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Choosing a career is one the most important decision we make in life! Therefore, it is our responsibility, as teachers, to empower students to look beyond a paycheck or convenience to the heart of what makes a career great.
The Exploring My Dream Job: An Interview lesson plan is an engaging career exploration activity. During this activity, students will interview a professional working in their dream career to build a better understanding of a possible career and make a valuable connection for the future.
***Bonus: Students would benefit (although not necessary) from having a basic understanding of total health and the dimensions of health before diving into this bundle. Click here to download 5 free lesson plans, an Intro to Health bundle.
»»» Literally no extra planning needed - - just print and go!
»»» A teaching instruction video and written instructions
»»» Teaching PowerPoint
»»» Grading rubric for quick and meaningful assessment.
»»» An answer key with teaching examples.
Discover these additional Occupational Health/Career Exploration lessons included in the Project School Wellness Curriculum:
»»» Occupational Health Roadblocks
»»» How to Succeed at Work!
»»» Building Occupationally Healthy Habits in Middle School
And at Project School Wellness we understand that thriving doesn't come from just being physically healthy! You see, we wholehearted believe that health is multidimensional and that the dimensions are interconnected! This means that students must understand and learn how to strengthen and sustain each dimension of health (Not. Just. Physical. Health.).
Simply put, everything we create centers on two truths - that there are multiple dimension of health and each dimension powerfully influences and impacts the others (Learn more here).
I know it sounds like heavy stuff. But don't worry, we've got you covered! This curriculum comes with everything you need to establish meaningful health education.