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Macmillan Education, 4 Crinan Street London N1 9XW. A division of Macmillan Publishers Limited, Companies and representatives throughout the world. www macmillan caribbean com, ISBN 978 0 230 48200 5. Caribbean Examinations Council CXC 2015, www cxc org. www cxc store com, The author has asserted their right to be identified as the author of this work in accordance with the.
Copyright Design and Patents Act 1988, First published 2014. This revised version published 2015, Permission to copy. The material in this book is copyright However the publisher grants permission for copies to be. made without fee Individuals may make copies for their own use or for use by classes of which they. are in charge institutions may make copies for use within and by the staff and students of that. institution For copying in any other circumstances prior permission in writing must be obtained. from Macmillan Publishers Limited Under no circumstances may the material in this book be used. in part or in its entirety for commercial gain It must not be sold in any format. Designed by Macmillan Publishers Limited, Cover design by Macmillan Publishers Limited and Red Giraffe. CSEC Home Economics Free Resources, LIST OF CONTENTS. CSEC Home Economics Syllabus Extract 4, CSEC Home Economics Syllabus 5.
Family and Resource Management Paper 01 Specimen Paper 227. Family and Resource Management Paper 01 Specimen Mark Scheme 239. Family and Resource Management Paper 02 Specimen Paper 241. Family and Resource Management Paper 02 Specimen Mark Scheme 253. Textiles Clothing and Fashion Paper 01 Specimen Paper 266. Textiles Clothing and Fashion Paper 01 Specimen Mark Scheme 279. Textiles Clothing and Fashion Paper 02 Specimen Paper 281. Textiles Clothing and Fashion Paper 02 Specimen Mark Scheme 300. Food and Nutrition Paper 01 Specimen Paper 316, Food and Nutrition Paper 01 Specimen Mark Scheme 324. Food and Nutrition Paper 02 Specimen Paper 325, Food and Nutrition Paper 02 Specimen Mark Scheme 344. CSEC Home Economics Textiles Clothing and Fashion Subject Reports. June 2008 Subject Report 356, June 2009 Subject Report 363. June 2010 Subject Report 369, June 2011 Subject Report 374. June 2012 Subject Report 381, June 2013 Subject Report 386.
June 2014 Subject Report 393, CSEC Home Economics Food Nutrition Subject Reports. June 2004 Subject Report 400, June 2005 Subject Report 408. June 2006 Subject Report 418, June 2007 Subject Report 427. June 2008 Subject Report 436, June 2009 Subject Report 445. June 2010 Subject Report 453, June 2011 Subject Report 464.
June 2012 Subject Report 471, June 2013 Subject Report 477. June 2014 Subject Report 485, CSEC Home Economics Family and Resource Management Subject Reports. June 2004 Subject Report 491, June 2005 Subject Report 500. June 2006 Subject Report 508, June 2007 Subject Report 514. June 2008 Subject Report 521, June 2010 Subject Report 530.
June 2011 Subject Report 542, June 2012 Subject Report 553. June 2013 Subject Report 565, June 2014 Subject Report 577. Home Economics, Home Economics is an interdisciplinary field of study that comprises three major options. Family and Resource Management Textiles Clothing and Fashion and Food Nutrition and. Students pursuing this syllabus will develop competencies in an appropriate mix of. knowledge skills and abilities The syllabus is geared towards helping learners matriculate. to higher learning sustain lifelong learning integrate readily and attain employment in. industry in a wide variety of careers in Family Support Services Health Sector Food and. Hospitality industries Fashion and Interior Design. This field of study incorporates competencies and experiences which are responsive to the. Caribbean context of vulnerability to natural disasters food insecurity and instability in. family life and lifestyle diseases Additionally the availability of a variety of materials which. can be transformed into products that contribute to economic growth and sustainability. underscores the need for this syllabus, Home Economics is offered for examination as three options Family and Resource. Management Textiles Clothing and Fashion and Food Nutrition and Health Each option is. organised in seven sections and provides articulation into tertiary level education. programmes which allow students to acquire skills for advanced learning and for industry. and business, SECTIONS FAMILY AND RESOURCE TEXTILES CLOTHING AND FOOD NUTRITION AND.
MANAGEMENT FASHION HEALTH, SECTION 1 The Family Fibres Yarns and Fabrics Diet and Health. SECTION 2 Principles of Management Textiles colouring and Nutrition and Health. SECTION 3 Managing Family Care and maintenance of Meal Planning. Resources textile products, SECTION 4 Consumerism Clothing and culture Food Science and. Technology, SECTION 5 Management of Special Fashion for the individual Kitchen Design and. Events and the home Equipment, Management, SECTION 6 Work Careers Fashion Sketching Drawing Consumerism and. Employment and Pattern Purchasing of Food, Opportunities and Leisure Development.
SECTION 7 Housing and the Construction Processes Food Management. Environment Preparation and Service, Effective for examinations from May June. CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL, Car ib b e an Se con d ar y Ed ucat ion Ce r t if icat e. HOME ECONOMICS, Effective for examinations from May June 2017. CXC 11 O SYLL 15, Published by the Caribbean Examinations Council. 2015 Caribbean Examinations Council, All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or.
transmitted in any form or by any means electronic photocopying recording or otherwise without. prior permission of the author or publisher, Correspondence related to the syllabus should be addressed to. The Pro Registrar, Caribbean Examinations Council, Caenwood Centre. 37 Arnold Road Kingston 5 Jamaica W I, Telephone 876 630 5200. Facsimile Number 876 967 4972, E mail address cxcwzo cxc org. Website www cxc org, Copyright Caribbean Examinations Council 2015.
Prince Road Pine Plantation Road St Michael BB11091. RATIONALE 1, ORGANISATION OF THE SYLLABUS 2, RECOMMENDED TEACHING APPROACHES 2. CAREER CHOICES 2, SUGGESTED TIMETABLE ALLOCATION 3. CERTIFICATION 3, SKILLS AND ABILITIES TO BE ASSESSED 4. DEFINITION OF PROFILE DIMENSIONS 4, FORMAT OF THE EXAMINATIONS 5. REGULATIONS FOR PRIVATE CANDIDATES 7, REGULATIONS FOR RESIT CANDIDATES 7.
SYLLABUS FOR EXAMINATION IN FAMILY AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 8. SECTION 1 The Family 10, SECTION 2 Principles of Management 16. SECTION 3 Managing Family Resources 21, SECTION 4 Consumerism 26. SECTION 5 Management of Special Events 33, SECTION 6 Work Careers Employment Opportunities and Leisure 37. SECTION 7 Housing and the Environment 40, Guidelines for School Based Assessment 47. GLOSSARY OF EXAMINATION TERMS 66, SYLLABUS FOR EXAMINATION IN TEXTILES CLOTHING AND FASHION 69.
SECTION 1 Fibres Yarns and Fabrics 71, SECTION 2 Textiles Colouring and Finishing 76. CXC 11 O SYLL 15, SECTION 3 Care and Maintenance of Textile Products 80. SECTION 4 Clothing and Culture 80, SECTION 5 Fashion for the Individual and the Home 90. SECTION 6 Fashion Sketching Drawing and Pattern Development 96. SECTION 7 Construction Processes 102, Guidelines for School Based Assessment 112. GLOSSARY OF EXAMINATION TERMS 133, SYLLABUS FOR EXAMINATION IN FOOD NUTRITION AND HEALTH 136.
SECTION 1 Diet and Health 137, SECTION 2 Nutrition and Health 143. SECTION 3 Meal Planning Preparation and Dining 152. SECTION 4 Food Science and Technology 159, SECTION 5 Kitchen Design and Equipment Management 166. SECTION 6 Consumerism and Purchasing of Food 172, SECTION 7 Food Management Preparation and Service 179. Guidelines for School Based Assessment 192, GLOSSARY OF EXAMINATION TERMS 210. SPECIMEN PAPERS 213, CXC 11 O SYLL 15, This document CXC11 O SYLL15 replaces CXC11 0 SYLL02 issued in 2002.
Please note that the syllabus has been revised and amendments are indicated by italics. First published in 1989, Reprinted with minor amendments and addenda 2002. Revised 1996 2002 2015, Please check the website www cxc org for updates on CXC s syllabuses. CXC 11 O SYLL 15, Home Economics Syllabus, Home Economics is an interdisciplinary field of study that comprises three major options Family and. Resource Management Textiles Clothing and Fashion and Food Nutrition and Health Family and. Resource Management is concerned with effective use of resources to achieve individual and family. goals Textiles Fashion and Clothing focuses on the development of skills in the use and care of. fabrics and the study of fashion and design Food Nutrition and Health deals with the science of. food planning preparation and service of meals for the health and well being of the family. Students pursuing this syllabus will develop competencies in an appropriate mix of knowledge skills. and abilities The syllabus is geared towards helping learners matriculate to higher learning sustain. lifelong learning integrate readily and attain employment in industry in a wide variety of careers in. Family Support Services Health Sector Food and Hospitality industries Fashion and Interior Design. This field of study incorporates competencies and experiences which are responsive to the. Caribbean context of vulnerability to natural disasters food insecurity and instability in family life. and lifestyle diseases Additionally the availability of a variety of materials which can be transformed. into products that contribute to economic growth and sustainability underscores the need for this. Upon completion of the course of study the individual will exemplify the attributes of the CARICOM. Ideal Person self confidence love of life respect for diversity the ability to think critically and. creatively and sensitivity to issues surrounding the family community and the environment This. holistic development of students aligns with the development of the competencies advocated in the. UNESCO Pillars of learning learning to know learning to do learning to live together learning to be. and learning to transform oneself and society, This syllabus aims to. 1 develop knowledge skills and attitudes that will enable students to pursue post secondary. studies future careers and work associated with family and resource management food. nutrition and health clothing textiles and fashion. 2 develop an understanding of the skills required for nurturing the growth of individuals and. families and manage family life for successful living. 3 develop foundational competencies for the effective management of the interrelationships. among nutritional needs healthy lifestyle practices and the environment. CXC 11 O SYLL 15, 4 create an awareness of the value of indigenous resources of the region to aesthetics science.
and technology competencies in the improvement of social and economic well being. 5 provide opportunities for the development of behaviours for active involvement in the health. and well being of the home community and workplace. 6 equip students with critical thinking design analytical and problem solving skills through. authentic learning experiences, ORGANISATION OF THE SYLLABUS. Home Economics is offered for examination as three options Family and Resource Management. Textiles Clothing and Fashion and Food Nutrition and Health Each option is organised in seven. sections as outlined below and provides articulation into tertiary level education programmes which. allow students to acquire skills for advanced learning industry and business. SECTIONS FAMILY AND RESOURCE TEXTILES CLOTHING AND FOOD NUTRITION AND. MANAGEMENT FASHION HEALTH, SECTION 1 The Family Fibres Yarns and Fabrics Diet and Health. SECTION 2 Principles of Management Textiles colouring and Nutrition and Health. SECTION 3 Managing Family Care and maintenance of Meal Planning. Resources textile products, SECTION 4 Consumerism Clothing and culture Food Science and. Technology, SECTION 5 Management of Special Fashion for the individual Kitchen Design and. Events and the home Equipment, Management, SECTION 6 Work Careers Fashion Sketching Drawing Consumerism and.
Employment and Pattern Purchasing of Food, Opportunities and Leisure Development. SECTION 7 Housing and the Construction Processes Food Management. Environment Preparation and Service, RECOMMENDED TEACHING APPROACHES. For the effective delivery of the Home Economics Syllabus it is suggested that schools explore the. creation of partnerships collaborations with Ministries and Agencies of Government food service. businesses to include restaurants and delis garment manufacturing and retailing companies. to gain access to resource experts and facilities for observations training and workplace attachment. opportunities to complement delivery of the syllabus. CXC 11 O SYLL 15, CAREER CHOICES, Home Economics offers to students diversity in the career path they can chart The skills and. knowledge acquired through the study of the areas in this syllabus may be further developed through. post secondary and tertiary studies or through employment The professions included are listed. FAMILY AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, Consumer Advocates. Social Workers, Family Therapists, Event Planners, Entrepreneurs.
Home Economics is an interdisciplinary field of study that comprises three major options Family and Resource Management Textiles Clothing and Fashion and Food Nutrition and Health Family and Resource Management is concerned with effective use of resources to achieve individual and family goals Textiles Fashion and Clothing focuses on the development of skills in the use and care of

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