Adult Roles And Responsibilities
Students will identify the aspects and importance of marriage preparation and examine behaviors that strengthen marital and family relationships.
Analyze the importance and process of mate selection.
M&F Chapter 7 - Dating and Mate selection
- Theories and stages of dating.
- Single life and reasons for marriage.
Students will understand the importance of the mate selection process.
Mate Selection Theories
Through a power point presentation, class discussion, and class
activities the students will learn about the mate selection theories.
Mate Selection and Engagement
Students will learn about how to choose a mate and what they want in a future mate. They will learn the purpose of engagement and how to plan a wedding.
Mate Selection: Characteristics, Qualities, and Values
The students will be developing a personal philosophy about marriage while participating in powerpoint presentation, classroom activities, and discussion. Student will compose a personal list of characteristics, qualities, and values desired in a marriage partner.
Also, the students will discuss why "You Don't Marry What You Want You Marry What You are".
Personal Philosophy & Lifestyles
During class discussion, powerpoint presentation, and classroom activities the student will evaluate different lifestyles and how they may affect a marriage.
The term project will be assigned and instructions will be discussed.
Roles and Types (Equalitarian &Traditional) of Marriage
During classroom powerpoint presentation, activities, and discussion the student will discuss the importance of defining roles prior to marriage. They will compile a list of important topics which should be discussed prior to any marriage. Also, the students will analysis and explain the reason the topics are important.
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