This course assists students to develop self-understanding, understanding of others, interpersonal skills, awareness of other’s needs, and physical, 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. Recommended
Grade Level: 10 – 12
Recommended Credit: .5 – 1
1. Relate self-concept to the fulfillment of one’s personal needs.
2. Propose ways to fulfill basic human needs.
3. Examine the importance of a positive self-image.
4. Identify ways of developing positive character traits.
5. Examine the effects of culture, stereotyping, and prejudices on relationships.
6. Evaluate the significance of family and its impact on the well-being of individuals and society. 7. Contrast characteristics of functional and dysfunctional families.
8. Assess the impact of types of abuse and determine methods of prevention.
9. Recommend ways of resolving conflicts.
10. Identify the characteristics of good mental health.
11. Recommend ways to improve intergenerational relationships.
12. Explain the need to respect property rights of others.
13. Demonstrate etiquette skills used as an individual, family member, and wage earner. 14. Predict how work and family roles are balanced based on values and goals.
15. Examine the impact of role models on one’s life.
16. Practice using refusal skills to resist peer pressure.
17. Examine one’s relationship with friends.
18. Compare the characteristics of an ideal date to those of an ideal mate.
19. Compare the similarities and differences of infatuation, sexual gratification, and mature love.
20. Explain how premarital sexual intimacy could adversely affect one’s entire life.
21. Describe presentation, treatment, and the physical effect of sexually transmitted diseases.
22. Predict problems unique to single working parents.
23. Analyze the traits of a long term, successful marriage.
24. Distinguish between real and ideal expectations in marriage.
25. Analyze career opportunities concerned with relationships of individual and families.
26. Apply critical thinking and ethical criteria to evaluate interpersonal relationships.
27. Demonstrate employability and social skills relevant to the industry.
28. Utilize activities of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) student organization as an integral component of course content and leadership development.
29. Apply math, science, and communication skills within technical content. 2019 – 2020 Program of Studies Page 450 of 1037 Specialized Services in Hospitality 2