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Curriculum content descriptions

Examine the impact of changes and transitions on relationships (ACPPS090)

Elaborations
  • practising skills to deal with challenging or unsafe situations, such as refusal skills, communicating choices, expressing opinions and initiating contingency plans
  • asserting their stance on a situation, dilemma or decision by expressing thoughts, opinions and beliefs that acknowledge the feelings of others
  • assessing behavioural expectations in different relationships and social situations, and examining how these expectations can influence decisions and actions
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
ScOT terms

Social relations,  Adaptability

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