Posted: November 28, 2014
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Posted: November 19, 2014
What are some things that have to happen to have a healthy relationship? Write about 3 of them. Do you practice these things? What are three things that can destroy a relationship (don't put the opposite of the first part)? 1/2 page
Posted: October 24, 2014
Journal 5 We have been discussing morals in class. Write about a time when you had to really think about your morals (or the morals your parents would have liked you to have had at the time). Did you have to think about doing something that you knew was wrong? What decision did you make? What did your parents think? Length: At least 20 lines. Journal 6 What has been the biggest decision you had to make in the last year? Did you unknowingly use the decision making steps (or some of them). Elaborate on your options and how you weighted them to make the decision. 1/2 page.
Posted: October 1, 2014
Journal 3: If you moved into a 1900 House, what 5 things would be the hardest to get adjusted to and why. What three things (from your modern world) would you miss the most?? (1/2 Page). Journal 4: If you could have the perfect spouse, parent, child or even friend (pick one), what five personality traits would you like for him/her to have and why. I expect this to be about 20 lines.
Posted: September 18, 2014
Journal Week 2 How do you think you could improve your contributions to your family? Or, how could you improve how you interact with other members of your family? (1/2 page)
Posted: September 9, 2014
Hereis the list of assignments so far:Assignment 1: 1) Make up your definition of family (1- 2 sentences)2) Write 1/2 page explaining what you expect to gain from taking Individual and Family Dynamics 120. Journal 1: How do you appreciate each member of your family? To whom are you the closest? (1/2 page) Assignment 2:Questions at the end of Families Count Assignment (The fill in the blanks were done in class so if you missed out, please get your answers from someone or see me). See the attached document for questions (at the end).