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FCSI Unit 2

Planning Process, adolescence changes, FCCLA creed

Social how we interact with others
Physical changes in one's body
Intellectual dealing with ones thinking
Emotional dealing with the way one feels (scared, excited, frustrated)
values what is important to you
Self-esteem Sense of worth you have for yourself
Identify concerns First step to the planning process
Set a goal Second step to the planning process
Form a plan List steps to accomplisch your goal; include resources you will need
Act Carry out plan; do it
Follow up Last step in the planning process; look back at what you did right and wrong
We are the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America
We face the future with with warm courage and high hope
For we have the clear consciousness of seeking old and precious values
For we are the builders of homes, homes for America's future
Homes where living will be the expression of everything that is good and fair
Homes where truth and love and secuirty and faith will be realities, not dreams
Examples of Social changes Friends are important to you, take interest in opposite sex, more responsibilities
Examples of Physical changes get taller, hair grows where it didn't before, you go through puberty, boys voices get deeper, bodies change shape
Examples of Emotional changes worry more, feelings changes quickly, learn how to control anger, express feelings more
Examples of Intellectual changes able to reason and solve problems, think about options and consequences, interested in listening to both sides of a story, express thoughts easier
Created by: dpilgrim24