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Career Explorations Honors 10 th Grade Guidance class
Learner Goals You will learn about careers that you may not have been aware of You will be able to generate questions to learn more about specific careers
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Lets Do It Break into groups of three Person A - needs to guess who I am Person B - recorder Person C – questionner Person B and C may exchange jobs half way)
You may use the questions generated by the class.
Assessment Criteria We can generate at least ten new questions in our group We can identify at least three interesting facts about this career to share with the class
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