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What I Know!
Before studying this module, try to answer the following activities
to find out
how much you already know about the topics.
A. The following are family resources. Say a HEART if it is a human resource, STAR if it is
a material resource and LOVE if it is a nonmaterial resource. Write your answer on
a separate sheet of paper.
1. water
2. time
3. skills
4. furniture
5. Intelligence
Family Resources
and Needs
Identify if the following objects are BASIC NEEDS or NOT
Expensive Cellphone rice Play Station House
Clothings Money Television
Family
Family is the basic unit of a community.
It is an essential part of the community, and for it to function
properly, it must be in a good state.
The family is the first school of our life, and we learn manners
and customs from it.
A family resource is important to meet specific needs and wants
in order to survive.
Resources
Resources can be defined as
anything we use to achieve what we
want (our goals) and needs (to
survive). It is classified into three:
human,
material,
non-material resources
Resources
1. Human Resource
Capabilities, Intelligence, and Skills.
Every person has his/her unique ability and intelligence in a way that improves not
only himself or herself but also others. It is important to identify the talents and
skills that each person has and utilize them for the common good.
Strength/Energy.
The strength of a person does not only mean having good health and strong body. It
also means having emotional stability, mental alertness, having reasonable
commitment and positive outlook in life, especially in work that improves self and
society. Strength is also needed to accomplish tasks on time in order to play,
entertain and relax with the family afterwards.
Resources
2. Material Resources
Material Resources are materials found in nature that can be used for practical
human purposes that are considered to have value. Material Resources include wood
from trees, edible plants that can be used as food, sand to make glass, metals
extracted out of rocks and chemicals from plants that can turned into plastics.
Tangible assets such as house and lot, furniture and appliances, jewelry,
automobiles and cash are referred to as the family’s material resources.
Every family must invest wisely in material resources, making sure that they
consider quality, durability, and appreciation value when choosing what to purchase.
Real properties and jewelry increase in value over time while the value of
furniture, appliances and automobiles depreciate or go down as they get old and worn
out.
Resources
3. Non Material Resources
Nonmaterial are intangible resources
such as health, experiences, and time.
Without nonmaterial resources, family
members will be unable to perform their
duties and responsibilities at home, in
school, and at work.
Family Basic Needs
Family Needs
1. Food
The most important need of everybody is
food. It is the fuel we need to survive. We need
the energy to move around and live life. This
energy comes from food. It is also an integral
part of the day to day needs of a family. In the
absence of food, survival of human being is
impossible.
Family Needs
2. Shelter
We need house to live in and protect ourselves
from heat of the sun, storm, wind, etc. It gives us
protection. For a family to survive and for its
members to live in ease, there should be a house. A
family should have a decent house with dedicated
space for each member, right down to the pets. For a
person to live daily life and add value to his
community, he must have access to basic amenities
that a house provides: a kitchen, toilet, bathroom,
Family Needs
3. Clothing
Clothing is made of fabric and covers our bodies, keeps them warm or
protects them from sun, insects, thorns and other hazards. Clothing is absolutely
necessary for everybody. It protects our body from geographical location and other
factors determine the type of clothing that will be appropriate. Thus, a family must
dress accordingly to protect itself from the elements. It is very important that every
member of a family dresses appropriately for the weather and their age.
Family Needs
4. Education
Education teaches us easy methods to live
in various difficult situations in life. Family and
education have a very close relationship. The
family is the basis of a good education. The
family is the root of everything, it is where
everything starts, even before formal
education. So, education is essential to the
growth of any family.
Family Needs
5. Social Needs
It includes things such as love,
acceptance and belongingness. The need
for emotional relationship drives human
behavior (friendships, romantic
attachments, family, social groups,
churches and religious organizations).
Application
• A. Identify the following
pictures below if it belongs
to
• Human Resources (HR),
Material Resources (MR)
Nonmaterial Resources
(NR).
• Write your answer on a
separate sheet of paper.
What I Have Learned
Complete the statement below. Fill in the blanks.
There are various family resources and needs. Family resources may be classified
into three namely:__________________ ,______________ and _____________.
Capabilities, intelligences, skills, strengths and energy of a person refers to the
____________. Tangible materials found in nature that can be used for practical
human purposes such as wood from trees are __________________. Time, health
and experiences are intangible resources which are referred to as
______________.
The basic needs of a family are ______________,_________________ ,
_______________,_________________ , and __________________.
Real Life Application
1. As a member of your family, how do you express your love to
your family?
2. What are the simple ways that you can do in order to help your
family?
Assessment
A. Identify what the following statement is referring to. Write your
answer on a separate sheet of paper.
1. It refers to capabilities, intelligences, skills, strengths and energy
of a person.
2. It refers to time, health and experiences.
3. These are tangible materials, and they can be found in nature
that can be used for practical human purposes such as wood from
trees.
4. Without these, family members are unable to perform their duties
and responsibilities at home, in school and at work.
5. Tangible assets such as house and lot, furniture and appliances,
jewelry, automobiles, and cash are referred to as ___________.
Assessment
B. Identify the basic needs of a family. Match Column A with Column
B. Write your answer on a separate sheet of paper.
1. It starts from home and plays an important role in
shaping the character of every member of the
family.
2. It is the most important needs of our body wherein
it fuels our body to have energy and survive.
3. It is a place where we live in and protect ourselves
from heat of the sun, storm and wind.
4. It is a fabric that covers our body, keep it warm or
protects it from sun, insects, thorns and other
hazards.
5. It includes things such as love, acceptance and
belongingness.
A. food
B. shelter
C. social needs
D. clothing
E. money
F. education
Column A Column B
Assignment
Make a family tree on
a clean bond paper
Assignment

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HE 6 Mod1 Family resources. HOME ROOM GUIDANCE

  • 1.
  • 3. What I Know! Before studying this module, try to answer the following activities to find out how much you already know about the topics. A. The following are family resources. Say a HEART if it is a human resource, STAR if it is a material resource and LOVE if it is a nonmaterial resource. Write your answer on a separate sheet of paper. 1. water 2. time 3. skills 4. furniture 5. Intelligence
  • 5. Identify if the following objects are BASIC NEEDS or NOT Expensive Cellphone rice Play Station House Clothings Money Television
  • 6. Family Family is the basic unit of a community. It is an essential part of the community, and for it to function properly, it must be in a good state. The family is the first school of our life, and we learn manners and customs from it. A family resource is important to meet specific needs and wants in order to survive.
  • 7. Resources Resources can be defined as anything we use to achieve what we want (our goals) and needs (to survive). It is classified into three: human, material, non-material resources
  • 8. Resources 1. Human Resource Capabilities, Intelligence, and Skills. Every person has his/her unique ability and intelligence in a way that improves not only himself or herself but also others. It is important to identify the talents and skills that each person has and utilize them for the common good. Strength/Energy. The strength of a person does not only mean having good health and strong body. It also means having emotional stability, mental alertness, having reasonable commitment and positive outlook in life, especially in work that improves self and society. Strength is also needed to accomplish tasks on time in order to play, entertain and relax with the family afterwards.
  • 9. Resources 2. Material Resources Material Resources are materials found in nature that can be used for practical human purposes that are considered to have value. Material Resources include wood from trees, edible plants that can be used as food, sand to make glass, metals extracted out of rocks and chemicals from plants that can turned into plastics. Tangible assets such as house and lot, furniture and appliances, jewelry, automobiles and cash are referred to as the family’s material resources. Every family must invest wisely in material resources, making sure that they consider quality, durability, and appreciation value when choosing what to purchase. Real properties and jewelry increase in value over time while the value of furniture, appliances and automobiles depreciate or go down as they get old and worn out.
  • 10. Resources 3. Non Material Resources Nonmaterial are intangible resources such as health, experiences, and time. Without nonmaterial resources, family members will be unable to perform their duties and responsibilities at home, in school, and at work.
  • 12. Family Needs 1. Food The most important need of everybody is food. It is the fuel we need to survive. We need the energy to move around and live life. This energy comes from food. It is also an integral part of the day to day needs of a family. In the absence of food, survival of human being is impossible.
  • 13. Family Needs 2. Shelter We need house to live in and protect ourselves from heat of the sun, storm, wind, etc. It gives us protection. For a family to survive and for its members to live in ease, there should be a house. A family should have a decent house with dedicated space for each member, right down to the pets. For a person to live daily life and add value to his community, he must have access to basic amenities that a house provides: a kitchen, toilet, bathroom,
  • 14. Family Needs 3. Clothing Clothing is made of fabric and covers our bodies, keeps them warm or protects them from sun, insects, thorns and other hazards. Clothing is absolutely necessary for everybody. It protects our body from geographical location and other factors determine the type of clothing that will be appropriate. Thus, a family must dress accordingly to protect itself from the elements. It is very important that every member of a family dresses appropriately for the weather and their age.
  • 15. Family Needs 4. Education Education teaches us easy methods to live in various difficult situations in life. Family and education have a very close relationship. The family is the basis of a good education. The family is the root of everything, it is where everything starts, even before formal education. So, education is essential to the growth of any family.
  • 16. Family Needs 5. Social Needs It includes things such as love, acceptance and belongingness. The need for emotional relationship drives human behavior (friendships, romantic attachments, family, social groups, churches and religious organizations).
  • 17. Application • A. Identify the following pictures below if it belongs to • Human Resources (HR), Material Resources (MR) Nonmaterial Resources (NR). • Write your answer on a separate sheet of paper.
  • 18. What I Have Learned Complete the statement below. Fill in the blanks. There are various family resources and needs. Family resources may be classified into three namely:__________________ ,______________ and _____________. Capabilities, intelligences, skills, strengths and energy of a person refers to the ____________. Tangible materials found in nature that can be used for practical human purposes such as wood from trees are __________________. Time, health and experiences are intangible resources which are referred to as ______________. The basic needs of a family are ______________,_________________ , _______________,_________________ , and __________________.
  • 19. Real Life Application 1. As a member of your family, how do you express your love to your family? 2. What are the simple ways that you can do in order to help your family?
  • 20. Assessment A. Identify what the following statement is referring to. Write your answer on a separate sheet of paper. 1. It refers to capabilities, intelligences, skills, strengths and energy of a person. 2. It refers to time, health and experiences. 3. These are tangible materials, and they can be found in nature that can be used for practical human purposes such as wood from trees. 4. Without these, family members are unable to perform their duties and responsibilities at home, in school and at work. 5. Tangible assets such as house and lot, furniture and appliances, jewelry, automobiles, and cash are referred to as ___________.
  • 21. Assessment B. Identify the basic needs of a family. Match Column A with Column B. Write your answer on a separate sheet of paper. 1. It starts from home and plays an important role in shaping the character of every member of the family. 2. It is the most important needs of our body wherein it fuels our body to have energy and survive. 3. It is a place where we live in and protect ourselves from heat of the sun, storm and wind. 4. It is a fabric that covers our body, keep it warm or protects it from sun, insects, thorns and other hazards. 5. It includes things such as love, acceptance and belongingness. A. food B. shelter C. social needs D. clothing E. money F. education Column A Column B
  • 22. Assignment Make a family tree on a clean bond paper