VIII Twenty to Thirty-Nine

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

A. Physical and cognitive development B. Nutritional guidelines C. Safety and wellness 1. Drugs 2. Alcohol 3. Physical fitness D. Stages of emotional, moral, and social development E. Family and social relationships F. Societal and cultural awareness in early adulthood G. Major theorists H. Explanation of major theories using real world examples I. Critique of major theories J. Use of theory to predict and explain individual and group behavior and guidance techniques

  • (8) The student understands the development of adults ages 20 through 39 years.
    • (A) analyze various development theories relating to early adults, including biological and cognitive development
    • (B) analyze various development theories relating to early adults, including emotional, moral, and psychosocial development
    • (C) discuss the influences of society and culture on early adults
    • (D) discuss the importance of family, human relationships, and social interaction for early adults

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