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Foods and Nutrition (FONR2G, FONR3G, FONR 40S): Courses in food preparation and nutrition including basic and advanced cooking techniques and nutrition issues such as environment, sports, diets, and world hunger. Students prepare and sample a variety of meals. 1 Credit

Clothing, Housing, and Design (CHDR2G & CHDR3G): This course is a study of clothing construction, fibers and fabrics. The emphasis is on the practical, but we will also examine the socio-psychological aspects of clothing. The clothing industry in Manitoba will be studied and students will make an analysis of safe work practices in the garment industry. 1 Credit

Family Studies  (FASR2F): This course is a study of the four areas of child development - physical, intellectual, emotional, and social - applying them to the study of children from prenatal to preschool age children. 1 Credit
Family Studies (FASR40S): Students will study both positive and negative relationships between people so that they can develop an understanding of the relationship skills that are essential for individual and family well being. Students will complete units on prejudice, personal safety, domestic violence, protecting children, and the internationally agreed upon rights of children.
Other topics of study to be covered are maternal and fetal health, parenthood, variations in family forms, senior citizens and coping with death and stress.
1 Credit
Native Studies (NASY2G, NASY3G, NASY4G): This course is an overview of native peoples around the world including traditional and contemporary issues regarding history, art, foods, justice, family, and values. Students have an opportunity to create native crafts and foods. 1 Credit
Infant Development Practicum (PAPR2S) This is an option course that provides students with the opportunity to observe and interact with infants (two months to two years). Students will provide basic care for these babies in a safe, healthy and stimulating environment. 1 Credit
Child Development Practicum (CCTV35G): Students will be involved with toddlers (two to four years of age). They will supervise and interact with the children in their daily routines. They also help carry out activities that promote physical, social, emotional and cognitive development. 1 Credit

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