HSC CAFS Individuals and Work Homework Book

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Help your HSC students grow their knowledge and reinforce their learnings with the HSC CAFS Family and Societal Interactions homework book. This booklet will allow students to have their writing checked and assessed weekly.

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Help your HSC students grow their knowledge and reinforce their learnings with the HSC Community and Family Studies (CAFS) Individuals and Work homework book. This booklet will allow students to have their writing checked and assessed weekly.

The book includes 17 questions which are formatted in HSC style and cover the Individuals and Work unit in the CAFS Community and Family Studies syllabus. A variety of key terms have been used across these questions to give students ample opportunity to practice their responses in the lead up to the exams.

As this homework book does not include sample answers, the answers are not published anywhere so the students cannot simply google the answers. The students will be required to answer by applying their own knowledge of the content.

The homework book can be differentiated to suit the students’ needs. Alternatively, this booklet can be used for revision of the Family and Societal Interactions unit.

Pack includes:

  • 34-page HSC CAFS Individuals and Work student workbook
  • Marking criteria
  • Teacher instructions

NSW NESA COMMUNITY AND FAMILY STUDIES STAGE 6 SYLLABUS (2016)

9.6 HSC option: Individuals and Work

NSW NESA COMMUNITY AND FAMILY STUDIES STAGE 6 SYLLABUS (2016)

9.6 HSC option: Individuals and Work

Outcomes

A student:

H2.2 evaluates strategies to contribute to positive relationships and the wellbeing of

individuals, groups, families and communities

H2.3 critically examines how individual rights and responsibilities in various environments

contribute to wellbeing

H3.3 critically analyses the role of policy and community structures in supporting diversity

H3.4 critically evaluates the impact of social, legal and technological change on

individuals, groups, families and communities

H5.2 develops strategies for managing multiple roles and demands of family, work and

other environments

H6.1 analyses how the empowerment of women and men influences the way they function

within society

H6.2 formulates strategic plans that preserve rights, promote responsibilities and establish

roles leading to the creation of positive social environments.

Students learn about:

the nature of work

reasons people work

  • to meet specific needs
  • economic
  • value and status

the labour force

  • labour force concepts and terms

– labour force

– employed

– unemployed

– employed part time

– employed full time

– participation rate

  • labour force participation across the life span 

patterns of work

  • full-time, part-time, job share, casual
  • permanent, temporary/contract
  • self-employed
  • shift work
  • voluntary
  • seasonal
  • working remotely
  • others

changing work patterns

social factors leading to changing work patterns

  • education/retraining
  • technology

– computers

– automation/robotics

– research and development

  • employment/unemployment
  • perceptions of gender
  • family circumstances, including structural change
  • government policy
  • economics

structures that support individuals in the workplace

rights and responsibilities

  • employees
  • employers

workplace structures

  • legislation, eg health and safety, equal employment opportunity
  • work conditions, eg awards, grievance procedures
  • trade unions
  • flexible work patterns and practices, eg job share, flexible work

arrangements

  • workplace culture, eg childcare, prayer room, kitchen
  • leave entitlements, eg parental, carers

individual roles

  • personal commitments and interests

– work

– leadership

– parenting

– caring

– volunteering

– religion

– recreation

– studying

– hobbies

individual strategies for managing multiple roles

  • negotiating and sharing roles
  • managing resources
  • using technology
  • accessing support
  • utilising workplace structures

youth employment

issues that impact on youth employment

  • personal management skills required in the workplace
  • steps taken to prepare and plan for a career
  • predominant patterns of work of young people
  • rights and responsibilities of young people in the workplace

 

Students learn to:

  • describe how work can contribute to the satisfaction of specific needs
  • compare and contrast the needs that are met through paid and unpaid work
  • explain how values and status of work impact on how a person perceives work
  • research and identify current trends in the labour force in regards to age and gender
  • account for labour force participation rates across the life span by researching:

– full-time versus part-time employment

– unemployment

  • describe each work pattern and evaluate the suitability of each for different individuals across the life span
  • analyse the relationship between patterns of work and the various social factors
  • explain the importance of rights and responsibilities in the workplace
  • analyse how rights and responsibilities are supported by workplace structures and affect:

– the wellbeing of the employer and employee in the workplace

– efficient work practices

  • examine the extent to which the workplace can provide equal access to work entitlements for females and males
  • recognise that individuals may have multiple roles outside the workplace
  • devise strategies that individuals can utilise to effectively manage multiple role expectations caused by changing circumstances
  • conduct a case study of the issues that impact on youth employment by considering the following questions:

– what are the factors contributing to youth unemployment?

– how can a young person optimise their employment prospects?

– how does work support young people to manage multiple roles?

Pack includes:

  • 34-page HSC CAFS Individuals and Work student workbook
  • Marking criteria
  • Teacher instructions

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