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Course Description:
In this course, students will develop effective learning strategies and skills to provide a strong foundation for successful lifelong learning. Throughout the course, students will research careers and occupations, review postsecondary admissions qualifications, and develop interviewing skills. 
 
Additional topics will include principles and techniques of professionalism, networking, conflict-resolution, negotiation, leadership and entrepreneurship.
 
To learn more about how this class runs, check out the graphic syllabus
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Tuesday 11-21-17
Posted 11/20/2017 at 1:50:29 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Consider the following:

  1. Do you believe you should follow your passion?

  2. Do you think you would know if you weren't good at it?

  3. Do all "passions" correlate with the potential to earn a living?

  4. Do passions change over time?

  5. What is the skills-gap?


Today we will...

Watch a video called: Don't Follow Your Passion and discuss what Mike Rowe means by the following quotes:

  • "While passion is way too important to be without, it is way too fickle to follow around."

  • "Never follow your passion, but always bring it with you."

Watch another video called "5 Ways to Find Your Passion" from Entrepreneur magazine.


With which video do you agree? Be ready to share your thoughts.


Listen to a news story called: Economists Say Millennials Should Consider Careers in Trades.


After listening, complete the assignment, "Exploring a Skilled Trade."


Goals:

Consider what it means to follow your passion and understand the term "skills gap" and what it means for employment in America.
Monday 11-20-17
Posted 11/17/2017 at 11:36:18 AM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

On Friday, I told you that we yawn because our brains aren't getting enough oxygen. A few of you said you had never heard that and it made me wonder. Was I right? I tried to remember where I learned this and I wasn't sure. Was what I thought (and told you) actually true? Your bell work is to find out! :)

 

Today we will...

Check out this poster called: "Sorry. We offered the job to someone else."  

 

Go over what to do after an interview. As we do, fill out the Google Classroom assignment: After the Interview - Dos and Don'ts.


Play "The Why Game" and determine the best course of action for the person answering the questions by thinking about it in relation to the poster from bell work.


Watch a video on this Forbes article called, "What To Do When You Don't Hear Back After A Job Interview."


Discuss what you should do once the interview is over...

  1. Do you have to send a "Thank You" note? If so, what goes in it?

  2. What if you don't want the job?

  3. Is there anything extra you can do at this point?

  4. Do you have to call to see if they've made a decision? If so, what should you say?

  5. What if they want to interview you again?

Discuss bell work and watch a short video about JobSnap. As you watch, think about the following:

  1. One of the applicants in the video does something you shouldn't do when trying to get a job. 

    • Can you spot it?

  2. What are the benefits of this app over traditional hiring methods for employers?

  3. What are the benefits for job seekers?

  4. Where did this app start?

    • Why do you think it will/will not become successful throughout the country?

  5. Why is this app something you would/would not use when looking for a job?

     

    Goals: Consider what to do after an interview is over and consider a "new" way to find a job.

Friday 11
Posted 11/16/2017 at 1:28:01 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Look over this poster called, "Top 10 Body Language Mistakes to Avoid During a Job Interview" from the author of The Job Hunting Handbook.


Today we will...

Discuss how to "Ace the job interview" as discussed in the The Job Hunting Handbook, specifically:

  • What's the first question the manager will ask?

  • What's the manager looking for?

  • Will the manager try to "psych" me out?

  • What kinds of questions should I expect?

  • What's the best way to prepare?

  • What does it mean to sell my skills and abilities?

  • What does the manager NOT want to see?

Watch a video from Snag-a-Job called: 5 Nonverbal Interview Mistakes.


Role-play common nonverbal communications that may take place during an interview. Here is how it will work:

  • I will ask for 5 volunteers to act out nonverbal behaviors as a job applicant during an interview.

  • As we go, fill in the assignment, "What You Don't Say Matters!" in Google Classroom.

  • When finished role-playing, we will discuss the interpretations.

  • Lastly, fill in what you SHOULD do during an interview to ensure you are nonverbally communicating in a positive way.

Goal:

Identify how nonverbal behaviors may influence the outcome of an interview.

Thursday 11-16-17
Posted 11/15/2017 at 12:13:14 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Consider that nearly every interviewer asks the interviewee if s/he has any questions. Look over this infographic: 10 Great Questions to Ask Your Interviewer.  To which question(s) do you think you'd most want to know the answers?

 

Today we will...

Discuss how to answer the rest of the common interview questions: numbers 31-41.


Your grade is now up-to-date. Check it and if you aren't happy with it, return to missing/incomplete assignments. Please ask if you have questions. P.S. If you have made updates to your Resume and I have not updated your grade, please let me know! I will make a list of which ones to regrade! :)


Play the “Worst-Dressed” card game - same rules as the game “Old Maid," with which you are likely familiar.


Goals:

  • Practice preparing for an interview.

  • Make sure you are happy with your grade!

Wednesday 11-15-17
Posted 11/14/2017 at 2:39:26 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Return to the common interview questions and continue to add ideas on how you would answer numbers 21 and higher.


Today we will...

Discuss how to answer numbers 21-30 of the common interview questions.


Participate in an activity called, "Who would you hire?"


Goal:

Practice preparing for an interview.

Tuesday 11-14-17
Posted 11/13/2017 at 1:19:21 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Return to the common interview questions and continue to add ideas on how you would answer numbers 9 and higher.


Today we will...

Discuss how to appropriately answer numbers 9-20.


Continue to write your elevator pitch. First, I'll show the second video we didn’t get around to watching yesterday. Then, you should open your resume and use it to help guide you through writing your pitch. Share your pitch with a classmate, make any revisions, and turn it in when finished.


If you have extra time, you may:

  • Help a classmate with his/her pitch.

  • Return to past assignments including but not limited to: “Job Posting Response” and “Dress for YOUR Interview Success”

  • Click on a link from our "Go-On's" page. Check out the “Interviewing” section!

Goal:

Practice preparing for an interview.

Monday 11-13-17
Posted 11/10/2017 at 11:47:56 AM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Open the assignment "Practicing Interview Questions" in Google Classroom and look through it, but don't type anything yet.


Today we will...

Go over how to complete the assignment. Then, discuss the first 8 questions. The goal is for each one of you to have a document you can practice with before your own future interviews!


Watch two videos about elevator pitches....

Goal:

Practice preparing for an interview.

Friday 11-10-17
Posted 11/9/2017 at 10:23:12 AM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Think about the assignment we started yesterday: Dress for YOUR Interview Success.

  • Did you take pictures? For full credit, you should take your own - at least the example of what NOT to wear.

  • Do you know how you will get pictures to your document? If necessary, email them to antolclass@gmail.com

  • Do you have any questions?

Once you're finished, turn it in via Google Classroom. The goal is to have it turned in by Monday!


Today we will...

Practice getting the interview in the first place... Did you know: Your chances of getting a job will increase 75% if you meet the person face-to-face instead of sending your resume in the mail?


Start with an attempt to get an interview before learning some helpful steps.


Fill in "The 3 P's of Job Hunting" in Google Classroom as we discuss them together.


Role play to practice "5 Steps for Getting The Interview."

 

Resume grades are up-to-date as of this morning. If you have anymore corrections to make, do so. After doing so, let me know if you earned more points! Then, return to your "Job Posting Response" assignment. If you're finished with everything, choose a Go-On Activity!


Goals:

  • Make a plan to get pictures into your Google Doc for the "Dress for YOUR Interview Success" assignment.

  • Practice getting an interview using persistence, patience, and politeness.

Thursday 11-9-17
Posted 11/8/2017 at 2:18:14 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Imagine that you landed an interview for your dream job. What are you doing to do to prepare? Check out the infographic: Acing The Interview - How to score that new job.


Today we will...

Briefly discuss bell work.


Watch a video about how our clothes can impact us in ways we might not realize. It's called, "How Fashion Affects Your Brain" from Invisibilia.


Discuss how this info can help us to make our interviews more successful.


Watch a video from Forbes called: 10 Tips on Dressing for Your Job Interview.


Go over and begin the assignment "Dress for YOUR Interview Success" in Google Classroom. See what The Arnold Group has to say about Dressing for Interview Success for more info if needed.


Goal:

Practice preparing for an interview.

Wednesday 11-8-17
Posted 11/6/2017 at 11:29:45 AM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Check out this "Networking for Beginners" poster.


Today we will...

Continue to work on the assignment: "Job Posting Response." See the handout for tips and the rubric to ensure you will earn all the points you deserve.


If you need to return to your resume and you have extra time, you should work on that, too. I will grade them tomorrow night during conferences!


Check out the new “Road Map to College” binder and/or the ACT/SAT prep links on our Go-On’s page under the “Going to College” section 


OR if you don’t plan on going to college…

Check out the “Skilled Trades” section on our Go-On’s page.

 

OR if you want a job for the holiday season, check out Ten Tips for Finding Seasonal Jobs at Holiday Time.


Goals:

Write a letter in response to an actual job posting.

Monday 11-6-17
Posted 11/3/2017 at 2:25:37 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Return to your resume and continue to make corrections as needed.


Today we will...

Discuss how to get an interview, specifically numbers 1, 2, 4, and 5 of The Job Hunting Handbook's six ways to get one:

  1. Talk to your friends and relatives.

  2. Send a letter and ask for an interview.

  3. Use the telephone to ask for an interview.

  4. Answer help-wanted ads.

  5. Work the internet.

  6. Register with an employment agency.

If you need more time on your resume, work on it now. I will regrade everyone’s once all updates have been made. 


If you’re finished with your resume, search for actual job postings in our area using Snag-a-Job and/or Monster. Enter the type of job you're interested in and your location.


Use that posting to complete the assignment: "Job Posting Response." See the handout for tips and the rubric to ensure you will earn all the points you deserve.


Goals:

  • Explore various ways to get a job interview.

  • Write a letter in response to an actual job posting.

Friday 11-3-17
Posted 11/2/2017 at 4:58:07 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Tell your neighbor what you learned about handshakes yesterday. Shake his/her hand. Share feedback about each other’s handshakes.


Today we will...

Participate in an activity called The Handshake Hunt.


Return to your resumes, look at the rubric, read the comments, and make necessary corrections. Please let me know when you're finished and I'll regrade it, giving you more points.


When finished, do a Go-On activity. If you’re not sure what to do, check out the “Job Hunting” section of our Go-Ons page.


Goals:

  • Understand what makes a good handshake and practice doing so.

  • Make improvements to your resume.

Thursday 11-2-17
Posted 11/1/2017 at 2:09:47 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

You will undoubtedly have to shake hands when you go on the hunt for a job. Do you know how to shake hands the RIGHT way?


Today we will...

Watch a two short videos about proper handshakes including:

Practice shaking hands the right way!


Return to your resumes, look at the rubric, read the comments, and make necessary corrections. Please let me know when you're finished and I'll regrade it, giving you more points.

 

Goals:

  • Understand what makes a good handshake and practice doing so.

  • Make improvements to your resume.

Wednesday 11-1-17
Posted 10/31/2017 at 2:15:20 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

So you have a resume, now how do you get the job?


Check out this, "Meet the Robots..." infographic.


Today we will...

Explore how to get an interview in a competitive job market. Experts say your resume has to stand out. A good way to do this is to modify it to fit the job for which you're applying. Check out the link below to get an idea on how to do this…


How to Match Your Resume to The Job You Want


Read and discuss Finding Your First Job by Jo Messer. After completing your resume, are you more prepared to fill out a job application?


Discuss number 7 of the "10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Get The Job You Want" in more detail:

  • Watch a video called, "Choosing Job References The Right Way" from royall127.

    • As we watch, see if you can catch the 7 tips provided.

    • Type what you catch on the assignment in Google Classroom.

P.S. If there is time, we will listen to this news story about a high school newspaper that researched the background of their new principal. What can we learn about our own resumes through this story?


Goals:

  • Consider ways to find and get a job you want.

  • Identify people in your life who may serve as a good job reference.

Happy Halloween! :) 10-31-17
Posted 10/30/2017 at 11:23:09 AM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Make any final adjustments to your resume before we peer-evaluate. Remember, if you do not want a classmate to see your personal info, change it to generic info, but maintain placeholders such as:

Address 1

Address 2

Phone Number

Email

 

Today we will...

Peer evaluate each other's resumes. Keep in mind that the goal here is to ensure that EVERYONE'S resume is the best it can be! Please give constructive suggestions for improvement. :)

Make corrections to your resume using the "notes to improve" provided by your peer-evaluator.

 

Have some time left? Check out these scary jobs!

Discover Careers In Forensic Science 

The 10 Scariest Jobs in America

The Top 12 Scary, Creep, and Downright Disturbing Jobs 

Goals:

  • Ensure you will earn all the points you deserve on your resume!

  • Give constructive feedback to classmates about their resumes.

Monday 10-30-17
Posted 10/27/2017 at 1:51:51 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Take a look at EVEN MORE statements that were actually written on resumes. (Taken from p.63 of Job Hunting for Dummies by MaxMessmer.)

Can you tell why these are NOT things you would want on your resume? :)

  1. Cover Letter: "Thank you for your consideration. Hope to hear from you shorty!"

  2. "I am married with no children, no house, and no furniture. I can begin working for you on very short notice."

  3. "I 'm extremely loyal to my present firm, so please don't let them know of my immediate availability."

  4. "Birthday: December 2, 1052."

  5. "You hold in your hands the resume of a truly outstanding candidate."

Today we will...

Discuss the Google Classroom assignment about the Planet Money podcast we listened to on Friday. As part of our discussion, we will watch minutes 9:40-15:15 of this episode of This Old House.

Go over one more reading called, "The Rules of the Resume Game" and then finish our Anticipation Guides as we consider how to make our resumes the best they can be.

Look over the "Resume: Final Draft" rubric in Google Classroom while you look at your resume. Make any corrections and updates you feel are necessary.

PLEASE NOTE: If you do not want a classmate to see your personal info, change it to generic info, but maintain place holders such as:

Address 1
Address 2
Phone Number
Email

Peer evaluate each other's resumes. Keep in mind that the goal here is to ensure that EVERYONE'S resume is the best it can be! Please give constructive suggestions for improvement. :)

Goals:

  • Critically think about the hiring process and how employers decide which candidates to pursue.

  • Ensure you will earn all the points you deserve on your resume!

  • Give constructive feedback to classmates about their resumes.

Friday 10-27-17
Posted 10/26/2017 at 2:26:55 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Take a look at MORE statements that were actually written on resumes. (Taken from p.63 of Job Hunting for Dummies by Max Messmer.)

Can you tell why these are NOT things you would want on your resume? :)

  1. "Work history: Bum. Abandoned belongings and led a nomadic lifestyle."

  2. "Size of employer: 6'1" tall."

  3. "Worked party-time as an office assistant."

  4. "Computer illiterate."

  5. "Typing speed of 40-50 rpm.

And one more to review yesterday's topic...

  • "Objective: To learn new skills and gain training which will help me develop my new business."

Today we will...

Look over grades, make sure they are up-to-date and the best they can be! This may include finishing and turning in past assignments (or letting me know that you already did so).

Briefly dicuss the "skills gap" and what This Old House is doing to address the issue.

Listen to a Planet Money podcast called, "Help Wanted" and use the assignment in Google Classroom to guide our conversation about topics such as:
  • Should employers be allowed to check the credit scores of candidates?

  • Should felons be allowed to serve in the military?

Goals:

  • Check and possibly improve grades.

  • Critically think about the hiring process and how employers decide which candidates to pursue.

Thursday 10-26-17
Posted 10/25/2017 at 2:19:09 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Take a look at the following statements that were actually written on resumes. (Taken from p.63 of Job Hunting for Dummies by Max Messmer.)

Can you tell why these are NOT things you would want on your resume? :)

  1. "Education: Curses in liberal arts, curses in computer science, curses in accounting."

  2. "I have an excellent track record, although I am not a horse."

  3. "Exposure to German for two years, but many words are not appropriate for business."

  4. "Proven ability to track down and correct erors.

  5. "I am loyal to my employer at all costs...Please feel free to respond to my resume on my office voice mail."

Today we will...

Continue to add to our Anticipation Guides as we consider how to make our resumes the best they can be by going over:

Return to the resume you started and work to make it the best it can be!

Goals:

  • Write an objective for your resume based on a job you want.

  • Continue to write and format your resume.

Wednesday 10-25-17
Posted 10/24/2017 at 12:42:49 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Open your Anticipation Guide: Resume Edition and return to the link below.

Bad Resume Example by Simply Hired Blog

Today we will...

Discuss bell work while adding "proof" to our Anticipation Guides.

Discuss:
  • What general headings to include and specific ideas about what to include under each.
  • How to format your resume, including how to make your name stand out and how to find a template on Google Docs to get started.
  • How to emphasize your experience even though it might be limited at this point. See the examples in class for experience in each of the following:
    • Babysitting
    • Fast Food
    • Retail
    • Office Work
    • Lawn Care

Goals:

  • Determine what should be included and what should be left off a resume.

  • Begin to write and format your resume.

Tuesday 10-24-17
Posted 10/23/2017 at 2:39:13 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Return to the Google Classroom assignment, "PRACTICE: Researching a Company" and finish it up.

Today we will...

Pause while working on bell work to go over an example of what I'm expecting using Little Debbie, the snack cake company! :)

Discuss numbers 5 and 6 of the "10 Things" in more detail...

Return to the Anticipation Guide. What updates and additions can you make based on what we've discussed so far?
 
If there is time, begin to outline your resume with a heading and section titles.
 
Goals:
  • Research a company as if you were going on an interview there.

  • Begin to write and format your resume.

Monday 10-23-17
Posted 10/20/2017 at 3:31:52 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Have you ever heard of someone being fired for something that was posted online?

Today we will...

Continue to discuss the "10 Things" in more detail.

Goal:

Understand how to manage your digital footprint so it doesn't hurt your chances of getting a job in the future.

Friday 10-20-17
Posted 10/19/2017 at 12:34:16 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Scroll down to yesterday's post for today's plans! :)

 
Thursday 10-19-17
Posted 10/18/2017 at 6:57:58 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Find your jigsaw paper with #'s 1-10. If you were absent, come see me to catch up! :)

Today we will...

Discuss numbers 1, 2, and 3 in more detail:

  1. Watch and discuss a video called What is LinkedIn?

  2. Listen to and discuss this story about a lady who was "Fired for a Facebook Post Before The First Day on The Job" from Clark.com.

Look through past Google Classroom assignments. Are all of yours turned in? If not, finish them up and turn them in! Grades close 1 week from tomorrow!

Goals:

  • Discover what LinkedIn is and how it may be beneficial in a future job search.

  • Begin to explore your digital footprint.

Wednesday 10-18-17
Posted 10/17/2017 at 8:43:40 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Think about #4 from yesterday's "10 Things..." Jigsaw activity. What does it mean to know your audience?

  • What does this mean in English class when writing papers? 
  • What does it mean when debating a topic - either formally in a class or arguing/discussing in your personal life?

Today we will...

Learn more about knowing your audience (by doing research)!

Watch a video called, "How to research a company before a job interview" by AfterCollege.

We will not watch these as a class, but check them out if you're interested in learning more:

Practice researching companies of interest, using the Google Classroom assignment, "PRACTICE: Researching a Company" as a guide.

Make the most of left over time. Do you have any missing assignments? Look through Google Classroom and/or your grade online.

Goals:

  • Research a company as if you were going on an interview there.
  • Catch up on any missing assignments.
Tuesday 10-17-17
Posted 10/16/2017 at 2:33:19 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Review the transferable skills: ability to work well with others, verbal communication skills, and positive attitude. What does someone with each of these skills do?

Today we will...

Participate in a jigsaw activity to learn about the 10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Make Sure You Get The Job.

 
Respond to the, "Jigsaw Activity - Exit Ticket" in Google Classroom. 
 
Goals:
Practice transferable skills while you consider ways to find and get a job you want. 
Monday 10-16-17
Posted 10/12/2017 at 2:32:32 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Return to "Guide to Budgeting" and read over your responses from the category "Utilities" down.

Today we will...

Share your ideas and fill in any you don't have complete as we go over the assignment.

Use the Budget Calculator to determine your target earnings ( I'll show you where to find info on average costs for the various expenses) and answer the follow-up questions.

Goals:

  • Explore the ways in which someone can decrease his/her expenses.

  • Consider what your future budget may be like.

Thursday 10-12-17
Posted 10/11/2017 at 2:40:16 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Return to "Guide to Budgeting" and read over your responses from the category "Health Care" down.

Today we will...

Share your ideas and fill in any you don't have complete as we go over the assignment.

Scroll to the last page where we will discuss the questions about your needs and wants.
 
Use the Budget Calculator to determine your target earnings ( I'll show you where to find info on average costs for the various expenses) and answer the follow-up questions.

Goals:

  • Explore the ways in which someone can decrease his/her expenses.

  • Consider what your future budget may be like.

Wednesday 10-11-17
Posted 10/10/2017 at 12:57:00 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit, "Show Me the Money: Reaching Your Goals" and share your goal. Are you willing to commit to what it takes to reach it? Can you realistically save that much per month?

Today we will...

Check out the "Guide to Budgeting" in Google Classroom. Fill in what you think for the factors that decrease costs and increase costs for the various expense items.

 
With the last 5-10 minutes, you should answer the questions on the last page about your plans. No need to do The Budget Calculator yet! We will do that tomorrow!

Goals:

  • Examine a personal goal in terms of what it realistically takes to reach it.
  • Explore the ways in which someone can decrease his/her expenses.
Tuesday 10-10-17
Posted 10/9/2017 at 2:22:18 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Do you know what a bucket list is? If not, figure it out! Also, do you know why it's called that?

Today we will...

Return to the rubric in the "Exit Ticket" we used to evaluate our transferable skills at the end of class yesterday and discuss how we can improve our scores in the future.

Return to "Money Matters: Know the Lingo" and add your bucket list to the bottom of the document.

Share our bucket lists and categorize our financial dreams based on short-term, medium-term, and long-term goals.

Discuss possible steps toward reaching these goals, including the difference between needs and wants.

Goals:

  • Revisit transferable skills and how they can be learned.
  • Explore the purpose of financial goals, discover the role of decision-making in reaching them, and examine common obstacles to achieving them.
Monday 10-9-17
Posted 10/6/2017 at 2:31:19 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

What do you think is meant by the term financial responsibility and why is it important? Discuss with your neighbor and be ready to share!

Today we will...

Discuss the assignment: "Money Matters: Know the Lingo" in Google Classroom. Don't turn it in yet though - we will come back to it later!

Use what we learn from "Know the Lingo" to participate in a small group activity called "Money Matters: What Would You Do?"

Respond to the “Money Matters: What Would You Do - Exit Ticket” in Google Classroom.

Create your "bucket list" on the bottom of the "Money Matters: Know the Lingo" document in Google Classroom. You are welcome to make it as long as you want and even add pictures! :)

Goals:

  • Explore financial choices and consider what it means to be financially responsible.
  • Practice and evaluate your use of transferable skills while working with classmates.
Friday 10-6-17
Posted 10/5/2017 at 9:08:16 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Define the word attrition. How do you think it relates to the discussions we've been having in this class?

Today we will...

Listen to and discuss a few minute clip called One Small Company Finds A Solution to Employee Burnout from Around the Nation.

Investigate our current money skills through a class discussion.

Begin the assignment: "Money Matters: Know the Lingo" in Google Classroom.

Catch up on missing assignments and/or do a "Go-On" Activity.

Goals:

  • Consider how things other than money may impact career choice.
  • Explore financial choices and consider what it means to be financially responsible.
Thursday 10-5-17
Posted 10/4/2017 at 9:57:20 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell work:

Do the activity, "A Million-and-One Uses" on the 1/2 sheet.

Today we will...

Discuss bell work and how it relates to transferable skills.

Search online for salaries of various jobs. Look for a familiar job that makes around $50,000 per year for a reference.

Switch gears to start our discussion of earnings and financial responsibility. To do so, we will:

  • Read a portion of the article called, "If Money Were No Object" from CBN.com.

  • Listen to an Innovation Hub podcast called "What's Your Job Really Worth?"

  • Answer some questions about money, happiness, and career choice.

Catch up on missing assignments and/or do a "Go-On" Activity.

Goals:
  • Practice transferable skills: verbal communication, creative thinking and use of resources.
  • Consider how things other than money may impact career choice.
Wednesday 10-4-17
Posted 10/3/2017 at 7:09:07 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Look over "Driving is such a hassle!" and begin to label as you see fit. 

Today we will...

Discover why driving is such a hassle within a group. The goal is to come to an agreement on which items are causes, which are problems, and which are symptoms.

Review how to evaluate a person's transferable skills using a rubric and respond to the “Driving is such a hassle! - Exit Ticket” in Google Classroom..

Finish "The Job Site" activity by completing "Part 8: What if the Plan is NOT Working?" When finished, make sure you have all 5 pages and that they are finished. Then, turn it into the tray for a grade.

Goals:

  • Determine the difference between a cause, problem, and symptom AND why knowing the difference matters when it comes to finding solutions.
  • Practice and evaluate your use of transferable skills while working with classmates.
  • Come up with a way to evaluate an action plan, and modify it if necessary.
Tuesday 10-3-17
Posted 10/2/2017 at 6:51:26 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

What does it mean to evaluate something? Begin the assignment called, "Using Evaluation Skills" in Google Classroom.

Today we will...

Discuss bell work and use the criteria we come up with to do some evaluating!

Finish "The Job Site" activity by finalizing the action plan. Then, completing "Part 7: Is the Plan Working?" and "Part 8: What if the Plan is NOT Working?" When finished with everything, staple all 5 pages and turn it into the tray for a grade.

Goals:

  • Develop criteria by which to judge elements of work.
  • Create an action plan to solve problems in work-site settings.
  • Come up with a way to evaluate an action plan, and modify it if necessary.
Monday 10-2-17
Posted 9/29/2017 at 2:39:58 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Consider our final workplace scenario called, "Decisions, Decisions" in Google Classroom.
 
After this, you should have all 6 complete. I will be grading them together soon! See the list on Friday's post if you want to check to make sure yours are all finished!

Today we will...

Discuss the workplace scenario and how it relates to transferable skills.

Return to the "Time Log & Assessment" in Google Classroom and finish filling it out. We will go over and complete the assessment portion of the assignment. I'll show you how to edit the totals. Then, we will discuss the scores.

Continue working on "The Job Site" activity by using what we came up with on Friday to choose our solution(s) and make an action plan.

Goals:

  • Consider how transferable skills would benefit you in a particular workplace scenario.
  • Examine a personal goal in terms of what it realistically takes to reach it.
  • Identify solutions and create an action plan to solve problems in work-site settings.
Friday 9-29-17
Posted 9/28/2017 at 2:59:06 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Consider the workplace scenario called, "Absenteeism" in Google Classroom.

Today we will...

Discuss the workplace scenario and how it relates to transferable skills.

Return to the "Time Log & Assessment" in Google Classroom and fill it out for Thursday and start Friday.

Continue working on "The Job Site" activity by analyzing the problem in two ways: 1) cause & effect, 2) driving & restraining forces.

With remaining time, make sure ALL 5 of your workplace scenarios are complete. We will do 1 more next week and then I will grade them all together. The 5 we have done so far include: 
  1.  First Day on The Job
  2. What's Your Style?
  3. Are You Ready?
  4. Moving Up, So Fast?
  5. Absenteeism

Goals:

  • Consider how transferable skills would benefit you in a particular workplace scenario.
  • Gather data to assist with the transferable skill: time management.
  • Identify and analyze problems in work-site settings.

Thursday 9-28-17
Posted 9/27/2017 at 2:26:11 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Do the "Mind Squeeze" activity by checking out the objects and words projected on the screen. See how many you can remember once the projector is turned off.

Today we will...

Discuss bell work and how it relates to transferable skills.

Return to the "Time Log & Assessment" in Google Classroom and fill it out for Wednesday and start Thursday.

Continue working on "The Job Site" activity. First, we will go over some of your example stories and identify the main problem. Then, we will do Part 2: Who Is to Blame? and Part 3: Identify The Causes. 

Goal:

Practice transferable skills: observation, memory/recall, use of resources, time management and problem solving.

Wednesday 9-27-17
Posted 9/26/2017 at 8:56:44 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Consider the workplace scenario called, "Moving Up, So Fast?" in Google Classroom. 

Today we will...

Discuss the workplace scenario and how it relates to transferable skills.

Return to the "Time Log & Assessment" in Google Classroom and fill it out for Tuesday and start Wednesday.

Begin an activity called, "The Job Site" to help us work on the transferable skill of problem solving.

Goals:

  • Consider how transferable skills would benefit you in a particular workplace scenario.
  • Gather data to assist with the transferable skill: time management.
  • Identify and analyze problems in work-site settings.
Tuesday 9-26-17
Posted 9/25/2017 at 2:28:42 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Consider the workplace scenario called, "What's Your Style?" in Google Classroom. If you've been absent lately, you should also catch up on the other two titled, "First Day on the Job" and "Are You Ready?"

Today we will...

Discuss bell work.

Do an activity called "Pressed for Time" as an intro to the transferable skill of Time Management.

Return to the "Time Log & Assessment" in Google Classroom and fill it out for Monday and start Tuesday. If you were absent, do your best to fill out Sunday. If you can't remember details, you will have an extra day to do Monday of next week.

Catch up on missing assignments. If you're finished with everything, revisit the "Go-On" activities. Explore the "Learning & Perfecting Skills" section.

Goals:

  • Consider how transferable skills would benefit you in a particular workplace scenario.
  • Gather data to assist with the transferable skill: time management.
Monday 9-25-17
Posted 9/22/2017 at 12:04:53 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Now that we’ve explored each of the Career Clusters individually, visit the Career Cluster Activity on Education Planner’s website.

  1. Click “Start Now” for a pretty quick, personalized view of the career clusters.

  2. Click on the cluster that is of the most interest to you.

    1. What does the sunshine icon next to a job mean?

    2. What does the leaf icon mean?

  3. Click on a job of interest to you.

    1. What skills and abilities are necessary?

    2. Are any of the skills and abilities listed transferable?

Today we will...

Discuss bell work.

Discuss the workplace scenario from Friday (First Day on the Job) and do another called: Are You Ready?

Do an activity called "Pressed for Time" as an intro to the transferable skill of Time Management. (Since there are so many absences, we will wait until tomorrow for this!)

Look over the "Time Log & Assessment" in Google Classroom and begin to fill it out for Sunday. Consider how you will keep track of how you spend your time over the next week.

Goals:

  • Consider how transferable skills would benefit you in a particular workplace scenario.

  • Gather data to assist with the transferable skill: time management.

Friday 9-22-17
Posted 9/21/2017 at 2:39:38 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster: Manufacturing. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Discuss how to handle different types of "Difficult People" and how
it relates to transferable skills.

Consider the workplace scenario by clicking on the attachment at the bottom of this post: "First Day on the Job."

Discuss the workplace scenario and how it relates to transferable skills.

Check for any missing assignments. I will catch up on grading this weekend. Do you have anything you want to turn in?

Goals:

  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.

  • Consider how transferable skills would benefit you in a particular workplace scenario.

Attachment: First Day on the Job5.pdf
Thursday 9-21-17
Posted 9/20/2017 at 6:36:51 AM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the career cluster: Transportation, Distribution & Logistics. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Do an activity to practice transferable skills. You will need to come to a decision about what to do with "Lisa Lambright" in your group.

We will discuss how to evaluate a person's transferable skills using a rubric. Then, you will respond to the “Lisa Lambright Activity - Exit Ticket” in Google Classroom.

If there is time left, we will discuss how to handle different types of "Difficult People" and how it relates to transferable skills.

Watch our last career cluster video called Career Opportunities in Manufacturing by LakesCountryTV. This video was filmed in Minnesota, but there are many manufacturing jobs in Ohio as well.
 
Goals:
  • Practice and evaluate your use of transferable skills while working with classmates.
  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.
Wednesday 9-20-17
Posted 9/19/2017 at 1:04:06 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Consider the Career Cluster: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math. Think about the videos we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Go over the "Transferable Skills Growth Assessment" in Google Classroom. You will only complete the "Before Practice" column today. Before rating yourself, you should honestly consider your ability... think about how you demonstrate (or don't demonstrate) these skills at school, work, home, in clubs, on teams, with friends, etc.

Discuss how to handle different types of "Difficult People" and how it relates to transferable skills.

Watch a career cluster video called: "Publix Jobs: What's it like to work for Publix Distribution?" by Publix

Goals:
  • Assess your own transferable skills.
  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.
Tuesday 9-19-17
Posted 9/18/2017 at 7:43:14 AM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster: Marketing, Sales & Service. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Listen to a story about a Target employee who demonstrated a transferable skill on the job. As you listen and watch, answer the following:

  1. What skill was he "caught" using?
  2. Where is he using the skill now?
  3. How did others witnessing his skill turn into a career path for him?
Come up with ways someone could develop his/her transferable skills. 
 
 
Goals:
  • Come up with ways to improve transferable skills.
  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.
Monday 9-18-17
Posted 9/15/2017 at 2:27:51 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster: Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:
  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Begin to discuss transferable skills (aka soft skills). I will project a list of these skills and read off some behaviors. As a class, determine which skill each behavior is breaking.

Then, we will watch an episode of "The Simpsons" to pick out positive work behaviors and negative work behaviors.

After discussing the show, come up with ways someone could develop his/her transferable skills.

Watch a video called Job Opportunities in Sales and Marketing by "aia" of Canada. This video is specific to after market automotive products, but it does a really good job of explaining multiple careers within marketing and ALL industries need sales and marketing people!

Goals:

  • Define transferable skills and come up with ways to improve them.
  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.
Friday 9-15-17
Posted 9/14/2017 at 2:28:39 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster: Information Technology. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Look over the list below. Have you completed everything? If not, use classtime today to catch up!

  • My Career Story_Part 1
  • My Career Story_Part 2
  • Family Career Genogram
  • Genogram Follow-Up Questions
  • Career Research Choice Board
  • The Keirsey Temperment Sorter
Watch a video called Law and Public Safety by TechPrepNortheastCtr. This video details a high school program closer to Cleveland, but there is something similar at Maplewood. If you're past the point where you could go to Maplewood, but are interested, click the link and scroll down to find further education opportunities.

Goals:

  • Make sure all assignments are complete.

  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.

Thursday 9-14-17
Posted 9/13/2017 at 11:05:15 AM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster: Human Services. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Consider what we've learned while doing career research. Are you finding that your choice fits what you want out of life? Are you realizing that it doesn't? That's ok! Better to realize this now than later!

Go over your final self-assessment. This one is for "work personality types" and it's called The Keirsey Temperment Sorter. I'll explain how scoring works first.

Complete the assessment and go to the Overview of The Four Temperaments to explore the website related to your temperment. In the blank space on your paper, write down the following along with anything else of interest...

  • famous people that have your temperment

  • quotes by people with your temperment

  • best job fit for people with your temperment

At the end of class, we will watch a video called Careers in Information Technology by careerplayer

Goals:

  • Explore career options based on work personality types.

  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.

Wednesday 9-13-17
Posted 9/12/2017 at 3:08:14 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster: Hospitality & Tourism. Think about your list from yesterday's video, click here and consider the following:
  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Return to our Career Research Projects. This is the last class day you will have to work on it. You should turn it in using Google Classroom when finished. If your project cannot be turned in that way, please let me know!

Watch a video for the Human Services Career Cluster that details one woman's job in New York City called The Meaning of Human Services by Michael Falco.

Goals:

  • Make progress on your career research project.
  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.

Tuesday 9-12-17
Posted 9/11/2017 at 7:20:40 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster: Health Science. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:
  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Return to your research project that we started yesterday.

With about 10 minutes left, we will watch and discuss a video called, "Working in Hospitality: A snapshot of the industry" by hospitalitepublishin. As you watch, jot down as many jobs as you can related to this Career Cluster. I found about 20. Can you find them all?

Goals:

  • Make progress on your career research project.
  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.

Monday 9-11-17
Posted 9/8/2017 at 3:04:59 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster Government and Public Administration. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Go over the "Career Research Choice Board," including the four choices and how you will be graded, regardless of which you choose. Then, you can get started.

Watch a video about the Health Sciences Career Cluster. This video was made in Washington state, but much of it is still relevant to us. Tomorrow for bell work, we will dig a little deeper into the growth rate and check national data.

Goals:
  • Understand what is expected of you while we work on the Career Research Choice Board.
  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.
Friday 9-8-17
Posted 9/7/2017 at 4:51:12 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster Finance. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Return to your Career Family Genograms. When finished, move on the to Follow-Up Questions.

Choose a Go-On Activity. I recommend the links under "Career Exploration" at the top.

Watch a video: Government and Public Administration.

Goals:
  • Consider how the careers of those around you might impact your own career exploration.

  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.

Thursday 9-7-17
Posted 9/6/2017 at 2:22:31 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster Education and Training. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Finish the assignment: My Career Story_Part 2. The main goal is to have a "Success Formula" (page 5) and 5 or more meaningful occupations to consider (page 7, using page 8 to help).

Create Family Career Genograms.

With a couple minutes left, watch a video about finance and accounting jobs at Macy's.

Goals: 

  • Consider how the careers of those around you might impact your own career exploration.

  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.

Wednesday 9-6-17
Posted 9/5/2017 at 12:02:43 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster Business, Management, and Administration. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Finish the assignment: My Career Story_Part 2.

When finished, do a "Go On" activity. Let me show you some options under the "Career Exploration" heading...

Watch the video called Education and Training Jobs at SEPHORA, with a couple minutes left. 

Goals:

  • Consider how your ideas about careers, people you admire, and your interests can positively influence your choices about a career.
  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.
Tuesday 9-5-17
Posted 9/1/2017 at 2:13:36 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the Career Cluster Arts, Audio/Visual Technology, and Communications. Think about the videos we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Begin the assignment: My Career Story_Part 2.

Watch the video called What can you do with a business degree? by Refi Online Colleges, with about 5 minutes left.

Goals:

  • Consider how your ideas about careers, people you admire, and your interests can positively influence your choices about a career.
  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before.
Friday 9-1-17
Posted 8/31/2017 at 12:40:33 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Find your new seat.

Today we will...

Revisit the Career Cluster Architecture & Construction. Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:
  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Focus on making sure "My Career Story_Part 1" is finished in a way that will help us dig deep and get to the bottom of what we really want in life. It's all about YOU!

  • WHY did/do you admire your heroes?
  • WHY are these your favorite TV shows/magazines?
  • If you don't read books, tell the story of your favorite movie.
  • If you can't think of a favorite saying, look some up and choose one that really resonates with you. 
On Tuesday, we will use what we've typed to do Part 2 where it really comes together in terms of what we are looking for in a career.

At the end of class, we will watch three videos to help determine all the jobs available in the "Arts, Audio/Visual Technology, and Communications" Career Cluster. they are:

  1. Art and Design Career by playsys3a
  2. What is the AV Industry? by InfoComm University
  3. Careers within News Broadcasting by Perdue University's Fast Track
Goals:
  • Consider how your ideas about careers, people you admire, and your interests can positively influence your choices about a career.
  • Continue to explore career options based on career clusters, including those we may not have considered before. 
Thursday 8-31-17
Posted 8/30/2017 at 8:03:58 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Revisit the first Career Cluster (Agruculture, Food & Natural Resourses). Think about the video we watched, click here and consider the following:

  1. What are some examples of careers within this cluster?
  2. Find a career that you didn't know existed in this cluster. What is it? Does it seem like something you'd be interested in?
  3. What are some activities you could do now if you were interested in these careers?

Today we will...

Finish up the assignment: My Career Story_Part 1 and turn it in. Then, check out the links under the "Career Exploration" section at the top of our Go-Ons page to the left.

Watch a video about the next Career Cluster called Careers in Construction by Calgary Construction Association. This is for a program in Canada, but they have some great info if you scroll down on their website. If you're interested, you can certainly explore options closer to home! :)

Goals:

  • Consider your ideas about careers, people you admire, and your interests.
  • Discover different opportunities within the "Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources" and the "Architecture and Construction" clusters.
Wednesday 8-30-17
Posted 8/29/2017 at 3:46:55 PM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

Bell Work:

Log in and read the blog. Hey! Look at that! You're almost done already! Read below to finish up...

Today we will...

Finish going over classroom procedures.

Join our College & Career Readiness Google Classroom. Here is our class code: ufxcrp

Begin the assignment: My Career Story_Part 1

Begin to discuss Career Clusters.

Watch a video about the first Career Cluster called: Some Food for Thought about Careers by National FFA Organization.

Goals:

  • Further understand how our classroom runs.
  • Join our Google Classroom.
  • Consider your ideas about careers, people you admire, and your interests.
  • Discover how career clusters are organized and different opportunities within the "Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources" cluster.
Tuesday 8-29-17
Posted 8/28/2017 at 9:15:32 AM by Alicia Antol [staff member]

WELCOME!!!

When you come to class, the first thing you should do is log on and check the blog. This is where you will find bell work, the plan for the day, and the daily goal...

Bell Work:

  • Fill out the Student Survey.
  • Log in, navigate to our class website, and check it out.

Today we will...

Start with a "get-to-know-ya" activity called Stand & Appreciate!

Begin to go over classroom procedures.

Make sure to follow the end of class procedures.

Goals:

  • Navigate to the class website and understand that when you get to class, you should log on and check the blog.
  • Get to know classmates a little better.
  • Begin to understand how our classroom runs.
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