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© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning Menu Options: Lecture/ Discussion Chapter Exercises Audio Chapter Summary Chapter Summary Other Focus TV Focus TV Choosing a College Major and Career © 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning
You’re About to Discover… Why “College in a Box” isn’t an accurate view of courseworkWhy “College in a Box” isn’t an accurate view of coursework How the disciplines connect in the Circle of LearningHow the disciplines connect in the Circle of Learning How to choose a major and a careerHow to choose a major and a career What a SWOT analysis isWhat a SWOT analysis is How to analyze your “Academic Anatomy”How to analyze your “Academic Anatomy” © 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning
p Ethan Cole © 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning
College in a Box? p. 300 © 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning
How Do the Disciplines Connect? THE CIRCLE OF LEARNING Art Philosophy Math Physics Chemistry Biology Psychology Sociology Anthropology Political Science History Literature © 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning
How Full is Your Plate? p. 303 © 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning
Choosing a Major and a Career © 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning
Choosing a Major and a Career Step 1: Follow Your Bliss What are you passionate about? How might different college majors allow you to follow your bliss?
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning Step 2: Conduct Preliminary Research Choosing a Major and a Career 1. What is the major or certificate? 2. Who is the interviewee? 3. To which academic department does this major belong? 4. Which introductory courses would help you get more info? 5. Which specialized courses in this major interest you? 6. What are the prerequisite courses? 7. How many students major in this discipline on your campus? 8. Which classes in the major do students usually find most challenging? Which are most engaging? 9. What is the reputation of this department on campus? 10. Why should students choose a major in this discipline? Interview an instructor who teaches in your area of interest. Ask:
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning Choosing a Major and a Career Step 3: Take a Good Look at Yourself: Exercise 12.1, p. 306
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning Send in the SWOT Team! Strengths: Traits that give you a leg up. Weaknesses: Traits that work against you now. Opportunities: Conditions that work in your favor. Threats: Conditions that could have bad effects. Strengths: Traits that give you a leg up. Weaknesses: Traits that work against you now. Opportunities: Conditions that work in your favor. Threats: Conditions that could have bad effects. p. 307 What kinds of forces will impact your potential career? Internal Internal—forces inside you External External—forces outside you Positive Positive—forces helping your goals Negative Negative—forces working against you What kinds of forces will impact your potential career? Internal Internal—forces inside you External External—forces outside you Positive Positive—forces helping your goals Negative Negative—forces working against you
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning Consider Your Major vs. Your Career Which comes first: having a career in mind or choosing a college major? It depends… You can have a specific career in mind as you choose your major, or you can choose a major with several career options available.
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning What’s Your Academic Anatomy? Think about your “Academic Anatomy.” What do you find most satisfying? Working with your: Think about your “Academic Anatomy.” What do you find most satisfying? Working with your: Head? Heart? Hands? or Whole Body?
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning Choosing a Major: Four Things to Consider You can still be successful if you don’t pick a major based on your “academic anatomy,” especially if you find other ways of satisfying your needs, like hobbies. You may want to choose an unlikely major to challenge yourself. You may want to pursue an unlikely major because you have a burning interest in something related to the discipline. You may be well suited to several majors, and academic anatomy may not be as important as other factors. Exercise 12.2: Exercise 12.2: Get a Job Get a Job “ ” Are you fit company for the person you wish to become?” Anonymous
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning VARK Activity p. 313
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning Chapter 12: Exercises and Activities Get a Job! Audio Summary of Chapter 12 Focus TV: Choosing a College Major and Career Chapter Exercise Chapter Exercise p. 313 p. 313 Focus TV: Focus TV: Major and Career Major and Career Audio Chapter Summary Chapter Summary Back to Menu Back to Menu
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning Get a Job! Exercise 12.2, p. 313
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning Chapter 12 Audio Summary
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning FOCUS TV Major & Career FOCUS TV Major & Career Focus TV Focus TV Discussion ?s Back to Menu Back to Menu Back to Activities Back to Activities © 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning
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© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning FOCUS TV Discussion Questions 1.What was your childhood dream of what you wanted to become? Is that dream anywhere close to the future you see for yourself now? 2.FOCUS correspondent, Matt McClain, ends his report by saying that maybe choosing a major isn’t about pursuing your wildest childhood dreams. Maybe it’s about finding something you’re good at and, more importantly, something you’d want to do for the rest of your life. Discuss several options about which his statement that might be true for you. 3.What’s your impression of Josh, who plays Ethan Cole in FOCUS? Is he someone you’d admire or want as a friend or classmate? What aspects of his personality came through on screen? What kind of a real student do you think he is? 4.Does the warning about “College in a Box” make sense to you? Do you agree that many students see college as a long list of requirements that they need to check off without thinking about their overall college experience and the interconnectedness of knowledge? What is it really about? 5. Look back at Ethan’s SWOT analysis for his dream of becoming a professional skateboarder in chapter 12. After studying it, what advice would you give Ethan?
© 2012 Wadsworth, Cengage Learning FOCUS on Community College Success F CUSPoints An Interactive Teaching Tool FOCUS on COMMUNITY COLLEGE SUCCESS Second Edition Chapter 12 Constance Staley and Aren Moore
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