Career Part 1 You will need your chromebook!
What are three jobs you've heard of?
Identify your interests, values, and skills to explore possible career paths. Research job requirements and duties of different career options. Gain experience through internships, volunteer activities, and part-time jobs.
The medical profession is the highest-paid career in the world, with surgeons earning up to $300,000 per year. The career with the least amount of job security is that of a professional athlete. The average salary for a computer programmer is $82,000 a year, but the top 10% earns over $140,000 annually.
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What kind of career would you like to pursue in the future?
What skills do you need to pursue a career in your field of choice?
What have you learned about different career paths available to you?
What do you need to do to prepare for the career you want to pursue?
Brain break: Draw a slice of watermelon with arms and legs, wearing sneakers, and holding a basketball.
Question: What career path would be best for you based on your skills and aspirations? Clues: • Start by listing your skills and what you enjoy doing. • Research different career options that might match your list. • Look into internships or apprenticeships to gain experience. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Create a list of your skills and interests. B. Research 3 possible career paths and explain why they might be a good fit.
What is the career that involves working with numbers, data and financial statements?
Which of the following careers involves designing buildings or structures?
'Web developer' is an example of what type of career?
What career involves diagnosing and treating patients with mental or emotional disorders?
Which profession uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems?
- Social Worker
Work together in pairs: What types of activities can you do to explore potential career paths and learn more about specific career fields?