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K-12 - Fifth Grade

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

STEP 1The teacher 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. Make two copies of the summarization report. (One copy to your principal and the second copy for your records.)
STEP 3The teacher 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 5

ALASKA EMPLOYABILITY STANDARDSCONTENT/SKILLSACTIVITIES
AB  
  Appreciation and Attitudes 
 2, 3, 4Every job has advantages and disadvantages.Identify the advantages and disadvantages of a variety of jobs.
  Self 
1, 7 Students as workers have rights as well as responsibilities.Make two lists; label one “Student Worker Responsibilities” and the other “School Employer Responsibilities.” Compare the two lists.
  Decision Making 
2 People make decisions everyday.Students list the decisions they have made today since coming to school.
  Educational 
5, 6, 7 There is a relationship between an individual, his or her environment, and other people.Students list occupations which have affected his or her life today.
  Career 
1, 52Individual roles and self-concept influence individual life styles and career choices.Each student lists tangible and intangible things he or she values.
  Economic 
 3Our society operates on the principle of supply and demand.Give examples of jobs introduced and terminated due to supply and demand.
  Skill 
1, 5, 6, 7 The assembly line process requires precision and cooperation.Students invite someone from the school lunch program to discuss with the class how precision with numbers is an integral part
  Employability 
 4A relationship exists between school environments and working place environments.Student’s role-play situations reflecting the parallel rules of school and work environments.

CAREER EDUCATION SURVEY FOR GRADE 5
Pre and Post Test

Appreciation and Attitudes

  1. There are good things and bad things about most jobs.
  2. It’s more satisfying to do things for ourselves, than to help others.
  3. By working with others we learn more about ourselves.

Self

  1. A person should do what he wants whenever he wants.
  2. When I have a job to do I should do it to the best of my ability.
  3. It is important to be on time.

Decision Making

  1. We should always follow the leader no matter what he does.
  2. A game is more fun if everyone follows the rule.
  3. Free time should be used wisely.

Educational

  1. Completing work is important to all elementary students.
  2. When looking for information, it is better to look in more than one place.
  3. There are disadvantages in dropping out of school.

Career

  1. Art is only important if you are going to be an artist.
  2. A forest ranger should enjoy being outdoors.
  3. A blind person is capable of doing many things.

Economic

  1. Sometimes our country produces more than we can use.
  2. There is more opportunity for fishing today than there used to be.
  3. Fewer horses are needed for farming; therefore, there is less need for harness makers.

Skill

  1. The assembly line process allows us to produce large numbers of products.
  2. In division, a mistake in subtraction or multiplication makes a difference.
  3. To measure a room it is more accurate to “step-it-off” than to use a yardstick.

Employability

  1. A well-planned vacation is more successful than one that is not planned.
  2. In getting and keeping a job it is important what others think of you.
  3. Since many people drive a few miles an hour over the speed limit, it is all right for you to do it.

CAREER EDUCATION SURVEY ANSWER SHEET
Grades 2-6

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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