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Income / Education. OGT Prep Week of January 28, 2013 Ms. Lynch. Let’s get started!. Do you have a job? If yes, do you know what minimum wage is? If yes, how many hours do you work? Do you know how many hours a full time employee works each year? Real example….

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### Income / Education

OGT Prep

Week of January 28, 2013

Ms. Lynch

• Do you have a job?

• If yes, do you know what minimum wage is?

• If yes, how many hours do you work?

• Do you know how many hours a full time employee works each year?

• Real example…

• Use problem solving skills to calculate and compare hourly rates and annual income.

• Project annual income given varied scenarios.

• Calculate mean and range to compare annual incomes.

• Conduct research to estimate the annual income for two professions (job titles) in a career field of interest.

• Select one of the professions and research the educational requirements for the profession.

• Research to identify one institution that offers the required program of study.

• Work with a peer to practice collaboration.

• Reflect on learning.

• Hourly Rate: A fixed _________of money paid an employee for an _______ of work (\$/hour)

• Annual Income: The _______amount of money paid to an employee for one __________(Annual Income = 2080 hours X Hourly Rate)

• Employee: a _______________that works for someone else in return for ______________

• Post-Secondary Education: _____________ and/or education that occurs after high school _______________

• Source: http://www.learnersdictionary.com/lwod.php

• Professions: a type of ______that requires special education, training, or ___________

• Degree Requirements: something that is _______________or must be done to obtain a degree (certificate, license, etc.)

• Problem-solving: the process or act of __________a solution to an _____________ (or problem)

• Approach: to begin to ________ with or think about something

• Logic: a proper or _____________ way of thinking about or understanding ________________

• Solution: an _________________for something that is difficult to _________________

• Explanation: the act or ________________ of making something clear or _____________to understand

• Data: facts or _________________used usually to calculate, _______________, or plan something

• Compare / Contrast: to look at (two or more things) closely in order to see what is ____________ or different about them or in order to decide which one is _______________

• Project: a task or problem in school that requires ___________ work over a period of ____________

• Mean, Median and Mode: Mean is the _______________; Mode is the _________frequent; ______________ is the value in the middle.

• Maximum: the ____________________ number or amount that is possible or allowed

• Minimum: the _______________ number or amount that is possible or allowed

• Range: a series of numbers that includes the highest and lowest possible amounts (Range = ____________ – ______________)

• Collaboration: to __________ with another person or group in order to ______________ or do something

• Annual Income =

(2080 hours / year) (\$ / hour)

• Ohio Minimum Wage = \$7.85 / hour

• Example: Ceramic Engineer

• Search Terms:

• Ceramic Engineer, Salary, Education Requirements

• Result 1: Ceramic Engineer

• Ceramic Engineering Programs + US

• Result 2: http://www.univsource.com/ceramic.htm

• What did I learn today?

• Agricultural and environmental systems

• Arts and communications

• Construction technologies

• Education and training

• Engineering and science technologies

• Finance

• Health science

• Hospitality and tourism

• Human services

• Information technology

• Law and public safety

• Manufacturing technologies

• Marketing

• Transportation systems

• What did you learn?

• Can you give an example of “every day” math?