136 Ready-to-Use Google Slides! Engaging Lessons, Tips, & Techniques to help students learn how to find AND get a Job! * Finding Jobs * Applying for a Job * Resumes * Cover Letters * Interviews * Wages * Salaries * Real-life Situations * Help students prepare for the real-life challenges of getting a job with these new life-skills Google Slides lessons!
The first step towards REAL independence is getting a job… But how do you FIND one… and how do you GET one? These life-skills lessons help students learn the best tips, strategies, and techniques for Getting a Job! These realistic lessons answer many questions such as, "Do I need a resume?" "How do I stand out?" "What should I wear to an interview?" "What should I ask?" "How do I choose between two job offers?" and more...
Finding a Job:
Students learn about the various ways to find a job using online companies such as Monster.com, Indeed.com, CareerBuilder.com and Snagajob.com. Lessons also help focus on employment agencies, company websites, networking, want ads, and more.
Applying for a Job:
Students learn about creating memorable cover letters, successful resumes, and completing job applications.
Lessons cover what to wear, the importance of being punctual, what to say and questions to ask.
Students are introduced to the world of wages, salaries, commissions, benefits, paid holidays, sick days, health insurance & more.
Students get realistic hands-on practice as they follow five people through their job searches from the beginning of the process all the way to the end.
These ready-to-use lessons are sure to save you time! Simply download and start assigning them to your students. Assign the entire set or just a few for today's lesson.
THE INDEPENDENT LIVING SERIES:
Part of the new Independent Living Series, Getting a Job provides practical advice and helpful information to teach students how to successfully prepare for, locate, and get a job. This series offers a large, easy-to-read font, colorful photos and illustrations, and a low reading level to ensure these lessons are accessible and usable for all students. (See the product preview for more sample pages).
- FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES: READING, WRITING & MATH!
Follow-up activities include practical application math, basic comprehension questions to reinforce understanding, and practical writing exercises. Some questions ask students to think about the information given and express their opinions and ideas.
These essential lessons include a glossary of key words and phrases students may not be familiar with plus activities to test understanding of the new words and phrases. These words and phrases are highlighted in bold throughout the text.
These sequential lessons walk students through key topics and guides them along the path towards Independent Living.
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