Presentation on theme: "Families Health Class Mr. Echols. Objectives/Standards Lesson Objectives: The student will be able to: -Identify the different types of families -Identify."— Presentation transcript:
Objectives/Standards Lesson Objectives: The student will be able to: -Identify the different types of families -Identify the 2 functions of a family -Know which type family they belong to State Standards: Standard 4- Students analyze the influence of culture, media, technology and other factors on health. Standard 7- Students demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family and community health.
Functions of a Family Primary support system to meet your basic needs. Help prepare you to live independently in the world.
The Nuclear Family Consists of parents and one or more children sharing a household. Parents are both the biological parents of child/children.
The Single-Parent Family Only one parent lives with the child or children. Most often the parent is the mother. Causes: Divorce Had child out of wedlock. Husband or wife is deceased.
The Extended Family Consists of one or more relatives in addition to the nuclear or single-parent family. Examples: Grandparents, Aunt, Uncle, Cousin, Niece, or Nephew.
The Blended Family Type of nuclear family in which one or both people have been married before. Each may have a child/children from a previous marriage. Examples: Stepparents, stepbrothers, stepsisters, half-brothers, half-sisters.
The Adoptive Family The children are not related by birth to the parents. Through legal procedure, parents adopt child and care for them as if they were their children by birth. Can be a nuclear, single-parent, or blended family.
The Foster Family One or more of the children are not the birth children of parent/parents. Government agencies arrange for child to stay with family for an extended period of time. Can be nuclear, single-parent, or blended.
The Other Family Married couples with no children. Homosexual Couple People who band together and take care for each other. Foreign-Exchange student, or a Group Home.
Family Assignment (15 points) Tell me in a paragraph the following: -What type of family do you belong to? -Has your family type ever changed? -Does your family meet the functions of a family, why/why not?