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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Resources
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. AdolescenceUnderstanding Growth and Change Image Bank
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Secondary Sex Characteristics Image Bank
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Image Bank Brain Development in Teens
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Moving Toward Adulthood Image Bank
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Eriksons Stages of Adulthood Image Bank
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Marriage and Parenting Image Bank
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Image Bank Starting a Family
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Promoting a Healthy Family Image Bank
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Giving Unconditional Love Image Bank
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Health Through the Life Span Image Bank
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Physical Transitions Image Bank
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Emotional Transitions Image Bank
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Image Bank Expanding Opportunities in Late Adulthood
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  • Read the passage below and then answer the questions. (1) More teenagers than ever are taking on volunteer jobs. (2) Some teenage volunteers choose work that is related to a cause they feel strongly about, like keeping the environment clean and safe. (3) They may volunteer to help with a beach cleanup or to plant trees in a city park. (4) Teenagers who want to work with younger children volunteer in community centers or tutor. (5) Many teenagers help people unable to get around easily by taking a dog for a walk, picking up some groceries, delivering a meal, or just visiting. To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. TAKS Test Practice
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  • Read the passage below and then answer the questions. (6) Studies show that teens are successful volunteers. (7) They are reliable and friendly, and they are able to relate to younger children and to older adults with ease. (8) Volunteers can receive as well as give. (9) Most teenage volunteers stay with their assignments beyond their initial commitment. (10) Many teen volunteers make lasting friendships, learn new skills, and gain insight about future job and education choices. To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. TAKS Test Practice
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  • 1. What change, if any, should be made in sentence 2? A. Change choose to chose B. Change choose to used to choose C. Change strongly to strong D. Make no change To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. TAKS Test Practice
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  • 2. What is the most effective way to improve the organization of sentences 810? A. Move sentence 8 to come after sentence 9 B. Delete sentence 8 C. Move sentence 10 to come before sentence 8 D. Delete sentence 9 To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. TAKS Test Practice
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  • 3. Write a paragraph describing volunteer work that you might enjoy. Give reasons why you think you would be good at it. To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. TAKS Test Practice
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  • Make this Foldable to help you organize what you learn about growth and changes taking place during adolescence. Begin with a sheet of 8 x 11 paper. Fold a sheet of paper in half along the long axis. To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Before you read Foldables
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  • Fold into thirds. To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc.
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  • Foldables To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Cut the top flap along the fold lines. Draw two overlapping ovals, and label as shown.
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  • Transparencies To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Secondary Sex Characteristics The exact age at which puberty begins is primarily determined by heredity. The changes do not occur overnight but gradually unfold over several months or years.
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Brain Development in Teens Transparencies Over the past 25 years, neuroscientists have discovered a great deal about the human brain. Recent imaging techniques have enabled scientists to examine the brains of people throughout their life spansincluding the teen years.
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  • To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Eriksons Stages of Adulthood Transparencies The adult years are made up of three major stages. Each stage is associated with a goal that involves a persons relationships with other people.
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  • Transparencies To return to the lesson, click the Back button or press Esc. Keeping your Body Healthy throughout the Lifespan Many of the health habits you develop as an adolescent will affect the way you feel as you grow older. Practicing healthful behaviors and avoiding tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs during your teen years will reduce your risk of developing serious problems such as diabetes or heart disease in the future.

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