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Family & Consumer Sciences
FC00034
Family and Consumer Sciences II
120.00
A comprehensive study designed with updated content areas of clothing and textiles, the developing preschool-age child, housing and family lifestyles, financial fitness in the home, human ecology, and food science. Attention is also focused toward assisting students with understanding a career ladder and assuming leadership responsibilities. Student leadership through Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), is an integral part of this course.
Mary Jane Grayson
mgray@okcareertech.org
405-743-5469
Family and Consumer Sciences I (recommended)
-Apply principles of child development to age-appropriate characteristics.
-Identify developmental tasks of preschool-age children.
-Identify developmental characteristics of children who live with special challenges.
-Recognize preschool learning domains and developmental growth.
-Identify guidelines to follow when planning meals and snacks for children.
-Determine safety and health guidelines, and preventive measures to ensure the safety of children.
-Define family structures.
-Identify characteristics of generational relationships.
-Determine reasons for changes in family roles.
-Distinguish between characteristics of functional and dysfunctional behavior in families.
-Select reasons for following the dietary guidelines.
-Identify results of poor nutrition upon health.
-Identify information concerning requirements for total calorie intake.
-Plan a day’s menu based on the food pyramid and your calorie need.
-Select practices to follow when eating out.
-Select meals from restaurant menus.
-Identify sources of the principle nutrients in fruits and vegetables.
-Evaluate a fruit or vegetable recipe.
-Prepare a fruit or vegetable recipe.
-Identify requirements for preparing quality yeast breads.
-Identify yeast bread standards, unsatisfactory characteristics, and their causes.
-Prepare a variety of yeast bread products.
-Identify nutrients contained in pastry dough.
-Identify pastry standards, undesirable characteristics, and their causes.
-Evaluate a pastry product.
-Prepare a variety pastry product.
-Identify the principle nutrients contained in proteins.
-Identify factors to consider in the purchase of proteins.
-Identify non-meat protein sources.
-Prepare a protein dish.
-Identify characteristics of natural and synthetic fibers.
-Identify characteristics of specialty performance fabrics.
-Determine care required for clothing items.
-Distinguish between knit and woven fabrics.
-Identify statements describing basic wardrobe garments.
-Select indicators of the quality of clothing construction.
-Select classic clothing styles.
-Evaluate the uses of the elements and principles of design.
-Identify basic guidelines of space planning.
-Select ways to conserve energy in the home environment.
-Design a floor plan considering the relationship between function and space planning.
-Compare the advantages and disadvantages of renting and owning a home.
-List the common responsibilities of a renter and a homeowner.
-State the information frequently included in a lease.
-Interpret a lease.
-Distinguish among types of mortgages.
-Calculate monthly and yearly mortgage budgets according to housing budget guidelines.
-Compare the different types of financial institutions.
-Determine the steps in opening a financial account.
-Balance a financial statement.
-Identify ways to protect your accounts
-Determine ways to recognize, avoid, and correct identity theft.
-Select guidelines for making consumer purchases.
-Analyze the costs of saving and investing.
-Explain how to manage personal income through the use of a budget.
-Develop a personalized spending plan.
-Identify advantages and disadvantages of using credit.
-Calculate the cost of interest.
-Evaluate the consequences of bankruptcy.
-Evaluate a credit situation.
FACS II: Core - CTTC
http://www.okcareertech.org/testing/Skills_Standards/Human_Career_Cluster.htm
National FACSEd Standards
Family and Consumer Sciences II-CIMC

Supplemental Instructional Videos for FACS I and II
http://www.okcimc.com/

http://icat.okcareertech.org/facs - Click on FACS Courses/Resources; FACS Course Content; FACS I and/or FACS II for curriculum based websites, Power Points, and other resources.

Internet Addresses - http://www.oatfacs.eboard.com/
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