Life Skills for the 21st Century: Human Services

Provide students skills they need to become future leaders

Life Skills for the 21st Century: Building a Foundation for Success is a comprehensive guide that prepares students to succeed in the five critical areas of responsible living: Home and Family, School, Friends and Peers, Community, and Work. The text provides the essential tools that students need to make healthy decisions, set and achieve goals, solve problems/challenges, and use critical/creative thinking skills. It also helps students recognize and manage their resources while practicing teamwork, leadership, and effective communications. Contemporary, real-world examples encourage students to apply their skills in practical situations.


Students use 21st Century skills to solve problems, make decisions, and develop and present information

Features and activities are designed to spark active learning that students can present individually and cooperatively with their classmates.


Interdisciplinary themes and activities help students practice skills in core subject areas

Activities throughout the book reinforce the core subjects of math, science, language arts, and social studies.


End-of-chapter questions and activities sharpen students’ skills to face real-world scenarios with confidence

Case Studies, Social Networking, Hot Topics, and Web Extra are just a few of the features that provide students the opportunity to use 21st Century skills.


Discipline: Career & Technical Education

Copyright: 2015

Grade(s): 9 - 12

Delivery Method: Print

Funding Sources: ESSER

Life Skills for the 21st Century: Building a Foundation for Success

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