Relationships/Middle-to-Late Lifespan Development
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Relationships (1st semester) assists students to develop self-understanding, better understand others, improve interpersonal skills both within and outside the family, be more considerate of other person’s needs and property, and maintain mental and emotional wellness. Family Life education comprises a portion of this course, including dating and married relationships. Preparations for and the achievement of a successful marriage are emphasized. Leadership development will be provided through the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.
Middle-to-Late Lifespan Development (2nd semester) addresses the practical problems related to understanding the areas and stages of lifespan development, review effects of heredity and environment on the life stages, meeting the needs of exceptional individuals, promoting optimum growth and development in the middle childhood, adolescent, and early / middle / late adulthood stages. Careers in human development and adult care services are explored. Leadership development will be provided through the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) student organization.
- Days 11-20
- Middle Age Test (Open Note)
- Older Adult Reading (with Checkpoint Questions)
- Older Adult Worksheets
- Older Adult Test (Open Note)