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This personality quiz will reveal whether a student is assertive, aggressive, or passive. This quiz is a part of the Assertive, Aggressive, and Passive Personality Types lesson plan which is available for free. The Passive, Aggressive, and Assertive Personality Types Explained PowerPoint is also a p
Grades:
8th - 12th
"Hey, Get a Job!" is a book and workbook in PDF format for teens who are about to enter the work force. Through this resource, teens will: *Learn the labor laws for minors *Discover creative ways to find jobs *Complete an application and resume correctly *Prepare for the interview *Preview post hir
The companion lesson plan for "Hey, Get a Job! A Teen Guide for Getting and Keeping a Job" includes *Lesson plans *Reproducible application *Possible application questions with suggested answers *Child labor law worksheet and key *Interview preparation handout with suggested answers *Reading a payc
This PowerPoint presentation introduces students to passive, aggressive, and assertive personality types, explains why someone is that type, and how to set goals and make changes to become, or maintain, an assertive personality type. This presentation is a part of the Assertive, Aggressive, and Pas
Grades:
8th - 12th, Staff
Teach your students what it takes to make it in the world of work. This is the 'how not to get fired' presentation.
Learning about passive, aggressive, assertive personality types will help secondary students know whether they are working to make their lives successful, or if they are making life difficult through the decisions they make. For example, every harassment or bullying situation has an aggressive perso
Grades:
8th - 12th, Staff
When they were in elementary and middle school, harassing behaviors were known as bullying. In the adult world, it's called harassment and not only is against school policy, it's against the law. High School students will know the types of harassment: bullying, sexual harassment, stalking, hazing an
Need an engaging way to get your students thinking about Steinbeck, the Dust Bowl, and migrant workers? Look no further than this low prep break out box that will put your students in the shoes of Lennie and George, working through four digital tasks to earn the six-hundred dollars they need to buy
Need an engaging way to get your students thinking about Steinbeck, the Dust Bowl, and migrant workers during distance learning? Look no further than this low prep break out box that will put your students in the shoes of Lennie and George, working through four digital tasks to earn the six-hundred

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