Studying for Careers

A instructional activity bridges the connection between studying and careers. Scholars complete a vocabulary worksheet in preparation for a discussion on study habits and career skills. Learners fill out another worksheet to identify which study habits best connects to certain career skills. Using their newfound knowledge, pupils make a list of new study habits they plan to work on to better their career readiness.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas
  • Make an anchor chart that lists study habits
  • Use the last discussion as an Exit Ticket to conclude the learning experience
  • Gather a collection of books about a variety of careers for class members to browse when time permits
Classroom Considerations
  • The lesson requires copies of several worksheets
Pros
  • Promotes social-emotional competency—self-management
  • Spotlights the importance of strong study habits, a habit that benefits participants now and in the future
Cons
  • None
Common Core