TEACH HOW TO WRITE A RESUME

TEACH HOW TO WRITE A RESUME
TEACH HOW TO WRITE A RESUME
TEACH HOW TO WRITE A RESUME
TEACH HOW TO WRITE A RESUME
TEACH HOW TO WRITE A RESUME
TEACH HOW TO WRITE A RESUME
TEACH HOW TO WRITE A RESUME
TEACH HOW TO WRITE A RESUME
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  1. *****ALL COMMON CORE ALIGNED AND A MUST FOR STUDENTS*****It’s imperative for students to see applying for jobs as a process, not a one-time action. Research, preparation, practice, and follow-through are all part of applying for and securing a job, as are soft skills like interpersonal communication
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*****ALL COMMON CORE ALIGNED*****

This unit from my Teaching Career Exploration curriculum guide (Yellow Color Guide) is to prepare students to how write a resume. Lesson plans, worksheets, reflections, rubric, keys to success and group activities included. This unit is extremely successful to prepare students for their future career.

It’s imperative for students to see applying for jobs as a process, not a one-time action. Research, preparation, practice, and follow-through are all part of applying for and securing a job, as are soft skills like interpersonal communication, body language, and time management (for detailed and engaging lessons, see my book Teaching Business Soft Skills).

Students’ first step in a successful job search is to research their industry and companies, learning to read and decipher job ads, discover a company’s mission, and their fit for a position. Next, students will research and create a resume and cover letter, tailored specifically for one position. It’s important for students to shape customized job application materials rather than send out generic ones. Finally, students will research, rehearse, and perform job interviews.

Among the unit’s many important lessons, students will understand the importance of being well-prepared, professionally presented, and poised. Lessons will show students that a good first impression is built on many different, sometimes hard to define factors.

Overall, Unit B provides students with an in-depth and thorough introduction to finding and applying for jobs, giving them research, analytical, and soft skills necessary to influence hiring managers and position themselves well in a competitive job market.

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11 pages
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