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Unit #5 TEST/Job Interview
Friday, Oct. 16
Monday, Oct. 19
Tuesday, Oct. 20
Wednesday, Oct. 21
Thursday, Oct. 22
Friday, Oct. 23
These two days will be
used to review the
information and skills
presented in this unit
and measure the
objectives learned.
**Note: Any assignments NOT completed in class will be considered HOMEWORK**
Monday, Oct. 26
Tuesday, Oct. 27
Wednesday, Oct. 28
Thursday, Oct. 29
Friday, Oct. 30
Unit Objectives
Unit Objectives
Last Day to Turn in Missing Work
Without the 30% Discount
Study Guide
Homework, Enrichment, and Alternate Assignments
Auto Loan Calculator
Mortgage Calculator
Student Loan Calculator
Bankrate.com: General Loan Calculator
Paycheck Calculator
Unit #5 Daily Lessons (Subject to change)
**Note: Any assignments NOT completed in class will be considered HOMEWORK**
Daily Activities
Day/Date
Assignments
Stock
Market Sim
Presentation
College
Planning
Portfolio
Resources
Reading
PowerPoint
Mapskills
Writing
Video
Test
Class/Group
Activity
Graphic
Organizer
Reading
Primary
Sources
Research
Notes
Review
Quiz
TRS
Small
Group
Video &
Discussion
Unit #5 - Career/Education
Unit #5 - Career/Education
Stock Market Project
College Planning
Preparing to Interview
Writing a Resume
Future Planning
Researching Careers
Possible Careers
Future Goals
Researching Careers
Job Outlook
Job Security and Growth
Job Search
Job Application
Resume Template Link #1
Resume Template Link #2
Resume Template Link #3
College Planning
Choosing a College
College Sorter
Paying for College
Researching Colleges
Applying to Colleges
Applying for Aid (FAFSA)
Researching Student Loans
Understanding Student Loans
Student Loans
Bankrate.com: General Loan Calculator
Student Loan Calculator
Application Organizer
Texas Workforce Commission
Career and Job Information
Payroll Deductions
CPI.1  The student uses employability skills to gain an entry-level job in a high-skill, high-wage, or high-demand field.  The student is expected to:
    (A)  identify employment opportunities;
    (B)  demonstrate the application of essential workplace skills in the career acquisition process;
    (C)  develop a personal resumé;
    (D)  complete job search documents, including job applications and I-9 and W-4 forms;
    (E)  demonstrate proper interview techniques in various situations;
    (F)  create and complete appropriate documents such as electronic portfolio, employment application, letter of intent, and thank you letters.
CPI.9  The student identifies skills and attributes necessary for professional advancement. The student is expected to:
    (A)  evaluate and compare employment options, including salaries and benefits;
    (B)  compare rewards and demands for various levels of employment in a variety of careers;
    (C)  determine how interests, abilities, personal priorities, and family responsibilities affect career choices;
    (D)  determine continuing education opportunities that enhance career advancement and promote lifelong learning.
CPII.9 The student acquires the academic and technical skills for future education and employment in high-skill,high-wage, or high-demand occupations. The student is expected to:
    (A)  research and identify current or emerging occupations;
    (B)  analyze future employment outlook;
    (C)  research entrepreneurial opportunities;
    (D)  analyze rewards and demands for various levels of employment;
    (E)  identify the academic and technical entry requirements for employment in various high-skill, high-wage, or high-demand occupations;
    (F)  identify and pursue opportunities, available in high school and post secondary, to acquire the necessary academic and technical skills for employment in high-skill, high-wage, or
                high-demand occupations
    (G)  evaluate the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees;
    (H)  apply money-management and financial-planning techniques.
CPII.10 The student identifies skills and attributes necessary for professional advancement. The student is expected to:
    (A)  evaluate and compare employment options such as salaries, benefits, and prerequisites;
    (B)  compare rewards and demands for various levels of employment in a variety of careers;
    (C)  determine continuing education opportunities that enhance career advancement and promote lifelong learning;
    (D)  determine preparation requirements for levels of employment in a variety of careers;
    (E)  determine interests, abilities, personal priorities, and family responsibilities affecting career choice;
    (F)  demonstrate effective methods to secure, maintain, and terminate employment.
PFL.15 College and postsecondary education and training. The student recognizes the costs and benefits of various types of college,
    postsecondary education, and training. The student is expected to:
    (A) analyze the relationship between education and training and earnings;
    (B) identify types of costs associated with college, postsecondary education, and training;
    (C) compare costs among postsecondary education and training institutions such as public universities, private universities, certification programs, and community colleges; and
    (D) analyze the quality of education investment using measures such as academic reputation, selectivity and rigor in a chosen area of study, average starting salary of students graduating in
         chosen field, and likelihood of student graduation.
PFL.16 College and postsecondary education and training. The student understands various options for paying for college, postsecondary education, and training. The student is expected to:
    (A) understand how, why, and when to complete grant and scholarship applications and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) provided by the U.S. Department of Education;
    (B) research various sources of funds for postsecondary education and training, including student loans, grants and scholarships, and other sources such as work-study and military programs; and
    (C) analyze the advantages and disadvantages of various sources of funds for postsecondary education and training, including student loans, grants and scholarships, and other sources such as work-study
          and military programs.
E.21 Personal financial literacy. The student understands the various methods available to pay for college and other
postsecondary education and training.  The student is expected to:
    (A) Understand how to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) provided by the United States Department of Education.
    (B) Research and evaluate various scholarship opportunities such as those from state governments, schools, employers, individuals, private companies, nonprofits, and professional organizations.
    (C) Analyze and compare student grant options.
    (D) Analyze and compare student loan options, including private and federal loans.
    (E) Research and evaluate various work-study program opportunities.
    (F) Investigate nontraditional methods of paying for college or postsecondary education and training.
In Unit #5 students will explore the world of work.  They will learn the process of
choosing a career and finding a job.  Students will examine their possible career
choices, and the steps needed to become qualified for careers in those fields.  They will
develop a job outlook analysis for their chosen fields.  Students will focus on education
and training beyond high school.  They will investigate ways to select the best training
available to them.  The class will learn what to look for when choosing what type of
training they will need and what to consider when selecting a school or institute to
attend.  They will examine job and market trends to determine their employability upon
completion of their training.  Students will also research ways to finance their education
and training.  The class will also determine the cost of their education and/or training at
the specific institution they plan to attend.  They will learn how to apply for scholarships,
grants, and other kinds of financial aid.  The class will create individual resumes,
complete job applications, and other tasks related to finding and beginning a new job.  
Students will have an opportunity to practice a job interview and learn about the
employment process.  
Review & Prepare for Unit #5 TEST
Creating a Resume
Creating a Resume
College Planning
Applying for Aid (FAFSA)
Notes and Discussion
Notes and Discussion
Notes and Discussion
Notes and Discussion
Interview Tips & Strategies
Notes and Discussion
Notes and Discussion
Notes and Discussion
Monday, Nov. 2
Tuesday, Nov. 3
Wednesday, Nov. 4