Ch 5 Learning to Manage I can… –Explain why goals are valuable –Distinguish between short term and long term goals and fixed and flexible goals. –Describe how to use values to set priorities –Explain how to set effective goals –Identify the resources you have to achieve goals. –Identify the resources that are available to you. –Describe ways to increase your resources and use them –Explain how you can exchange resources you have for resources you lack. –Outline the four step management process.
CH 6 Making Decisions I can … –Explain why sometimes people avoid making decisions –Explain how decisions can affect people –Explain the six step decision making process –Identify problems that people have in making decisions
Unit 2 Relationship, Family and Friendship Skills
Ch 14 Successful Relationships I can … –Describe how relationships evolve beyond just friendship –Analyze how specific emotions affect a relationship –Demonstrate positive techniques for ending a relationship. –Describe responsible attitudes and approaches to sexual situations and feelings.
Ch 15 Effective Communication I can… –Define verbal and nonverbal communication –Distinguish between I messages and You messages –Explain how tone, body language, and image send messages to others. –Use active listening techniques –Describe how to give feedback
Ch 16 Teamwork and Leadership I can … –Identify the skills needed for good leadership –Explain what it takes to be a good follower –Describe ways of being a responsible citizen and student –Identify what you can volunteer to do in your community –Describe ways to make a difference with family and friends
Ch 17 Peer Pressure I can… –Describe the pressure that influences you to make decisions. –Explain why peer pressure is such a powerful influence –Differentiate between passive, assertive and aggressive. –Combine assertiveness and refusal skills to resist negative peer presure.
Ch 18 Conflict Resolution I can … –Define conflict and explain what causes conflicts –Describe the positive results of conflicts –Explain the six steps in resolving conflicts. –Lost the principles necessary for resolving conflicts. –Use peer mediation, when necessary, to resolve a conflict –Identify the dangers of gangs
Ch 19 Family Ties I can… –Recognize different family forms –Assess the impact of current social trends on family life –Identify the functions that families fulfill for individuals –Explain the importance of strong families in society. –Describe ways to build a strong family –Identify ways of giving emotional support to family members –Formulate strategies for balancing family life with other responsibilities –Define and develop a family support system
Ch 20 Family Challenges I can… –Identify the basic life cycle and the expectations to the basic pattern –Describe the changes that occur in families –Evaluate ways to adjust and cope with changes in family life. –Give reasons why family problems need to be addressed –Describe these serious problems that families face and demonstrate appropriate responses to them: abuse, rape, depression, suicide, substance abuse, and alcoholism –Identify sources of help for family problems
Ch 21 Friendship I can… –Define the qualities of strong friendship –Suggest ways to meet people and make friends –Compare and contrast peer group friendships with cliques –Explain the value of having friends of different ages –Describe a positive approach to dealing with rejection and changes in friendship.
Ch 35 Safety in the Kitchen and Safe Foods I can… –List and describe the main appliances used in a kitchen –Identify the functions and tools of the four main work centers in a kitchen –Compare work triangles in different kinds of kitchens –Plan for the best of storage space in a kitchen –Identify the sources of dangers in a kitchen –Demonstrate basic safety rules to avoid cuts, burns, and electric shock –Suggests ways to prevent food borne illness –Explain the use of heat and cold to destroy bacteria.
Ch 36 Food Preparation Basics I can… –Identify two major systems of measurements –Identify the features and uses of measuring equipment –Explain how to measure liquid and dry ingredients accurately. –Adapt recipes for smaller or greater amounts –Identify equipment and describe techniques used for cutting. –List safety precautions to be followed when cutting –Identify equipment and techniques used for mixing –Give tips of mixing food properly –Describe two special techniques used in food preparation.