"CDIM Lesson Plan Template Career Technical Education"
CDIM Lesson Plan Template Career & Technical Education Field Field Type Field Description Order 1 Title The name given to this lesson. Career Exploration. 2 Subject Area Curriculum subject area(s) applicable to this lesson plan. Select multiple subject areas to identify integrated / interdisciplinary instruction. Vocation/Industrial Arts. 3 Course The specific SBBC course for which the lesson plan is created (if Connection applicable). Varies. 4 Grade Level The appropriate grade / instructional level for the lesson plan. 9-12 5 Description / A brief description / explanation of the lesson plan. Abstract of Lesson This is a series of lessons designed to help students learn about careers and career paths. 6 Duration (hours The amount of time designated for the lesson plan to be delivered. or minutes) Three 90 minute classes. 7 Teacher Materials The necessary classroom and technology tools necessary for the teacher to deliver this lesson plan. Computers/ Internet access/ Microsoft Words (www.florida.echoices.com) 8 Student Materials The necessary classroom and technology tools for the student to fully participate in this lesson plan. Computers/ Internet access/ Microsoft Words 9 Objective(s) The specific objective(s) that identify what the student will know and be able to do as a result of participating in the lesson. The student will be able to: Open E-Choice account/ Determine interest in a career. 10 Florida Sunshine The Florida SSS that align to this lesson. State Standards (SSS) LA.A.2.4.4., LA.A.2.4.6., LA.A.2.4.7., LA.A.2.4.8. 11 Florida Student The Florida Student Performance Standards that align to this lesson. Performance 8500240 – 06.01, 06.02, 06.03, 06.04 Standards 08.05, 08.07, 08.08 12 Essential Range of where these Standards fall in the Essential Workplace Workplace Skills Skills (High-Medium-Low). Medium. 13 ESOL Strategies Identifies the appropriate ESOL strategy (if applicable) that Employed connects to this lesson and the lesson delivery. B11, D2,G2,G1,G6 14 Accommodations Identifies specific ESE accommodations (if applicable) to ESE (ESE) students participating in the lesson. Work in groups or buddy pairs if needed. Extended time or isolated environment if needed. 15 Essential The expectation is that the students participating in the lesson be Question(s) able to answer the essential question(s) after completion of the lesson. 1. Why is it important to pursue a career that is of interest to me? 2. Should my career choice actually match my interest? Justify your answer. 16 Key Vocabulary A list of vocabulary that students will need to master in order to be able to accomplish the objectives of the lesson. Research, Interest survey, opportunity, interview, salary, advancement, work environment, pre-requisite, and education. 17 Grouping For Identifies the recommended grouping structure of student for lesson Instruction (i.e., delivery and student participation/learning. whole class, large group, small Whole class for introduction. group, paired Small groups for career interest discussion. instruction, one- Individual for on-line research and report presentation. to-one) 18 Reading Strategy Identifies the reading in the content area strategy that is being used Utilized in this lesson. K.W.L.( See evaluation for rubrics) 19 Lesson Lead-in / Describes and defines how the lesson will be introduced and how Opening / student's attention and motivation will be established. Anticipatory Set Structured group discussion of career choices and pertinent vocabularies. 20 Steps to Deliver A detailed, step-by-step description of how to deliver the lesson and Lesson / achieve the lesson plan objectives. Instruction 1. Structured group discussion-What do you want to do? 2. Introduce K.W.L. – Use sample career. 3. Discuss key terminologies they will see. 4. Demonstration of interest survey. 5. Demonstration of navigation through e-Choice to do research. (www.florida.echoices.com) 6. Individual First column of K.W.L. 7. Break into groups of 4- Group as seen fit by teacher- By interest or other. 8. Students take turns discussing their choice end fill in new information in 2nd column. 9. Go to computers- Individual sign-on with account on www.florida.echoices.com 10. Do interest survey on E-Choice. 21 Lesson Closure Describes and defines how the lesson will draw ideas together for the students review key concepts, and provide feedback to students to correct their misunderstandings and reinforce their learning. Group discussion of results. Describe each interest profile. Social, Realistic, Investigative, Enterprising, Artistic, and Conventional. 22 Guided Practice The lesson activities designed to promote understanding and Planned application of the lesson's content and objectives. Guided practice experiences student engagement and teacher assistance and direction. Pick a career from survey. Research and prepare report and presentation. Check if your career choice is on the survey list? If not, pick a new career choice re-do the K.W.L. If yes, report the research fields: Education, Work environment, Salary, Work description (demand of jobs), Opportunity for advancement, and Completed K.W.L. – How did it match with expectation? 23 Independent Follow-up experiences that connect to the lesson's content and give Practice Planned student the opportunity to practice lesson objectives. Independent hands-on application demonstrating integration of reading content. Writing report and presentation of finding. 24 Evaluation / The instrument(s) planned to assess student mastery of the lesson Assessment Type objectives. Assessed by point value rubrics to include: summary of group work, individual journal, report, and presentation (quality, product and summary). 25 Enrichment / Identifies specific enrichment and extension experiences that connect Extensions to to the lesson and encourage further exploration and discovery. Lesson Research and contact three companies that hire people for student career selection. Present findings on another date.