Ch 5: GACE Health Education: Types of Relationships

About This Chapter

Watch video lessons on the types of relationships so you'll feel confident the day of the GACE Health Education assessment. Review relationship theories, elements of successful relationships and the importance of relationships at different ages.

GACE Health Education: Types of Relationships - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, our experienced instructors break down important relationship theories and concepts to prepare you for related questions on the GACE Health Education assessment. You'll review issues like trust and love in relationships as well as the behaviors that can cause relationships to become unhealthy. View the chapter's video lessons and you should be able to do the following:

  • Understand interpersonal relationship theories
  • List characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships
  • Explain how love relationships develop
  • Discuss the importance of interpersonal relationships and interactions
  • Describe the elements of trust in relationships
  • Recognize how group dynamics affect behavior
  • Define peer pressure
  • Identify common emotional issues in elementary students
  • Address challenges in teen relationships

With your mobile device, you can study the types of relationships wherever it's convenient. The videos are usually under 10 minutes in length and contain tags so you can easily rewatch major points. Be sure to take a look at the video transcripts too, as these can have links to more information about key terms or concepts. Once you're ready to put your knowledge to the test, you can take our self-assessment lesson quizzes.

GACE Health Education: Types of Relationships Chapter Objectives

The GACE Health Education assessment evaluates your preparedness to obtain teaching certification in the state of Georgia. The assessment, which is taken on a computer, consists of two tests that can be taken together or separately. Each test covers two subareas on health education topics.

The questions are in selected-response format, so taking this chapter's multiple choice lesson quizzes will give you experience answering such questions. The relationship theories and concepts covered in this chapter correlate with topics you'll see in Test I's mental, emotional and sexual health subarea. About 70% of the 100 items on Test I come from that subarea.

9 Lessons in Chapter 5: GACE Health Education: Types of Relationships
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Successful Relationships: Characteristics, Development & Maintenance

1. Successful Relationships: Characteristics, Development & Maintenance

Be it work, friends, or family, making a relationship work is hard. Creating a solid relationship isn't much easier. This lesson will point out the characteristics of solid relationships and some advice for developing and maintaining them.

Characteristics of Unhealthy Relationships

2. Characteristics of Unhealthy Relationships

Our lives are shaped by our relationships. We interact with so many people, and it's important that these interactions are positive and healthy. In this lesson you'll learn how to spot an unhealthy relationship, no matter what type of relationship it is.

Love Relationships: Their Characteristics & How They Develop

3. Love Relationships: Their Characteristics & How They Develop

Here we look at the development of love. What does it mean to be in a loving relationship? What are the steps that occur in every individual in entering one?

Social & Cognitive Development: Impact on Interpersonal Relationships

4. Social & Cognitive Development: Impact on Interpersonal Relationships

How does association with a group of people impact behavior and learning? Are friendships relevant to understanding the behavior of students in a classroom? This lesson discusses social development by exploring interpersonal relationship functions and types.

The Elements of Trust & Their Significance to Relationships

5. The Elements of Trust & Their Significance to Relationships

Do you trust someone with your life? Do you trust that same person with your bank account number? Trust is a difficult word to define as you will learn in this lesson. That's because it involves a lot of key elements that share a very intricate relationship.

Group Behavior in Social Psychology: Definition & Influences

6. Group Behavior in Social Psychology: Definition & Influences

Do individuals behave differently in groups than they would on their own? How do group dynamics affect our decision-making skills? You'll learn about the benefits and potential pitfalls than can come from belonging to a group.

How Types of Group Norms Influence Individual Behavior

7. How Types of Group Norms Influence Individual Behavior

Groups, though made up of individuals, have their own sets of norms. These sets develop as the group grows and interacts and can change a person's behavior that might be new to the group. Here we review types of norms present in groups and their potential impact on an individual's behavior.

Common Issues with Elementary School Children

8. Common Issues with Elementary School Children

While childhood is meant to be a happy time, there are many children for whom it is a time of emotional difficulty. This lesson looks into some challenges that are common to elementary-aged children.

Dating & Conflict in Teen Relationships

9. Dating & Conflict in Teen Relationships

In this lesson, we'll talk about romantic relationships during the teen years. We'll talk about the kinds of conflict that can happen in teen relationships and some of the consequences that arise from this.

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