The core subject of the human life sciences education curriculum at Hiroshima University was reconsidered in examining the perspectives of students undergoing home economics teacher training. The outcomes and problems of the 2016 and 2017 classes were reported and reconstructed for the 2018 class. The 2016 class’s problem was that the recognition of knowledge obtained from practical tasks were not linked effectively to the performance subjects. Therefore, five concepts, i.e., health, collaboration, wealth, culture, and home economics were set as concepts for product planning in the 2017 class, and a panel discussion with seven faculty members as panelists was held at the beginning of the course. The results clearly show that the class discussion during in the panel discussion was effective in deepening the students’ awareness of the issues of life. However, a problem emerged in that the recognition of life problems was not fully utilized for task execution by the students. In 2018, we therefore focused on performance issues and conceived a lesson plan that prioritizes deepening the students’ awareness about contemporary life issues.