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Career ReportCareer Comparison Charthttp://future-jobs.findthebest.com/
AgendaWhat jobs interest you?Why would you investigate careers?What can you learn from a career comparison?Is money the only deciding factor for selecting a job? Explain.How will you achieve your dream career?
Rationale:http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2010/12/06/how-to-choose-a-career-thats-best-for-youWhether youre trying to decide where to look for your first job or pondering a possible career change, heres what you should consider when thinking through this important decision:What are your natural talents?Whats your work style?Where do you like to work?Do you enjoy social interaction?How important to you is work-life balance?Are you looking to give back?Are you comfortable in the public eye?Do you deal well with stress?How much money do you want to make?
Directions: Career ChartOpen a new Google Doc and label it: last name, Career ChartOpen your personality profile, scroll down to the bottom to the list of career suggested for your personalityGo to http://future-jobs.findthedata.org/Type in the first career of your choice in the box, then click on the box next to your choice, click on compare, then go back and type in a new career from the list. You will do this for three careers on the list-for the last career pick any career of your choice that is not on the list
Directions Cont.After you have selected four careers, click on the compare now button located at the bottom right corner of your screenThen copy and paste your completed chart onto your Google Doc labeled: last name, Career ChartNext, you will select one career from your chart to write your career report.
Directions: Career ReportOpen a new Google document, label it last name, career report.Put your name, date, and career report at the top of the document. Copy and paste the following questions onto your document andthen in complete thereport. You will need to copy yourfinished work onto aword document and run it through spell-check to make sure all of your writing is correctly spelled and written correctly. The last section is to be at least two paragraphs long, so make sure youuse complete sentences and correct paragraph formatting.
Directions Cont.Peer Review of your career report:You will obtain three emails (teacher directed), go into your google drive and share your career report with these individuals. You will also receive three reports to review. You will be addressing the following:Give a score for each of the following criteria:1) All questions answered2) Full paragraph answers for the two questions (5 sentences in each paragraph)3) Spelling is accurate on whole document.4) Students displays understanding of assignment.0= Did not complete/accomplish any of the work for this criteria2= Did most of the work for this section/criteria3= Did all the work, adequate response, however, not engaging.4= Excellent work, does not need any modifications for this criteria
Sent results back on the bottom of the shared work. Make sure you share it with class email, so instructor receives results.Once your work has been reviewed by a peer, so back and fix your errors, then re-share with the class email (instructor).
Formative AssessmentWhat jobs interest you?Why would you investigate careers?What can you learn from a career comparison?Is money the only deciding factor for selecting a job? Explain.How will you achieve your dream career?Directions: Open a Google Doc. and label it: last name, Career Analysis assessment. Copy and paste the four questions below and answer in complete sentences each question. Your last question is to be a complete paragraph. Share your doc. with the class email.
Common core StandardsW.9-10. Production and Distribution of Writing.4,5,6:4. Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. (Grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in standards 13 above.)5. Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing,rewriting, or trying a new approach, focusing on addressing what is most significant for a specific purpose and audience. (Editing for conventions should demonstrate command of Language standards 13 up to and including grades1112 on page 54.)6. Use technology, including the Internet, to produce, publish, and update individual or shared writing products in response to ongoing feedback, including new arguments or information.