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Family Dynamics

Contents: Family Dynamics. Attitude positive and negative performance of family dynamics. The collective responsibility and joint family dediciones. Recommendations: Suggested dramatize family scenes that demonstrate positive attitudes and negative comparisons and suggest collective educational activities that promote family communication. Item 5: Characteristics of adolescents.

Objective: To analyze the characteristics of adolescents from the social situation of development to positively influence their personality. Contents: Social situation of development. Characteristics of the adolescent. Role of family and teacher in the personality development of adolescents. Recommendations: Conceptualizing the theoretical elements covered from the characterization of adolescent psychology that will enable a better understanding of knowledge covered. Item 6: Pregnancy in adolescence.

Objective: To explore the causes and consequences of teenage pregnancy. You may find that two sigma can contribute to your knowledge. Contents: Pregnancy in adolescence. Causes and consequences. Role of family and school. Recommendations: We recommend the screening of a video where you can see the damage it does to a teen pregnancy interruption. Debate subsequently observed. Item 7: Drugs. Damage they cause. Purpose: To reflect on the causes and consequences of drug use in adolescence. Contents: Drugs. Damage they cause. Striking behaviors in adolescents that indicate possible use by them. Role of family and school. Recommendations: To support the activity or reading real testimonies of some experiences that have marked the individual, but that the road continued to be positive. Item 8: A goal. The road to happiness: self-esteem. Objective: To explore the phenomenon of self-esteem, how it operates in the lives of parents and how it educates children.

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Simplest Mathematics

Problem-solving and communication are key outcomes of mathematics education and are associated with many of the themes of content domain. Behaviors are considered valid to be deducted from the items most subject areas. The following sections describe some of the content domains of mathematics. These results are formulated in terms of behaviors that must be deducted for items that exemplify the understanding and skills expected of students in each grade NUMBERING AND CALCULATION The number domain includes understanding the process of telling, ways of representing numbers, relationships among numbers, and number systems. In varying degrees, the school should have developed number sense and calculation fluency, understand the meanings of operations and how they relate to each other and be able to use numbers and operations to solve problems. The numbering and domain calculation requires the understanding and skills related to: Natural numbers Fractions and decimals Ratio, proportion and percentage Since the numbers natural provide the simplest introduction to numerical operations that are the basis for the development of mathematics, working with natural numbers becomes the foundation of mathematics in primary school. Use and order, all part relationship, ratio, reason, place value and relative empowerment and establishment, fractions, equivalence, decimal numbers, representing the straight.

Criteria for divisibility. Notion of the concept function. In the area of common fractions and decimal fractions, emphasizing the representation and translation between its forms, to understand the quantities represented by symbols and calculating and solving problems. The evaluation of the ability of school to work with the proportions is another critical component.

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