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Students practice completing applications for jobs. They examine the do's and dont's of filling out an application. They also participate in a mock interview process.
Students investigate the patterns of different data sets of numbers. They use critical thinking skills in order to find the missing numbers in any given set. This lesson helps to develop the skill of number sense.
Students brainstorm jobs that help contribute to a smooth running classroom. After identifying responsibilities and skills necessary for each job, they created "Help Wanted" posters. Students design their own letterhead and submit...
Your techies will love the photos of young Jobs and Wozniack in this brief overview of Steve Jobs' trip from garage to grandeur, from millionaire at 24 to ousted at 30. A very positive spin on a mercurial genius.
Seventh graders, after completing a warm up on if you have three more diamonds than two times what Jon has, and you have 17 diamonds, how many diamonds does Jon have?, generalize a method for solving algebraic equations to model a given...
Students are introduced to job applications and interviews. In this life skills lesson plan, students practice filling out job applications. Students also go through mock interviews to prepare for getting a job. Some excellent printable...
Students study information about job applications, interviews,and work skills. They create or update a personal resume and complete a job application. They complete a job application, prepare for a job interview, and know what...
Students can navigate job choices, understand the application process, and find characteristics of a company they many be interested in. Students research the Family Dollar Company and find out about the coporation, types of jobs...
Students explore the World Wide Web and its interconnecting threads providing data. The lesson was originally written for librarians with little or no net experiences.