I Professionalism

TEA Units of Study: TEKS "Knowledge and skills" subsections covered:

A. Relationship skills

  • (1) The student analyzes roles and responsibilities of caregivers.
    • (I) analyze relationship skills, including money management, communication skills, and marriage preparation

B. Prevention of family violence

  • (1) The student analyzes roles and responsibilities of caregivers.
    • (J) examine skills relating to the prevention of family violence

C. Legal aspects of caring for children

  • (1) The student analyzes roles and responsibilities of caregivers.
    • (E) investigate the legal responsibilities and laws involved in caring for children

D. Parenting skills and responsibilities E. Factors that impact family roles

  • (1) The student analyzes roles and responsibilities of caregivers.
    • (H) investigate parenting skills and responsibilities, including child support and other legal rights and responsibilities that come with parenthood
    • (F) analyze the impact of changing societal patterns and demographics on the role of parents, children, and other family members
    • (A) determine the roles and responsibilities of caregivers related to the physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development of children
    • (B) apply ethical codes of conduct to positive role modeling behaviors

F. Effective caregiving 1. Promoting physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development of children 2. Ethical and positive role modeling 3. Effective communication between parents and children 4. Resources for effective management of multiple roles that affect child care

  • (1) The student analyzes roles and responsibilities of caregivers.
    • (C) identify strategies for optimizing the physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development of children, including those with special needs
    • (D) write with proper voice, tense, and syntax, assuring it conforms to standard English, in creating examples of coherent written communication between parents and children
    • (G) access resources available for effective management of multiple adult roles that affect child care

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