CFC GENERAL YEAR 12

Course Outline 2019

 

Week Content Assessment

Term 1

1

⦿ the functional, social, cultural and economic features of products, services or systems developed for individuals, families and communities to meet their needs

Social cohesion

⦿ the concept of social cohesion

⦿ factors impacting on social cohesion within communities

cultural

economic

 
2

⦿ Cohesion, community and development and principles for sustainability.

⦿ Examining diversity and using a global establishment Millennium Development goal to macro analyse products and services

 
3

Products, services and systems

⦿ ethical, environmental and technological features of products, services or systems developed for individuals, families and communities

the application of ethical, economic and environmental factors when producing and evaluating a product, service or system

Year 12 Ball
4

Families in Australia

⦿ influences on the development of a product, service or system to meet the needs of individuals, families and communities

⦿ self-management skills to effectively use resources

⦿ the relationship between changes in family types and structures and community beliefs and values

⦿ the impact of change in family types and structures on community services

Monday : Sports carnival ( miss 2 lessons)
5 Work on task Task 1 : Brochure
6

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

⦿ the relationship between physical, social, emotional, cognitive and spiritual/moral domains of growth and development of individuals

⦿ theories of development

the relationship between individuals and their needs in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs – the five stage model

 
7

Growth and development throughout life

⦿ principles of development related to

heredity and environmental

cephalocaudal and proximodistal

simple to complex

rate of growth and development varies

critical periods

predictable sequence

laying foundations with each stage and area of development

 
8

⦿ The relationship between the principles and domains of development

⦿ Complete task due for week 9

 
9

⦿ Revision of theories of development

the relationship between individuals and their needs in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs – the five stage model

Task 2 : Growth and development-the theorist investigation
10

Cultural diversity

⦿ interpersonal skills for working collaboratively

teamwork

conflict resolution

assertiveness

effective communication

problem solving

⦿ impact of attitudes, beliefs and values on the provision, management and use of resources, networks and support systems

⦿ influence of cultural diversity within communities

customs

social cohesion

social network

beliefs and values

inclusivity

⦿ evaluation of resources and support systems to address social issues and trends

 

Term 2

1

⦿ interpersonal skills for working collaboratively

teamwork

conflict resolution

assertiveness

effective communication

problem solving

⦿ impact of attitudes, beliefs and values on the provision, management and use of resources, networks and support systems

⦿ influence of cultural diversity within communities

customs

social cohesion

social network

beliefs and values

inclusivity

⦿ evaluation of resources and support systems to address social issues and trends

 
2

Impacts on growth and development

⦿ factors impacting on the growth and development of individuals

biological

social

cultural

environmental

political

Task 3: Cultural celebration
3

The theorists

⦿ the relationship between growth and development for individuals and groups with respect to the following theories:

Piaget’s theory of cognitive development – the four stages of cognitive development

Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development – the eight developmental stages

 
4

Vygotsky’s theory of sociocultural development

o zone of proximal development

o more knowledgeable other

o scaffolding

 
5 Revision Task 5: test – principles of development
6

Equal Opportunity

⦿ aim and purpose of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984

⦿ the concepts of inequity and injustice

impact of inequity and injustice experienced by individuals and families in communities

 
7

Revision of Growth and development throughout life

⦿ principles of development related to

heredity and environmental

cephalocaudal and proximodistal

simple to complex

rate of growth and development varies

critical periods

predictable sequence

laying foundations with each stage and area of development

the relationship between the principles and domains of development

 
8

Bronfenbrenner’s theory of ecological systems

⦿ theories of development

Bronfenbrenner’s theory of ecological systems – the five environmental systems

 
9 The impact of change in family types and structures on relationships, growth and development of individuals and families  
10

Families in Australia

⦿ influences on the development of a product, service or system to meet the needs of individuals, families and communities

⦿ self-management skills to effectively use resources

⦿ the relationship between changes in family types and structures and community beliefs and values

⦿ the impact of change in family types and structures on community services

 

Term 3

1

Influences on individuals and families

⦿ family types and structures in contemporary Australian society

⦿ influences on growth and development of individuals and families

 
2

social

cultural

environmental

economic

political

technological

⦿ the concepts of laws, sanctions and social cohesion

the social and environmental responsibilities of individuals and family groups

Task 7: Family changes test
3

Inequity and injustice issues

⦿ locate, select, organise, present and evaluate information from primary and secondary sources

⦿ inequity or injustice issues experienced by individuals and/or families

⦿ the concept of advocating

 
4 Revision about Influences on individuals and families and Inequity and injustice issues Task 6 : Inequity and Injustice issues
5

Social cohesion

⦿ the concept of social cohesion

⦿ factors impacting on social cohesion within communities

cultural

economic

 
6

⦿ the relationship between laws, sanctions and social cohesion

⦿ the concept of human rights

aim and purpose of Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1986

 
7

Advocacy

⦿ evaluation of information gathered from primary and secondary sources

⦿ the role of the advocate

⦿ types of advocacy

self

individual

group

systemic

⦿ advocacy skills

active listening

effective communication

assertiveness

resourcefulness

negotiation

 
8

⦿ advocacy of a local, state or national issue

⦿ aims of empowerment

awareness of the rights of people

ability to make decisions

development of autonomous behaviours

⦿ the interrelationship between advocacy and empowerment

⦿ decision-making process, such as De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats, and consequence and sequel (C&S)

 
9

Ethical and legal awareness

⦿ rights and responsibilities of individuals and groups when entering into contracts

⦿ aim and purpose of The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 (registered 1990) and its effect on wellbeing of children, families and communities

⦿ aim and purpose of the Family Law Act 1975 and its effect on wellbeing of children, families and communities

aim and purpose of the Working with Children Act 2004 and its effect on the wellbeing of children, families and communities

Task 8 : advocacy project

Term 4

1

Revision Task 4: Externally set task
2

Social issues and trends

⦿ the effect of changing work and living patterns on the provision of community services

⦿ evaluation of products, processes and systems that promote sustainable patterns of living

human and non-human resources for working collaboratively

 
3

Government and community strategies

⦿ impact of change in family types and structures on communities

⦿ influence of government and community strategies on the development of individuals, families and communities, with consideration of the following factors:

social

cultural

environmental

economic

political

technological

 
4 Revision and test Task 7: family changes
5

Products, services and systems

⦿ ethical, environmental and technological features of products, services or systems developed for individuals, families and communities

⦿ the application of ethical, economic and environmental factors when producing and evaluating a product, service or system

 
6

Equal Opportunity

⦿ aim and purpose of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984

⦿ the concepts of inequity and injustice

⦿ impact of inequity and injustice experienced by individuals and families in communities

 

This document is subject to revision.

The Year12 GENERAL Syllabus for CFC can be found on the SCSA website.

http://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/