent and Student Safety Precautions Sign-Off in Spanish
Readiness Quiz - video
Performance Objective #4: Evaluate three age-appropriate activities for infants and explain how each activity stimulates the infant’s development (physical, social, emotional, cognitive).
Infant Simulation Day
PIES Infant Development Pamphlet and Rubric
Students will explain the growth and development of toddlers and preschoolers.
Performance Objective #5: Evaluate three age-appropriate activities for toddlers and explain how each activity stimulates the toddler’s development (physical, social, emotional, cognitive).
Performance Objective #6: Evaluate three age-appropriate activities for preschoolers and explain how each activity stimulates the preschooler’s development (physical, social, emotional, cognitive).
Toddler Physical Simulation Day
Toddler Simulation Day
Students will practice age-appropriate positive guidance techniques and strategies for coping with challenging situations. (Standards may be integrated into each developmental age under Strands 4 and 5.)
Performance Objective #7: Apply positive guidance techniques to resolve behavior challenges for each stage of development (infants, toddlers, and preschoolers).
Standard 2: Describe challenging situations and the skills needed to cope.
Students will examine issues related to the health and wellness of children. (Standards may be integrated into each developmental age under Strands 4 and 5.)
ADDITIONAL GENERAL INFORMATION
Child Development Book List
Child Development Final
Child Development Mad Gab Review Game
Child Development Matching Review Final
Child Development Review Quiz Final
Child Development Study Questions
Review Lion King
State Test Study Guide For Child Development
Utah State Test Review
Utah State Test Review Key
Year End Summary