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Topic 1 ~ PARENTHOOD. Year 10 Child Development. Lesson 2 ~ What is a Family?. Lesson Objectives . During this lessons you will learn about the different types of family that live in our society today.

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lesson objectives
Lesson Objectives
  • During this lessons you will learn about the different types of family that live in our society today.
  • During this lessons you will understand about the structures of families and how these affect parents lifestyles.
task 1
Task 1
  • Read through page 4 and 5 of the Judi Sunderland text book
task 3 what does each type of family mean
Task 3 ~ what does each type of family mean?

One parent bringing up a child on his/her own.

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Task 4 ~ add at least one advantage or disadvantage to each type of family

Parent can make decisions independently

plenary
Plenary

Match the types of family with there meaning

  • Children live in two households because of divorce or separation.
  • Provides a permanent home for a child.
  • A child is looked after by an adult for specific periods of time
  • Mum, dad and children all live in same house
  • One parent living with child/children
  • Uncles, aunts, grandparents may live in the same house or very close to a family.
  • Shared care family
  • Single parent family
  • Adoptive family
  • Foster family
  • Extended family
  • Nuclear family