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Lesson 1.1 “Your Interests and Values” Read to Discover What Interests You and the Link Between Your Interests and Different Careers In your Exploring.

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1 Lesson 1.1 “Your Interests and Values” Read to Discover What Interests You and the Link Between Your Interests and Different Careers In your Exploring Careers Textbook Read pages 2, 3, 4, 5 Define the Key Terms Define the Key Terms Vocabulary on page 2. Interests Technology Interest Inventory Values Work Values Economic Values Review your Knowledge On Page 8 Check Your Understanding: Answer Questions 2 and 3 and Critical Thinking Critical Thinking Questions 4, 5 and 6 STEP 1: Read STEP 2: Define STEP 3: Review ECD - NCSCOS 6158 Unit A: Who Am I and What Can I Become? READDEFINEREVIEW Slide 1 RDR Lesson 1.1 Adapted from Exploring Careers Textbook - Kelly-Plate, J., & Volz-Patton, R. (2004). Exploring Careers (4 th ed.). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe. Complete your notes using the next slide. Click here.

2 Slide 2 RDR Lesson Understand personality and learning styles. Do you know your Personality Type? RIASEC Review RIASEC Review RIASEC Review Presentation developed by Sandra Staton, Business Education Teacher, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools

3 Click here to learn more about the Realistic Personality type.Realistic Possible Careers  Auto mechanic  Aircraft controller  Surveyor  Electrician  Farmer The R type usually has mechanical and athletic abilities and likes to work with things more than people. Slide 3 RDR Lesson 1.1 Return to homepage Return to homepage Presentation developed by Sandra Staton, Business Education Teacher, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools

4 Possible Careers  Biologist  Chemist  Physicist  Geologist  Anthropologist  Laboratory Assistant  Medical Technician The I type usually has math and science abilities, and likes to work alone and to solve problems. Slide 4 RDR Lesson 1.1 Return to homepage Return to homepage Click here to learn more about the Investigative Personality TypeInvestigative Presentation developed by Sandra Staton, Business Education Teacher, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools

5 Possible Careers  Composer  Musician  Stage Director  Dancer  Interior Decorator  Actor  Writer The A type usually has artistic skills, enjoys creating original work, and has a good imagination. Slide 5 RDR Lesson 1.1 Return to homepage Return to homepage Click here to learn more about the Artistic personality type.Artistic Presentation developed by Sandra Staton, Business Education Teacher, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools

6 Possible Careers  Teacher  Speech Therapist  Religious Worker  Counselor  Clinical  Psychologist  Nurse The S type usually likes to be around other people, and likes to help others with their problems. Slide 6 RDR Lesson 1.1 Return to homepage Return to homepage Click here to learn more about the Social personality type.Social Presentation developed by Sandra Staton, Business Education Teacher, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools

7 Possible Careers  Buyer  Sports Promoter  Television Producer  Business Executive  Salesperson  Travel Agent  Supervisor  Manager The E type usually has public speaking abilities, an interest in money and politics and influence. Slide 7 RDR Lesson 1.1 Return to homepage Return to homepage Click here to learn more about the Enterprising personality type.Enterprising Presentation developed by Sandra Staton, Business Education Teacher, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools

8 Possible Careers  Banker  Bookkeeper  Financial Analyst  Radio Dispatcher  Secretary  Tax Expert The C type has clerical and math abilities, likes to work indoors, and likes to organize things. Slide 8 RDR Lesson 1.1 Return to homepage Return to homepage Click here to learn more about the Conventional personality.Conventional Presentation developed by Sandra Staton, Business Education Teacher, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools

9 The C type has clerical and math abilities, likes to work indoors, and likes to organize things. Slide 9 RDR Lesson 1.1 Return to homepage Return to homepage Find careers that match your personality. Take the RIASEC assessment here.RIASEC The E type usually has public speaking abilities, an interest in money and politics and influence. The S type usually likes to be around other people, and likes to help others with their problems. The A type usually has artistic skills, enjoys creating original work, and has a good imagination. The I type usually has math and science abilities, and likes to work alone and to solve problems. The R type usually has mechanical and athletic abilities and likes to work with things more than people. Presentation developed by Sandra Staton, Business Education Teacher, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools


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