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Exploring Careers:  16 Career Cluster Units BUNDLE

Exploring Careers: 16 Career Cluster Units BUNDLE

This career unit bundle gives students an introduction to each of the 16 Career Clusters and focuses on research and projects to demonstrate what a career in this field would be like. This is perfect for a career, technology, CTE or business class. Each career cluster unit takes from 1-2 weeks and the entire bundle takes approximately 28 weeks if all of the materials are used. All units are available individually, if you prefer. The project was created for grades 7-8 but could easily be used with high school students. The teacher can choose to use some or all of the provided lesson options included in each unit. Unit plans for the following career clusters are included: • Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources • Architecture & Construction • Arts, A/V Technology & Communications • Business Management & Administration • Education & Training • Finance • Government & Public Administration • Health Science • Hospitality & Tourism • Human Services • Information Technology • Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security • Manufacturing • Marketing, Sales & Service • Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) • Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Each unit contains the following: • Teacher & Student Resources for the specific career cluster: including list of files provided, project duration, materials needed, links to research sites, links to related videos and extension lessons, links to tutorials. • Introduction to the Career Cluster – Editable Microsoft PowerPoint presentation • Introduction to the Career Cluster Research Reading and Questions • Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle (includes answer key) • Job Type Word Search Puzzle (includes answer key) • Individual Student Project (technology based) to research and or simulate the career. These include full student instructions, grading rubric. Resources, samples, and/or tutorials are included where appropriate. • Group Project (most are NOT technology based or just need access to a computer briefly for research) to use critical thinking and teamwork skills in a career simulation. These include full student instructions, grading rubric, handouts for brainstorming/compiling information. Resources and other documents necessary for completion are included where appropriate. • Career Cluster Reflection Questions to summarize learning from the lesson (an editable, Microsoft Word file) Files Included in this Bundle: • Teacher Notes for the Career Unit Bundle • A file folder containing the full unit for each of the 16 career clusters (16 total files)

By innovationsintechnology

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Communication skills in the Workplace Bundle

Communication skills in the Workplace Bundle

This set of resources contains essential communications skills for all industries. Worksheets, activities and Powerpoint Presentations. Active Listening Assertive Communication Complaint Resolution Conflict Management Styles Customer Service Skills Worksheet Feedback model Giving verbal instructions Goal Setting H&S Values Time Management Teamwork

By biowriterab

Customer Service Skills Worksheets and Activities

Customer Service Skills Worksheets and Activities

These worksheets are an excellent way to start learners thinking about customer service and the role it plays in the business. They contain definitions and brainstorming activities as well as written work activities that capture personal experience with thought provoking questions. They lead up to providing good examples to produce roleplays with. Additionally there is a self analysis survey for learners to complete. It is titled 'Customer Service Self analysis for your and your centre' (Daycare) I have used these resources when teaching early childhood educators, retail staff and other service industries. The resource includes answers and are available in both pdf and .doc format for editing purposes if required.

By biowriterab

Real World Math - How Math is Used in Sales Jobs

Real World Math - How Math is Used in Sales Jobs

This project has students using real-world math skills to learn to perform the calculations that are done in sales jobs. They will use formulas (included) to learn how to compute averages, percentages, commission calculations, etc. to solve problems in common sales jobs. Are your students always asking "When will be ever USE this??" This short activity shows students a real world use for the math skills they learn every day. This lesson was created for 7th and 8th grade, but could also be used successfully in upper elementary grades. Files included: • Teacher & Student Resources • How Sales Professionals Use Math Activity/Handout • How Sales Professionals Use Math Activity Answer Key • Math Formula “Cheat Sheet”

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Miscellaneous Bundle 5

Miscellaneous Bundle 5

10 resources in total. Save £10 Another mix: Word Sudoku's, crosswords, flash cards, an ill-defined problem(as per 21CLD)

By mathsmutt

Miscellaneous Bundle 2

Miscellaneous Bundle 2

20 resources in total. Save £20. A mix of resources, picked and bundled. Drill questions, Numeracy questions, crosswords, word searches, sudokus. quadratic expansions, power points for ill-defined problems.

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Workplace Essential Skills Bundle

Workplace Essential Skills Bundle

This covers essential skills to have and build on in the work environment. Assertive Communication Complaint Resolution methods Conflict Resolution Customer Service Skills worksheet Email Communication Ethics and Workplace Dilemmas Giving and Receiving Feedback Goal Setting using SMART goals Health & Safety Identifying your Values individually and as a team Writing Standard Operating procedures (sops) Teamwork Microsoft Powerpoint

By biowriterab

Giving and Receiving Feedback using the EEC Model

Giving and Receiving Feedback using the EEC Model

This resource introduces learners to the EEC (Example, Effect, Change) model of providing feedback. It gives them the words and confidence to tackle what can sometimes be difficult conversations in an effective manner. It also covers the PAC (Patience, Ask, Confirm) model for receiving feedback. It contains four examples of how to give constructive feedback both positive and negative. There are also tables created for learners to write their own scenarios and then roleplay the interactions. There is also a video link to a Ted Talk by Sheila Heen titled 'How to use others' feedback to learn and grow.'

By biowriterab

Reading About High-Interest Jobs {Bundle}

Reading About High-Interest Jobs {Bundle}

This bundle is packed with 120 low readability stories about fun and unique careers. The included comprehension exercises are designed to teach students to better understand what they read, to follow directions, and to increase their critical thinking. A variety of jobs are covered in the informative articles that start-off each exercise. The eight comprehension questions that follow each reading exercise work to boost comprehension skills. Reading Level 2-5 | Interest Level 4-12 120 Jobs Include: - President - Teacher - Judge - Florist - Veterinarian - DJ - Realtor - Pharmacist - and more!

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Reading About High-Interest Jobs (Reading Level 4)

Reading About High-Interest Jobs (Reading Level 4)

This unit is packed with 30 low readability stories about fun and unique careers. The included comprehension exercises are designed to teach students to better understand what they read, to follow directions, and to increase their critical thinking. A variety of jobs are covered in the informative articles that start-off each exercise. The eight comprehension questions that follow each reading exercise work to boost comprehension skills. Reading Level 4 | Interest Level 4-12 30 Jobs Include: - Librarian - Lawyer - Truck Driver - Mechanic - Astronaut - Paramedic - Architect - Florist - and more!

By RemediaPub

Standard Operator Procedure Lesson (SOPs)

Standard Operator Procedure Lesson (SOPs)

Use this resource to introduce learners to the basics of writing a standard operating procedure for the workplace. It contains a worksheet with definition and top tips to write an effective procedure and a template for learners to use to write their procedure. It is available in both word and pdf format so that changes can be made if required.

By biowriterab