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CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION A VIABLE PATHWAY TO SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND CAREERS August 26, 2010 COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS COURSE CTE College.

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2 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION A VIABLE PATHWAY TO SUCCESS IN COLLEGE AND CAREERS August 26, 2010 COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS COURSE CTE College & Academies-9th Grade Level Presenter: Betty Sandifer

3 1 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Syllabus Highlights 1. Designed for 9 th graders admitted into Career & Technical Education College and Career Academies 2.Year long, single period course 3.No pre-requisite requirements 4.Required Textbook: Mariotti, Steve, Patel, Neelam, Weixel, Suzanne; Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century, 1 st edition, Curriculum comprised of four modules: Module I - Technology Foundations Module II - College and Career Exploration Module III -Basic Financial Literacy Module IV -Employability Skills 6.Integration of technology application across all modules 7.Career goal development 8.Career portfolio development 9.Guided reflection throughout course 10.Portfolio exit interview/presentation – culminating activity

4 2 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Instructional Tools Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century – Textbook Interactive Internet Integration Promotes Critical Thinking Skills Promotes Small Group Activities Instructional Modules (4) Website Based Lessons Whats Next Illinois Transitions: Soft Skills ASCD Educational Services DVD Journal Reflection Questions Journal Reflection Scoring Rubric Career Portfolio Scoring Rubric Portfolio Artifact for Each Module

5 3 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Journal Reflection Questions JOURNAL REFLECTION QUESTIONS What I learned This Week: How does the learning relate to my college or career goal? Areas In Which I Am Making Progress: I Need to Improve In: My Goal for Next Week: What I Enjoyed Most This Week: Name:_________________________ Date: _________________________ Period:________________________ Module:_______________________ Related Activity Title:________________________

6 4 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Portfolio Artifact List - Module II MODULE II: COLLEGE AND CAREER EXPLORATION Lesson Artifacts Interest Profiler Career Interest Areas Chart (Career Clusters) Values Clarification Worksheets Interest Inventory Worksheets Social Inventory Worksheet Job Profile Worksheet Informational Interviews Basic Skills Survey Changing World Changing Careers Worksheet College Budget College and Career Vision Statement CPS Four Year High School Plan High School Graduation Requirements

7 5 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Portfolio Artifact List - Module III MODULE III: BASIC FINANCIAL LITERACY Lesson Artifacts Career: Labor You Love Worksheet Budget: Dont Go Broke Budget Collage Bank Comparison Poster Bank Comparison Worksheet How To Use A Checkbook Worksheet Checking Account handout Saving And Investing Handout Financial Planning: Your Road Man Worksheet Consumer Fraud Topics Consumer Fraud Presentation Rubric

8 6 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Portfolio Artifact List - Module IV MODULE IV: COLLEGE AND CAREER PREPARATIPON Lesson Artifacts College and Career Long and Short Term Goals Career Profiles Work Skills Assessment Worksheet Dressing for Success – Dos and Donts Punctually Worksheet – Skills for Success First Impression Worksheet Good First Impression Worksheet Business Vocabulary Worksheet Cultural Sensitivity Worksheet Cultural Common Sense Worksheet Self Assessment Worksheet Bottom line People Worksheet Bottom line Buster Worksheet Multitasking Pre-Quiz Worksheet Building Ethical Relationships

9 7 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module II – College and Career Exploration Outcome The College and Career Exploration Module will EXPOSE 9 th grade students to CAREER OPTIONS; help them follow through on an educational plan that will lead to a desired IT career, while simultaneously encouraging them to strive academically and practice proficiency in the use of appropriate basic technology skills.

10 8 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module II – College and Career Exploration Career Awareness Lesson Plans Completion Time IT Skill/sOther SkillsAssessment Tools Resources/MaterialsAssignments What Makes You Tick? Research Career Options/Career Clusters Follow prompt for login access code; select educator/counselor, click on Resources Objective: Student will become more aware of character traits and related career interests min Sessions INTERNET Printer Word Processing Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Worksheet: What Makes You Tick Chart – Interest Areas Internet Access Complete: Interest Profiler What Makes You Tick Portfolio Artifact Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century: Chap. 1; Recognizing Character Traits : pp Group Discussions: Positive/Negative Qualities Myth/Truth Journal Reflection Standards ILS: Stage H – English 5A – Students who meet this standard can locate, organize and use information from various sources to answer questions, solve problems and communicate ideas. ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a – Understands and uses technology systems Lesson 10-1 Finding Direction from Someone Who Is Lost Self Improvement Employability Soft Skill Preparation 10 th Grade Transitions ASCD Educational Services DVD Objective: Student will learn the importance of assessing skills and interests in choosing an appropriate career direction min Sessions INTERNET Printer Word Processing Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Worksheets: Transferable Skills Exercise Values Clarification Exercise Role Play Center Video Complete Worksheet Exercises Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century: Chap. 1 Recognizing Your Values pp. 6-8 Group Discussion Identifying Work Values Myth/Truth Journal Reflection Standards ILS: Stage H – English 4B – Students who meet the standard can speak effectively using language appropriate to the situation and audience. ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a-Understands and uses technology systems

11 9 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module II – College and Career Exploration Lesson 10-2 – Know Thy Self – Self Improvement Employability Soft Skill Preparation 10 th Grade Transitions ASCD Educational Services DVD Objective: Student will learn the importance of assessing skills and interests as they relate to developing long-term and short-term career objectives. 1-50min Sessions INTERNET Word Processing Printer Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Worksheets Interest Inventory Social Interest Inventory Role Play Center Video Complete Worksheets Exercises Journal Reflection Portfolio Artifacts Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century: Personal Strengths p 9-10 Group Discussions Showing Your Values Interests and Careers Standards ILS: Stage H – English 3C- Students who meet this standard can communicate ideas in writing to accomplish a variety of purposes. ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a-Understands and uses technology systems What Can I Do With A Background In …..? sNextIllinois.orgwww.What sNextIllinois.org. Follow prompt for login access code; select educator/counselor, click on resources Objective: Student will become aware of a variety of career options min Sessions INTERNET Printer Word Processing Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Worksheets: What can I do with a background in? Container with Career Titles Internet Access Complete: Complete Careers Worksheet Use Internet for Career Search Group Discussion Journal Reflection Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century: Chap 1, Career Profile p.17, 33,47,63,86 Internet Career Searches Team Work Group Discussions Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Standards ILS: Stage H – English 4B – Students who meet the standard can speak effectively using language appropriate to the situation and audience. ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a-Understands and uses technology systems

12 10 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module IV – College and Career Readiness Outcome The College and Career Readiness (employability skills) Module will expose 9 th grade students to real world experiences related to obtaining and maintaining a job; while simultaneously encouraging them to strive academically and to practice proficiency in the use of appropriate basic technology skills.

13 11 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module IV – College and Career Readiness Career Awareness Lesson Plans Completio n Time IT Skill/sOther SkillsAssessmen t Tools Resources/MaterialsAssignments Lesson 10-3 – Career Planning Long Term Goals Employability Soft Skill Preparation 10 th Grade Transitions ASCD Educational Services DVD Objective: Student will learn the importance of developing and maintaining a long-term perspective for his/her career and in his/her life min Sessions INTERNE T Word Processing Printer Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Worksheets: Long Term Plan Pre-Quiz Begin with Decisions Role Play Center Video Complete Pre-Quiz Complete Worksheet Develop Long Term Plan Portfolio Artifacts Exploring Careers for the 21st Century: Analyzing Employability Skills pp Myth/Truth Web Extra Transferable Skills Career Profile Journal Reflection Standards ILS: Stage H – English Language Arts 4B – Students who meet the standard can speak effectively using language appropriate to the situation and audience. ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a-Understands and uses technology systems Lesson 10-4: Dressing for Success Self Improvement Employability Soft Skill Preparation 10 th Grade Transitions ASCD Educational Services DVD Objective: Students will learn the importance of dressing appropriately in the work place and how it is a sign of professionalism and respectfulness. 2-50min Sessions INTERNE T Word Processing Printer Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Worksheets: Pre-Quiz Do and Don ts Anecdotes Role Play Center Video Complete Worksheets Exercises Journal Reflection Portfolio Artifacts Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century, Chap.1 Appearance/Attitude p.14 Group Discussion Journal Reflection Standards ILS: Stage H – English 3C- Students who meet this standard can communicate ideas in writing to accomplish a variety of purposes ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a-Understands and uses technology systems

14 12 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module IV – College and Career Readiness Lesson 10-5 Proper Work Place Attendance Self Improvement Employability Soft Skill Preparation 10 th Grade Transitions ASCD Educational Services DVD Objective: The students will learn the importance of workplace punctuality and attendance min Sessions INTERNET Word Processing Printer Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Worksheets Pre-Quiz Quote/Anecdotes Role Play Videos Self Assessment Complete Worksheet Exercises Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century, Chap. 6 Skills for Success pp Group Discussions: Career Tips Myth/Truth Standards ILS: Stage I English Students who meet the standard can speak effectively using language appropriate to the situation and audience. ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a-Understands and uses technology systems Lesson 10-6 Working Hard or Hardly Working Self Improvement Employability Soft Skill Preparation 10 th Grade Transitions ASCD Educational Services DVD Objective: The students will learn the importance that employers place on having employees who get their work done on time by working hard and working with efficiency, intelligence, creativity and, ingenuity min Sessions INTERNET Word Processing Printer Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Worksheets: Pre-Quiz Work Skills Assessment Quote/Anecdote Charade Scenarios Work Place Role Play Video Vignette Complete Worksheet Exercises Group Discussions Portfolio Artifact Journal Reflection Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century, Chap 15, Being a Successful Employee pp Group Discussion Meeting Your Employer s Expectation Career Fact Standards ILS: Stage H – English 3C- Students who meet this standard can communicate ideas in writing to accomplish a variety of purposes ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a-Understands and uses technology systems

15 13 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module III – Basic Financial Literacy Outcome The Basic Financial Literacy Module will help students develop financial literacy through experience with budgeting and money management and show the relationship of finances to life and career goals; while simultaneously encouraging them to strive academically and to practice proficiency in the use of appropriate basic technology skills.

16 14 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module III – Basic Financial Literacy Did you know? Rule of 72 To find out how fast your money will accumulate at different interest rates, follow the Rule of 72. When you divide the number 72 by the interest rate, the answer tells you how long it will take your savings to double. For example, at 6% your money will double in 12 years (72÷ 6).

17 15 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module III – Basic Financial Literacy Basic Financial Literacy On-line Lesson Plans Completio n Time IT Skill/sOther SkillsAssessment Tools Resources/MaterialsAssignments Career Unit: Career Goals And Finances This unit is intended to help students understand that their education and career choices are directly related to the standard of living they will have in the future. They will see that sometimes it takes money to make money and that they need to plan NOW to make things happen in their futures. Objective: Student will be able to identify various forms of income and analyze factors that affect income. (Click on Financial Literacy) General Financial Literacy Lesson Plans K-12 Core Lesson Plans Utah Education Network Utah Curriculum Resources Utah State Office of Education Financial Literacy Unit min Sessions INTERNET Printer Word Processing Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century: Chap.20: Money Management: Why We Use Money Comparing Financial Needs and Wants Setting Financial Goals pp Group Discussions: Getting Started Why Worry About Money? Numbers Game If You Had One Hundred Dollars Avoiding the Impulse Myth/Truth Journal Reflections On-line Lesson Worksheets: Listening & Learning Log Career: Labor You Love Sections 1,2,3 Career PowerPoint Teacher Help Sheet On-line Lesson View PowerPoint Group Discussion Complete Worksheets Portfolio Artifact Journal Reflections Budget: Don t Go Broke (NEFE) Budgeting and Money Management This unit is intended to teach students how to budget their money. They learn how taxes affect the money they earn, how much they really have, they track where it goes, and figure out a plan for what is left. Objective: Student will be able to describe the role of planning and maintaining a balanced budget min Sessions INTERNET Printer Word Processing Spreadsheet Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century: Chap.20: Managing a Budget pp Group Discussions: Monthly Budget Chart Ways to Increase Income Tech Connect Career Profile Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflections On-line Lesson Worksheets: Listening & Learning Log Budget: Don t Go Broke Teacher Help Sheet On-line Lesson View PowerPoint Group Discussions Complete Worksheet Portfolio Artifact Journal Reflection Standards ILS: Stage H – English Language Arts 5A – Students who meet this standard can locate, organize and use information from various sources to answer questions, solve problems and communicate ideas. ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a – Understands and uses technology systems

18 16 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module III – Basic Financial Literacy Budgeting and Checking When student actually experiences a practical application of the concepts they have learned, it becomes real to them. This activity helps them incorporate several skills and concepts at once. Background for Teachers: When we have discussed needs, wants, values, budgeting, spending, saving, banking, and check writing. Each of these components is present in this simulation. Objective: Student will be able to describe the role of planning and maintaining a balanced budget. Instructional Procedures Once each of the listed topics have been discussed and reviewed, give each student or group all supplies. Print the PowerPoint with the instructions with two slides on a page for a handout, or project it on a LCD. Students are given three areas to budget for as an office manager 1- supplies, 2- hardware, 3- desk and chair. (See PowerPoint for scenario details). Students shop either online or from office supply magazines to provide equipment for a new office. They must cut out the items, provide sub totals for each category, figure tax, figure grand totals, write a check for each category, and create a collage with all information. (See student work samples!) 5-50min Sessions INTERNET Word Processing Printer Critical Thinking Reading Writing Listening Speaking Quizzes Career Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflection Rubric Career Portfolio Review Exploring Careers for the 21 st Century, Chap 20; Analyzing Your Paycheck, Understanding Your Paycheck, Understanding Your Pay Stub pp Group Discussions When Will I Get Paid? Career Tip Myth/Truth Journal Reflections On-line Lesson Individual /Small Group Scissors Glue 11X17 Paper Markers 2 Blank Checks Budget/Checking PowerPoint On-line Lesson View Power Point Complete Budget Collage Portfolio Artifacts Journal Reflections Standards ILS: Stage H – English Language Arts 5A – Students who meet this standard can locate, organize and use information from various sources to answer questions, solve problems and communicate ideas. ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a – Understands and uses technology systems

19 17 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module I – Technology Foundations For Educational and Career Development Outcome The Technology Foundations Module will introduce and expose 9 th grade students to key computer literacy and fluency skills; help them integrate technology principals into their educational development; to use technology in their educational and future college and work environments, while simultaneously encouraging them to strive academically and to practice proficiency in the use of appropriate basic technology skills.

20 18 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module I – Technology Foundations For Educational and Career Development Technology Awareness Lesson Plans Completi on Time IT Skill/sOther SkillsResources/MaterialsAssignments Lesson 1-1 What technology means now. Computers all around us Objective: Student will become more aware of how deeply embedded is information technology in our current lives; student will discover many formats of current computers." 1-50 min Session PC Printer Critical Thinking Listening Writing Reading Resource Sheet: Information Technology Concepts Study Guide Chart – Technology in your Life Complete the Definitions I The Hard Stuff I Microsoft Office 2007 Essential Introduction to Computers Com 2, Com 6, Com 21, Figure 34 Journal Reflection (Things Technology Touches) Assessment Tools ILS: Stage H – English Language Arts 5A – Students who meet this standard can locate, organize and use information from various sources to answer questions, solve problems and communicate ideas. ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a – Understands and uses technology systems Quizzes, Journal Reflections, Notebook Check

21 19 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Module I – Technology Foundations For Educational and Career Development Lesson 1-2 – PC Basics Basic Hardware Facts – the Basic Parts Parts and Measurement students and parents link plus the quiz Objective: Student will increase technological jargon literacy as well ability to research current technology facts and learn online min Sessions INTERNE T PC Critical Thinking Listening Research Skills Worksheets: Transferable Skills – What jobs need this knowledge? Exercise Complete the Definitions I Measuring The Hard Stuff I Microsoft Office 2007 Essential Introduction to Computers Com 4- Com 18, Com Assessment Tools. ISTE: Technology Operations and Concepts 6a-Understands and uses technology systems Quizzes: Journal Reflections, Notebook Check

22 20 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Workshop Reflection What did I learn in this workshop? How does this learning relate to my teaching goals? Areas in which I am making progress: I need to improve in: My goal for teaching this course next fall: What I enjoyed most about this workshop:

23 21 CTE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Contact Information Department of College and Career Preparation Karen Cushing CTE Curriculum Specialist Voice: Fax:


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