# CTE Resource Center - Verso - GRADS (Graduation, Reality, and Dual-Role Skills): Work Focus FCCLA National Programs Correlation by Task

CTE Resource Center - Verso

Virginia’s CTE Resource Center

FCCLA National Programs 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. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
40 Compare how families affect work life and how work life affects families. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
41 Identify strategies for balancing work and family roles. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
42 Apply problem-solving processes to individual, family, and work problems. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
43 Describe the benefits of caring, respectful, and responsible relationships. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
44 Develop ways to interact with people of different ages, abilities, gender, and cultures. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
45 Model conflict-resolution alternatives. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
46 Identify factors related to cultural awareness. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
47 Summarize work needs and values. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
48 Examine equitable roles, rights, and responsibilities in the workplace. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ STOP the Violence
49 Assess career interests and skills. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
50 Investigate career options. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
51 Update individual career plan. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
52 Describe the desired characteristics of professionals and paraprofessionals who work with young children. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
53 Examine education and training requirements and opportunities for career paths in early childhood education and services. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
54 Perform a job search plan. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
55 Apply communication skills to employment search. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
56 Model the steps of the interview process. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
57 Define wage garnishment. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
58 Explain the potential effects of pregnancy complications while on the job. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
59 Examine insurance costs for families. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
60 Research breastfeeding trends in the workplace. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
61 Identify workplace safety hazards for pregnant employees. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
62 Research paternity rights and responsibilities. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties
63 Describe parental rights and responsibilities. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ STOP the Violence
64 Identify community resources for young parents. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
65 Identify ways to manage physical space to maintain a developmentally appropriate learning environment in an early care center. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
66 Implement developmentally appropriate learning experiences for all children. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
67 Explain state health and safety regulations as well as emergency procedures for an early care center. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
68 Describe signs and symptoms of child abuse and neglect. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ STOP the Violence
69 Explain requirements for reporting suspected child abuse and neglect in an early care center. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ STOP the Violence
70 Describe the procedures for completing a daily child-health check. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You
71 Identify procedures for staff, parents, and children that promote prevention of childhood illnesses and communicable diseases. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You