# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Nutrition and Wellness 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 ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
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 ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
41 Identify management strategies for balancing work and family roles. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
42 Explain the relationship between nutrition and wellness. 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: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Speak Out for FCCLA ♦ Power of One: Take the Lead ♦ 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
43 Explore factors that influence wellness and lifestyle practices across the lifespan. FCCLA National Programs: Community Service: Lead ♦ Community Service: Learn ♦ Community Service: Serve ♦ FACTS: People ♦ FACTS: Roads ♦ FACTS: Vehicles ♦ 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: Speak Out for FCCLA ♦ Power of One: Take the Lead ♦ 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
44 Explain the relationship between physical fitness and wellness. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
45 Identify community resources and services for nutrition and wellness. FCCLA National Programs: Community Service: Lead ♦ Community Service: Learn ♦ Community Service: Serve ♦ 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
46 Analyze the components of a plan to improve physical fitness. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
47 Identify eating patterns and their effects on wellness. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
48 Identify the effects of food fads and diet fads on wellness. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
49 Examine the impact of eating disorders on wellness. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
50 Explain the relationship between stress and wellness. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties
51 Describe strategies to manage stress. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Speak Out for FCCLA ♦ Power of One: Take the Lead ♦ 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
52 Analyze factors that affect emotional well-being. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
53 Investigate community and national topics related to nutrition and wellness. FCCLA National Programs: Community Service: Lead ♦ Community Service: Learn ♦ Community Service: Serve ♦ Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ 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
54 Analyze economic, environmental, and social determinants that influence food choices and other nutritional practices. 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 ♦ 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
55 Describe the effects of government policies and regulations on nutrition and wellness. FCCLA National Programs: Community Service: Lead ♦ Community Service: Learn ♦ Community Service: Serve ♦ 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
56 Develop a plan to promote and sustain personal wellness. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Financial Fitness: Earning ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Financial Fitness: Saving ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
58 Evaluate sources of nutrition information. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
59 Compare human nutritional needs at the different stages of life. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
60 Identify methods for determining a healthy body weight. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Power of One: Speak Out for FCCLA ♦ Power of One: Take the Lead ♦ 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
61 Explain the principles of energy balance. FCCLA National Programs: 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
62 Explore basic concepts of nutrition for meeting special dietary needs. FCCLA National Programs: Community Service: Lead ♦ Community Service: Learn ♦ Community Service: Serve ♦ 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
63 Apply science-based dietary guidelines when planning menus. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
64 Perform nutritional analyses of recipes and menus. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
65 Apply basic concepts of nutrition in meal planning to meet special dietary needs. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
66 Use the nutrition facts label to evaluate the nutritional quality of foods. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
67 Develop a food budget and comparison-shopping strategies. 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
68 Identify the components of a standardized recipe. 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 ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
69 Modify recipes to meet dietary needs. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
70 Apply time-management principles when planning, preparing, and serving food. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
71 Design kitchen work space to facilitate efficient food preparation. 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
72 Select and use food-preparation utensils and equipment. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Financial Fitness: Spending ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties
73 Analyze the impact of advances in technology and science on the food industry. FCCLA National Programs: 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
74 Apply basic food-science principles to food preparation. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You
75 Identify strategies for conserving environmental resources with regard to food purchase, storage, and disposal. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
76 Explain the conditions that promote the growth of food-borne pathogens. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
77 Identify types of food-borne illnesses (i.e., pathogenic and parasitic infections). FCCLA National Programs: FACTS: People ♦ FACTS: Roads ♦ FACTS: Vehicles ♦ Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
78 Demonstrate safe preparation and handling practices for food. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
79 Outline steps for cleaning and sanitizing food-preparation utensils and equipment. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
80 Explore career pathways in the field of nutrition and wellness. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
81 Evaluate personal assets for potential careers. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Working on Working
82 Match personal assets to specific careers in the field of nutrition and wellness. FCCLA National Programs: Power of One: Working on Working