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K-12 - Sixth 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 6

ALASKA EMPLOYABILITY STANDARDSCONTENT/SKILLSACTIVITIES
AB  
  Appreciation and Attitudes 
1, 3 Promotions occur due to personal growth and development.Student discussion of how human efforts of personal growth and development lead to promotion, rewards, honors, etc.
  Self 
1, 21, 4The selection of a career cluster relates to individual strengths and weaknesses.Students will identify their interests and relate them to the cluster groups.
  Decision Making 
5 Decisions affect you, your home, and society.Students work in small group listing decisions that might be a part of their lives.
  Educational 
5, 6, 7 Individuals usually work together to accomplish complex tasks.Students erect a model city and list the careers associated with city management.
  Career 
 2Jobs can be classified into clusters.Students identify career clusters and list related careers within each cluster.
  Economic 
52, 3, 4Specialization creates an interdependent society.Students participate in a classroom assembly line to produce a product.
  Skill 
1, 24Skills/tools are necessary for all tasks.Students identify job tasks and list skills/tools that are appropriate.
  Employability 
5 Individual achievement contributes to group achievement and morale.Students identify a class project which will benefit the class and school morale.

CAREER EDUCATION SURVEY FOR GRADE 6
Pre and Post Test

Appreciation and Attitudes

  1. A way to become eligible for a promotion is to do your best in your job.
  2. You will always like a job if you are good at it.
  3. Everyone’s work is judged by others.

Self

  1. I like to be with people and work with them; therefore, I could consider the service cluster of occupations.
  2. I believe that each of the students in the room would make good student council president.
  3. Everyone has the ability to have the job he or she wants to have.

Decision Making

  1. How I act doesn’t matter as long as my friends think it is okay.
  2. What happens because of my decisions is my responsibility.
  3. In family matters, parents often consider children’s opinions when the parents are making decisions.

Educational

  1. I may have to depend upon someone I don’t agree with when I’m working at a job.
  2. Getting along with your fellow worker contributes to work happiness.
  3. People who lose their temper easily should consider personal service of office clusters as a career.

Career

  1. Every job requires some training.
  2. A student should be getting ready for one job.
  3. A person must possess some ability for the work he/she has chosen.

Economic

  1. On an assembly line everyone must do his or her job before the product can be completed.
  2. A worker’s salary supports many other people besides his or her own family.
  3. There are other ways of being paid for a job besides being paid money.

Skill

  1. Some kind of tool is necessary for every job.
  2. The more complicated a machine is the better the job it does.
  3. Hammers and blueprints are tools necessary for some jobs.

Employability

  1. It’s okay if I’m grumpy as long as I do a good job.
  2. I feel better when someone recognizes when I’ve done a good job.
  3. A person should feel good enough about his or her work to share the results of the work.

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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