FAMILY

Introduction

Family, a group of persons united by the ties of marriage, blood, or adoption, constituting a single household and interacting with each other in their respective social positions, usually those of spouses, parents, children, and siblings. The family group should be distinguished from a household, which may include boarders and roomers sharing a common residence. It should also be differentiated from a kindred (which also concerns blood lines), because a kindred may be divided into several households. Frequently the family is not differentiated from the marriage pair, but the essence of the family group is the parent-child relationship, which may be absent from many marriage pairs.

Task
  • DEFINE THE TERM FAMILY CORRECTLY
  • LIST THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FAMILIES
  • IDENTIFY THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FAMILIES
  • ILLUSTRATE ATLEAST ONE FAMILY TYPE AFTER WATCHING THE PRESENTATION
Process
  • DEFINE THE TERM FAMILY CORRECTLY

A family is a group of individuals, living together under one roof who are related by blood, marriage or adoption.

 

  • LIST THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FAMILIES

https://slideplayer.com/slide/7101141/

 

  • IDENTIFY ATLEAST THREE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FAMILIES

NUCLEAR FAMILY

 

EXTENDED FAMILY

An extended families are families with two or more adults( grand parents, parents, aunts, etc.) who are related through blood or marriage usually along with children Extended families live together for social needs/support and to achieve common goals.

https://media.istockphoto.com/photos/three-generation-african-american-family-relaxing-at-home-picture-id690793550?k=6&m=690793550&s=612x612&w=0&h=dN0IidJCjs32eKAjuaSNzn3Wv85VOCL0F9KXoNnfnkU=

 

BLENDED FAMILY

This type of family may differ from others in many ways, it can have two divorced parents with one or more children blending families or one divorced parent with kids marrying someone who has never been married and has no kids. These types of families are often looked down upon by people who prefer the nuclear family.

https://citydadsgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/sean-singleton-blended-fami.jpg

 

  • ILLUSTRATE ATLEAST ONE FAMILY TYPE AFTER WATCHING THE PRESENTATION

 

 

Evaluation
  1. Define the following:   
  • the nuclear family   (2marks)
  • extended family      (2marks) 
  • Blended family        (2marks)

 

     2.  list the people who makes up an extended family  (5marks)

     3.  define the term family                                              (2marks)

    4.  explain the benefits of having an extended family     (2marks)

    5.  draw and label a picture of the type of family you are apart of.  (5marks)

Conclusion

I hope that you have all learnt something new from this lesson. Families are important to everyone it matters not which one of the family you belong to. I want you to research two more types of family and come prepared to do a presentation to the class next time we meet As I leave you with this quote:

Credits
Teacher Page

Family, a group of persons united by the ties of marriage, blood, or adoption, constituting a single household and interacting with each other in their respective social positions, usually those of spouses, parents, children, and siblings. The family group should be distinguished from a household, which may include boarders and roomers sharing a common residence. It should also be differentiated from a kindred (which also concerns blood lines), because a kindred may be divided into several households. Frequently the family is not differentiated from the marriage pair, but the essence of the family group is the parent-child relationship, which may be absent from many marriage pairs.

  • DEFINE THE TERM FAMILY CORRECTLY
  • LIST THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FAMILIES
  • IDENTIFY THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FAMILIES
  • ILLUSTRATE ATLEAST ONE FAMILY TYPE AFTER WATCHING THE PRESENTATION

 

  • DEFINE THE TERM FAMILY CORRECTLY

A family is a group of individuals, living together under one roof who are related by blood, marriage or adoption.

 

  • LIST THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FAMILIES

https://slideplayer.com/slide/7101141/

 

  • IDENTIFY ATLEAST THREE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FAMILIES

NUCLEAR FAMILY

 

EXTENDED FAMILY

An extended families are families with two or more adults( grand parents, parents, aunts, etc.) who are related through blood or marriage usually along with children Extended families live together for social needs/support and to achieve common goals.

https://media.istockphoto.com/photos/three-generation-african-american-family-relaxing-at-home-picture-id690793550?k=6&m=690793550&s=612x612&w=0&h=dN0IidJCjs32eKAjuaSNzn3Wv85VOCL0F9KXoNnfnkU=

 

BLENDED FAMILY

This type of family may differ from others in many ways, it can have two divorced parents with one or more children blending families or one divorced parent with kids marrying someone who has never been married and has no kids. These types of families are often looked down upon by people who prefer the nuclear family.

https://citydadsgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/sean-singleton-blended-fami.jpg

 

  • ILLUSTRATE ATLEAST ONE FAMILY TYPE AFTER WATCHING THE PRESENTATION

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Define the following:   
  • the nuclear family   (2marks)

nuclear families has a mother and father  living together  whether married or at common law with their children.

  • extended family      (2marks) 

An extended families are families with two or more adults( grand parents, parents, aunts, etc.) who are related through blood or marriage usually along with children Extended families live together for social needs/support and to achieve common goals.

  • Blended family        (2marks)

This type of family may differ from others in many ways, it can have two divorced parents with one or more children blending families or one divorced parent with kids marrying someone who has never been married and has no kids.

     2.  list the people who makes up an extended family  (5marks)

grand parents, parents, Children,cousins aunts, etc.)

     3.  define the term family                                              (2marks)

Family, a group of persons united by the ties of marriage, blood, or adoption, constituting a single household and interacting with each other in their respective social positions

    4.  explain the benefits of having an extended family     (2marks) 

Extended families live together for social needs/support and to achieve common goals. They share with each other everything that they have they always seem to be happy.

    5.  draw and label a picture of the type of family you are apart of.  (5marks)

 

I hope that you have all learnt something new from this lesson. Families are important to everyone it matters not which one of the family you belong to. I want you to research two more types of family and come prepared to do a presentation to the class next time we meet As I leave you with this quote: