Monday, January 30, 2017

Goals

Today's ew - discuss with your table the difference between sub goals, short term goals, and long term goals.  Next, create a T chart and title it long term goals and short terms goals.  Create a list of five for each.

Friday, January 27, 2017

Values

Our values are the things and beliefs that we hold most important in our lives.  Values can be influenced by:

  • family
  • society
  • relationships

Everyone's values are usually unique and different from someone else's.  What do you value?  Your turn - complete the survey about your own values.  Graph information as directed.

The cost of baby...

Today, we will reference an infographic and various sites to research having a baby. Up first is the infographic. This will give us information on how much our obstetrician and hospital costs will be. The Sky-High Cost of Birth
Source: The Sky-High Cost of Birth

 Shocking huh? Next, let's look at diapers. Remember, your baby will need to be changed 10 - 12 times a day when they are a newborn. For the sake of our study, let's use 10 diapers a day. How many will you need per month? The next question is cloth or disposable. For pricing cloth diapers, use this link. For pricing disposable, use Target or Walmart.

Things are adding up very quickly. Make sure you calculate how much you want to save for college. Also, don't forget to Google what your rent will cost.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Wanna be a Parent?

We are continuing our project today.  Research the costs for clothes, furniture, and baby gear.

We will also have volunteers call the daycare centers today.

Vocab

For today's EW, you need to define the following terms:

  • values
  • goal
  • short-term goal
  • long-term goal
  • sub-goal
  • obstacle
  • standards
  • resource
  • human resource
  • nonhuman resource

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

How much formula will I need?


Here is a value size can of powdered formula.  How can we figure out how much to buy so that we have enough for one month?  Here's what we know...

  1. Newborns drink a 4 ounce bottle on average.
  2. Newborns eat every 3-4 hours.
Here's what we need to know...
  1. How many bottles will our baby drink in a one month period?
  2. How many bottles will this can of formula make?
  3. Do we need more than one can?
  4. What will be our final cost of formula for the month?
The cost for one can can be found here.


Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Chapter 3 Review

Today is a work day.  You are to complete the chapter 3 review on page 84, 1-12.


Name that Family

Can you name these popular TV Families?

 

Are they nuclear, blended, extended, or single?  Can they be more than one type?

Discuss in answers in class.

Monday, January 23, 2017

Vocab review IPR

Can you match the following definitions to the correct vocab word?

  1. Placing blame on others
  2. Giving excuses to defend a behavior
  3. Taking out one's feeling on someone else
  4. Transferring an emotion into a physical symptom
  5. Returning to an immature behavior
  6. A positive talk that we give ourselves
  7. A technique in which you focus on a strength to make up for a weakness
  8. Everyday type stressors
  9. A very outgoing person
  10. A pep talk you give yourself when you need to cope
Complete this on a separate sheet and turn it in when finished.

Friday, January 20, 2017

Score your stress

Today we will be reading about positive attitudes, stress, anxiety, and depression.  To start, complete the "Score Your Stress" self-assessment for early work.  Hold for discussion.

Your work for today will be to read pages 72 - 82 with your small group.


Thursday, January 19, 2017

Defense Mechanisms

For your early work today, name the 7 defense mechanisms and explain what they are in your own words.

How are families like trees?

  

Early Work...

-Make a list of what trees and families have in common.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Introverts VS Extroverts

Today's early work...

In at least 5 sentences, tell who you think would make a better leader, introverts or extroverts.  Explain why you think so.  What skills would they bring?  What type of leader would they be?  Who would you rather be led by?  These are just some questions to generate thinking and discussion.  Add any information that you think is relevant.





Turn and talk...

For today's early work,  have a conversation with your group.  Include the following:

What are the developmental tasks of teenagers? Why are they important?

Name at least 8 environmental influences in your life?  How did they influence you?  What has been your best influence?  What has been your worst?

Don't forget to ask each other questions.  SO,


Monday, January 16, 2017

Personality and Character....



"Your character will be what you yourself choose to make it." ~John Lubbock

Today we will take a personality and character self assessment.

Click HERE for survey.

Parenting Styles





















These pictures represent two parenting styles.  The picture on the left represents an authoritarian style.  The other picture represents a permissive style.  Think about both styles.  In what ways do they compare?  In what ways are they different?  When might someone use each of these styles?  Likely, your parent has used both of these styles with you before.  It's the old saying different times call for different measures.

Your turn:  Think about a time that your parent used both of these styles with you.  Write a short paragraph describing each time and why you think they chose the style they chose.

Bonus: source the name of the third style by looking it up in our text.

Today's EW...Chapter 1 Vocab

Today's EW is to define some vocabulary terms that you'll use and hear frequently in class.

Your turn:  Look up and define the following : self-identity, heredity, traits, environment, resiliency, cultural heritage, and media

 - yes, use your book.

Self-review - Can you name the five developmental tasks of teenagers?

Friday, January 13, 2017

The Early National Period

Early work discussion:


  1. How would you describe the ENP in terms of what was going on in our country?  
  2. New jobs or roles emerged in our country during this time, what were they?
  3. How do you think education changed during this time period from the colonial days?
  4. What themes or characteristics could you apply to the Early National Period?



Additional Resource for Early National Period:

Continuing where we left off...

We are picking up where we left off yesterday.

We will read pages 49-56 in your small groups and have a Kahoot review afterwards.


Testing


Please login to Precision Exams Indiana.  We will take the pretest today.  I will authorize the test when everyone is logged in.  


Child Development Test Code all caps


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Thursday, January 12, 2017

The History of American Education Continued...

Early Work - Answer the following questions about The History of American Education:Colonial period.

  1. What are the dates of the colonial period?
  2. What type of school resembled our current daycare setting?
  3. What was the main reason for having school?
  4. What act said the by learning to read the bible, you would prevent Satan from stealing your soul?
  5. What was the name of the "book" that most children had?
  6. Name 5 subjects taught to girls in school during the colonial period.
  7. When men were done with school, they would learn a trade by watching someone else.  What is this called?
  8. Name three rules that teachers must follow or lose their jobs.
  9. True or false?  Only girls went to dame schools.
  10. What major historical event do we use to mark the end of the colonial period?

Today, we will move into The Early National Period and The Common School Period.  We will be utilizing the following resources.


Early work and other stuff...

Today's early work is as follows:

  • On a sheet of paper, tell about the following
    • Your name
    • what you like and dislike
    • what you do in your free time
    • what goals you have
    • Anything else you think I should know
Hang on to it for further instructions


Notes about early work - 
  1. It will be found here on the class site.
  2. It is to be done immediately and within the first ten minutes of class.
  3. It's worth ten points daily.
  4. It is point for point.
  5. Make sure you have clicked your class tab so that you are doing the right early work.





Today's early work...

You are to define the following terms:

- concrete thinking, abstract ideas, moral principles, self-concept, self-esteem, extrovert, and introvert

We will add notes to these definitions in class.

(Yes, you may use your book)

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The History of American Education

Today, we will begin our study of The History of American Education.  We will be using the following resources:


  • Quizlet
  • Colonial Education
  • The following video which tells of life as a child during colonial times:

Video Link  - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVxad8R4Nig


Your assignment today is to read the article at the above link and create a Quizlet for the following terms - Bible, Primer, Hornbook, Plantation, Dame School, Governess, Deluder Satan Act, Middle Colonies, 1600 - 1776, Benjamin Franklin.

In you quizlet, create note cards for all of these terms as they relate to colonial education.  If any terms are not included in the reading, use google to research them.

View video as a class and discuss as needed.  Complete a video review form (handed out in class).  Turn in for points.

What is Family?

If someone asked you about your family, what would you say?  Who are they?  What do they do?  Are they typical or anything but?

Meet the Jetson's.  They were once said to be a typical American family (futuristic of course).  Why do you think that is?



Your turn.  Write a one paragraph journal about your family.  Who are they?  What are their names?  What are their roles?  Add anything else you'd like us to know about them.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Welcome!

Welcome to Family and Consumer Science.  You may be here for any of the following classes:


1st - Interpersonal Relationships
2nd - Human Development
3rd - Advanced Child Development
5th - Child Development
7th and 8th - Education Professions

This is our class website.  We will use this website for the communication of early work.  Check here daily.

REMEMBER -

Click on the tab of your class at the top.  You don't want to do the wrong early work.