Relationships

Relationships – 090116

Course Description: This course includes the study of interpersonal relationships and the effect of these relationships on the well-being of individuals, families, work and society. The course includes concepts such as effective communication, establishing and maintaining relationships, diverse family systems, characteristics of personal development and the impact of relationships on personal and career success.

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Standard 1
Students will identify the characteristics of personal development.

 

Standard 2
Examine processes for building and maintaining various types of interpersonal relationships.

 

Standard 3
Students will evaluate the impact and consequences communication has on interpersonal relationships.

 

Standard 4
Students will explore the family system.

 

Standard 5
Examine processes for building and maintaining a life-long relationship.

 

Standard 6
Students will identify the characteristics of parenting.

 

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Parenting Decisions

Parenting Decisions – 090117

Course Description: Students will evaluate the effects of parenting roles and responsibilities on the well-being of individuals and families. In this course students will explain the following: influences on parenting, decisions to parent, family planning, conception, prenatal development, healthy pregnancy, birth, care of the newborn, support services for parents, supporting the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social development of the newborn, parenting theories, and family adjustment to parenthood.

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Standard 1
The student will analyze roles and responsibilities of parenting.

 

Standard 2
The student will evaluate parenting practices that maximize human growth and development.

 

Standard 3
The student will evaluate external support systems that provide services for parents.

 

Standard 4
The student will analyze physical and emotional factors related to beginning the parenting process.

 

Standard 5
Analyze strategies for caring for an infant and nurturing children.

 

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Textiles, Construction & Design

Textiles, Construction & Design – 090103

Course Description: This course provides instruction in social, psychological and physiological aspects of clothing and textiles. Textile and apparel design, selection, construction, maintenance and alteration of textile products will be covered. This course integrates knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in textiles, scientific research, and fashion and marketing.

Textiles, Construction & Design Curriculum

Standard 1
The student will analyze career paths within textile apparel and design industries.

Careers
Textile Careers PowerPoint

 

Standard 2
The student will evaluate fiber and textile products and materials.

Laundry
Laundry PowerPoint
5 Day Lesson Plan
Care Symbol Project
Care Symbol Handout 
Labs
Sorting PowerPoint
Sorting Project Key

Sorting Project Worksheet
Stain Removal Guide I
Stain Removal Guide II
Outline for Notes

 

Standard 3
The student will demonstrate fashion, apparel, and textile design skills.

Textile Project Selection
Textile Project Selection PowerPoint
Pattern Measurement Charts

 

Standard 4
The student will demonstrate skills needed to produce, alter, or repair fashion, apparel, and textile products.

Construction Methods
Flat Felled Seam 
French Seam
 
Zigzag Seam

Why We Finish Seams

 

Standard 5
The student will evaluate elements of textile, apparel, and fashion merchandising.

Elements & Principles of Design in Fashion
Principles of Design in Fashion PowerPoint

 

Additional Resources

90 Day Pacing Guide

Introduction to Human Sciences

Introduction to Human Sciences – 090101

Course Description: This course is intedned to enable stedents to have a broad scope of experiences that will provide an overview and fundamental knowledge and essential skills of Human Sciences with a foundation but not limited to family and consumer sciences. Students will explore career possibilities and develop a personal learning plan. Students will practice basic life and career readiness skill and learn to apply them to personal life situations.

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Standard 1
Student will utilize career readiness standards for career preparation.

 

Standard 2
Student will explore the textile industry.

 

Standard 3
Student will explore personal and work relationships.

 

Standard 4
Student will explore child development and care.

 

Standard 5
Student will explore human food, nutrition, and wellness.

 

Standard 6
Student will explore housing and design.

 

Standard 7
Student will explore resource management (human, material, and community resources).

 

Standard 8
Student will understand the interrelatedness of all areas of human sciences and family and consumer sciences.

 

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Life and Career Readiness

Life and Career Readiness – 090104

Course Description: This course is designated to help students learn to manage issues in everyday living, prepare for personal life and career responsibilities and develop employability skills. Participation in this course provides a catalyst to greater self-awareness, enhanced relationships, improved cultural competencies and increased control over choosing direction for one’s own life and career.

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Standard 1
Students will understand, explore and apply the characteristics of personal development.

 

Standard 2
Students will understand the importance of relationships.

 

Standard 3
Students will determine appropriate self-management strategies.

 

Standard 4
Students will identify and apply employability skills.

 

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Human Growth & Development

Human Growth & Development – 350002

Course Description: This course covers the study of human development (physical, mental, emotional and social) either from infancy through adolescence, or through the entire lifespan. Includes how to develop positive interactions with others and how development can be guided at each age.

 

Human Development Curriculum

Standard 1
Students will analyze principles of human growth and development.

Childhood
Outline for Notes

Infants & Toddlers
Infants & Toddlers PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Adolescence
Adolescence PowerPoint

Outline for Notes

Adolescence Challenges
Adolescence Challenges PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Young Adulthood
Young Adulthood PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Middle Adulthood
Middle Adulthood PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Adulthood
Adulthood PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Mature Adulthood
Mature Adulthood PowerPoint
Notes for Mature Adulthood
Relate to Older Adults PowerPoint – Chapter 15 of Families Today textbook

Decision Making & Problem Solving
Decision Making & Problem Solving PowerPoint
Outline for Notes
Square Cooperative Problem-solving Activity

 

Standard 2
Examine conditions that influence human growth and development.

Birth
Birth PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Human Sexuality
Human Sexuality PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Marriage
Marriage PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

 

Standard 3
Analyze strategies that promote growth and development across the life span.

Parenting Styles & Family Structure
Parenting Styles & Family Structure PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Communication
Communication PowerPoint
Analyzing Your Own Communication Skills
Outline for Notes

Careers
Careers in Human Development PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Death
Death in America PowerPoint
Outline for Notes
Projects

Gravestones Design
Planning for a Funeral

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Crisis
Crisis PowerPoint – Taken from Chapter 16 of Families Today
Divorce & Remarriage PowerPoint – Taken from Chapter 14 of Families Today
Challenge of Change PowerPoint – Taken from Chapter 13 of Families Today
Balance Work and Family Life PowerPoint – Taken from Chapter 12 of Families Today
Impact of Technology PowerPoint– Taken from Chapter 11 of Families Today

 

Additional Resources

Parenting/Pregnancy Decision
Alternatives to Biological Parenting

Human Needs, Values, Goals & Standards
Human Needs, Values, Goals & Standards PowerPoint
Pyramid of Human Needs

Drug Abuse
Drug Abuse – Meth PowerPoint
HIV Transmission Game

Human Food, Nutrition and Wellness

Human Food, Nutrition & Wellness – 090107

Course Description: This course is deigned to provide students with the base foundation knowledge of food selection and preparation needed to successfully fuel the human body through consumption of food and resulting food energy. With a beginning foundation of nutrition and food science, students will learn basic preparation skills, the reason behind the reactions of foods and the short-term and long-term wellness consequences as a result of nutritional intake, and exposure to careers related to the food industry.

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Standard 1
Students will understand the basics of the six essential components in food.

 

Standard 2
Student will plan, manage, and evaluate a diet using the USDA Guidelines.

 

Standard 3
Student will connect the functions of the gastrointestinal system to the functions of the six essential nutrients.

 

Standard 4
Students will connect genetics, obesity, weight control, lifestyle and how they relate.

 

Standard 5
Students will evaluate nutritional needs throughout the lifespan.

 

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Housing & Interior Design

Housing and Interior Design – 090109

Course Description: This course provides instruction in the physical, physiological and social influences of housing styles and option; exterior and interior design; selection, use and care of home furnishings and equipment; use of available resources for achieving improved living space to meet individual and family needs; and exposure to careers related to housing and interior design.

 

Housing and Interior Design Curriculum

Standard 1
The student will analyze career paths within the housing, interior design, and furnishings industries.

Careers
Careers in Housing & Interior Design PowerPoint

House Styles from  1640-1720 (on-line – shared by C. Breese)    http://www.authorstream.com/presentation/Sever-39203-HIDF-AmericanHousingStyle-sPartOne-American-Housing-Styles-Links-Past-Native-Homes-First-Colonists-americanho-Education-ppt-powerpoint/

Standard 2
The student will evaluate client’s needs, goals, and resources in creating design plans for housing and residential and commercial interiors.

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Standard 3
The student will analyze design and development of architecture, interiors, and furnishings through the ages.

Architecture in America
Architecture in America PowerPoint
Outline for Notes
Project

Human Needs in Housing
Human Needs in Housing PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Furniture Styles
Furniture Styles PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

 

Standard 4
The student will demonstrate design, construction document reading, and space planning skills required for the housing, interior design and furnishings industries.

Drafting
Drafting PowerPoint

Perspectives & Elevations
Perspectives and Elevations PowerPoint

Furniture Arrangement & Traffic Patterns
Furniture Arrangement & Traffic Patterns PowerPoint

Kitchens
Kitchens PowerPoint

Utility Areas, Laundry, Garages & Mechanical
Utility Areas, Laundry, Garages & Mechanical PowerPoint

Construction Materials
Construction Materials PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Landscaping
Landscaping PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Operating Systems of the Home
Operating Systems of the Home PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

 

Standard 5
The student will apply housing and interior design knowledge, skills and processes to meet specific design needs.

Lighting & Accessories
Lighting & Accessories PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Interior Backgrounds
Backgrounds, Walls, Windows & Floors PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

 

Standard 6
The student will evaluate housing and design concepts.

Line
Line PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Form
Form PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Texture
Texture PowerPoint

Color
Color PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Rhythm & Proportion
Proportion PowerPoint
Rhythm PowerPoint

Outline for Notes

Balance, Harmony & Emphasis
Harmony & Emphasis PowerPoint
Balance PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

 

Standard 7
The student will apply design knowledge, skills, processes, and oral, written, and visual presentation skills to commmunicate design ideas.

Closure to Housing & Interior Design
Final Housing Project
Semester Test Review
Semester Test Review for Seniors in Housing & Interior Design

 

Additional Resources

90 Day Pacing Guide

Projects
& Sample Boards PowerPoint

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship – 320600

Course Description: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship is a course designed for students to explore the characteristics of an entrepreneur within any of the six career fields. Students will analyze opportunities in entrepreneurship. Emphasis is on understanding the forms of business ownership and reviewing the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship. The role of entrepreneurial businesses in the United States and the impact on the local, regional and national economy will be explored. Students will identify and understand the rationale of a start-up business plan.

 

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Standard 1
Students will explore the characteristics of an entrepreneur.

 

Standard 2
Students will explain the forms of business ownership as related to entrepreneurship.

 

Standard 3
Students will identify and understand the elements, design, and rationale of a business plan.

 

Standard 4
Students will analyze opportunities in entrepreneurship.

 

Additional Resources

 

Health Sciences/Health Care

Teacher to Teacher

This page will contain powerpoints, quizzes, notes, and tests that have been developed by teachers that are willing to share them with other teachers.

90 Day Pacing Guide
National Healthcare Foundation Standards

Introduction to Health Care Careers
Introduction to Health Care Careers PowerPoint
Outline for Notes
Lab
Healthcare Professions by AHEC PowerPoint

Safety Precautions & Infection Control
Safety Precautions & Infection Control PowerPoint
Outline for Notes
Handwashing Glo Germ Lab

Anatomy – Blood & Lymphatic System
Anatomy – Blood & Lymphatic System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Medical Terminology
Medical Terminology Part I PowerPoint (Blood & Lymphatic System)
Outline for Notes – Med Term I
Medical Terminology Part II PowerPoint (Circulatory System)
Outline for Notes – Med Terms II
Medical Terminology Part III PowerPoint (Cardiology & Oncology)
Outline for Notes – Med Terms III
Medical Terminology Part IV PowerPoint (Respiratory System)
Outline for Notes – Med Terms IV
Medical Terminology Part V PowerPoint (Skeletal System)
Outline for Notes – Med Terms V
Medical Terminology Part VI PowerPoint (Muscular System)
Outline for Notes – Med Terms VI
Medical Terminology Part VII PowerPoint (Integumentary System)
Outline for Notes – Med Terms VII
Medical Terminology Part VIII PowerPoint (Endocrinology)
Outline for Notes – Med Terms VIII
Medical Terminology Part IX PowerPoint (Pharmaceutical)
Outline for Notes – Med Terms IX
Medical Terminology Part X PowerPoint (Reproductive System)
Outline for Notes Med Terms X
Medical Terminology Part XI PowerPoint (Nervous System & Mental Health)
Outline for Notes Med Terms XI
Medical Terminology Part XII PowerPoint (Urinary System)
Outline for Notes Med Terms XII
Medical Terminology Part XIII PowerPoint (Eyes & Ears)
Outline for Notes Med Terms XIII
Medical Terminology Part XIV PowerPoint (Digestive System)
Outline for Notes Med Terms XIV

Careers
Nursing PowerPoint

Outline for Nursing Notes
Emergency Medical Services PowerPoint
Outline for EMS Notes
Physician PowerPoint
Outline for Physician Notes

Health Science Communication
Health Science Communication PowerPoint

Outline for Notes

Circulatory System
Anatomy – Circulatory System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

The Heart
The Heart PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Respiratory System
Anatomy – Respiratory System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Anatomy- Respiratory System
Careers – Respiratory Care PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Careers – Respiratory Care

Skeletal System
Anatomy Skeletal System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Anatomy – Skeletal System
Careers – Orthopedics, Prosthetics & Alt. Medicine PowerPoint

Outline for Notes – Careers
Project Rubric on Prosthetics

Teeth & Gums
Anatomy – Teeth & Gums PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Anatomy – Teeth & Gums
Reading & Vocabulary Assignment
Careers – Dentistry PowerPoint

Outline for Notes – Careers – Dentistry

Muscular System
Anatomy – Muscular System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Anatomy – Muscular System
Careers – Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Careers

Integumentary System
Anatomy – Integumentary System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Anatomy – Integumentary System
Careers – Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Careers

Endocrine System
Anatomy – Endocrine System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Anatomy – Endocrine System
Careers – Pharmacy PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Careers

Reproductive System
Anatomy – Reproductive System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Anatomy – Reproductive System
Careers – Assisted Reproduction & Obstretrics PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Careers

Nervous System
Anatomy – Nervous System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Anatomy – Nervous System
Careers – Mental Health & Behavior Therapy PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Careers

Uninary System
Anatomy – Urinary System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Anatomy – Urinary System
Careers – Diagnostic Services PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Careers – Diagnostic

Eyes & Ears
Anatomy – Eyes & Ears PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Anatomy – Eyes & Ears
Careers – Ophthalmology & Audiology PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Careers

Digestive System
Anatomy – Digestive System PowerPoint
Outline for Notes – Digestive System

Animal Health Care
Careers – Animal Health Care PowerPoint
Outline for Notes

Health Informatics
Health Informatics PowerPoint