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Careers: How To Make Work Work For You (Use as a Google App or Pdf.)

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Preview- HOW TO MAKE WORK WORK (DR JACKIE) NOV 2020

Description

SubjectCareer and Technical Education, Writing, Vocational Education
Grade Levels: 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Home School, and Autism and Developmental Disabilities (Adapted to needs). 
Resource Type Activities, Assessment, Google Apps, and PDF Format
Standards CCSS:
CCRA.W.1
CCRA.R.1

Description:

Welcome to How To Make Work Work For You

The [purpose] of this educational resource is to guide youth to self-discovery, thus, understanding their personal preferences for work. The resource combines emotional literacy skills with critical thinking and self-reflection, to enable students to name their personal preferences for a career/job. This product is a google app and can be an independent work packet beneficial for teachers and parents to offer students a greater understanding of their own personal preferences relating to work. This resource is for grades 9 – 12 and can be adapted for special education students (see at the end of this document). Lastly, this resource can be turned from a google slide to a pdf. Just go to the link, Click File, Then Click Download, Then Click pdf.

How to Make Work – Work for You includes a self-assessment beneficial to the student for developing career readiness and for a deeper understanding of themselves relating to work performance. The 32 question content is engaging and informal for youth to recognize and name their personal preferences. There is an activity and self-reflective questions. The information can be enlightening to the student to help h-her in choosing a career or in deciding about a good job fit. This assessment was drawn from the Strengths and Career Index (SCI), which I created from my findings of 15 years from my qualitative research.

Content includes:

Introduction:

Why is it important to know your Personal Preferences?

What are Personal Preferences?

What is the Impact of Using Personal Preferences at Work?

Warm Up Activity:

Practice Matching personal Preferences to Specific Careers

Lesson One:

Take Your Personal Preference Assessment

Lesson Two:

Use the Answer Key to Discover Your Personal Preferences

Lesson Three:

Get Ready to Name Your Personal Preferences

Lesson Four:

Read and Answer the Reflective Questions

1. How does it work?

2. How this product Meets Common Core Standard ============================================

1. How does it work?

a. The student reads each item and chooses. Most like me, Occasionally like me, Seldom like me, or Never like me.

b. Next the student completes Answer Key (matching their own answers from Answer Sheet). The student receives individualized personal preferences from 15 categories that is built into the assessment. These categories include:

2. How this product Meet Common Core Standard

The How to Make Work Work for You self-assessment meets the   Common Core Standards

[CCRA/R/1/] Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.

[CCRA/R/1/] Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly 

The student will read each numbered item on the Answer Sheet and make logical inferences from it. 

The student will then reflect upon their own interest in experiencing the numbered item activity and/or an interest to learn more about it. The student makes a choice to check, ‘applies to me’ or does not check item because it doesn’t apply to him. 

The student then reads the next numbered item. 

[CCRA/R/1/] Cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.

After taking the self-assessment, the student receives a list of careers that match their interests and strengths. From that list, the student will 

[CCRA/R/1/] cite specific textual evidence 

[CCRA/R/1/] when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text. 

The student will write about or present h-her conclusions regarding h-her personal preferences and career options.

Adapting for special education students:

Teachers and parents can adapt the lessons for youth in special education by: reading along side, giving constructive feedback about student answers, assisting with matching numbers from the answer sheet to the answer key findings. Assisting student in writing out their personal preferences and answering self-reflection questions.

Welcome to How To Make Work Work For You

How to Make Work Work for You includes a self-assessment beneficial to the student for developing career readiness and for a deeper understanding of themselves as it relates to work performance. The 32 question content is engaging and informal for youth to recognize and name their personal preferences. There is an activity and self-reflective questions. The information can be enlightening to the student to help h-her in choosing a career or in deciding about a good job fit. The content in this resource was created from my findings of 15 years from my qualitative research.

Adapting for special education students:

Teachers and parents can adapt the lessons for youth in special education by: reading along side, giving constructive feedback about student answers, assisting with matching numbers from the answer sheet to the answer key findings. Assisting student in writing out their personal preferences and answering self-reflection questions.

YOU MAY:

*Use this product in your home, classroom, or counselor/therapist office.

*Make as many copies as you need for your class or caseload use.

*Refer others who would like to use this resource to: Youth Opportunity Academy

YOU MAY NOT:

*Share, copy or distribute this product to another teacher, counselor, classroom, educator, department, or school system.

*Post any of this product digitally for public view.

*Extract graphics or text for commercial use.

Thank you for respecting these boundaries.

My best

Dr. Jackie Marquette

Educator

Author – writing about emotional literacy

relating to youth self-advocacy,

career development, and well-being

to adapt.

Independent Qualitative Researcher

Total Pages

36 pages

Answer Key

Included

Teaching Duration

N/A