How will I implement the assignments and activities for
WHO WHAT HOW?
Students will work on their portrait 2-3 days a week.
Students will access Computer Lab 2 days a week
Students will manage Log one day every one or two weeks.
I would arrange my room for discussion (as close to a circular arrangement as possible.)
Objectives and Standards will be artfully displayed on the closet doors I have painted with Blackboard paint so I can use color chalk to reinforce key issues.
5. Online Skills assessment
6. Reflection journal/discussion about what it means when choosing a job, research methods one can use to develop weaknesses.
7. Find/Create symbols of power
1. Create a Mind-Map about your strengths and resources (refer to 4 C’s, Ms. Kavanaugh, and Malcolm X/Trio as givens) using color and image
2. Create a Mind-Map about your hopes and dreams using color and image
3. Research careers. Find at least 4 you are interested in, narrow down to 2 for research.
4. As a group, develop 20 questions you have about your career, such as training requirements, demand, hours, stability, money.
5. Online research answering research questions.
1. Pick 2 colleges; one community college and one elite college
2. In your group, develop 20 questions you have about going to college.
Share these questions with the whole class.
3. Research answers to these questions.
4. Fill out a college application that includes an essay
5. Address First-Generation college issues as a Webquest.
6. Determine your support options. Find at least 10 online options
that determine who, where, why, for what, list and annotate
9.”Messing with Your Mind” Look to the future to foresee challenges, and brainstorm solutions with your group.
10. Create a PowerPoint presentation (can be with a diad or triad)
that highlights your important discoveries in each area.