# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Child Development and Parenting 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. 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 Analyze 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: 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
41 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
42 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 ♦ 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
43 Analyze parenting expectations and responsibilities. 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
44 Identify parenting roles across the life span. 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 Resilient You
45 Evaluate personal readiness for becoming a parent. FCCLA National Programs: 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 ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
46 Analyze societal influences on parenting roles and responsibilities. FCCLA National Programs: 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: Working on Working ♦ Student Body: The Fit You ♦ Student Body: The Healthy You ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
47 Describe cultural differences in parenting roles and responsibilities. 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
48 Analyze the interdependent relationship between families and society in regard to fulfilling responsibilities for meeting children's 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 ♦ 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
49 Identify biological processes related to prenatal development, birth, and the health of mother and child. 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 Demonstrate nurturing practices that support infant growth and development. 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
51 Describe ways to integrate a newborn into the 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: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties
52 Explain the bonding process and how it impacts parent-child 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
53 Describe components of an effective parenting support system. 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
54 Investigate resources available to parents. 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: Protecting ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties
55 Summarize current laws and policies related to parenting. FCCLA National Programs: Families First: Families Today ♦ Families First: Meet the Challenge ♦ Families First: Parent Practice ♦ Families First: You-Me-Us ♦ Financial Fitness: Protecting ♦ Power of One: A Better You ♦ Power of One: Family Ties
56 Develop strategies to effect change in policies and laws for the benefit of families and children. FCCLA National Programs: 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: Speak Out for FCCLA
57 Identify available child care options. FCCLA National Programs: 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
58 Identify criteria for selecting and evaluating child care services. 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
59 Describe developmental stages and their characteristics in regard to physical, emotional, social, and intellectual growth. 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
60 Describe developmentally appropriate behavior and discipline for a child at each stage of development. 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
61 Identify nurturing practices that support human growth and development. 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
62 Plan strategies to enhance children’s physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development. 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
63 Plan strategies for meeting nutritional needs of children. 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 Healthy You
64 Plan strategies to provide for child health and safety. 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
65 Demonstrate developmentally appropriate communication skills to use with children at each stage of development. 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 Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
66 Distinguish among guidance, discipline, and punishment. 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
67 Assess common parenting practices and emerging research about discipline on human growth and development. 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
68 Evaluate different parenting styles. 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
69 Analyze factors that contribute to child abuse and to child 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: Speak Out for FCCLA ♦ Power of One: Take the Lead ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
70 Assess the effects of child abuse and neglect on the child, parents, other family members, and society. 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: Take the Lead ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You
71 Determine methods to prevent 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: Speak Out for FCCLA ♦ Power of One: Take the Lead ♦ Power of One: Working on Working ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Student Body: The Real You ♦ Student Body: The Resilient You