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Education and Training (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Parenting
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1.) Describe family structures and their impact on parenting, including stages of the family life cycle, functions of each family member, and ways to maintain a strong family.

Education and Training (2009)
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Parenting
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2.) Explain roles and responsibilities of parents across the child's life span.

•  Comparing myths and realities of parenting
Education and Training (2009)
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3.) Analyze factors that influence the decision to become a parent, including cost of having and rearing a child; environmental influences impacting the health of the child and mother; age, maturity, and genetics of the parents; and the need to assess career goals.

Education and Training (2009)
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4.) Explain the impact of birth defects on the decision to become a parent, including types, causes, prevention, and treatment.

Education and Training (2009)
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5.) Explain the social, financial, emotional, and educational challenges of teen pregnancy and parenthood, including the risks to the mother and child.

Education and Training (2009)
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6.) Determine factors associated with pregnancy and childbirth, including the signs and physical changes associated with pregnancy, stages of prenatal development, pros and cons of prenatal testing, stages of the birth process, and postnatal care for the mother and infant.

Education and Training (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Parenting
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7.) Recognize the impact children have on individual family members.

Education and Training (2009)
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8.) Compare child development theories.

•  Identifying child development stages
Education and Training (2009)
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9.) Describe parenting practices for children who are gifted, mentally ill, or intellectually or physically disabled.

Education and Training (2009)
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10.) Determine ways parents meet children's physical, intellectual, emotional, and social needs, including promoting independence, enhancing a child's self-concept, teaching self-discipline, teaching consequences of behavior, building children's character, and selecting age-appropriate toys for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.

Education and Training (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Parenting
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11.) Evaluate methods used by parents to help children cope with stress and family crisis.

Education and Training (2009)
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12.) Describe skills for promoting communication between parent and child.

Education and Training (2009)
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13.) Describe ways a parent can foster early brain development and lifelong learning.

Examples: language, play, reading, music, art, dramatic play

Education and Training (2009)
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14.) Identify appropriate child care providers, agencies, services, resources, and other support systems available to meet the needs of parents and children.

•  Explaining ways to balance work and family
Education and Training (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
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15.) Explain how parents protect children from harm, disease, and illness, including identifying preventive healthcare practices.

•  Comparing childhood diseases, symptoms, and treatments
Education and Training (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
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16.) Summarize childhood emergency situations and appropriate responses.

Education and Training (2009)
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17.) Compare types, causes, and prevention of child abuse and neglect.

Education and Training (2009)
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18.) Prepare nutritious snacks and meals for children.

•  Applying sanitation procedures in the kitchen
•  Exhibiting safe and correct use of kitchen equipment
Education and Training (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Parenting
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19.) Determine the impact of technology on parenting and parenting practices.

Education and Training (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
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20.) Explain career options related to parenting, parent-child relationships, and services provided to parents.

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