120 Interactive Google Slides! What YOU Need to Know about Living on Your Own!
Help students prepare for the real-life challenges of living on their own with these essential new life skills Google Slides lessons!
Part of the new Independent Living Series, Getting a Place to Live
provides practical advice and helpful information to teach students how
to successfully prepare for, locate, and even rent an apartment. This
essential program 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.
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.
These sequential lessons walk students through key topics and guides them along the path to Independent Living.
The first section, Preparation, begins with creating a housing budget and progresses to helpful tips on finding a good roommate.
The second section, Renting, gives students valuable information about finding the right place to live. They learn how to interpret rental terminology and abbreviations and how to read rental ads. They learn what to expect when meeting a landlord, filling out a rental application, and signing a rental agreement.
The last section, Moving, guides students through the process of transferring utility service, packing, and then renting and loading a moving truck.
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.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
SECTION ONE: PREPARATION
Types of Housing
Choosing a Roommate
Creating an Ad & Interviewing
Qualities of a Good Roommate
Andrew’s Housing Budget
Brittney and Amy
SECTION TWO: RENTING
Rental Words to Know
Sample Rental Ads
Finding the Right Place
Meeting the Landlord
Sample Rental Application
SECTION THREE: MOVING
Planning Your Move
Renting a Moving Vehicle
Loading and Unloading the Truck
GLOSSARY & VOCABULARY
120 Google Slides
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