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These subjects are then added to the compulsory language and life orientation subjects in the FET curriculum.
The Life Orientation Programme is assumed to be a further resource in South African schools to support young women and men who are parents.
The WCED has asked schools to use norms and standards funding to provide life skills textbooks for Grades 4 to 6 and Life Orientation textbooks for Grade 11.
The rural cancer survivors were also less optimistic, as measured by the Life Orientation Test, and less efficacious in seeking mental health support and cancer information than were nonrural patients, with significant effect sizes on those variables of 0.
She also facilitated the 2009 Healthy for Life orientation workshop in April 2009.
Using the Life Orientation Test Revised Questionnaire to measure optimism and cynical hostility, researchers categorized scores into quartiles: high scores of 26 or more were considered optimists; scores of 24-25 were considered mid-high; scores of 22-23 were considered mid-low; and scores below 22 were considered pessimists.
This means that whatever forces are at work that determine party identification in America today -- socialization, cultural patterns, social position, social status, and life orientation -- are already in place by the time young men and women reach the age of 18.
However, many of us in the health promotion field believe that a quality of life orientation could achieve hazards avoidance and problem amelioration results while accomplishing more.