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Activity 1 reading guide Pages 52-77 Purpose To help you remember the information Directions Complete before and after you read Chapter 3
1.learning about careers help you make a career choice. yes 2.Books and the internet are good sources of career information. yes 3.The goal of an informational interview is to get a job. no 4.The best way to research careers is to try the work yourself. No try it out 4.It is a good idea to make a film career decision right now. Yes and no
1.learning about careers help you make a career choice. yes 2.Books and the internet are good sources of career information. yes 3.The goal of an informational interview is to get a job. no 4.The best way to research careers is to try the work yourself. No try it out 5.It is a good idea to make a film career decision right now. Yes and no
Activity 2 jobs in the world around you Page 52-77 Purpose Help you notice the world around the world Directions Write down the jobs you noticed and were they were
Did you see any jobs you liked? Then answer the questions about those occupations
Activity 3 matching occupations to career clusters Purpose Help learn what to recognize how occupations fit into career clusters Directions Connect with the correct columns sections
Construction worker Farmer Business manager Artist Banker Teacher Registered Nurse Mayor Philologist Hotel Clerk Lawyer Computer Technician Marketing manager Machine operator Truck driver Electrical engineer Agriculture food and natural resources Architecture and construction Arts, audio/ video technology, and communications Business, management, and administration Education and training Finance Government and public administration Health science Hospitality and tourism Human services Information technology Law, public safety, and security Manufacturing marketing., sales, and security Science, technology, engineering Transportation, distribution and logistics
Career ClusterOccupation Agriculture food and natural resources farmer Architecture and constructionconstruction Arts, audio/ video technology, and communications Artistic Business, management, and administrationBusiness manager Education and trainingTeacher Finance banker Government and public administrationmayor Health sciencenurse Hospitality and tourismHotel clerk Human servicespsychologist Information technologyMachine operator Law, public safety, and securitylawyer ManufacturingElectrical engineer Marketing, sales, and securityMarketing manager Science, technology, engineeringComputer technician Transportation, distribution and logisticsTruck driver Write an occupation from each cluster. Think of jobs not listed
Activity 4 investigating career clusters Pages 54-62 and 69-71 Purpose Learn more about careers that interest you Directions Chose a career cluster that interest you. Answer questions about it.
1. Why does this career cluster interest you? I like to draw and build things 2. Write three jobs in this career that interest you? Architect, sculptor interior designer 3. What jobs in this cluster could you try out while you are still in school? Taking art classes and doing well in math 4. Which classes in school could help you prepare for a career in this field? Math and art.
Interview a person in that career cluster. Ask the following questions.
Activity 5 using the internet to research careers Pages 67-68 Purpose Practice internet research Directions Research and fill out the questions bellow
What is the website address for site address of the occupational outlook handbook home page? List three places were cashiers work. Wal-Mart, gas station, and restaurant List five jobs duties of cashiers. What are the work hours of cashiers?