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FACS Unit 2: Individual and Family Relationship 2009. Unit 2 Individual and Family Relationships. 2.1 Define terms related to individual and family relationships 2.2 Name characteristics of a positive and negative self-concept

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unit 2 individual and family relationships
Unit 2 Individual and Family Relationships

2.1 Define terms related to individual and family relationships

2.2 Name characteristics of a positive and negative self-concept

2.3 Match stages of the individual life cycle with the correct age range

2.4 Determine positive and negative habits that affect personal health

2.5 State the symptoms of stress

2.6 Name types of relationships and provide reasons for establishing meaningful relationships

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2.7 Describe effects of verbal and nonverbal communication upon relationships

2.8 Name the steps of conflict resolution

2.9 Name the types of family structures

2.10 Name the influences that may cause a change in family lifestyle

2.11 Identify types of peer pressure during adolescence

2.12 Describe the value of dating

2.13 Discuss the occupations dealing with relationships

2 1 define terms related to individual and family relationships
2.1 Define terms related to individual and family relationships

1. Attitude – a person’s basic outlook on life or a specific topic or issue.

2. Binge – indulging in something to excess, such as eating or drinking.

3. Bulimia Nervosa- a person with this disorder repeatedly binges the purges, by vomiting or taking laxatives, to prevent weight gain.

4. Cliques – a group of people who exclude others from their circle.

5. Communication – process of sending and receiving messages to share thoughts and feelings.

6. Anorexia Nervosa – a psychological disorder where a person eats very little or refuses to eat as they see themselves overweight even when they are dangerously underweight

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7. Date – a shared social activity between people of the opposite gender.

8. Date Rape – forced sexual intercourse that takes place in a dating situation.

9. Drug –a chemical substance that causes changes in the mind and body functions.

10. Empathy – the ability to understand what someone else is experiencing.

11. Environment – A person’s surroundings and everything in them, including both human and non-human factors.

12. Etiquette – manners established by society.

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13. Family – a person or group of persons joined together by blood, marriage, adoption, or other bonds, and who are committed to each other and provide emotional support.

14. Habit – regular repetition of acquired behavior pattern.

15. Health – combined state of physical, mental, and social well being.

16. Heredity – the sum of all the qualities a person inherits from his or her parents at birth.

17. Hygiene – practices that promote good health and prevention of disease, such as cleanliness and maintenance of skin, hair and nails.

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18. Infatuation – an intense emotional involvement that begins with a sudden strong attraction based on physical appearance or other obvious traits.

19. Menopause – the time later in life when menstruation ends.

20. Menstruation – monthly process, which occurs in women from adolescence through middle age, in which blood is discharged from the uterus through the reproductive tract.

21. Negative Self-Concept – when you see yourself as not being equal with other people.

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22. Peer Pressure – persuasion to conform to the group and go along with group activities.

23. Peers – the other people in a person’s age group.

24. Personality – the characteristics that make a person unique.

25. Positive Self-Concept – the mental picture you have of yourself as being equal with other people.

26. Responsibility – an obligation or duty for which a person is held accountable.

27. Rights – special privilege, benefit, or personal favor to which a person is held accountable.

28. Self-Concept – the mental picture people have of themselves; their opinion about themselves.

29. Stalking – to pursue obsessively and to the point of harassment Stress – physical or psychological tensions and strain.

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30. Stress – physical or psychological tension and strain.

31. Substance Abuse – misuse of drugs that damage an individual’s health and ability to function.

32. Sympathy – the ability to share another person’s trouble or suffering.

33. Tolerance – the ability to overlook or accept things you do not agree with.

34. Verbal Communication – expressing ideas to others by using spoken words.

35. Wellness – the process of acquiring and maintaining physical, mental, emotional, and social health.

2 2 name characteristics of a positive and a negative self concept
2.2 Name characteristics of a positive and a negative self concept
  • Positive self concept:
      • Respect
      • Reliable
      • Responsible
      • Has self-control
      • Sets and achieve goals
      • Avoids blaming others for mistakes
      • Resolves conflicts in a positive manner
      • Takes care of themselves
name characteristics of a positive and a negative self concept cont
Name characteristics of a positive and a negative self concept, cont..
  • Negative Self Concept:
    • Have self doubt/negative attitude
    • Easily persuaded by peer pressure
    • Doesn’t take care of health
    • Has poor relationships skills
    • Feels that the world is against them
    • Feels that there is no hope for improvement
2 3 match stages of the individual life cycle with the correct age range
2.3 Match stages of the individual life cycle with the correct age range
  • Infancy Birth-2
  • Early Childhood 2-6
  • Middle Childhood 6-12
  • Adolescence 12-20
  • Early Adulthood 20-40
  • Middle Adulthood 40-65
  • Late Adulthood/End of Life 65+
2 3 1 describe the physical changes which may occur in each stage of the individual life cycle
2.3.1 Describe the physical changes which may occur in each stage of the individual life cycle
  • Early Childhood:
    • 2 – 6 Years
    • Physical development progresses steadily.
  • Middle Childhood:
    • 6 – 12 Years
    • Physical development is steady and slow.
2 3 1 physical changes cont
2.3.1 Physical changes (cont.)
  • Adolescence:
    • On set of puberty occurs due to complex set of hormonal changes.
    • Girls reach sexual maturity as early as age 12 1/2 while boys achieve it later.
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2.3.1 Physical changes (cont.)
  • Hormonal changes
    • feelings of restlessness and irritability
    • mood swings
  • Peer pressure
  • Dating and romantic relationships
  • Struggle for independence
    • begins to resent adult interference
    • conflict with parent/authority figures
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2.3.1 Physical changes (cont.)
  • Changes of Adolescence for Girls:
    • breasts enlarge
    • waistline narrows
    • hair appears on legs, underarms, and pubic area
    • fat deposits on hips, thighs, and arms
    • oil and sweat glands more active
    • reproductive system matures and menstruation occurs
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2.3.1 Physical changes (cont.)
  • Changes during Adolescence for Boys:
    • neck thickens and shoulders broaden
    • muscles increase in size and strength
    • voice deepens
    • hair appears on face
    • reproductive system and sex organs increase in size; sperm production begins
    • A growth spurt usually occurs a year or more before puberty begins
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2.3.1 Physical changes (cont.)
  • Early Adulthood:
    • The brain reaches a stable size and weight.
    • A person has more muscle tissue, more calcium in the bones and a more efficient immune system.
  • Middle Adulthood:
    • Brain size diminishes somewhat.
    • A loss of reproductive capacity occurs (menopause for women).
    • Bone mass declines significantly beginning at age 30
    • Lens of the eye start to thicken which reduces vision.
    • Hearing loss may occur.
2 4 determine positive and negative habits that affect personal health
2.4 Determine positive and negative habits that affect personal health
  • Strike a balance between your emotional, social and physical health.
    • Positive forces that can enhance your health
      • Exercise
      • Learn to recognize and reduce stress
      • Get a minimum of 8 hours sleep
      • Eat following the food guide pyramid (www.mypyramid.gov)
      • Follow the dietary guidelines set forth by the FDA
determine positive and negative habits that affect personal health cont
Determine positive and negative habits that affect personal health, (cont.)
  • Negatives that can endanger your personal health:
    • Communicable disease
    • STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
    • Violence
    • Eating Disorders
    • Suicide
    • Stress
    • Not exercising
2 4 2 describe the effects of harmful substances on the body
2.4.2 Describe the effects of harmful substances on the body
  • Tobacco
    • nicotine--addictive drug
    • cancer causing
    • creates physical stress
    • secondhand smoke
      • 6 times highway pollution in crowded room
      • can be connected to SIDS
      • upper respiratory infections, ear infections in children
2 4 2 harmful substances cont
2.4.2 Harmful substances (cont.)
  • Alcohol
    • destroys brain cells--brain is smaller in drinkers than non-drinkers
    • excessive use of alcohol can cause serious damage to nearly every part of your body
    • teens are more susceptible to alcohol addiction than any other age group
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2.4.2 Harmful substances (cont.)
  • Alcohol (con’t)
    • movement, speech, vision and good judgment are all altered when consuming alcohol
    • becomes dangerous when mixed with other drugs
    • contributes to social problems
    • FAS/FAE (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome/Fetal Alcohol Effect)
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2.4.2 Harmful substances (cont.)
  • Inhalants
    • dangerous substances with fumes
    • sniffed to produce a mind-altering high
    • includes glue, hair spray, nail polish, spray paints, magic markers, white out
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2.4.2 Harmful substances (cont.)
  • Effects of Inhalants
    • dizziness
    • loss of coordination
    • memory loss
    • death
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2.4.2 Harmful substances (cont.)
  • Drugs
    • cause serious harm and even death
    • cause deformities, dependency, and death in babies of users
    • contributing factors in accidents
  • See “About Illegal Drugs” Handout
2 5 state the symptoms of stress
2.5 State the symptoms of stress
  • signs of stress
    • sweating of hands
    • headaches
    • tightness in shoulders or neck
    • feeling overly tired
2 6 describe ways to build and maintain positive relationships
2.6 Describe ways to build and maintain positive relationships
  • Skills:
    • Develop respect and trust within relationships
    • Show a genuine interest in others
    • be trustworthy
    • be understanding
    • be generous and unselfish
    • avoid stereotyping and prejudice
    • be considerate and respectful
    • be positive
    • be flexible
    • strive to resolve conflicts in a positive manner
2 7 describe effects of verbal and nonverbal communications upon relationships
2.7 Describe effects of verbal and nonverbal communications upon relationships
  • Verbal communications
    • expressing ideas to others by using oral or written words
      • examples: speech, writing, Braile, email
  • Nonverbal communications
    • expressing ideas to others through body lanugage
      • example: facial expressions, posture
describe effects of verbal and nonverbal communications upon relationships cont
Describe effects of verbal and nonverbal communications upon relationships, cont.
  • Communication is the sending and receiving of messages through words and gestures.
  • To prevent misunderstandings, messages should be clear.
    • Verbal messages:
      • consider the goal
      • state ideas in a clear and concise voice
      • avoid speaking for others
      • match tone with message
2 8 state positive ways to resolve conflicts
2.8 State positive ways to resolve conflicts
  • Steps in Conflict Resolution
    • Define the problem
    • Suggest a solution
    • Evaluate the solution
    • Compromise
    • Brainstorm
    • Mediate
2 9 match types of family structures with components of each cont
2.9 Match types of family structures with components of each, cont.
  • Nuclear Family - made up of a married couple and their biological or adoptive children
  • Single parent family - occurs as the result of divorce, separation, death, or having children outside of marriage
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Blended Family - blended family- either or both spouses have been married before and have one or more children from

a previous relationship

  • Extended Family
    • Another relative such as a grandparent or aunt, lives with the family.
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Adoptive Family
    • Parents legally adopt a child not born to them.
    • Because they can’t have children of their own
    • Grandparents adopt grandchild for legal matters
    • Relatives adopt family members for legal matters
    • Death of children cause children to be put up for adoption.
    • Foster Family
    • Includes a child not related to the family but cared for by them as a family member

Example: In Hot Springs

Hillcrest Children’s Home

2 10 name the influences that may cause a change in family lifestyle
2.10 Name the influences that may cause a change in family lifestyle
  • Divorce/remarriage
  • Death
  • New additions to family
  • Job loss/change
  • Moving
  • Income change
  • Social issues
2 11 identify types of peer pressure during adolescence
2.11 Identify types of peer pressure during adolescence
  • Clique
  • acquaintances
  • crush
  • infatuation
  • love
  • sibling rivalry
  • friendship
2 11 1 explain coping skills dealing with peer pressure
2.11.1 Explain coping skills dealing with peer pressure
  • Identify what behavior is acceptable and develop a code of your personal priorities.
  • Plan ahead for actions of negative peer pressure.
  • Be positive about choices.
  • Make choices based on your own values/standards.
  • Stand up for what you believe in; say ‘NO”
  • Suggest alternatives
2 12 describe the value of dating
2.12 Describe the value of dating
  • To learn social skills
  • To have fun
  • To learn how to give and take in a relationship
  • To learn to recognize the impact their words and actions can have on the lives of other people
  • To learn about the opposite sex
  • To abandon sex-based stereotypes (that not all women are like a man’s mother or his sisters.
  • All lessons learned through dating help people prepare for marriage
  • To learn what type of person you want as a marriage partner
2 13 discuss the occupations dealing with relationships
2.13 – Discuss the occupations dealing with relationships
  • Marriage Counselor
  • Mediator
  • Relationship Therapists
  • Psychologists