This guide created by Xello (Career Cruising) and includes a variety of classroom activities for Career Cruising that are applicable to Academic and and Career Planning work, as well and general career planning activities. NOTE: Students must have a Career Cruising account to use these lessons.LINK: http://www.lrsd.ca/documents/general/CC%20Classroom%20Activities%202016.pdf This activity guide includes the following lesson: Activity 1: School Subjects and CareersActivity 2: Using School Subjects in the WorkplaceActivity 3: Using Career MatchmakerActivity 4: Your Career Ideas and Career MatchmakerActivity 5: Using Career SelectorActivity 6: Comparing CareersActivity 7: Career Clusters Research ProjectActivity 8: Career Fair ProjectActivity 9: Career Interview ProjectActivity 10: Discovering Your Work SkillsActivity 11: Using My Skills Activity 12: Exploring Apprenticeship TrainingActivity 13: Post-Secondary Research ExerciseActivity 14: Learning StylesActivity 15: Why Study This? A Cross-Curricular Game
The purpose of this activity is to show students that Career Matchmaker provides individualized feedback for their career choices based on how they answer a set of questions. Uses Career Cruising (Xello).
The purpose of this activity is to have students explore their career option results based upon their Career Matchmaker.
Goal setting is powerful and critical life skill. Goals allow us to turn our vision of the future into our reality. Goals provide us short-term direction and long-term vision.
To set big life goals, we must first dream big and create a list of all the things we would like to see, do, and accomplish throughout our lifetime. From there, we can set small goals that are measurable and achievable. Then, we get to work!
Goals can be integrated into all areas of our life. We can strive to be more successful in our classes, faster on the court, or active every day. Goal setting is about making ourselves better, happier, and healthier.
For the rest of the school year, we are going to set goals related to our academic success, personal well-being, and career preparation. When we set our goals, we want to be sure that we are working towards something we want to ACHIEVE and simply make ourselves better. Self goals are in fact goals to better ourselves NOT the people around us. Remain true to you!
A comprehensive ACP Program has students create and revise Individualized Learning Plans annually. This lesson provides examples of grade level ILP forms that can be modified by school districts to use with students prior to course registration on a yearly basis. The ILP's can also be shared with parents during Parent Teacher Conferencing or ACP conferencing. Students will reflect on their strengths, areas to improve, standardized test results, Career Clusters of interest, post-secondary planning, course selection and co-curricular involvement.
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The purpose of this activity is for students to complete a half or full day job shadow in the chosen career field, interview, and submit reflection paper.
In planning your future, consider your dream career, housing, car, and other items owned. Next consider the type of training or education that will be needed to, how can you help yourself best by getting training, and additional education to meet your goals. Can your dream career only be achieved through one educational pathway? Can you get an apprenticeship? Do you need to join a union to pay for your training? Would a 2 or 4-year school help me to achieve my goals?
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This free program integrates into core classes but also fits well for advisory time, CTE classes, association/clubs, and more.
Full teacher and student lesson plans are accessible on the website: Lead4Change.org. This is a free program perfect for advisory time, clubs/associations, CTE classes, and any subject area!
This lesson plan is to help teachers implement SAEs into their Agricultural Education curriculum. The main goal of the lesson is to explain to students what an SAE is and why it is an important part of Agricultural Education and the 3-circle model. This lesson will help teachers introduce their students to SAE projects. This is a basic level lesson to help the teacher and students get SAEs started in their classroom. I would highly recommend visiting The National Council’s SAE page at ffa.org prior to teaching this lesson.
Students will need to plan out a short term, mid-term, and long term SMART goal. They will need to label each portion of their goal with the appropriate letter from the acronym SMART. Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timeline.