Translation of home economics in Spanish:

home economics

economía doméstica, n.


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    economía doméstica feminine
    hogar masculine Spain
    • When my mother was a home economics teacher she taught the full gamut of the subject, purchasing, costing, dietary values of food, how to shop in a butchers, greengrocers and fishmongers.
    • The school offers a wide range of facilities including five computer suites, art rooms, practical areas for home economics, eight science laboratories and music rooms.
    • I've never felt the need to make another metal coathook since leaving metalwork classes, but cookery and simple home economics would seem like a good thing to have in the brain.
    • Ogler wants to study psychology next year and said her best subjects, other than history, were home economics and biology.
    • At Junior Certificate level, deadlines are looming for home economics and metalwork projects, and practicals in home economics and music are set to begin at the end of the month.
    • As well as taking the oral exams, teachers also oversee practical examinations in subjects including music and home economics, between February and May.
    • The work will involve the refurbishment of specialist rooms at the school - woodwork, metalwork, science and home economics.
    • To this end, he was going to choose home economics as a subject at school, but his mother stepped in, offering him 100 bucks to take drama instead.
    • On the other hand, home economics was virtually empty, with Miss Orton teaching to a small knot of girls made to do the cookery class by their parents.
    • I had all the usual classes, plus physical education and home economics.
    • For the most part, the curriculum at this elementary school is typical: social studies, math, science, music, art, gym and home economics.
    • The programme is also looking at material needed for practical subjects like woodwork, bricklaying and home economics so that it can look at its budget for learner support material.
    • On returning, though still an undergraduate, he tutored in qualitative analysis, at which he excelled; and also taught a course for students of home economics.
    • Next came home economics, and was surprisingly taught my a man.
    • The purpose of the competition is to provide recognition for home economics in schools, increase students' culinary and creative skills as well as to encourage the use of local products.
    • There is a modern wood-work/construction studies section and home economics and technical graphics rooms all equipped and fitted to the highest standards.
    • They then took part in some wartime lessons, including baking some rock cakes in home economics, doing PT, learning German in readiness for an invasion and looking at war artefacts.
    • ‘A lot of them were harder than I thought they'd be, especially home economics last Friday,’ she said.
    • My eldest sister had studied home economics in the late sixties.