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Ch 26: Professional Knowledge of Family & Consumer Science Field

About This Chapter

This informative chapter can help you get reacquainted with ways to apply professional knowledge to the family and consumer science field. Strengthen your comprehension and ability to excel on an upcoming test using our short lessons, multiple-choice quizzes and practice exam.

Professional Knowledge of Family & Consumer Science Field - Chapter Summary

Study the application of professional knowledge to the family and consumer science field by exploring our engaging online lessons. Gain greater insight into job boards, home economics careers, job interview preparations and much more. After finishing this chapter, you should be able to do the following:

  • Explain how specializations in family and consumer science fit together
  • List and discuss careers involving home economics
  • Define and describe job boards
  • Outline tips for creating a great resume and cover letter
  • Share best practices for preparing for a job interview
  • Identify and describe national standards for family and consumer sciences
  • Discuss ways to incorporate student organizations into family and consumer science curriculum

Each lesson in this chapter is available 24 hours a day, making it easy to study during timeframes that suit your schedule. If you want to study while away from your computer, feel free to access the lessons using your smartphone or tablet. Mini quizzes and a practice exam can check your comprehension of concepts covered in this chapter. Our Dashboard traces your steps through the lessons and lets you send questions about specific topics to our subject-matter experts.

6 Lessons in Chapter 26: Professional Knowledge of Family & Consumer Science Field
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Careers Involving Home Economics

1. Careers Involving Home Economics

Learn about the various careers that involve some component of home economics. Compare and contrast the job duties of these different careers, as well as their median salaries and expected job growth rates.

What Are Job Boards?

2. What Are Job Boards?

If you have ever looked for a job online, you have probably used a job board. In this lesson, you'll learn what job boards are and take a look at some of the different types. A short quiz follows.

How to Create a Great Resume and Cover Letter

3. How to Create a Great Resume and Cover Letter

The first impression that a company has of you is your resume and cover letter. But how can you make them stand out from the crowd? Watch this lesson for tips on how to create a winning resume and cover letter.

How to Prepare For Your Job Interview

4. How to Prepare For Your Job Interview

The job interview is an important part of the job application process. How can you make sure that you do your best? In this lesson, we'll examine ways to prepare for a job interview, including what to do before, during, and after the interview.

The National Standards for Family & Consumer Sciences

5. The National Standards for Family & Consumer Sciences

Family and Consumer Sciences is a broad area that covers a variety of crucial skills related family life and various careers. Learn more about the national standards that guide this curriculum and find additional resources to help you learn about these subject areas.

Incorporating Student Organizations Into Family & Consumer Science Curriculum

6. Incorporating Student Organizations Into Family & Consumer Science Curriculum

In this lesson, you will learn about ways to incorporate student organizations in the Family and Consumer Science curriculum that will complement and reinforce the program standards.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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