Family Values and Relationships in Adolescence - Quiz & Worksheet


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When everyone in a family agrees that exploring nature is important, it is _____.

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1. If parents are religious, but their kids are not, it is considered:

2. Children tend to have _____ interdependence, but _____ autonomy.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use this assessment to check your understanding of family values and relationships during adolescence. It will test you on many of the vocabulary terms related to this subject.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Students who want to do well on this quiz/worksheet should familiarize themselves with:

  • Period of life between childhood and adulthood
  • Independence
  • Relating to others
  • When families disagree

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - read and pull the most important information from the related lesson on family values and relationships in adolescence
  • Defining key concepts - define key terms like independence correctly
  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about families in a different light

Additional Learning

For more information on this subject, take a look at the accompanying lesson Family Values and Relationships in Adolescence. It will help students achieve these goals:

  • Define adolescence
  • Define family values
  • Understand relationships and the balance between autonomy and interdependence
  • Differentiate between shared and non-shared values