• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Facs Curric Overview 2008v2
 

Facs Curric Overview 2008v2

on

  • 1,470 views

hhh FACS slideshow 08

hhh FACS slideshow 08

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,470
Views on SlideShare
1,304
Embed Views
166

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

4 Embeds 166

http://hhh.k12.ny.us 80
http://www.halfhollowhills.k12.ny.us 58
http://www.hhh.k12.ny.us 27
http://leadership-council.wikispaces.com 1

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Facs Curric Overview 2008v2 Facs Curric Overview 2008v2 Presentation Transcript

    • Just the “FACS” Family and Consumer Sciences Curriculum Overview Fall 2008 Presented by Ellen Robertson
    • FACS
      • The focus of all curriculum in 6-12 is to prepare individuals to be competent, confident and caring in managing their
        • personal lives
        • family lives
        • career lives
    • Goals of FACS Curriculum
      • Prepare students to meet present and future responsibilities as:
        • Family members
        • Community members
        • Consumers
        • Home managers
        • Wage earners
    • Goals of FACS Curriculum
      • To educate adolescents to:
        • Think constructively
        • Make sound decisions
        • Solve problems
        • Manage resources
      • To afford multiple opportunities to read, write, and compute in the context of real-world situtions relevant to early adolescents
    • Home and Career Skills
      • 6th and 7th grade courses are organized around process skills:
        • Communication
        • Leadership
        • Management
        • Thinking
    • Home and Career Skills
      • Process skills are taught through 10 content topics:
        • Community connections
        • Career development
        • Clothing management
        • Consumer resource management
        • Family/parenting
        • Financial management
        • Human development
        • Interpersonal relationships
        • Nutrition and wellness
        • Personal environment management
    • 6th Grade 10 Week Course
          • Interpersonal Relationships Time: 1 week
          • Career Development Time: 1 week
          • Nutrition and Wellness Time: 3 weeks
          • Clothing Management Time: 3 weeks
          • Community Connections Time: 1 week
          • Personal Environment Management Time: 1 week
    • 7th Grade 20 Week Course
      • Career Development, Time: 2 Weeks
      • Clothing Management, Time: 3 weeks
      • Consumer Resource Management, Time: 3 Weeks
      • Family/Parenting, Time: 1 Week
      • Financial Management, Time: 1 week
      • Human Development, Time: 1 Week
      • Nutrition and Wellness, Time: 8 Weeks
      • Personal Environment Management, Time: 1 week
    • High School Electives
      • Child Development 1 and Child Development 2
        • Introduction to Child Development and Psychology
        • Observing Children
        • Child, Family, and Community Connections
        • Prenatal Development
        • Postnatal Period
        • Infancy
        • Toddlerhood
        • Preschool
        • School Age
        • Special Challenges for Children
    • High School Electives
      • Adolescent Development
        • Introduction to Adolescent Psychology
        • Fundamental Transitions of Adolescence
        • Essential Tasks of Adolescence
        • The Adolescent in Society
        • Contemporary issues in Adolescence
    • High School Electives
      • Independent Living Real World 101: Surviving On Your Own After High School
        • The wallet
        • The stomach
        • Threads
        • The pad
        • Wheels
    • High School Electives
      • Gourmet Foods
        • kitchen safety
        • kitchen equipment
        • meal planning
        • food service and entertaining
        • principles of cooking
        • nutrition and career opportunities
    • High School Electives
      • Culture and Foods
        • health, culture, food, and nutrition habits of the most common ethnic and racial groups of various regions of the United States and other countries of the world
        • survey of key ethnic, religious, and regional groups: Native Americans, Europeans, Africans, Mexicans and Central Americans, Caribbean Islanders, South Americans, Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, Southeast Asians, Pacific Islanders, Greeks, Middle Easterners, and regional Americans
    • Curriculum Writing
      • September 2005 first revision of “Home Ec” curriculum since 1978
      • State Ed curriculums ONLY for grade 6 and 7 not high school electives
      • Curriculum writing Summers 06, 07, 08
      • Scope and sequences
      • Performance Objective and Supporting Objectives and Competencies
    • Curriculum Writing cont’d
      • Grade 6 and 7 progress for all units:
        • Phase1: Setting the Stage (all complete)
          • Performance indicators
          • Understandings
          • Essential Questions
          • Declarative knowledge
          • Procedural knowledge
        • Phase 2: Assessment (working on making major projects global)
        • Phase 3: Delivery of Instruction (refining resources)
        • Standardized grading schemes for all courses
    • Curriculum Writing High School
      • Topical outline and timeline, performance objective and supporting objectives and competencies developed for all courses.
      • Phase 1 and 2 developed for Child Development, Child Development 2, Gourmet Foods
    • 2008-09 Emphasis
      • Formative assessments
      • Globalization of major projects
      • Theme of energy conservation threaded throughout each course
      • Increased use of technology and visuals
      • Middle school and high school joint “Going Green” project using new technologies to promote a campaign District-wide