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  1. Outline of Daily Planjust an idea how how to break down the info and unit. ☺ • Day 1 –introduce project / Naviance set up • Day 2 – career planning intro and step 1 step 2 & 3 / quiz / project work • Day 3 –How to get the job (education, etc.) / project • Day 4 – Hiring Process / MTV Hired / Project • Day 5 – QUIZ Selection Process / Project • Day 6 – Separation & Transfer / Project • Day 7 – Project / Review • Day 8 – Project / Unit Test • Day 9 – Presentations (12-13 presentations / block) • Day 10 – Presentations (12-13 presentations / block)

  2. 10/14/13: DO NOW Imagine Open your shared folder and create a new google document and title it Career Unit Notes. Answer the following: Imagine you are getting ready for your first job interview. How can you prepare yourself so that you make the best impression?

  3. 10/14/13: Agenda Introduction to Interviewing MTV HIRED Video- Closure: Visit the website for each company shown on MTV HIRED. Are there currently any job openings Would you like to work there? Why/Why not? HW: Speak to a few adults (or older siblings) about their experiences with jobs & interviews. How do they prepare? What type of things were they asked? Have they ever had to interview others for a position at their company.

  4. 10/17/13: DO NOWOpen up notes from last class and discuss them and your HW questions with your neighbor. Agenda: • MTV HIRED! Share Do’s & Don’ts • Introduction To Career Unit • Project Overview • Introduction to Naviance (see slideshow) Closure: What is the purpose of Naviance? How will it help you as you move through your HS career? HW: Make a plan as to who you will interview for Career Project

  5. 10/17/2013: DO NOWWhat are your career interests? Have they always been the same? What has influenced them? Agenda: • Discussion: Career Planning • Project Work • Walk-through of Naviance • Take quizzes • Closure: For HW decide on who you are interviewing. Study notes.

  6. Agenda 10/24/13 Do Now: Visit monster.com or careerbuilder.com. Select a job posting that interests you. What will you need to do to become qualified for the job? What is appealing about it? What career cluster is it a part of? Discussion: Career Planning Sign up for Career Choice Closure: Think about the adults that you know and the work they perform. Who would you like to job shadow? Why? How can you make this happen?

  7. Agenda 10/24/13 Do Now: Describe the job posting you found for HW. Identify the job title, career cluster, requirements, and why it interests you. Write this in your Career Unit Notes. Discussion: Career Planning Sign up for Career Choice Closure: Think about the adults that you know and the work they perform. Who would you like to job shadow? Why? How can you make this happen?

  8. Agenda 10/28/13 Do Now: Study for Career Planning Quiz Career Planning Quiz Sign up for Career Choice Discussion: The Selection Process Social Media Ca Hurt You… Nasty Interview Questions Project Work Closure: Think about the adults that you know and the work they perform. Who would you like to job shadow? Why? How can you make this happen?

  9. Deciding What You Want to Do A job is something you do to make money. A career is an occupation or field in which you work over a long period of time.

  10. Deciding What You Want to Do Career planning consists of assessing your potential, analyzing your options, and preparing for the future.

  11. Three Steps to Planning a Career • Three steps to planning a career are • Self-Analysis---Deciding what you want to do.Takean inventory of your abilities, interests, goals, and values. • Analyzing your job options • Researching a career.

  12. Step 1: Self Analysis Abilities Aptitudes are talents that come naturally. Skills are abilities developed through learning and experience.

  13. Interests Many people’s hobbies, such as cooking, hiking, and writing stories, are their interests. Each one might suggest a possible occupation.

  14. Interests Some questions to keep in mind when looking at specific occupations or careers are: • What tasks do people in the position typically perform? • What qualifications are necessary to secure the position? • Which skills do people in the position use? • What personal and physical characteristics are necessary? • Is any previous work experience required or preferred? • What are the wage levels for the position? • What is the outlook for this occupation?

  15. Goals and Values When you choose a career, it’s important to consider whether it will give you the satisfaction that you want. The occupations that you choose should relate to what you value or think is important for your life.

  16. Three Steps to Planning a Career • Three steps to planning a career are • Self-Analysis---Deciding what you want to do.Takean inventory of your abilities, interests, goals, and values. • Analyzing your job options • Researching a career.

  17. Step 2 Analyzing Your Job Options Before deciding on a career, you need to find out where the jobs are and how to find them.

  18. The Job Market • The job market changes along with changes in population, technology, and other factors. • As the population increases, there will be an increased demand for workers in construction and engineering. • Health care is expected to be one of the biggest areas of growth.

  19. Career Information Career information is plentiful and simple to use if you know how to find it. Your teachers might be able to suggest careers that would use the abilities and interests you have shown in class.

  20. Networking Networking consists of meeting and talking to people in different occupations to find out what they do and make connections.

  21. Step 3 Researching Careers You can find a lot of information on the Internet by checking out the Bureau of Labor Statistics or job Web sites such as www.monster.comor careerbuilder.com.

  22. Career Clusters • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYowW9Iw0Sk • Each of the 16 Career Clusters represents a distinct grouping of occupations and industries based on the knowledge and skills they require. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoty8g94qyA

  23. Researching Careers • A simple way to learn what the market is for certain types of occupations is by looking in the want ads of a newspaper. • Business magazines and journals are a good source of information on changing job trends. • You can find information about careers at your schoollibrary or publiclibrary.

  24. Researching Careers For other sources of information, you can attendcareerdays and jobfairs that might be held at a local school or community center.

  25. Researching a Career The more skills you acquire, the better your chances of having the career you want and the more money you’re likely to make.

  26. Career Planning SELF ANALYSIS Consider Analyze Your Options Research Careers • Values • Goals • Interests • Responsibilities • Skills and aptitudes • Education, training, and experience

  27. Closure • Name some areas where there’s expected to be an increased demand for workers. • What are sources you can use to research careers?

  28. 10/21/20131. Review quietly for quiz. Log into NAVIANCE Agenda: • Career Quiz 1 • Discussion: Career Planning • WSJ Op-ed article/video clip • To All The Colleges That Rejected Me • Project Work: • Sign up for career choice on my spreadsheet • Closure: For HW Conduct Career Interview

  29. True or False?In order to have a successful career you must earn a 4 year degree.Discuss with your neighbors…

  30. Education Most jobs today require at least a high school education. To pursue a career, you’ll probably need some form of advanced education. A profession is a field that requires a high level of education, such as law, medicine, engineering, or education.

  31. Education To pursue a profession, you have to study at a college or university for several years and get an advanced degree.

  32. Education A trade is a field that requires a high level of manual or technical skill, such as carpentry, mechanics, or computer programming.

  33. Education If you want to learn a skill, you can go to a trade, technical, or vocational school. Most schools offer students some form of financial aid, or money to help you pay for your education. • http://www.finaid.org/

  34. Apprenticeship An apprenticeship consists of learning a trade by working under the guidance of a skilled worker, such as a chef, a plumber, or an electrician. Many apprenticeship programs are available through labor unions and trade schools.

  35. Apprenticeship An apprenticeship can last from two to five years. As an apprentice’s skills increase, so does the pay.

  36. Experience In planning for a career, gaining experience is as important as getting an education.

  37. Internship An internship is a program that provides hands-on experience for a beginner in an occupation, usually as a temporary, unpaid trainee. Internships allow you to learn how a business works from the inside and can lead directly to a job.

  38. Other Types of Experience You can gain valuable skills and experience by doing volunteer work. Your school might have a cooperative work or earn-and-learn program.

  39. Other Types of Experience Business and community leaders, teachers, and students work together to plan students’ work experiences and educational goals. Shadowing means following a person throughout a workday to see what a job involves.

  40. Project Work!!! Complete quizzes in Naviance Sign up on spreadsheet for desired careers

  41. 10/24 DO NOWThink about social media & your online persona…What do you use? What guidelines do you have for using it? Agenda: • Social Media Can Hurt You… • Discussion: The Selection Process • Project Work: • Review key dates • Closure: Conduct Career Interview for HW

  42. Weird Interview Questions How would you react if you were transformed into a fish? If you were a hot dog, would you eat yourself? What’s your theme song? Do you feel you had a normal childhood? What do wood and alcohol have in common? How often do you take your dog out for a walk? When do you think you'll get married? How many hats to you own? If yellow is over here, and blue is over there, where are you? What are five uses for staplers without staples? If you could only do one dance move the rest of your life, what would it be? Why is there fuzz on a tennis ball? If you could get rid of any one of the US states, which one would you get rid of and why?  Who are you planning to vote for in the next election? Is there intelligent life in outer space? If you ordered a steak rare and it came to the table well done, what would you do? How do I rate as an interviewer? Zombies have invaded Earth. Who is on your fighting team? On a scale of 1 to 10 how weird you are? If you were food, what type of food would you be? You are in a dark room with no light. You need matching socks for your interview and you have 19 grey socks and 25 black socks. What are the chances you will get a matching pair? Just entertain me for five minutes, I’m not going to talk. What do you think of garden gnomes? If you could be a superhero, what power would you possess? What groups in high school do you think had it the best or easiest? If you were shrunk to the size of a pencil and put in a blender, how would you get out? How do you weigh an elephant without using a scale? Who do you like best, you mom or dad? What would you do if you have a time machine? Who would win a battle between a ninja and a pirate? If someone wrote a book about you, what would the title be? If I paid you in M&Ms, how many bags of M&Ms would you require?

  43. COMPUTER SKILLS…. “I had a co-op job 10 years ago out of high school, during the interview the guy asked how I was with Excel, I said I could do it but wasn't an expert. I figured this was a somewhat honest answer as I had used it a bit in class but never in a work setting. Well, let me re-iterate, I sucked at it. I got the job and since it was admin based it revolved around excel. What I WAS proficient at was using google to find out how to find out how to do specific excel tasks and thats what I did, but you can only get away with that for so long. One time he was looking over my shoulder and asked me to quickly do something (whatever it was) and I took the long way around doing it. The guy just about had a bird right then and there. "OMG thats not how you do that!" Then ran straight to the big boss and ratted me out for saying I knew how to use excel in the interview. I got called into there a couple days later and was told I needed to learn how to use it. I bought the excel books and learned. Between that, and using it everyday I became very good at it but the problem is I havent used it since and have pretty much forgotten how to use it.” “At my last job, people who said they were "Good with Excel" were given a test prior to being hired. 80% of everyone who took it couldn't pass itand were eliminated on the spot!”

  44. Excerpt From Integrity Test

  45. Excerpt From Integrity Test

  46. The Selection Process There are four steps to selecting the right person or candidate for the job. • Job application • Interview(video) • Testing • References

  47. Job Description The job description gives a clear picture of what the job requires. It will be your task to convince an employer that you can do everything in the job description well.