HUMAN SERVICES CAREER CLUSTER DESIGN

HUMAN SERVICES CAREER CLUSTER DESIGN

TECHNICAL LEVEL APPLICATION LEVEL HUMAN SERVICES CAREER CLUSTER DESIGN Family and Community Services Pathway – CIP Code 19.0799 Intro to Human Services 19001 .5 credit or Intro to Fam. & Con. Sciences 45001 1 credit Career & Life Planning 22207 .5 credit *Human Growth & Develop. A *Family Studies A Consumer & Personal Finance Nutrition & Wellness A 45004 .5 credit   or   Human Growth & Develop. B   45014 1 credit 22208 .5 credit or   Family Studies B   22218 1 credit 22210 .5 credit or  Consumer & Personal Finance B   22220 1 credit 08057 .5 credit or   Nutrition & Wellness B   08067 1 credit *Required for Pathway approval.

ALL ONE CREDIT COURSES MAY BE TAUGHT AS TWO .5 CREDIT COURSES. Career & Comm. Connections 22250 1 credit Approved Pathway: 1) Includes minimum of three secondary-level credits. 2) Includes a work- based element. 3) Consists of a sequence: Introductory-level, Technical-level, and Application-level courses. 4) Supporting documentation include Articulation Agreement(s) and a Program of Study. 5) Technical-level and Application-level courses receive .5 state-weighted funding in an approved CTE pathway. Concentrator Requirement For a student to be a concentrator, at least 2 of 3 required secondary level credits taken must be a combination of technical and application levels.

Nov. 2010 INTRODUCTORY LEVEL

Version 5.2 6.09.10 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Kansas Human Services Cluster Consumer Services; Family & Community Services Pathway Course: Introduction to Human Services CIP Code: Consumer 19.0401; Family 19.0799 Course # 19001 Rating Scale: 3 Skilled- Works Independently 2 Limited Skills- Requires Assistance 1 Skill Undeveloped 0 No exposure- No instruction or training Learner: Grade: Teacher: School: Enrolled Date: Completion Date: Graduation Date: _ _ Learner Signature Teacher Signature Directions: The following competencies are required for full approval of a course in a Human Services Cluster.

Check the appropriate number to indicate the level of competency reached for learner evaluation.

Academic Foundations Benchmark: 0.1 Apply reading and writing, math, and science skills in personal, professional, enpreneurial and community situations. (CC K&S ESS01 & 09) 3 2 1 0 0.1.1 Use information to locate, comprehend, make inferences, and draw conclusions. (R1.4.2▲) (CC K&S ESS 01.02) $ 0.1.2 Adjust original rational number estimate of a real-world problem based on additional information (a frame of reference). (MHS1.3.A1 ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.3 Generate and/or solve multi-step real-world problems with real numbers and mathematical concepts. (MHS1.4.A1a,b,d ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.4 Research, apply, and evaluate information to accomplish tasks.

(SC CD 2.1) (CCK&S ESS03.04) $ 0.1.5 Apply fundamental knowledge of economics to enhance learner achievement. (EDC01.04.01) (CC K&S ESS09.11) $ Communications Benchmark: 0.2 Demonstrate appropriate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. (*13.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS02) 3 2 1 0 0.2.1 Use appropriate communication strategies for the most effective outcome. (*13.3.1) (CC K&S ESS02.07) (21st) (SC P/SD 1.2) (S1.1.5) 0.2.2 Demonstrate the use of verbal, listening, and writing skills to communicate clearly. (*13.3.2) (*13.3.3) (CC K&S ESS02.06) (21st) Problem Solving, Dilemma Solving, and Critical Thinking Benchmark: 0.3 Apply thinking and problem-solving processes to address personal, professional and community issues.(*1.2) (21st) (SC AD 1.2) (CC K&S ESS03) 3 2 1 0 0.3.1 Identify common tasks that require employers to use problem-solving skills.

(CC K&S ESS03.01.01) 0.3.2 Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills to improve a situation or process. (CC K&S ESS03.01.02) $ 0.3.3 Create ideas, proposals, and solutions to a problem. (CC K&S ESS03.01.04) $ Information Technology Applications Benchmark: 0.4 Use technology to access, manage, integrate, and create information. (CC K&S ESS04) 3 2 1 0 0.4.1 Use information technology tools to manage and perform work (school) responsilbities. (*1.2.5) (CC K&S ESS04.02.01) 0.4.2 Identify and use a variety of web-based tools for real world, global applications involving communication to collect and disseminate information.

(CC K&S ESS04.04.01) $ 0.4.3 Use technology to locate, analyze, manipulate, and interpret information in a knowledge economy. (CC K&S ESS04.04.03) (21st) (S5 1.1▲) $ Safety, Health and Environmental Benchmark: 0.5 Evaluate potential hazardous situations to defuse them and determine intervention strategies. (*5.5 & *13.4; **1.5) (CC K&S ESS06) 3 2 1 0 0.5.1 Manage the physical and social environment to reduce conflict and promote safety in settings (i.e. family, work, community, cyberspace). (*13.4.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS06.01) (SC P/SD 3.1)

Version 5.2 6.09.10 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Leadership and Teamwork and Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Benchmark: 0.6 Demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the family, workplace, and community.

(*13.5) (21st) (CC K&S ESS07&08) 3 2 1 0 0.6.1 Demonstrate quality work and effective communication by acknowledging diversity and cultural differences. (21st) (CC K&S HMC07.01.04) 0.6.2 Determine the most appropriate response to workplace (school) situations based on legal and ethical considerations. (CC K&S HMC08.01) $ Career Development and Systems Benchmark: 0.7 Analyze strategies to manage the multiple individual, family, career, and/or community roles and responsibilities. (*1.1) (CC K&S ESS09) (21st) 3 2 1 0 0.7.1 Organize a career portfolio (electronic or physical) to document knowledge, skills, and experience in a career field.

(CC K&S ESS09.04.02) 0.7.2 Recognize that individual career path has an impact on the national and global community. (CC K&S ESS09.09.03) $ Technical Skills COMPREHENSIVE STANDARD: 2.0 Discover the skills, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors necessary to be successful in families, careers, and communities in today’s ever changing society. Benchmark: 2.1 Synthesize knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in human services. (*7.0 & 1.2) (FCCLA Power of One & Career Connection) (SD CD3.2) 3 2 1 0 2.1.1 Analyze career paths within human services. (* 7.1.1) 10.B $ 2.1.2 Explain the roles and functions of individuals engaged in human services careers.

(*7.1.1) 2.1.3 Assess participant’s strengths, interests, needs and preferences using formal and informal assessments. (*7.3.4) 4.D 2.1.4 Analyze opportunities for employment and entrepreneurial endeavors. (* 7.1.2) 10.C $ 2.1.5 Demonstrate communication, teamwork, and leadership skills in community and workplace settings. ( *1.2.3 & *1.2.4) (SC CD 1.2) Benchmark: HMPC 2.2 Demonstrate management of financial resources to meet the goals of individuals and families across the life span. (*2.6 ( EB5i3▲K) 3 2 1 0 2.2.1 Examine the need for personal and family financial planning. (*2.6.1) (FCCLA Financial Fitness ( 21st) (H-G) 7.A 2.2.2 Apply management principles to individual and family financial practices.

(*2.6.2 ( 21st) 10.C Benchmark: 2.3 Analyze the factors that influence personal and family wellness across the life span. (*14.6) (FCCLA Student Body) 3 2 1 0 2.3.1 Evaluate the relationship among physical, social, emotional, and mental wellness in life. (*2.1.3 & 14.6.1) 2.3.2 Examine how physical activity relates to wellness. (*14.6.5) Benchmark: 2.4 Analyze interrelationships between the economic system and consumer actions. (*2.5) (EB3i2▲A) 3 2 1 0 2.4.1 Identify factors affecting consumer decisions. (* 2.5.1)(H-G) (FCCLA Financial Fitness) $ 2.4.2 Apply the roles of decision making and problem solving in reducing and managing conflict.

(*13.4.3) 2.B $ Benchmark: 2.5 Integrate knowledge, skills, practices required of food science, food technology, dietetics, and nutrition. (*9.0) 3 2 1 0 2.5.1 Examine the roles and functions of individuals engaged in food science, food technology, dietetics, and nutrition careers. (*9.1.1) Benchmark:2.6 Evaluate the significance of family and its effects on the well-being of individuals and society.(*6.0) 3 2 1 0 2.6.1 Analyze the family as basic unit in society. (*6.1.1) 2.6.2 Identify global influences on today’s families. (* 6.1.3) 2.6.3 Critique the role of family in developing independence, interdependence, and commitment of family members across the lifespan.

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Version 5.2 6.09.10 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) 2.6.4 Summarize the ways family and consumer sciences assists the work of the family.

(*6.1.7) Benchmark: 2.7 Analyze functions and expectations of constructive interpersonal relationships. (FCCLA STOP the Violence) 3 2 1 0 2.7.1 Examine appropriate strategies to initiate, maintain, and end interpersonal relationships. (*13.1.1) (SC P/SC1.2) 2.7.2 Determine factors that contribute to healthy and unhealthy relationships. (*3.1.4) 7.9 Benchmark: 2.8 Evaluate parenting relationships that maximize human growth and development. (*15.2) 3 2 1 0 2.8.1 Examine strengths and weaknesses to determine parenting readiness.(*15.1.2) (FCCLA Families First) Benchmark: 2.9 Analyze career paths within early child through adolescent services.

(* 4.1) 3 2 1 0 2.9.1 Identify physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and ethical growth patterns and needs. (*12.1.1) 2.9.2 Create and integrate curriculum that incorporates a child’s language, learning styles, early experiences, and cultural values. (* 4.3.3) 2.9.3 Identify strategies that promote children’s thorough adolescent growth and development. (* 4.2.5) $ Suggested FCCLA Applications: STAR Events Additional comments _ _

Version 1.2 9.23.11 Intro to Family and Consumer Sciences Cross-Walking Key: *National (2008) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Kansas Human Services Cluster Consumer Services; Family & Community Services Pathway Course: Introduction to Family and Consumer Sciences CIP Code: Consumer 19.0401; Family 19.0799; Early Child 19.0709 Course # 45001 Rating Scale: 3 Skilled- Works Independently 2 Limited Skills- Requires Assistance 1 Skill Undeveloped 0 No exposure- No instruction or training Learner: Grade: Teacher: School: Enrolled Date: Completion Date: Graduation Date: _ _ Learner Signature Teacher Signature Directions: The following competencies are required for full approval of a course in a Human Services Cluster.

Check the appropriate number to indicate the level of competency reached for learner evaluation.

Academic Foundations Benchmark: 0.1 Apply reading and writing, math, and science skills in personal, professional, enpreneurial and community situations. (CC K&S ESS01 & 09) 3 2 1 0 0.1.1 Use information to locate, comprehend, make inferences, and draw conclusions. (R1.4.2▲) (CC K&S ESS 01.02) $ 0.1.2 Adjust original rational number estimate of a real-world problem based on additional information (a frame of reference). (MHS1.3.A1 ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.3 Generate and/or solve multi-step real-world problems with real numbers and mathematical concepts. (MHS1.4.A1a,b,d ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.4 Research, apply, and evaluate information to accomplish tasks.

(SC CD 2.1) (CCK&S ESS03.04) $ 0.1.5 Apply fundamental knowledge of economics to enhance learner achievement. (EDC01.04.01) (CC K&S ESS09.11) $ Communications Benchmark: 0.2 Demonstrate appropriate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. (*13.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS02) 3 2 1 0 0.2.1 Use appropriate communication strategies for the most effective outcome. (*13.3.1) (CC K&S ESS02.07) (21st) (SC P/SD 1.2) (S1.1.5) 0.2.2 Demonstrate the use of verbal, listening, and writing skills to communicate clearly. (*13.3.2) (*13.3.3) (CC K&S ESS02.06) (21st) Problem Solving, Dilemma Solving, and Critical Thinking Benchmark: 0.3 Apply thinking and problem-solving processes to address personal, professional and community issues.(*1.2) (21st) (SC AD 1.2) (CC K&S ESS03) 3 2 1 0 0.3.1 Identify common tasks that require employers to use problem-solving skills.

(CC K&S ESS03.01.01) 0.3.2 Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills to improve a situation or process. (CC K&S ESS03.01.02) $ 0.3.3 Create ideas, proposals, and solutions to a problem. (CC K&S ESS03.01.04) $ Information Technology Applications Benchmark: 0.4 Use technology to access, manage, integrate, and create information. (CC K&S ESS04) 3 2 1 0 0.4.1 Use information technology tools to manage and perform work (school) responsilbities. (*1.2.5) (CC K&S ESS04.02.01) 0.4.2 Identify and use a variety of web-based tools for real world, global applications involving communication to collect and disseminate information.

(CC K&S ESS04.04.01) $ 0.4.3 Use technology to locate, analyze, manipulate, and interpret information in a knowledge economy. (CC K&S ESS04.04.03) (21st) (S5 1.1▲) $ Safety, Health and Environmental Benchmark: 0.5 Evaluate potential hazardous situations to defuse them and determine intervention strategies. (*5.5 & *13.4; **1.5) (CC K&S ESS06) 3 2 1 0 0.5.1 Manage the physical and social environment to reduce conflict and promote safety in settings (i.e. family, work, community, cyberspace). (*13.4.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS06.01) (SC P/SD 3.1)

Version 1.2 9.23.11 Intro to Family and Consumer Sciences Cross-Walking Key: *National (2008) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Leadership and Teamwork and Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Benchmark: 0.6 Demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the family, workplace, and community.

(*13.5) (21st) (CC K&S ESS07&08) 3 2 1 0 0.6.1 Demonstrate quality work and effective communication by acknowledging diversity and cultural differences. (21st) (CC K&S HMC07.01.04) 0.6.2 Determine the most appropriate response to workplace (school) situations based on legal and ethical considerations. (CC K&S HMC08.01) $ Career Development and Systems Benchmark: 0.7 Analyze strategies to manage the multiple individual, family, career, and/or community roles and responsibilities. (*1.1) (CC K&S ESS09) (21st) 3 2 1 0 0.7.1 Organize a career portfolio (electronic or physical) to document knowledge, skills, and experience in a career field.

(CC K&S ESS09.04.02) 0.7.2 Recognize that individual career path has an impact on the national and global community. (CC K&S ESS09.09.03) $ Technical Skills--General Human Services COMPREHENSIVE STANDARD: 2.0 Discover the skills, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors necessary to be successful in families, careers, and communities in today’s ever changing society. Benchmark:2.0 Evaluate the significance of family and its effects on the well-being of individuals and society.(*6.0) 3 2 1 0 2.0.1 Analyze the family as basic unit in society. (*6.1.1) 2.0.2 Identfy the role of Family and Consume Sciences Education in the development of personal growth and family development .

(*6.1.7) Benchmark: 2.1 Analyze functions and expectations of constructive interpersonal relationships. (FCCLA STOP the Violence) 3 2 1 0 2.1.1 Determine factors that contribute to healthy and unhealthy relationships. (*3.1.4) 7.9 2.1.2 Apply the roles of decision making and problem solving in reducing and managing conflict. (*13.4.3) 2.B $ 2.1.3 Identify situations that require personal prevention or intervention and those that require professional assistance. (*7.4.4, 7.4.5) Benchmark: 2.2 Evaluate parenting relationships that maximize human growth and development. (*15.2) 3 2 1 0 2.2.1 Identify strategies that promote children’s growth and development.

(* 4.2.5) $ 2.2.2 List criteria for providing quality care of c hildren (as a parent and child care provider). (15.2.5) 2.2.3 Examine strengths and weaknesses to determine parenting readiness.(*15.1.2) (FCCLA Families First) Benchmark: 2.3 Demonstrate management of financial resources to meet the goals of individuals and families across the life span. (*2.6 ( EB5i3▲K) 3 2 1 0 2.3.1 Examine the need for financial planning. (*2.6.1) (FCCLA Financial Fitness ( 21st) (H-G) 7.A 2.3.2 Apply management principles to individual financial practices. (*2.6.2 ( 21st) 10.C 2.3.3 Identify factors affecting consumer decisions.

(* 2.5.1)(H-G) (FCCLA Financial Fitness) $ Benchmark: 2.4 Analyze the factors that influence personal and family wellness across the life span. (*14.6) (FCCLA Student Body) 3 2 1 0 2.4.1 Evaluate the relationship among physical, social, emotional, and mental wellness in life. (*2.1.3 & 14.6.1) 2.4.3 Identify reliable sources of nutrition information (i.e. labeling, FDA, USDA). (*9.3.2, 14.2.4) 2.4.4 Analyze the relationship of knowing how to cook to prevention of, or improvement of health conditions. (e.g. obesity, high blood pressure).

Version 1.2 9.23.11 Intro to Family and Consumer Sciences Cross-Walking Key: *National (2008) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Technical Skills—Careeer Development Benchmark: 2.5 Integrat multiple life roles and responsibilities in family, work and community settings.

(*1.0) 3 2 1 0 2.5.1 Assess participant’s strengths, interests, needs and preferences using formal and informal assessments. (*7.3.4) 4.D 2.5.2 Analyze opportunities for employment and entrepreneurial endeavors within human services and related career areas. (* 7.1.2) 10.C $ 2.5.3 Identify the difference between a non-profit and for-profit agency. (*7.2.1) 2.5.4 Demonstrate communication, teamwork, and leadership skills. ( *1.2.3 & *1.2.4) (SC CD 1.2) Benchmark: 2.6 Analyze career paths within family and community services. (*7.1) (FCCLA Power of One & Career Connection) (SD CD3.2) 3 2 1 0 2.6.1 Identify the traits and skills needed to be a successful service provider in the family and community services field.

(*7.3) 2.6.2 Explain the roles and functions of individuals engaged in human services careers. (*7.1.1) 2.6.3 Summarize the education, training and careers within human services(i.e. social work, family therapy, geriatric center director, family and consumer sciences educator * 7.1.3) 10.B $ Benchmark: 2.7 Analyze career paths within the food science, food technologies, dietetics and nutrition industries. (*9.1) (FCCLA Power of One & Career Connection) (SD CD3.2) 3 2 1 0 2.7.1 Identify traits and skills need for success in the food science, food technologies, dietetics and nutrition industries.

(*9.3) 2.7.2 Examine the roles and functions of individuals engaged in food science, food technology, dietetics, and nutrition careers. (*9.1.1) 2.7.3 Summarize the education, training and careers in nutrition and wellness( i.e. nutrition educator, dietician, family and consumer sciences educator). (*9.1.3) Benchmark: 2.8 Analyze career paths within early childhood, education and related services. (* 4.1) (FCCLA Power of One & Career Connection) (SD CD3.2) 3 2 1 0 2.8.1 Identify traits and skills need for success in the education field (e.g. early child, K-12). (*4.3) 2.8.2 Explain the roles and functions of individuals engaged in education careers.

(*4.1.1) 2.8.3 Summarize the education, training and careers in early child development and services and education and training (i.e. early child education, center director, child development specialist, family and consumer sciences educator, elementary teacher, special services director). (*4.1.3) Benchmark: 2.9 Analyze career paths within consumer service industries. (*3.1) (FCCLA Power of One & Career Connection) (SD CD3.2) 3 2 1 0 2.9.1 Identify traits and skills need for success in the consumer service industries. (*3..3) 2.9.2 Identify the difference between consumer service and customer service.

(*3.1.1) 2.9.3 Explain the roles and functions of individuals in consumer services (*3.1.1) 2.9.4 Summarize the education, training and careers in consumer sevices (i.e. financial planning, credit counseling, insurance, estate planning, family and consumer sciences educator). (*9.1.3) Benchmark: 2.10 Analyze career paths within textile, apparel and interior design industries. (*16.1) (FCCLA Power of One & Career Connection) (SD CD3.2) 3 2 1 0 2.10.1 Identify traits and skills need for success in the textile, apparel and interior design industries. (*16..3) 2.10.2 Explain the roles and functions of individuals in textile, apparel and interior design industries.

(*16.1.1) 2.10.3 Summarize the education, training and careers in textile, apparel and interior design industries (i.e. interior design, interior decorator, apparel design, set design, textile design, interior and/or apparel merchandising, family and consumer sciences educator ( * 16.1.3) Benchmark: 2.11 Analyze career paths within food production and food services industries. (*8.1) (FCCLA Power of One & Career Connection) (SD CD3.2) 3 2 1 0 2.11.1 Identify traits and skills need for success in the food production and food service industries. (*8.3) 2.11.2 Explain the roles, duties and funcitons of individuals in food production and food services industries.

(*8.1.1) 2.11.3 Summarize the education, training and careers in food production and food services industries (i.e.chef, cook, restaurant manager, caterer, food stylist, wait staff, food

Version 1.2 9.23.11 Intro to Family and Consumer Sciences Cross-Walking Key: *National (2008) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) critic, professional taste tester, family and consumer sciences educator).

(*8.1.3) Suggested FCCLA Applications: STAR Events Additional comments _ _

Version 5.1 6.09.10 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Kansas Human Services Cluster Consumer Services, Family & Community Services Course: Career & Life Planning CIP Code:19.0401; 19.0799 Course # 22207G0.5011 Rating Scale: 3 Skilled- Works Independently 2 Limited Skills- Requires Assistance 1 Skill Undeveloped 0 No exposure- No instruction or training Learner: Grade: Teacher: School: Enrolled Date: Completion Date: Graduation Date: _ _ Learner Signature Teacher Signature Directions: The following competencies are required for full approval of a course in a Human Services Cluster.

Check the appropriate number to indicate the level of competency reached for learner evaluation.

Academic Foundations Benchmark: 0.1 Apply reading and writing, math, and science skills in personal, professional, enpreneurial and community situations. (CC K&S ESS01 & 09) 3 2 1 0 0.1.1 Use information to locate, comprehend, make inferences, and draw conclusions. (R1.4.2▲) (CC K&S ESS 01.02) $ 0.1.2 Adjust original rational number estimate of a real-world problem based on additional information (a frame of reference). (MHS1.3.A1 ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.3 Generate and/or solve multi-step real-world problems with real numbers and mathematical concepts. (MHS1.4.A1a,b,d ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.4 Research, apply, and evaluate information to accomplish tasks.

(SC CD 2.1) (CCK&S ESS03.04) $ 0.1.5 Apply fundamental knowledge of economics to enhance learner achievement. (EDC01.04.01) (CC K&S ESS09.11) $ Communications Benchmark: 0.2 Demonstrate appropriate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. (*13.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS02) 3 2 1 0 0.2.1 Use appropriate communication strategies for the most effective outcome. (*13.3.1) (CC K&S ESS02.07) (21st) (SC P/SD 1.2) (S1.1.5) 0.2.2 Demonstrate the use of verbal, listening, and writing skills to communicate clearly. (*13.3.2) (*13.3.3) (CC K&S ESS02.06) (21st) Problem Solving, Dilemma Solving, and Critical Thinking Benchmark: 0.3 Apply thinking and problem-solving processes to address personal, professional and community issues.(*1.2) (21st) (SC AD 1.2) (CC K&S ESS03) 3 2 1 0 0.3.1 Identify common tasks that require employers to use problem-solving skills.

(CC K&S ESS03.01.01) 0.3.2 Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills to improve a situation or process. (CC K&S ESS03.01.02) $ 0.3.3 Create ideas, proposals, and solutions to a problem. (CC K&S ESS03.01.04) $ Information Technology Applications Benchmark: 0.4 Use technology to access, manage, integrate, and create information. (CC K&S ESS04) 3 2 1 0 0.4.1 Use information technology tools to manage and perform work (school) responsilbities. (*1.2.5) (CC K&S ESS04.02.01) 0.4.2 Identify and use a variety of web-based tools for real world, global applications involving communication to collect and disseminate information.

(CC K&S ESS04.04.01) 0.4.3 Use technology to locate, analyze, manipulate, and interpret information in a knowledge economy. (CC K&S ESS04.04.03) (21st) (S5 1.1▲) $ Safety, Health and Environmental Benchmark: 0.5 Evaluate potential hazardous situations to defuse them and determine intervention strategies. (*5.5 & *13.4; **1.5) (CC K&S ESS06) 3 2 1 0 0.5.1 Manage the physical and social environment to reduce conflict and promote safety in settings (i.e. family, work, community, cyberspace). (*13.4.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS06.01) (SC P/SD 3.1)

Version 5.1 6.09.10 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Leadership and Teamwork and Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Benchmark: 0.6 Demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the family, workplace, and community.

(*13.5) (21st) (CC K&S ESS07&08) 3 2 1 0 0.6.1 Demonstrate quality work and effective communication by acknowledging diversity and cultural differences. (21st) (CC K&S HMC07.01.04) 0.6.2 Determine the most appropriate response to workplace (school) situations based on legal and ethical considerations. (CC K&S HMC08.01) $ Career Development and Systems Benchmark: 0.7 Analyze strategies to manage the multiple individual, family, career, and/or community roles and responsibilities. (*1.1) (CC K&S ESS09) (21st) 3 2 1 0 0.7.1 Organize a career portfolio (electronic or physical) to document knowledge, skills, and experience in a career field.

(CC K&S ESS09.04.02) 0.7.2 Recognize that individual career path has an impact on the national and global community. (CC K&S ESS09.09.03) $ Technical Skills COMPREHENSIVE STANDARD: 1.0 Integrate multiple life roles and responsibilities in family, work, and community settings. (*1.0) (**1.0) Benchmark: 1.1 Analyze strategies to manage multiple roles and responsibilities (individual, family, and career).(*1.1 & 2.1) 3 2 1 0 1.1.1 Summarize local and global policies, issues, and trends in the workplace and community that affect individuals and families. (*1.1.1) $ 1.1.2 Analyze the effects of social, economic, and technological change on work and family dynamics.

(*1.1.2) $ 1.1.3 Analyze ways that individual career goals can affect the family’s capacity to meet goals for all family members. (*1.1.3 & 2.1.2) $ 1.1.4 Predict potential effects of career path decisions on balancing work and family. (*1.1.4 & 2.1.1) $ 1.1.5 Define goals for life-long learning and leisure opportunities for all family members. (*1.1.5) $ Benchmark: 1.2 Demonstrate transferable and employability skills in school, community, and workplace settings.(*1.2) (**1.1) 3 2 1 0 1.2.1 Analyze potential career choices to determine the knowledge, skills, and personality traits associated with each career.

(*1.2.1)4.A 1.2.2 Demonstrate job seeking and retention skills. (*1.2.2) (FCCLA STAR Events Job Application)10.A 1.2.3 Apply communication skills in schools, community, and workplace settings. (*1.2.3) (FCCLA STAR Events) 1.2.4 Practice appropriate social skills, manners, and business etiquette in a variety of settings.(**1.1) (FCCLA Peer Education/Officer Positions/ Leaders At Work) 3.B 1.2.5 Demonstrate teamwork and leadership skills in school, community and workplace settings. (FCCLA Peer Education/Officer Positions/STAR Events) Benchmark: 1.3 Develop strageties for balancing family responsibilities which impact work environments.

(**1.4) 3 2 1 0 1.3.1 Identify community and human resources for meeting individual and family needs (including financial). (*1.3.4& 2.5.1) (**1.3) (FCCLA STAR Events/Financial Fitness) $ 1.3.2 Understand how to document and report violation for personal rights and responsibilities in the workplace. 4.B 1.3.3 Assess health, wellness, and safety issues of individuals and families in a variety of challenging work and community settings. (FCCLA STAR Events/Student Body) 7.B Additional comments _ _

Version 5.1 9-26-11 Cross-Walking Key:*National (2006) and **Kansas (2005) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ) National Standards for Financial Literacy ) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests ((R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standard—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skill; (CC K&S HMC ) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPC) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Family & Community Services (www.careerclusters.org) Kansas Human Services & Education & Teaching Cluster Family & Community Services; Teaching/Training Pathway Course: Human Growth & Development CIP Code: Family19.0799; Education: 13.0101 Course # 45004 Rating Scale: 3 Skilled- Works Independently 2 Limited Skills- Requires Assistance 1 Skill Undeveloped 0 No exposure- No instruction or training Learner: Grade: Teacher: School: Enrolled Date: Completion Date: Graduation Date: _ _ Learner Signature Teacher Signature Directions: The following competencies are required for full approval of a course in a Human Services and Education and Training Cluster.

Check the appropriate number to indicate the level of competency reached for learner evaluation.

Academic Foundations Benchmark: 0.1 Apply reading and writing, math, and science skills in personal, professional, entrepreneurial and community situations. (CC K&S ESS01 & 09) 3 2 1 0 0.1.1 Use information to locate, comprehend, make inferences, and draw conclusions. (R1.4.2▲) (CC K&S ESS 01.02) $ 0.1.2 Adjust original rational number estimate of a real-world problem based on additional information (a frame of reference). (MHS1.3.A1 ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.3 Generate and/or solve multi-step real-world problems with real numbers and mathematical concepts. (MHS1.4.A1a,b,d ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.4 Research, apply, and evaluate information to accomplish tasks.

(SC CD 2.1) (CCK&S ESS03.04) $ 0.1.5 Apply fundamental knowledge of economics to enhance learner achievement. (EDC01.04.01) (CC K&S ESS09.11) $ Communications Benchmark: 0.2 Demonstrate appropriate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. (*13.3) (CC K&S ESS02) 3 2 1 0 0.2.1 Use appropriate communication strategies for the most effective outcome. (*13.3.1) (CC K&S ESS02.07)(SC P/SD 1.2) (S1.1.5) 0.2.2 Demonstrate the use of verbal, listening, and writing skills to communicate clearly. (*13.3.2) (*13.3.3) (CC K&S ESS02.06) Problem Solving, Dilemma Solving, and Critical Thinking Benchmark: 0.3 Apply thinking and problem-solving processes to personal, professional and community issues.(*1.2) (SC AD 1.2) (CC K&S ESS03) 3 2 1 0 0.3.1 Identify common tasks that require employers to use problem-solving skills.

(CC K&S ESS03.01.01) 0.3.2 Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills to improve a situation or process. (CC K&S ESS03.01.02) $ 0.3.3 Create ideas, proposals, and solutions to a problem. (CC K&S ESS03.01.04) $ Information Technology Applications Benchmark: 0.4 Use technology to access, manage, integrate, and create information. (CC K&S ESS04) 3 2 1 0 0.4.1 Use information technology tools to manage and perform work (school) responsilbities. (*1.2.5) (CC K&S ESS04.02.01) 0.4.2 Identify and use a variety of web-based tools for real world, global applications involving communication to collect and disseminate of information.

(CC K&S ESS04.04.01) 0.4.3 Use technology to locate, analyze, manipulate, and interpret information in a knowledge economy. (CC K&S ESS04.04.03)(S5 1.1▲) $ Safety, Health and Environmental Benchmark: 0.5 Evaluate potential hazardous situations to defuse them and determine intervention strategies. (*5.5 & *13.4; **1.5) (CC K&S ESS06) 3 2 1 0 0.5.1 Manage the physical and social environment to reduce conflict and promote safety in settings (i.e. family, work, community, cyberspace). (*13.4.3) (CC K&S ESS06.01) (SC P/SD 3.1)

Version 5.1 9-26-11 Cross-Walking Key:*National (2006) and **Kansas (2005) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ) National Standards for Financial Literacy ) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests ((R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standard—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skill; (CC K&S HMC ) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPC) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Family & Community Services (www.careerclusters.org) Leadership and Teamwork and Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Benchmark: 0.6 Demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the family, workplace, and community.

(*13.5) (CC K&S ESS07&08) 3 2 1 0 0.6.1 Demonstrate quality work and effective communication by acknowledging diversity and cultural differences. (CC K&S HMC07.01.04) 0.6.2 Determine the most appropriate response to workplace (school) situations based on legal and ethical considerations. (CC K&S HMC08.01) $ Career Development and Systems Benchmark: 0.7 Analyze strategies to manage the multiple individual, family, career, and/or community roles and responsibilities. (*1.1) (CC K&S ESS09) 3 2 1 0 0.7.1 Organize a career portfolio (electronic or physical) to document knowledge, skills, and experience in a career field.

(CC K&S ESS09.04.02) 0.7.2 Recognize that individual career path has an impact on the national and global community. (CC K&S ESS09.09.03) $ Technical Skills COMPREHENSIVE STANDARD: 12.0 Analyze knowledge and skills needed across the life span in family, workplace, and community.(*12.0) (CC K&S ESS 10; HMC 10.03) Benchmark: 12.1 Analyze principles of human growth and development across the life span. (*12.1) (CC K&S HMPC01.02.01) 3 2 1 0 12.1.1 Identify physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and intellectual development across the lifespan. (*12.1.1) 12.1.2 Examine interrelationships among physical, emotional, social, and intellectual aspects of human growth and development.

(*12.1.2) 12.1.3 Analyze current and emerging research about human growth and development, including brain development. (*12.1.3) 12.1.4 Examine biological processes related to prenatal development, birth and health of the child.(*15.4.1) (S3.7.1▲) (S3.2.3▲) Benchmark: 12.2 Analyze conditions that influence human growth and development. (*12.2; **5.1) (CC K&S HMPC01.02.01) 3 2 1 0 12.2.1 Compare and contrast the effect of heredity and environment on human growth and development. (*12.2.1) 12.2.2 Evaluate the impact of social, economic, and technological forces on individual growth and development.

(*12.2.2) $ 12.2.3 Anaylze the effects of gender, ethnicity and culture on individual development. (*12.2.3) Benchmark: 12.3 Evaluate strategies that promote human growth and development across the life span. (*12.3;**4.1) (CC K&S HMPC03.01) 3 2 1 0 12.3.1 Evaluate the role of nurturance on human growth and development. (*12.3.1) 12.3.2 Examine the role of communication on human growth and development. (*12.3.2) 12.3.3 Analyze the role of family and social services support systems in meeting human growth and development needs. (*12.3.3) $ Benchmark: 12.4 Analyze functions and expectations of various types of relationships.

(*13.1) (CC K&S HMC07.01.04) 3 2 1 0 12.4.1 Analyze processes for building and maintaining interpersonal relationships across the lifespan. (*13.1.1) Benchmark: 12.5 Examine personal needs and characteristics and their effects on interpersonal relationships. (*13.2) (CC K&S HMC07.01.02) 3 2 1 0 12.5.1 Investigate the effects of personal characteristics and needs on relationships throughout life. (*13.2.1 & *13.2.2) $ 12.5.2 Catagorize the effects of life span events and conditions on relationships. (*13.2.4) $ Additional comments _ _

Version 5.1 3.18.10 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2005) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Kansas Human Services Cluster Family & Community Services Course: Family Studies CIP Code:Family19.0799 Course # 22208G0.5011 Rating Scale: 3 Skilled- Works Independently 2 Limited Skills- Requires Assistance 1 Skill Undeveloped 0 No exposure- No instruction or training Learner: Grade: Teacher: School: Enrolled Date: Completion Date: Graduation Date: _ _ Learner Signature Teacher Signature Directions: The following competencies are required for full approval of a course in a Human Services and Education and Training Cluster.

Check the appropriate number to indicate the level of competency reached for learner evaluation.

Academic Foundations Benchmark: 0.1 Apply reading and writing, math, and science skills in personal, professional, entrepreneurial and community situations. (CC K&S ESS01 & 09) 3 2 1 0 0.1.1 Use information to locate, comprehend, make inferences, and draw conclusions. (R1.4.2▲) (CC K&S ESS 01.02) $ 0.1.2 Adjust original rational number estimate of a real-world problem based on additional information (a frame of reference). (MHS1.3.A1 ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.3 Generate and/or solve multi-step real-world problems with real numbers and mathematical concepts. (MHS1.4.A1a,b,d ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.4 Research, apply, and evaluate information to accomplish tasks.

(SC CD 2.1) (CCK&S ESS03.04) $ 0.1.5 Apply fundamental knowledge of economics to enhance learner achievement. (EDC01.04.01) (CC K&S ESS09.11) $ Communications Benchmark: 0.2 Demonstrate appropriate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. (*13.3) (CC K&S ESS02) 3 2 1 0 0.2.1 Use appropriate communication strategies for the most effective outcome. (*13.3.1) (CC K&S ESS02.07) (SC P/SD 1.2) (S1.1.5) 0.2.2 Demonstrate the use of verbal, listening, and writing skills to communicate clearly. (*13.3.2) (*13.3.3) (CC K&S ESS02.06) Problem Solving, Dilemma Solving, and Critical Thinking Benchmark: 0.3 Apply thinking and problem-solving processes to address personal, professional and community issues.(*1.2) (SC AD 1.2) (CC K&S ESS03) 3 2 1 0 0.3.1 Identify common tasks that require employers to use problem-solving skills.

(CC K&S ESS03.01.01) 0.3.2 Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills to improve a situation or process. (CC K&S ESS03.01.02) $ 0.3.3 Create ideas, proposals, and solutions to a problem. (CC K&S ESS03.01.04) $ Information Technology Applications Benchmark: 0.4 Use technology to access, manage, integrate, and create information. (CC K&S ESS04) 3 2 1 0 0.4.1 Use information technology tools to manage and perform work (school) responsilbities. (*1.2.5) (CC K&S ESS04.02.01) 0.4.2 Identify and use a variety of web-based tools for real world, global applications involving communication to collect and disseminate information.

(CC K&S ESS04.04.01) 0.4.3 Use technology to locate, analyze, manipulate, and interpret information in a knowledge economy. (CC K&S ESS04.04.03) (S5 1.1▲) $ Safety, Health and Environmental Benchmark: 0.5 Evaluate potential hazardous situations to defuse them and determine intervention strategies. (*5.5 & *13.4; **1.5) (CC K&S ESS06) 3 2 1 0 0.5.1 Manage the physical and social environment to reduce conflict and promote safety in settings (i.e. family, work, community, cyberspace). (*13.4.3) (CC K&S ESS06.01) (SC P/SD 3.1)

Version 5.1 3.18.10 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2005) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Leadership and Teamwork and Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Benchmark: 0.6 Demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the family, workplace, and community.

(*13.5) (CC K&S ESS07&08) 3 2 1 0 0.6.1 Demonstrate quality work and effective communication by acknowledging diversity and cultural differences. (CC K&S HMC07.01.04) 0.6.2 Determine the most appropriate response to workplace (school) situations based on legal and ethical considerations. (CC K&S HMC08.01) $ Career Development and Systems Benchmark: 0.7 Analyze strategies to manage the multiple individual, family, career, and/or community roles and responsibilities. (*1.1) (CC K&S ESS09) 3 2 1 0 0.7.1 Organize a career portfolio (electronic or physical) to document knowledge, skills, and experience in a career field.

(CC K&S ESS09.04.02) 0.7.2 Recognize that individual career path has an impact on the national and global community. (CC K&S ESS09.09.03) $ Technical Skills COMPREHENSIVE STANDARD: 5.0 Evaluate the impact of parenting roles and responsibilities on strengthening the well-being of individuals and families. (*15.0; **5.0) (CC K&S HMC10.03) Benchmark: 5.1 Evaluate parenting practices that maximize human growth and development. (*15.2; **5.1) (CC K&S HMPA10.01.05) 3 2 1 0 5.1.1 List criteria for selecting care and service for children. (*15.2.5) $ 5.1.2 Describe the family’s role as primary educator.

5.1.3 Examine biological processes related to prenatal development, birth and health of mother. (*15.4.1) (S3.7.1▲) (S3.2.3▲) 5.1.4 Determine how common practices and emerging research about discipline influences human development. (*15.2.3) 5.1.5 Identify methods for preventing abuse and neglect in families and children. (*15.2.4) 5.1.6 Demonstrate communication strategies that promote positive self-esteem in family members. (*15.2.2) Benchmark: 5.2 Analyze roles and responsibilities of parenting. (*15.1; **5.2) (CC K&S HMPA05.02.02) 3 2 1 0 5.2.1 Examine parenting roles across the life span.

(*15.1.1) $ 5.2.2 Explain cultural differences in roles and responsibilities of parenting. (*15.1.5) $ 5.2.3 Examine the financial responsibilities of parenting. (*15.1.2) $ 5.2.4 Determine societal conditions that impact parenting across the life span. (*15.1.4) 5.2.5 Determine the effects of change and transitions over the life course. (* 6.1.6) (SC AD 3.1) $ 5.2.6 Compare and contrast consequences of parenting relationships to the individual, family, and society. (*15.1.3) Benchmark: 5.3 Analyze the effects of family as a system on individuals and society. (*6.1; **4.3) (CC K&S HMPA10.03.01) 3 2 1 0 5.3.1 Analyze family as the basic unit of society .

(*6.1.1) 5.3.2 Analyze the role family has on transmitting societal expectations. (*6.1.2) $ 5.3.3 Examine global influences on family in teaching culture and traditions. (*6.1.3) (*6.1.4) Benchmark: 5.4 Evaluate external support systems that provide service for parents. (*15.3; **5.4) (CC K&S HMPA07.01.01) 3 2 1 0 5.4.1 Identify community resources and services available to families. *(15.3.1) $ 5.4.2 Explain how family and consumer sciences careers assist the work of the family. (*6.1.7) $ 5.4.3 Evaluate community resources that provide opportunities related to parenting. (*15.3.3) $ 5.4.4 Review current laws and polices related to parenting.

(*15.3.3) $

Version 5.1 3.18.10 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2005) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Benchmark: 5.5 Analyze functions and expectations of various types of relationships.

(*13.1; **4.6) (CC K&S HMPA02.02.01) 3 2 1 0 5.5.1 Analyze processes for building and maintaining interpersonal relationships in families. (*3.1.1) 5.5.2 Examine physical, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual functioning in stable and unstable relationships. (*13.1.3) 5.5.3 Evaluate processes for handling unhealthy relationships. (*13.1.4) Benchmark: 5.6 Examine personal needs and characteristics and their effects on interpersonal relationships. (*13.2; **4.6) (CC K&S HMPA02.02.03) 3 2 1 0 5.6.1 Investigate the effects of personal characteristics and needs on family relationships. (*13.2.1 & *13.2.2) $ 5.6.2 Analyze the effects of self-esteem and self-image on relationships.

(*13.2.3) 5.6.3 Analyze the effects of life span events and conditions on family relationships. (*13.2.4) $ Benchmark: 5.7 Demonstrate standards that guide behavior in interpersonal relationships (*13.6) (CC K&S HMPA02.02.02) 3 2 1 0 5.7.1 Determine the ethical criteria needed to evaluate interpersonal relationships. (*13.6.1) 5.7.2 Construct guidelines for assessing issues and situations involving relationships. (*13.6.2) 5.7.3 Compare the opposing points of view of current ethical issues. (National FCS Std. 13.6.5) 5.7.4 Demonstrate critical thinking and ethical decisionmaking when making judgements and taking action.

(*13.6.3) $ Benchmark: 5.8 Evaluate effective conflict prevention and management techniques. (*13.4; **1.5) (CC K&S HMPA03.01.02) 3 2 1 0 5.8.1 Explain the origin and development of attitudes and behaviors regarding conflict. (*13.4.1) 5.8.2 Assess the similarities and differences among people that affect conflict prevention and management. (*13.4.2) 5.8.3 Apply the roles of decision making and problem solving in reducing and/or managing conflict. (*13.4.3) $ Additional comments _ _

Version 5.1 7-1-11 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006) and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Kansas Human Services Cluster Course: Consumer and Personal Finance CIP Code: Consumer: 19.0401 Family: 19.0799 Course # 22210G0.5011 Rating Scale: 3 Skilled- Works Independently 2 Limited Skills- Requires Assistance 1 Skill Undeveloped 0 No exposure- No instruction or training Learner: Grade: Teacher: School: Enrolled Date: Completion Date: Graduation Date: _ _ Learner Signature Teacher Signature Directions: The following competencies are required for full approval of a course in a Human Services Cluster.

Check the appropriate number to indicate the level of competency reached for learner evaluation.

Academic Foundations Benchmark: 0.1 Apply reading and writing, math, and science skills in personal, professional, enpreneurial and community situations. (CC K&S ESS01 & 09) 3 2 1 0 0.1.1 Use information to locate, comprehend, make inferences, and draw conclusions. (R1.4.2▲) (CC K&S ESS 01.02) $ 0.1.2 Adjust original rational number estimate of a real-world problem based on additional information (a frame of reference). (MHS1.3.A1 ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.3 Generate and/or solve multi-step real-world problems with real numbers and mathematical concepts. (MHS1.4.A1a,b,d ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.4 Research, apply, and evaluate information to accomplish tasks.

(SC CD 2.1) (CCK&S ESS03.04) $ 0.1.5 Apply fundamental knowledge of economics to enhance learner achievement. (EDC01.04.01) (CC K&S ESS09.11) $ Communications Benchmark: 0.2 Demonstrate appropriate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. (*13.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS02) 3 2 1 0 0.2.1 Use appropriate communication strategies for the most effective outcome. (*13.3.1) (CC K&S ESS02.07) (21st) (SC P/SD 1.2) (S1.1.5) 0.2.2 Demonstrate the use of verbal, listening, and writing skills to communicate clearly. (*13.3.2) (*13.3.3) (CC K&S ESS02.06) (21st) Problem Solving, Dilemma Solving, and Critical Thinking Benchmark: 0.3 Apply thinking and problem-solving processes to address personal, professional and community issues.(*1.2) (21st) (SC AD 1.2) (CC K&S ESS03) 3 2 1 0 0.3.1 Identify common tasks that require employers to use problem-solving skills.

(CC K&S ESS03.01.01) 0.3.2 Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills to improve a situation or process. (CC K&S ESS03.01.02) $ 0.3.3 Create ideas, proposals, and solutions to a problem. (CC K&S ESS03.01.04) $ Information Technology Applications Benchmark: 0.4 Use technology to access, manage, integrate, and create information. (CC K&S ESS04) 3 2 1 0 0.4.1 Use information technology tools to manage and perform work (school) responsilbities. (*1.2.5) (CC K&S ESS04.02.01) 0.4.2 Identify and use a variety of web-based tools for real world, global applications involving communication to collect and disseminate information.

(CC K&S ESS04.04.01) 0.4.3 Use technology to locate, analyze, manipulate, and interpret information in a knowledge economy. (CC K&S ESS04.04.03) (21st) (S5 1.1▲) $ Safety, Health and Environmental Benchmark: 0.5 Evaluate potential hazardous situations to defuse them and determine intervention strategies. (*5.5 & *13.4; **1.5) (CC K&S ESS06) 3 2 1 0 0.5.1 Manage the physical and social environment to reduce conflict and promote safety in settings (i.e. family, work, community, cyberspace). (*13.4.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS06.01) (SC P/SD 3.1)

Version 5.1 7-1-11 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006) and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Leadership and Teamwork and Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Benchmark: 0.6 Demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the family, workplace, and community.

(*13.5) (21st) (CC K&S ESS07&08) 3 2 1 0 0.6.1 Demonstrate quality work and effective communication by acknowledging diversity and cultural differences. (21st) (CC K&S HMC07.01.04) 0.6.2 Determine the most appropriate response to workplace (school) situations based on legal and ethical considerations. (CC K&S HMC08.01) $ Career Development and Systems Benchmark: 0.7 Analyze strategies to manage the multiple individual, family, career, and/or community roles and responsibilities. (*1.1) (CC K&S ESS09) (21st) 3 2 1 0 0.7.1 Organize a career portfolio (electronic or physical) to document knowledge, skills, and experience in a career field.

(CC K&S ESS09.04.02) 0.7.2 Recognize that individual career path has an impact on the national and global community. (CC K&S ESS09.09.03) $ Technical Skills COMPREHENSIVE STANDARD: 3.0 Evaluate management practices related to the human, economic, and environmental resources. (**2.0) Benchmark: 3.1 Demonstrate management of time, money, and resources in order to achieve goals. (*2.1) 3 2 1 0 3.1.1 Explain how individuals, families, and business make choices based on scarcity of resources. (*2.1.2) (FCCLA Power of One) (▫F.03) 2.A $ 3.1.2 Apply management, planning skills, and processes to organize tasks and responsibilities.

(*2.1.1) 6.A 3.1.3 Demonstrate ability to manage time in order to achieve short-term and long-term goals. (21st) 3.A 3.1.4 Identify and procedure to access community resources and services available to individuals and families. (SC P/SD 1.1) $ 3.1.5 Analyze policies that support consumer rights and responsibilities. (*3.2.4) $ Benchmark: 3.2 Demonstrate management of financial resources to meet the goals of individuals, and families across the life span. (*2.6 ( EB5i3▲K) 3 2 1 0 3.2.1 Examine the need for economic financial planning across the life span. (*2.6.1 & 3.3.2) (FCCLA Financial Fitness ( 21st) (H-G) 7.B $ 3.2.2 Demonstrate financial skills to meet the basic needs of individuals, families, and business.

$ 3.2.3 Describe services provided by financial institutions. (*2.6.2 ( 21st) (▫F.04) 7.B $ 3.2.4 Describe cost/benefit analysis. (*2.6.3)($)(21st) (▫F.10) 9.B $ 3.2.5 Evaluate sources and availability of credit used by individuals and families (*3.3.3). 3.A $ 3.2.6 Analyze the costs and benefits of spending, saving, investments, and insurance. (*2.6.4 & 3.3.4 & 3.3.5 ( 21st ) (EB5i6▲A) 4.C $ 3.2.7 Evaluate information about procuring and maintaining health care to meet the needs of individuals,family members, and business. (*2.1.6) $ 3.2.8 Identify local, state, and national taxes that impact budgeting.

9.D $ Benchmark: 3.3 Evaluate the impact of technology on the individual and family resources. (*2.4) 3 2 1 0 3.3.1 Identify current and emerging technology that impact individual and family decision-making. (*2.4.1) (21st) $ 3.3.2 Examine how media (i.e. movies, digital, video, print) impact family and consumer decisions. (*2.4.2 & 3.2.6) (21st) (S5.1.1▲) 2.B $ 3.3.3 Assess the impact of various forms of advertising on consumer behavior. (*2.4.3) (21st) 5.B $ 3.3.4 Identify benefits and risks of using technology to individuals and families. 4.E $ Benchmark: 3.4 Analyze interrelationships between the economic system and consumer actions.

(*2.5) (EB3i2▲A) 3 2 1 0 3.4.1 Identify factors (i.e. social, economic, cultural, and ethical) that affect consumer decisions. (*3.3.1) (H-G) 5.B $ 3.4.2 Identify strategies for opportunity costs. 5.A; 6.B $ 3.4.3 Demonstrate skills used in seeking information related to consumer rights and responsibilities. (*2.3.3) 4.B $ 3.4.4 Practice behavior that reduce the risk of identity theft. (*3.2.5) $ 3.4.5 Evaluate state and federal policies and laws providing consumer protection. (*2.3.1) 9.A $ 3.4.6 Evaluate how economic decisions made in other industries impact consumer choices. (*3.3.1) $ 3.4.7 Conduct SWOT (Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities, Threats) analysis.

6.B $

Version 5.1 7-1-11 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006) and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Benchmark: 3.5 Analyze the relationship of the environment to family and consumer resources.

(*2.2) 3 2 1 0 3.5.1 Summarize environmental trends and issues that affect families and future generations. (*2.2.1) (H-G) (S6.3) $ 3.5.2 Examine behaviors that conserve, reuse, and recycle resources to maintain the environment. (*2.2.3 & 3.4.2) (FCCLA Community Service) (GB5i2▲A) (S6.3.1▲) 3.5.3 Understand that the environment is altered and effected by consumer behavior. $ Benchmark: 3.6 Analyze the impact of family as a system on individuals and society. (*6.0) (▫C10) 3 2 1 0 3.6.1 Examine family as a basic unity of society as it transmits societal expectations. (*6.1.1) (*6.1.2) $ 3.6.2 Compare global influences on the family in teaching culture and traditions.

(*6.1.3) (*6.1.4) 3.6.3 Identify the role of family in developing independence, interdependence, and commitment of family members. (*6.1.5) 10.C $ Additional comments _ _

Version 5.1 6.09.10 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Kansas Human Services Cluster Family and Community Services Pathway Course: Nutrition and Wellness CIP Code: 19.0799 Course # 08057G0.5011 Rating Scale: 3 Skilled- Works Independently 2 Limited Skills- Requires Assistance 1 Skill Undeveloped 0 No exposure- No instruction or training Learner: Grade: Teacher: School: Enrolled Date: Completion Date: Graduation Date: _ _ Learner Signature Teacher Signature Directions: The following competencies are required for full approval of a course in a Human Services Cluster.

Check the appropriate number to indicate the level of competency reached for learner evaluation.

Academic Foundations Benchmark: 0.1 Apply reading and writing, math, and science skills in personal, professional, enpreneurial and community situations. (CC K&S ESS01 & 09) 3 2 1 0 0.1.1 Use information to locate, comprehend, make inferences, and draw conclusions. (R1.4.2▲) (CC K&S ESS 01.02) 0.1.2 Adjust original rational number estimate of a real-world problem based on additional information (a frame of reference). (MHS1.3.A1 ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.3 Generate and/or solve multi-step real-world problems with real numbers and mathematical concepts. (MHS1.4.A1a,b,d ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.4 Research, apply, and evaluate information to accomplish tasks.

(SC CD 2.1) (CCK&S ESS03.04) 0.1.5 Apply fundamental knowledge of economics to enhance learner achievement. (EDC01.04.01) (CC K&S ESS09.11) Communications Benchmark: 0.2 Demonstrate appropriate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. (*13.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS02) 3 2 1 0 0.2.1 Use appropriate communication strategies for the most effective outcome. (*13.3.1) (CC K&S ESS02.07) (21st) (SC P/SD 1.2) (S1.1.5) 0.2.2 Demonstrate the use of verbal, listening, and writing skills to communicate clearly. (*13.3.2) (*13.3.3) (CC K&S ESS02.06) (21st) Problem Solving, Dilemma Solving, and Critical Thinking Benchmark: 0.3 Apply thinking and problem-solving processes to address personal, professional and community issues.(*1.2) (21st) (SC AD 1.2) (CC K&S ESS03) 3 2 1 0 0.3.1 Identify common tasks that require employers to use problem-solving skills.

(CC K&S ESS03.01.01) 0.3.2 Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills to improve a situation or process. (CC K&S ESS03.01.02) 0.3.3 Create ideas, proposals, and solutions to a problem. (CC K&S ESS03.01.04) Information Technology Applications Benchmark: 0.4 Use technology to access, manage, integrate, and create information. (CC K&S ESS04) 3 2 1 0 0.4.1 Use information technology tools to manage and perform work (school) responsilbities. (*1.2.5) (CC K&S ESS04.02.01) 0.4.2 Identify and use a variety of web-based tools for real world, global applications involving communication to collect and disseminate information.

(CC K&S ESS04.04.01) 0.4.3 Use technology to locate, analyze, manipulate, and interpret information in a knowledge economy. (CC K&S ESS04.04.03) (21st) (S5 1.1▲) Safety, Health and Environmental Benchmark: 0.5 Evaluate potential hazardous situations to defuse them and determine intervention strategies. (*5.5 & *13.4; **1.5) (CC K&S ESS06) 3 2 1 0 0.5.1 Manage the physical and social environment to reduce conflict and promote safety in settings (i.e. family, work, community, cyberspace). (*13.4.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS06.01) (SC P/SD 3.1)

Version 5.1 6.09.10 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Leadership and Teamwork and Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Benchmark: 0.6 Demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the family, workplace, and community.

(*13.5) (21st) (CC K&S ESS07&08) 3 2 1 0 0.6.1 Demonstrate quality work and effective communication by acknowledging diversity and cultural differences. (21st) (CC K&S HMC07.01.04) 0.6.2 Determine the most appropriate response to workplace (school) situations based on legal and ethical considerations. (CC K&S HMC08.01) Career Development and Systems Benchmark: 0.7 Analyze strategies to manage the multiple individual, family, career, and/or community roles and responsibilities. (*1.1) (CC K&S ESS09) (21st) 3 2 1 0 0.7.1 Organize a career portfolio (electronic or physical) to document knowledge, skills, and experience in a career field.

(CC K&S ESS09.04.02) 0.7.2 Recognize that individual career path has an impact on the national and global community. (CC K&S ESS09.09.03) Technical Skills COMPREHENSIVE STANDARD: 14.0 Demonstrate nutrition and wellness practices that enhance individual and family well-being. (*14.0 & **3.0) (FCCLA Student Body) Benchmark: 14.1 Analyze factors that influence nutrition and wellness practices across the life span. (*14.1) 10.B 3 2 1 0 14.1.1 Evaluate the relationship among physical, emotional, social and intellectual components of individual and family wellness. (*14.1.1) 7.B 14.1.2 Analyze the effects of cultural, and social influences on food choices and other nutrition and wellness practices.

(*14.1.2) 14.1.3 Examine the effects of global and local events and conditions on food choices and practices. (*14.1.4) 3.B 14.1.4 Identify legislation and regulations related to nutrition and wellness. (*14.1.5) 14.1.5 Examine how physical activity relates to wellness. (*14.6.5) Benchmark: 14.2 Evaluate the nutritional needs of individuals and families in relation to health and wellness across the life span. (*14.2) 3 2 1 0 14.2.1 Defend the impact of nutrients on health, appearance, and peak performance. (*14.2.1) 14.2.2 Analyze the relationship of nutrition and wellness to individual and family health throughout the life span.

(*14.2.2) 14.2.3 Evaluate the effects of diet fads, food addictions, and eating disorders on wellness. (*14.2.3) 14.2.4 Recommend reliable sources of food and nutrition information, including foods labels that relate to health and wellness. (*14.2.4) 4.B Benchmark: 14.3 Evaluate various dietary guidelines in planning to meet nutrition and wellness needs. (*14.3) 3 2 1 0 14.3.1 Apply various dietary guidelines in planning to meet nutrition and wellness needs. (*14.3.1) 14.3.2 Design strategies that meet the health and nutrition requirements of individuals and families with special needs. (*14.3.2) 14.3.3 Demonstrate ability to select, store, prepare, and serve nutritious and aesthetically pleasing foods.

(*14.3.5) 6.D; 3.D 14.3.4 Identify health and environmental benefits of eating a sustainable diet.

Benchmark: 14.4 Evaluate the influence of science and technology on food composition, safety, and related issues. (*14.5) 3 2 1 0 14.4.1 Describe how scientific and technical advances influence the nutrient content, availability, and safety of foods. (*14.5.1) 14.4.2 Assess how the scientific and technical advances in food processing, storage, product development, and distribution influence nutrition and wellness. (*14.5.2 & 14.5.4) (FCCLA STAR Event) 4.E & 4.D 14.4.4 Analyze the environmental impact of using sciene and technology in food development, storage and distribution. Additional comments _ _

Human Growth and Development B Course Topic Outline Pathway Level: Technical The following outline is limited to the technical portion of the course competencies. Local schools must ensure that the academic foundations, communication, problem solving, information tech, safety and career development competencies are embedded within the course as well. Please note, local schools may add to, but not delete from the competencies. Additional content is to be reflected by modifying the competency sheets to reflect the additions. All competency sheets are to be completed by the concentrators and kept on file until notified otherwise Technical Outline: (sample) An Introduction to Human Development Major Researchers: Erikson/Freud/Piaget/Montessori/Skinner Lifespan Development (Child, Adolescence, Adult, Senior Years) Normal Behavior/Special Needs Cultural Differences/Diversity Issues Brain Development/Functioning Neuron development Impact of toxins (i.e.

drug use, chemicals) Alzheimer’s Understanding Change and Transitions over Life Span [Early Years: Infant/Toddler/ Preschooler); Youth: (School Ager/Teen Ager/Young Adult); Adult (Middle Years); Senior Years] Disadvantaging conditions Child/Elder Abuse Physical Handicap Mental/emotional disorders Laws and regulations Elder Care/Child Care Regulations Foster Home Regulations ADA Prevention Strategies Legal Guardians Retirement Planning Elder care Insurance Estate Planning Role of Family and Consumer Sciences Education as Prevention Strategy Relationships Across the Lifespan Friendships, Dating/Life Partners Healthy/Unhealthy Relationships Parenting Children Being a good role model Importance of fathers Discipline—teaching morals

Emotional support—being there Accepting differences in children Children’s friendships—social development Caring for Aging Parents Building Interpersonal Skills from birth through senior years Role of communication Impact of technology (Media, Cell Phones, Social networking) Decision making/Problem solving Conflict resolution Personal Intervention vs Professional Assistance Recognition of personal needs Need for respect Need for independence Need for self-sufficiency Need for intellectual stimulation Need to be valued by society When to seek professional help Where to find help (profit vs non-profit entities) Ethics and decisions about providing/securing care (e.g.

age-appropriate, working with care providers) Career Issues in Human Growth and Development Legal issues related to this field (confidentiality, working with minors) Working within the legal system.

Role of professional organizations Role of family and community services occupations on local, state and national economies Social Service programs Elder care Foster care Half-way homes Role of advocacy

Family Studies B Course Topic Outline Pathway Level: Technical The following outline is limited to the technical portion of the course competencies. Local schools must ensure that the academic foundations, communication, problem solving, information tech, safety and career development competencies are embedded within the course as well. Please note, local schools may add to, but not delete from the competencies.

Additional content is to be reflected by modifying the competency sheets to reflect the additions. All competency sheets are to be completed by the concentrators and kept on file until notified otherwise Technical Outline: (sample) Roles and Responsibilities of Parents Parents and other childcare providers Readiness for children Life stages and the role of parents Financial responsibilities Family Structures Role of family in child development Cultural differences and stereotyping Changing face of US Families (demographics) Growth and Development of Children The ethics of technology (Surrogate Mothers/Gene Splicing) Reproduction/Mothers Health Issues Prenatal Development/Birth Nurturing and Bonding with Infants Ages and stages of development Impact of media on child development Computers/Gaming/TV programming/Video selection Discipline and guidance (“I” messages vs “you” messages) Abuse and neglect Nutrition and establishing eating habits Health Issues/Preventative Care Creating a safe home environment Balancing Work and Childcare Needs Financial needs and poverty (community assistance) Role of Health Care Balancing work, personal and children’s needs Selecting child care Options: In-Home Care/Day Care/Preschools Licensing/Regulations/Safety Determining factors

Parents as role models (role of fathers) Career Issues related to family Meeting the needs of disadvantaged individuals and families (e.g. abused children, at-risk children, poverty impact, physical handicap, mental/emotional disabilities) Profit vs non-profit agency Role of service providing entities on the local, state and national economies (e.g. social services, child or elder care, foster care, half-way houses). Legal and ethical issues of profession Basic understanding of legal system Family and community services occupations (e.g. family counseling, family therapy, social work, family services governmental agency, family and consumer sciences education.) Services provided Traits needed Education and Training Job Outlook Professional Organizations Role of family and consumer sciences education as a prevention strategy Role of advocacy

Consumer and Personal Finance Course B Topic Outline Pathway Level: Technical The following outline is limited to the technical portion of the course competencies. Local schools must ensure that the academic foundations, communication, problem solving, information tech, safety and career development competencies are embedded within the course as well. Please note, local schools may add to, but not delete from the competencies. Additional content is to be reflected by modifying the competency sheets to reflect the additions. All competency sheets are to be completed by the concentrators and kept on file until notified otherwise.

Technical Content: (sample) Needs vs. Wants Similarities and Differences How do families make choices? Decision Making Use of technology to gather information (reliable sources of information) Media Influence/Advertising Influences (social, culture, ethics) Economy’s impact on consumer decisions/actions Resources Organizing Tasks and Responsibilities Time Management to Achieve Goals Community Resources for Individuals and Families Where are they?

How to access them Impact of future trends on individual decisions Impact of individual decisions on environment (recycle, reuse, conservation) Consumer Rights and Responsibilities Policies and Legislation for Consumer Protection/Consumer Laws Bill of Consumer Rights Role of Taxation Identify Theft How to avoid it How to respond if it happens Moving from consumer to advocate for policy change. Financial Planning What is it? How to develop a financial plan Spending vs. Saving

Financial Institutions Services Provided, Costs to Consumer, Benefits Credit types Cost and Benefit Analysis SWOT Analysis (strength, weakness, opportunity and threats) Opportunity Costs Savings/Investments Predicting future economy Analyzing investment types Role of Insurance Property, Medical, Life, Disability, etc.

Importance of wills Family role in teaching financial literacy Cultural views on spending/saving/investing Teaching literacy to children (By example, Encouraging Savings, Checking Accounts, Providing Allowances/Spending Plans, Allowing children to make own financial decisions.) Consumer Services Careers The difference between customer service and consumer service Review careers (i.e. financial planner, credit counselor, insurance agent, FACS Educator) Education Training Job outlook Professional Associations

Version 1.1 9.23.11 Nutrition and Wellness B Cross-Walking Key: *National (2008) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Kansas Human Services Cluster Family and Community Services Pathway Course: Nutrition and Wellness B CIP Code: 19.0799 Course # 08067 Rating Scale: 3 Skilled- Works Independently 2 Limited Skills- Requires Assistance 1 Skill Undeveloped 0 No exposure- No instruction or training Learner: Grade: Teacher: School: Enrolled Date: Completion Date: Graduation Date: _ _ Learner Signature Teacher Signature Directions: The following competencies are required for full approval of a course in a Human Services Cluster.

Check the appropriate number to indicate the level of competency reached for learner evaluation.

Academic Foundations Benchmark: 0.1 Apply reading and writing, math, and science skills in personal, professional, enpreneurial and community situations. (CC K&S ESS01 & 09) 3 2 1 0 0.1.1 Use information to locate, comprehend, make inferences, and draw conclusions. (R1.4.2▲) (CC K&S ESS 01.02) 0.1.2 Adjust original rational number estimate of a real-world problem based on additional information (a frame of reference). (MHS1.3.A1 ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.3 Generate and/or solve multi-step real-world problems with real numbers and mathematical concepts. (MHS1.4.A1a,b,d ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.4 Research, apply, and evaluate information to accomplish tasks.

(SC CD 2.1) (CCK&S ESS03.04) 0.1.5 Apply fundamental knowledge of economics to enhance learner achievement. (EDC01.04.01) (CC K&S ESS09.11) Communications Benchmark: 0.2 Demonstrate appropriate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. (*13.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS02) 3 2 1 0 0.2.1 Use appropriate communication strategies for the most effective outcome. (*13.3.1) (CC K&S ESS02.07) (21st) (SC P/SD 1.2) (S1.1.5) 0.2.2 Demonstrate the use of verbal, listening, and writing skills to communicate clearly. (*13.3.2) (*13.3.3) (CC K&S ESS02.06) (21st) Problem Solving, Dilemma Solving, and Critical Thinking Benchmark: 0.3 Apply thinking and problem-solving processes to address personal, professional and community issues.(*1.2) (21st) (SC AD 1.2) (CC K&S ESS03) 3 2 1 0 0.3.1 Identify common tasks that require employers to use problem-solving skills.

(CC K&S ESS03.01.01) 0.3.2 Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills to improve a situation or process. (CC K&S ESS03.01.02) 0.3.3 Create ideas, proposals, and solutions to a problem. (CC K&S ESS03.01.04) Information Technology Applications Benchmark: 0.4 Use technology to access, manage, integrate, and create information. (CC K&S ESS04) 3 2 1 0 0.4.1 Use information technology tools to manage and perform work (school) responsilbities. (*1.2.5) (CC K&S ESS04.02.01) 0.4.2 Identify and use a variety of web-based tools for real world, global applications involving communication to collect and disseminate information.

(CC K&S ESS04.04.01) 0.4.3 Use technology to locate, analyze, manipulate, and interpret information in a knowledge economy. (CC K&S ESS04.04.03) (21st) (S5 1.1▲) Safety, Health and Environmental Benchmark: 0.5 Evaluate potential hazardous situations to defuse them and determine intervention strategies. (*5.5 & *13.4; **1.5) (CC K&S ESS06) 3 2 1 0 0.5.1 Manage the physical and social environment to reduce conflict and promote safety in settings (i.e. family, work, community, cyberspace). (*13.4.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS06.01) (SC P/SD 3.1)

Version 1.1 9.23.11 Nutrition and Wellness B Cross-Walking Key: *National (2008) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Leadership and Teamwork and Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Benchmark: 0.6 Demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the family, workplace, and community.

(*13.5) (21st) (CC K&S ESS07&08) 3 2 1 0 0.6.1 Demonstrate quality work and effective communication by acknowledging diversity and cultural differences. (21st) (CC K&S HMC07.01.04) 0.6.2 Determine the most appropriate response to workplace (school) situations based on legal and ethical considerations. (CC K&S HMC08.01) Career Development and Systems Benchmark: 0.7 Analyze strategies to manage the multiple individual, family, career, and/or community roles and responsibilities. (*1.1) (CC K&S ESS09) (21st) 3 2 1 0 0.7.1 Organize a career portfolio (electronic or physical) to document knowledge, skills, and experience in a career field.

(CC K&S ESS09.04.02) 0.7.2 Recognize that individual career path has an impact on the national and global community. (CC K&S ESS09.09.03) Technical Skills COMPREHENSIVE STANDARD: 14.0 Demonstrate nutrition and wellness practices that enhance individual and family well-being. (*14.0 & **3.0) (FCCLA Student Body) Benchmark: 14.1 Analyze factors that influence nutrition and wellness practices across the life span. (*14.1) 10.B 3 2 1 0 14.1.1 Evaluate the relationship among physical, emotional, social and intellectual components of individual and family wellness. (*14.1.1) 7.B 14.1.2 Analyze the effects of cultural, and social influences on food choices and other nutrition and wellness practices.

(*14.1.2) 14.1.3 Examine the effects global and local events and conditions have on food availability, choices and consumer practices. (*14.1.4, 14.4.3) 3.B 14.1.4 Identify legislation and regulations related to nutrition and wellness (i.e. food inspections, labeling laws and workings of USDA and FDA). (*14.1.5) 14.1.5 Summarize information about procuring and maintaining health care to meet the needs of individuals and families. (*2.1.6) 14.1.6 Examine how physical activity relates to wellness. (*14.6.5) Benchmark: 14.2 Evaluate the nutritional needs of individuals and families in relation to health and wellness across the life span.

(*14.2) 3 2 1 0 14.2.1 Defend the impact of good nutrition on health, appearance, and peak performance. (*14.2.1) 14.2.2 Analyze the relationship of nutrition and wellness (i.e. nutrient needs) to individual and family health throughout the life span. (*9.3.1, 9.4.1, 14.2.2) 14.2.3 Evaluate the effects of diet fads, food addictions, and eating disorders on wellness. (*14.2.3) 14.2.4 Analyze nutrient data and recommend reliable sources of food and nutrition information that relate to health and wellness. (*9.3.2, 14.2.4) 4.B Benchmark: 14.3 Evaluate various dietary guidelines in planning to meet nutrition and wellness needs.

(*14.3) 3 2 1 0 14.3.1 Apply various dietary guidelines in planning to meet nutrition and wellness needs. (*14.3.1) 14.3.2 Identify strategies that meet the health and nutrition requirements of individuals and families (i.e. age related, special needs). (*14.3.2) 14.3.3 Analyze the relationship between knowing how to cook to prevention of, or improvement of health conditions (e.g. obesity, high blood pressure). 14.3.4 Demonstrate cooking methods that increase nutritional value, lower sodium, calories and/or fat content. (*8.5.14) 14.3.5 Apply menu planning principles to develop and modify menus to address a range of health related conditions (e.g.

early child, senior years, lower blood pressure, loose body fat). (*8.4.2, 9.4.4) 14.3.6 Demonstrate ability to select, store, prepare, and serve nutritious and aesthetically pleasing foods while using safe food handling techniques. (*8.2.6, 8.2.7, 9.2.6, 14.3.5) 6.D; 3.D 14.3.7 Identify health and environmental benefits of eating a sustainable diet. Benchmark: 14.4 Evaluate the influence of science and technology on food composition, safety, and related issues. (*14.5) 3 2 1 0 14.4.1 Describe how scientific and technical advances influence the nutrient content, availability, and safety of foods.

(*14.5.1) 14.4.2 Assess how the scientific and technical advances in food processing, storage, product development, and distribution influence nutrition and wellness(i.e. analyze new

Version 1.1 9.23.11 Nutrition and Wellness B Cross-Walking Key: *National (2008) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) products).

(*9.6.6, 14.5.2 & 14.5.4) (FCCLA STAR Event) 4.E & 4.D 14.4.3 Analyze the environmental impact of using sciene and technology in food development, storage and distribution. 14.4.4 Review public dialogue related to food safety, food technologies and related topics for accuracy of information. (*15.4.6) Benchmark: 14.5 Analyze career paths within the food science, food technologies, dietetics and nutrition industries. (*9.0) 3 2 1 0 14.5.1 Explain roles and responsibilities of individuals engaged in food science, food technology, dietetics and nutrition careers. (*9.1.1) 14.5.2 Analyze opportunities for employment and entrepreneurial endeavors.

(*9.1.2) 14.5.3 Summarize education and training requirements and opportunities for career paths in nutrition and wellness (i.e. nutrition educator, dietitian, food scientist, food developer, professional food taster, family and consumer sciences educator). (*9.1.3) 14.5.4 Analyze the role of professional organizations in food science, food technology, dietetics and nutrition careers.. (*9.1.6) 14.5.5 Identify strategies that enable nutrition and wellness professionals to become advocates. (*1.3.6) Additional comments _ _

Version 5.3 2.10.11 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Kansas Human Services Cluster Consumer Services/Family & Community Services Pathways Course: Career & Community Connections (Application Course) CIP Code: Consumer: 19.0401 Family: 19.0799 Course # 22250 Credit: 1 Rating Scale: 3 Skilled- Works Independently 2 Limited Skills- Requires Assistance 1 Skill Undeveloped 0 No exposure- No instruction or training Learner: Grade: Teacher: School: Enrolled Date: Completion Date: Graduation Date: _ _ Learner Signature Teacher Signature Directions: The following competencies are required for full approval of a course in a Human Services Cluster.

Check the appropriate number to indicate the level of competency reached for learner evaluation. Academic Foundations Benchmark: 0.1 Apply reading and writing, math, and science skills in personal, professional, enpreneurial and community situations. (CC K&S ESS01 & 09) 3 2 1 0 0.1.1 Use information to locate, comprehend, make inferences, and draw conclusions. (R1.4.2▲) (CC K&S ESS 01.02) 0.1.2 Adjust original rational number estimate of a real-world problem based on additional information (a frame of reference). (MHS1.3.A1 ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.3 Generate and/or solve multi-step real-world problems with real numbers and mathematical concepts.

(MHS1.4.A1a,b,d ( CC K&S ESS01.03) 0.1.4 Research, apply, and evaluate information to accomplish tasks. (SC CD 2.1) (CCK&S ESS03.04) 0.1.5 Apply fundamental knowledge of economics to enhance learner achievement. (EDC01.04.01) (CC K&S ESS09.11) Communications Benchmark: 0.2 Demonstrate appropriate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. (*13.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS02) 3 2 1 0 0.2.1 Use appropriate communication strategies for the most effective outcome. (*13.3.1) (CC K&S ESS02.07) (21st) (SC P/SD 1.2) (S1.1.5) 0.2.2 Demonstrate the use of verbal, listening, and writing skills to communicate clearly.

(*13.3.2) (*13.3.3) (CC K&S ESS02.06) (21st) Problem Solving, Dilemma Solving, and Critical Thinking Benchmark: 0.3 Apply thinking and problem-solving processes to address personal, professional and community issues.(*1.2) (21st) (SC AD 1.2) (CC K&S ESS03) 3 2 1 0 0.3.1 Identify common tasks that require employers to use problem-solving skills. (CC K&S ESS03.01.01) 0.3.2 Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills to improve a situation or process. (CC K&S ESS03.01.02) 0.3.3 Create ideas, proposals, and solutions to a problem. (CC K&S ESS03.01.04) Information Technology Applications Benchmark: 0.4 Use technology to access, manage, integrate, and create information.

(CC K&S ESS04) 3 2 1 0 0.4.1 Use information technology tools to manage and perform work (school) responsibilities. (*1.2.5) (CC K&S ESS04.02.01) 0.4.2 Identify and use a variety of web-based tools for real world, global applications involving communication to collect and disseminate information. (CC K&S ESS04.04.01) 0.4.3 Use technology to locate, analyze, manipulate, and interpret information in a knowledge economy. (CC K&S ESS04.04.03) (21st) (S5 1.1▲) Safety, Health and Environmental Benchmark: 0.5 Evaluate potential hazardous situations to defuse them and determine intervention strategies.

(*5.5 & *13.4; **1.5) (CC K&S ESS06) 3 2 1 0 0.5.1 Manage the physical and social environment to reduce conflict and promote safety in settings (i.e. family, work, community, and cyberspace). (*13.4.3) (21st) (CC K&S ESS06.01) (SC P/SD 3.1)

Version 5.3 2.10.11 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) Leadership and Teamwork and Ethics and Legal Responsibilities Benchmark: 0.6 Demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the family, workplace, and community.

(*13.5) (21st) (CC K&S ESS07&08) 3 2 1 0 0.6.1 Demonstrate quality work and effective communication by acknowledging diversity and cultural differences. (21st) (CC K&S HMC07.01.04) 0.6.2 Determine the most appropriate response to workplace (school) situations based on legal and ethical considerations. (CC K&S HMC08.01) Career Development and Systems Benchmark: 0.7 Analyze strategies to manage the multiple individual, family, career, and/or community roles and responsibilities. (*1.1) (CC K&S ESS09) (21st) 3 2 1 0 0.7.1 Organize a career portfolio (electronic or physical) to document knowledge, skills, and experience in a career field.

(CC K&S ESS09.04.02) 0.7.2 Recognize that individual career path has an impact on the national and global community. (CC K&S ESS09.09.03) Technical Skills COMPREHENSIVE STANDARD: 7.0 Synthesize knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in human services. Benchmark: 7.1. Enhance self-development throughout the life span. 3 2 1 0 7.1.1 Analyze goals that support individuals and family members in carrying out community and civic responsibilities. (*1.3.1) (GovB2i2▲K) (SC P/SD2.1) 4.A 7.1.2 Determine management strategies for individuals to meet the demands of family, work, and community.

(*13.1.6) (SC P/SD 3.1) 2.E 7.1.3 Analyze personal, social, intellectual, economic, technical, educational, and recreational issues of individual and family under changing conditions. (*7.4.3) Benchmark: 7.2 analyze the reciprocal impact of individual and family participation in community activities. (*1.3) 3 2 1 0 7.2.1 Determine skills that provide beneficial services to the community. (*1.3.3) 10.A 7.2.2 Examine formal and informal community resources and support systems available to individuals and families. (*1.3.4 & 7.5.6) (SC P/SD1.1) 7.2.3 Summarize the appropriate support needed to address selected human services issues.

(*7.4.6) Benchmark: 7.3 Demonstrate respect for diversity and the functional needs for individuals and families. (*7.4) 3 2 1 0 7.3.1 Examine the impact of the global society on the need to appreciate diversity and address disabilities. (*6.2.5 & 7.5.1) (H-G) 7.3.2 Describe the impact of cultural diversity and disability on individuals and families. (*6.2.2 & 7.5.2) 7.B 7.3.3 Determine the roles of decision making and problem solving in reducing and managing conflict. (*13.4.3) (SC P/SD 3.1) 2.B 7.3.4 Demonstrate respect for diversity with sensitivity to anti-bias, gender, equity, age, culture, disability and ethnicity.

(*6.2.4) (H-G) (SC P/SD 1.2) Benchmark: 7.4 Analyze career paths within human services professions. (*7.1) 3 2 1 0 7.4.1 Analyze opportunities for employment and community endeavors. (*7.1.2) (Analysis) 10.A 7.4.2 Summarize education and training requirements and opportunities for career paths in human services professions. (*7.1.3) 7.4.3 Analyze professional organizations in community and human services careers. (*7.1.6) 2.C 7.4.4 Summarize licensing laws and regulations that affect service providers and their participants.( *7.2.3) 7.4.5 Compare professional, ethical, legal, and safety issues that confront human services employers (*7.2.2) 4.F Benchmark: 7.5 Demonstrate professional behaviors, skills, and knowledge in providing human services.

(*7.3) 3 2 1 0 7.5.1 Apply job acquisition skills to gain work-based learning opportunities in human services careers. (*7.1.5) 7.5.2 Demonstrate appropriate appearance practices for business.

7.5.3 Apply rules, regulations, and work site polices that affect employer, employee, participant, and family rights and responsibilities. (*7.3.1) 9.B 7.5.4 Determine situations which require crisis intervention and professional assistance.(*7.4.5 & 7.4.4) 9.A

Version 5.3 2.10.11 Cross-Walking Key: *National (2006)and **Kansas (2006) Family and Consumer Sciences Standards ($) National Standards for Financial Literacy (▲) Assessed Indicator for Kansas Assessment Tests (R) Kansas Reading Curricular Standards; (MHS) Kansas Mathematics Curricular Standards—High School; (W) Kansas Writing Curricular Standards; (SC) Kansas School Counseling Standards; (H-G) Kansas History & Government; Economics & Geography Curricular Standards; (S) Kansas Science Curricular Standards;(CC K&S ESS) Career Cluster Essential Knowledge and Skills; (CC K&S HMC) Career Cluster Human Services Cluster; (CC K&S HMPA) Career Cluster Human Services Pathway—Early Childhood (www.careerclusters.org) 7.5.5 Maintain accurate documentation to be submitted in a timely manner to appropriate sources.

(*7.3.3) 7.5.6 Demonstrate use of technology in human services. (*7.3.5) 4.D 7.5.7 Develop a portfolio utilizing a variety of presentation media. 4.E Suggested FCCLA Applications—Power of One, Dynamic Leadership, Leaders at Work, Career Connection, STAR Events

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