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K-12 - Seventh Grade

INSTRUCTIONS
A plan of career education concepts, activities and test evaluation procedures.

STEP 1The teacher/counselor will administer the pre test to the class in September. The purpose of this test is to determine the students’ understanding of basic Career Education concepts.
STEP 2The pre test is scored and a summarization report of the class is completed by the teacher/counselor. Make two copies of the summarization report. (One copy to your principal and the second copy for your records.)
STEP 3The teacher/counselor then begins to introduce the prepared concepts and activities to the class, placing particular emphasis on the items most frequently missed on the pre test.
STEP 4The post test is administered in April. The purpose of this test is to determine if a change occurred from the previous testing.
STEP 5The post test is scored and a summarization report of the class is completed by the teacher. Make two copies of the summarization report. (One copy to your principal and the second copy for your records.

AWARENESS CONCEPTS AND ACTIVITIES

Grade 7

ALASKA EMPLOYABILITY STANDARDSCONTENT/SKILLSACTIVITIES
AB  
  Appreciation and Attitudes 
5 Work affects how families live.Prepare a list of things that may be affected when a family members work.
  Self 
 1Every individual has worthwhile interests and abilities that can contribute to society.Students discuss and/or write about their interests and how they might use these in future jobs or hobbies.
  Decision Making 
32, 3, 4Today’s decisions affect tomorrow’s outcomes.Each student prepares a listing of all the decisions that had to be made today.
  Educational 
 4, 5School subjects and interests are related to career clusters.All seventh graders visit a vocational technical school.
  Career 
11Individual values affect career choice.Students prepare a numerical listing of their values, from the most important to the least important.
  Economic 
5 Earning, spending, and saving are activities that must be learned.Each student keeps a written record of all income and all expenses for one week.
  Skill 
11Good work habits are necessary for success in school and in a job.Class compares good work habits in school to good work habits in a job. This record could be actual or a simulation experience.
  Employability 
11Being dependable is necessary for career success.Students list ways to prove their dependability to parents and teachers.
    

CAREER EDUCATION SURVEY FOR GRADE 7
Pre and Post Test

Appreciation and Attitudes

  1. People should work to support themselves.
  2. Family life styles may be affected when family members all work outside the home.
  3. Fewer mothers have jobs outside the home now than 20 years ago.

Self

  1. Every individual has interests and abilities that could contribute to society.
  2. If I have a talent for something, I should try to explore what I could do with that talent.
  3. It is possible to dislike a job you do well.

Decision Making

  1. Today’s decisions affect your future.
  2. Decisions I make now might be as important as decisions I will make in the future.
  3. Seventh graders do not have to make important decisions.

Educational

  1. Because I haven’t as yet decided on a career, there is no connection between my school subjects and my future career.
  2. School subjects and extra-curricular activities are related to career clusters.
  3. I should develop as many skills as I can because I don’t know which ones I may need.

Career

  1. Individual values affect career choices.
  2. My attitude toward the work now has nothing to do with work attitude in the future.
  3. My attitude and values will influence the kind of work I do.

Economic

  1. Keeping a record of how I spend my money could help me be a better manager of that money.
  2. Seventh graders are too young to manage money.
  3. Planning my expenses to fit within my own personal budget isn’t too important to me at this age.

Skill

  1. Being well organized in school is not as important as it will be in my future job.
  2. My physical education classes could help me develop physical skills I could use both now and later.
  3. Being able to communicate both in speaking and writing is a necessary skill.

Employability

  1. My future employer will be interested in my school attendance record.
  2. Being on time for class has nothing to do with being successful in a job.
  3. My chances of getting a babysitting job or a paper route are improved by a record of dependability at home and at school.

CAREER EDUCATION SURVEY ANSWER SHEET
Grades 7-12

Name: _______________________ Grade:___ School:________________ Date:_____

Students: Answer by filling in the appropriate circle.

 TRUEFALSE TRUEFALSE
1.
O
O
13.
O
O
2.
O
O
14.
O
O
3.
O
O
15.
O
O
4.
O
O
16.
O
O
5.
O
O
17.
O
O
6.
O
O
18.
O
O
7.
O
O
19.
O
O
8.
O
O
20.
O
O
9.
O
O
21.
O
O
10.
O
O
22.
O
O
11.
O
O
23.
O
O
12.
O
O
24.
O
O


CAREER EDUCATION SURVEY SUMMARIZATION REPORT

Teacher:___________________________ Grade:___________________________

School : ___________________________ Date:______________

Number of students taking the survey: _______

Statements correctly answered by number of students:

Statement Number:

1.
 
13.
 
2.
 
14.
 
3.
 
15.
 
4.
 
16.
 
5.
 
17.
 
6.
 
18.
 
7.
 
19.
 
8.
 
20.
 
9.
 
21.
 
10.
 
22.
 
11.
 
23.
 
12.
 
24.
 

In view of the results, I would like my class to concentrate on statements: # ___, # ___, # ___ , # ___ , # ___ , this semester.

My goal would be to help my students to better understand the concepts of Career Education at this particular grade level.


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