# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Early Childhood, Education, and Services I 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: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Financial Fitness ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
40 Compare how families affect work life and how work life affects families. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Financial Fitness ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
41 Identify management strategies for balancing work and family roles. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ The Fit You ♦ The Healthy You ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
42 Identify ways to manage physical space to maintain a developmentally appropriate learning environment for each child. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
43 Explain state and local health and safety regulations for an early childhood education environment. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Families Today ♦ Working on Working
44 Demonstrate strategies designed to teach children personal health, safety, and sanitation habits. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ The Healthy You ♦ Working on Working
45 Give examples of meals and snacks that accommodate allergies and promote healthy eating practices. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ The Healthy You ♦ Working on Working
46 Describe signs and symptoms of child abuse and neglect and the role of a mandated reporter. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ STOP the Violence ♦ Working on Working
47 Describe signs and symptoms of child trauma. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working
48 Describe the components of a daily child health check. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ The Healthy You ♦ Working on Working
49 Identify procedures for staff, parents, and children that help prevent childhood illnesses and communicable diseases. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ The Healthy You ♦ Working on Working
50 Outline security procedures for an early childhood education environment. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
51 Explain emergency and safety procedures used in an early childhood education environment. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
52 Analyze child development theories for early childhood best practices. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
53 Examine a variety of research-based assessment methods and tools that are used to interpret a child's growth and development. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
54 Describe cultural, family, economic, and environmental factors that may affect a child’s development. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
55 Identify the developmental needs of a child. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
56 Explain developmentally appropriate practices that promote children's growth and development. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
57 Identify developmentally appropriate guidance techniques. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
58 Describe self-regulation skills that are practiced with children to promote positive social interaction. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working
59 Identify the interpersonal skills that promote positive and productive relationships with children. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
60 Examine a variety of research-based curriculum and instructional models used in early childhood education. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
61 Plan developmentally appropriate learning experiences in all curriculum areas. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
62 Analyze an integrated curriculum that incorporates a child's language, learning styles, home experiences, and cultural values into developmentally appropriate learning experiences. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
63 Identify a variety of teaching methods to accommodate each child’s learning style. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
64 Evaluate learning centers that encourage a child’s interests, exploration, discovery, and development. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties
65 Create a schedule of activities, routines, and transitions. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
66 Identify strategies for constructive and supportive interactions that promote family partnerships. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
67 Assess ways to share information with parents/guardians regarding developmental topics and concerns related to children. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us
68 Explain the current and emerging roles and functions of individuals engaged in careers related to early childhood education. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
69 Examine education and training requirements and opportunities for career paths in early childhood education and services. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
70 Identify opportunities for continuing education and training in early childhood education and related fields. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
71 Describe ethical standards of professional organizations that are associated with early childhood education. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
72 Explore federal, state, and local government regulations that affect early childhood development programs. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
73 Complete a self-assessment to identify personal assets. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ Working on Working
74 Describe the desired characteristics of professionals working with young children. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Family Ties ♦ The Fit You ♦ The Healthy You ♦ The Real You ♦ The Resilient You ♦ Working on Working
75 Examine the changing social and family dynamics that have increased the need for early childhood education and services. FCCLA National Programs: A Better You ♦ Balancing Family and Career ♦ Families Today ♦ Family Ties ♦ Meet the Challenge ♦ Parent Practice ♦ Working on Working ♦ You-Me-Us