This course will afford students the opportunity to
acquire an in depth knowledge of nutrition and utilize this knowledge in the
planning of basic foods. Students will gain knowledge through teacher led demonstration
of basic food preparation. Special emphasis on
theory will be placed on nutritional needs of the teenager and planning meals
that meet both nutritional and lifestyle needs.
Child Development (22204)
11th or 12th grade Status, written application
course is designed to help students explore
curriculum that will prepare them for life as parents and for careers in fields
such as education, child psychology, pediatric medicine/dentistry, or family
therapy. Students will work with
children in a preschool setting supported by the study of child development
that emphasizes the preschool child.
Content in the areas of social, intellectual, physical, moral, and
emotional development will be applied through lesson planning, teaching in the
preschool, observing, and studying 4-5 year-olds in a part time preschool
laboratory setting and classroom setting.
Students will develop competence in developmentally appropriate
practices, positive guidance techniques, health and nutrition, and creative
teaching techniques. Higher-level skills
in oral and written communication will be addressed.
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