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Life Skills | Job Skills | Reading | Writing | Resume | Jobs | Special Education |Many students lack the skills needed to write a proper resume. Even more are unaware of how much merit a solid resume holds in regards to the success of how well their job hunt will go. I created this PRINT AND GO down
Resume logic can build intention in the school year for students who struggle with motivation. This is a unit that I have taught for the last 10 years in my SPED SAI/SDC classes. I typically teach this in the sophomore year. There is nothing like seeing student's faces when the resume is printed on
Learn basic vocabulary related to resumes, and write your own resume! This set of materials includes ONE Google Slides lesson, SIX Google Docs worksheets, and FOUR PDFs. Although there is only one lesson, it will likely take multiple days or even weeks to teach it in its entirety. WHAT'S INCLUDED:Te
This is a Resume Unit for a week of Distance Learning. NOTE: This unit is also included in the main Resume Unit, which also includes 5 days of No-Prep Lesson Plans and other activities.Included: (all activities are on Google Docs or Google Slides and are ready to post on Google Classroom)Distance Le
With so much riding on the first impression, a polished resume is key.With this activity, students get a chance to look at resumes from the eyes of a hiring manager. They are given a job ad, and 3 resumes of potential candidates. In partners, students discuss who they would call in for an interview
Grades:
9th - 12th
| Life Skills | Job Skills | Resume | Reading | GOOGLE | Writing | Jobs | Special Education |Many students lack the skills needed to write a proper resume. Even more are unaware of how much merit a solid resume holds in regards to the success of how well their job hunt will go. I created this DIGITA
For your consideration is a direct and succinct graphic organizer pertaining to creating a resumé. This graphic organizer is great to use in conjunction with lessons centering around job, vocational, and life skills. It helps the user to clearly organize their contact information, past work experien
Grades:
11th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is a Resume and Cover Letter Document for both Special Education and ELL students. Use this resource for students to practice writing down information about themselves. This is a child-friendly resume helper that will ask students to list chores and other skills they have acquired since being
During online learning, I found it difficult at first how to create lessons for my special education, LLD students for my Vocational Workshop elective course.  When I came up with the idea to have the students create a resume, references, and cover letter I realized this was actually something very
SLPs and teachers: does your resume need a facelift? Need help deciding what to include in your cover letter or how it should be formatted? This completely editable and customizable set is what you need! This zip file includes four similar but unique style options that each include a 1 page resum
This transition assessments packet is tailored to secondary education students and educators and is an ideal addition to IEPs (Individual Education Plans). This assessment bundle is differentiated and provides the tools students need for career and vocational interest exploration. Cutely designed
| IEP Transition Plan | Transition Survey | IEP | Jobs | Careers | Vocational Interest Assessment | GOOGLE | Digital | Technology |Are you responsible for writing IEP Transition Plans and don't really know where to begin? This DIGITAL download helps to provide you with the crucial feedback you need
Grades:
2nd - 12th, Adult Education
Vocational skills for special education students who are preparing to transition into the workplace. Teach job readiness through reading comprehension.The 25 Page Student Workbook focuses on 12 new vocational vocabulary words. Each word includes five activities that can be broken up over the week or
| Life Skills Reading | Writing | Careers | Jobs | Interview | Mock Interview | Special Education |Many students strive to hopefully get a job one day. Being employed is a great step towards leading an independent life. One of the most important parts of getting a job is being able to perform well
You will receive every resource currently in this store. You will receive a link to the Google drive folder and need to "FILE" "Make a Copy" to add it to your Google Drive. This Bundle includes every resource in "What I Wish I'd Learned in School":List of Activities:- Best/Worst/Okay Time to Look fo
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Career skills curriculum DIFFERENTIATED & VISUAL MONTHLY Bundle. Comes with an interactive lecture, printer friendly low ink worksheets, google quizzes, task cards, BINGO games, flash cards, extension activities, You tube videos links, and more! - great for special education students.This unit f
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Job interviewing is by far the most fun, and one of the most useful units we use each year. It doesn't end there. I find myself pulling out these handouts throughout the year, as students start to apply for jobs and need refreshers. Even students who do not take my class come to talk shop and we use
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Includes both print and Google Docs versions - ready to post on Google Classroom.Want to teach a whole unit on job applications? This is part of the "What I Wish I Learned in School": Job Applications" Unit!Want to teach the whole series on job applications, resumes, job interviews, and following up
Includes both print and Google classroom versions, and a fully EDITABLE Google Slides version.Jumpstart your Job/Career unit!NOTE: Like job-ready materials? This is part of a grander unit, "What I Wish I Learned in School:" The Complete Series, which has units on job applications, job interviewing,
It's finally HERE!!! You will not find any more activities on Customer Service any where else! I use this portfolio in a 4-week club called “Job Club.” Students come to our training from 8-11am, and then attend their job sites from 12-4pm.Each unit in this portfolio has a set of Lecture Notes for yo
Managing all of the paperwork and forms in the special education classroom is a daily struggle. Tried, tested, and true in my classroom, I've created and use all of the tools below to help write IEPs for students to succeed. This set includes a range of tools for educators to use to insure meaningf
Captivating Warm-Up/Homework Assignment. "What do all of those abbreviations mean?" Help students become familiar with common terms in job ads. This activity takes students through Craigslist job advertisements and asks them questions about job-related vocabulary (e.g. FT and PT) and asks them to ar
| IEP Transition Plan | Transition Survey | IEP | Jobs | Careers | Vocational Interest Assessment | BOOM CARDS | Digital | Technology |Are you responsible for writing IEP Transition Plans and don't really know where to begin? This DIGITAL download helps to provide you with the crucial feedback you n
Grades:
2nd - 12th, Adult Education
Menstruation Updated for 2020-2021 School Year!Brand New Social Skill "I've Committed A Crime - Now What? - Entering the Juvenile Justice System." Some statistics state that over 70% of juvenile offenders are not only Special Education Students (Emotionally Disturbed and Specific Learning Disabilit

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