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National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education Correlation by Task

In this course, the following tasks/competencies reinforce the standards listed beside them. Teachers may identify additional reinforcements in locally developed instructional materials.

Task/Competency Number Task/Competency Statement Standards
39 Analyze the meaning of work and the meaning of family. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.1.1 ♦ 1.1.2 ♦ 6.1.1 ♦ 6.1.2 ♦ 6.1.4
40 Compare how families affect work life and how work life affects families. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.1.1 ♦ 1.1.2 ♦ 1.1.4 ♦ 1.1.5
41 Identify management strategies for balancing work and family roles. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.1.6 ♦ 2.1.1
42 Analyze different kinds of reasoning (e.g., scientific, practical, interpersonal). National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.1 ♦ 1.2
43 Establish criteria for reasoning. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.3 ♦ 1.4
44 Classify different types of concerns. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 2.1 ♦ 2.3 ♦ 2.4
45 Analyze the practical reasoning process. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 3.1
46 Apply reasoning processes to concerns facing individuals, families, workplaces, and communities. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.2 ♦ 4.3 ♦ 4.6 ♦ 4.8 ♦ 4.10 ♦ 4.11 ♦ 4.12 ♦ 4.13
47 Demonstrate scientific inquiry and reasoning. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 5.2 ♦ 5.3 ♦ 5.4 ♦ 5.5 ♦ 5.6
48 Evaluate the significance of family and its effects on the well-being of individuals and society. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 6.1
49 Analyze the role of the family in developing independence, interdependence, and commitment of its family members. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 6.1.5
50 Identify ways the family and consumer sciences body of knowledge improves the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 6.1.7
51 Analyze how career choice may affect the family's economic resources. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.1.3
52 Manage financial resources to meet the goals of individuals and families. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 2.6
53 Examine topics related to caregiving (e.g., child care, elder care). National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.1
54 Identify coping strategies for management of work load and reduction of stress. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 13.1.6
55 Identify sources of familial support that aid in the management of work and family responsibilities. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.3.4
56 Demonstrate respect for diversity with sensitivity to antibias, gender, equity, age, culture, and ethnicity. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 6.2.4
57 Analyze the effects of globalization and increasing diversity on individuals, families, and society. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 6.2.5
58 Demonstrate positive and caring ways to relate to others. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 13.5.1
59 Identify roles, responsibilities, and rights of an employee. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.2
60 Identify roles and responsibilities of an employer. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.2
61 Identify support resources and benefits available to employees. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.2
62 Summarize the impact of networking, mentoring, and lifelong education on the success of an employee. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.2
63 Develop communication and interpersonal skills for the family and the workplace. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.2.3
64 Develop a life plan to achieve individual and family goals. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.1.6
65 Evaluate the impact of life transitions on personal, family, and work priorities. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.1.3 ♦ 1.1.4 ♦ 1.1.5 ♦ 2.1.2 ♦ 2.2.1 ♦ 2.4.1 ♦ 2.6.1 ♦ 6.1.6
66 Identify factors that contribute to the efficient management of resources. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 2.1
67 Establish guidelines for organizing and delegating work. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 13.5.5
68 Evaluate the reciprocal effects of individual and family participation in community activities. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.3
69 Identify opportunities for individuals and families to fulfill community and civic responsibilities. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.3.1
70 Identify personal and family resources and skills that may be used to provide service for the community. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.3.3
71 Identify resources available to individuals and families for increasing leadership skills and civic engagement. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.3.4
72 Analyze the effects of public policies, agencies, and institutions on the family. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.3.5
73 Identify ways that individuals and families can influence change in policies, agencies, and institutions that affect them. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 1.3.6