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EL CIVICS EMPLOYMENT UNIT Beginning Level INTRODUCTION: This guide will take you through the Employment objective. The objective is to Identify and access employment and training resources needed to apply
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EL CIVICS EMPLOYMENT UNIT Beginning Level INTRODUCTION: This guide will take you through the Employment objective. The objective is to Identify and access employment and training resources needed to apply for a job. There are three tasks for this assessment. Task 1: Research employment openings in fields related to job interests by using job-search websites on the internet Task 2: Complete a job application Task 3: Give an oral report on the training or educational pathway of their choice. Task 1 Objectives: Research employment openings in fields related to job interests by using job-search websites on the internet a) Students will research job openings in fields related to career interests by using job-search websites online. b) Students will create a list of 3 job openings found from research in online postings, each including 4 key elements. 1. Type of job 2.Qualifications 3. Experience required 4. How to apply c) Students will research educational training programs available for their specific career fields of choice Task 1 Activities: (These are suggestions only & can be adapted to meet your students specific needs.) a) Page 5: A suggested list of activities and materials for Task 1. b) Pages 6: What is Your Job? This is a communicative activity to learn about students jobs. 1 12/20/2017 TH c) Page 8-10: Job Posting Vocabulary, Online Job-Search Practice, and Job Posting Practice Chart- Students practice activities for each. d) Page 11: Task 1 Assessment Chart- Students create a list of 3 job openings, including 4 key elements for each job (1.Type of Job 2. Qualifications 3. Experience Required 4. How to Apply) e) Page 12: Employment Rubric- Task 1. (Worth 15 points total.) The studentscore will be added to Task 2 and Task 3 for the final score. 2 12/20/2017 TH Task 2 Objectives: a) Students will complete a job application. b) Students will use a checklist to self-check that their application is complete Task 2 Activities: (These are suggestions only & can be adapted to meet your students specific needs.) a) Page 13: A suggested list of activities and materials for Task 2. b) Pages 14-15: Reference Sheet- Students complete a reference sheet, which includes previous job information and references. This sheet may be used during the assessment to help students complete the job application. c) Page 16: Tips For Filling Out A Job Application, Vocabulary Matching Exercise, & Vocabulary Matching Answer Key- Students practice vocabulary and use practical tips to complete a job application. d) Page 17: Practice Application for Employment- For further practice, instructors can use their own sample applications or samples brought in by students.(*recommendation: Practice Job Application from English In Action, pg 131) e) Page 18: Application Checklist- For peer or self-review, use the application checklist. This can be done with partners, small groups, or as a final review when students are completing their job application. f) Page 19: Task 2 Assessment Application for Employment g) Page 20: Employment Rubric- Task 2. (Worth 14 points total) Content: (12 points) Legibility, Neatness, Spelling: (2 points) 3 12/20/2017 TH Task 3 Objective: a. Students will give an oral report on the educational pathway or training of their choice. Task 3 Activities: (These are suggestions only & can be adapted to meet your students specific needs.) a) Page 21: A suggested list of activities and materials. b) Pages 22-23: Career Track ESL Flyer Information Gap Activity Students are given an opportunity to look at a section of the flyer for the non-credit Career Track ESL class. Each partner (A and B) supplies the missing information to the other partner. c) Pages 24: MiraCosta Career Plan and Educational Goals- These activities help students capture information about their own educational goals and prepare for the presentation. d) Page 25-26: Sample Educational Goal Presentation e) Page 27: Task 3 Assessment Directions oral presentation f) Page 28: Task 3 Rubric (Worth 20 points total) - The student s score will be added to Task 1 and Task 2 for the final score. g) Page 29: Employment Final Score (Worth 49 points total) Task 1 15 points Task 2 14 points Task 3 20 points *All added together for the final score h) Page 30: Employment 33-Additional Resources Instructors note total points for your level. At the beginning level, students need to score: *High BEG 30 This number needs to be explained to your students. The score a student receives on Task 1 will be added to Tasks 2 and 3 for the final score. REMINDER - The activities in this packet are meant to be suggestions for your use on completing the objectives. These additional assessments are not meant to be additional work for you and your students. They are to be incorporated into your regular classroom activities. 4 12/20/2017 TH EMPLOYMENT OBJECTIVE: TASK 1 Employment Objective: Identify and access employment and training resources needed to apply for a job. Task 1: Research Employment Openings & Educational Training Programs a) Students will research employment openings in fields related to career interests by using job-search websites online. b) Students will create a list of 3 job openings found from research in online postings, each including 4 key elements. 1. Type of job 2.Qualifications 3. Experience required 4. How to apply c) Students will research educational training programs available for their career field interests LEVEL: BEGINNING Task 1 Materials Suggested Activities Students will research employment openings in fields related to career interests by using job-search websites. Students will create a list of 3 job postings that each include 4 elements: 1. Type of job 2. Qualifications 3. Experience required 4. How to apply 1. What Is Your Job? 2. Job Posting Vocabulary 3. Job Posting Vocabulary Answer Key 4. Practice Job Postings 5. Job Posting Practice Chart 6. Job Posting Assessment Chart 6. Employment Rubric: Task 1 1. Review job titles (this can be done with pictures, drawings on the board, etc.) 2. Ask students, What is your job? Write results on the board. (Option: have students rank jobs on the board from their least to most favorite & compare answers) 3. Practice questions by using What Is Your Job? Handout (there are 2 handouts on each page) 4. Practice job posting vocabulary. 5. Look at job postings on job-search websites. Have students look at jobsearch websites for job openings they would be interested in. 6. Have complete the job posting practice chart. 7. Review the Employment Rubric: Task 1 so that students understand the requirements. 8. Have students complete the Job Posting Assessment Chart. 5 12/20/2017 TH 9. SEE Additional Resources page WHAT IS YOUR JOB? Answer these questions about your job. 1. What is your job? I am a. 2. Where do you work? I work at a. Ask other students about their jobs. Name What is your job? Where do you work? WHAT IS YOUR JOB? Answer these questions about your job. 1. What is your job? I am a. 2. Where do you work? I work at a. Ask other students about their jobs. Name What is your job? Where do you work? 6 12/20/2017 TH Job Posting Vocabulary Match the vocabulary with their correct meanings Vocabulary Meaning 1. Full time A. Money paid for a job 2. Apply for a job B. 40 hours a week or more 3. Part time C. Names (& s/phone numbers) of people who recommend you for the job 4. Salary/Wages D. A beginning level college degree (usually accomplished in 4 years) 5. Qualifications E. The document that shows you have graduated from high school 6. Skills F. Less than 40 hours/week (usually 20 hours/week) 7. Education G. A college degree earned after a Bachelor s 8. High School Diploma 9. Bachelor s Degree (BA) 10. Master s Degree (MA) H. Fill out an application for a job; I. Years spent in school; School studies J. Things you are able to do on the job 11. References K. The skills and education needed to apply for a job 12. Experience L. Years spent on the job, Years spent using a skill 7 12/20/2017 TH Job Posting Vocabulary Answer Key Match the vocabulary with their correct meanings Vocabulary Meaning 1. _B _ Full time A. Money paid for a job 2. _H_ Apply for job B. 40 hours a week or more 3. F_ Part time C. Names (& s/phone numbers) of people who recommend you for the job 4. _A_ Salary/Wages D. A beginning level college degree (usually accomplished in 4 years) 5. _K_ Qualifications E. The document that shows you have graduated from high school 6. _J_ Skills F. Less than 40 hours/week (usually 20 hours/week) 7. _I_ Education G. A college degree earned after a Bachelor s (BA) 8. _E_ High School Diploma 9. _D_ Bachelor s Degree (BA) 10. _G_ Master s Degree (MA) H. Fill out an application for a job I. Years spent in school; School studies J. Things you are able to do on the job 11. _C_ References K. The skills and education needed to apply for a job 12._L Experience L. Years spent on the job, years spent using a skill 8 12/20/2017 TH Practice Job Posting 1) Please look at the job posting below & identify the key vocabulary you have learned. 2) Ask your teacher or instructional aid to explain any other vocabulary that you don t know. 3) When you are finished reviewing the job posting, please answer the questions that follow. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dental Hygienist Soft Touch Dental Group - San Diego, CA $300 - $375 a day - Contract We are looking for a Registered Dental Hygienist to join our team for our state of the art private practice. Job position is available February 5, Job Type: Contract, Full-Time Dental Hygenist Skills Required: Must have excellent communication skills with patients, and be fun, energetic, selfmotivated. Salary: $ to $ /day Required education: High school or equivalent Required experience: Dental Hygienist: 5 years Required license or certification: Dental Hygienist Laser Certification Please resume. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Please answer: 1. What is the name of the job position? 6. Where is the company located? 2. What is the name of the company hiring? 7. How much does this job pay? 3. How many years of experience is needed? 8. Is this job full-time or part-time? 4. What skills do you need for this job? 5. What education do you need for this job? 9 12/20/2017 TH Job Posting Practice Chart 1 Please go to a job search website on the internet. Choose from: a) Indeed.com b) Simplyhired.com c) Monster.com d) Craigslist.com 2 Type your specific job interest and location in the search bar (Example: Dental Assistant job openings, San Diego, Ca ) 3 Search possible job positions that you may be interested in 4 Choose 3 job openings you are most interested in and write: a) Job position name b) Skills/education required for the job c) Experience required for the job d) How to apply Type of Job (Job position name) Job Qualifications needed Experience needed How to apply /20/2017 TH Task 1 Assessment Chart Look for 3 jobs you like. Write the job information on the chart. Type of Job (Job position name) Job Qualifications needed Experience needed How to apply /20/2017 TH Employment Rubric Task 1 Students will research 3 job openings and complete a chart describing 4 key elements of each job. Use the rubric below to score each job listing. Each listing is worth 5 points, for a total of 15 points. Scoring Rubric Each job listing related to job interests that include 4 required elements of the job correctly and clearly stated with no more than 1-2 errors in grammar and spelling. Each job listing related to job interests that include 4 required elements of the job correctly and clearly stated with no more than 1-2 errors in grammar and spelling. (BL responds orally) Each job listing related to job interests that include 2 required elements of the job correctly and clearly stated with no more than 1-2 errors in grammar and spelling. (BL responds orally) Each job listing related to job interests that includes 1 required element of the job correctly and clearly stated with no more than 1-2 errors in grammar and spelling. (BL responds orally) Each job listing not related or in which required elements are missing or they are not correctly or clearly stated. Points Job Listing Total Score: 12 12/20/2017 TH EMPLOYMENT OBJECTIVE: TASK 2 Employment Objective: Identify and access employment and training resources needed to apply for a job. Task 2: a. Students will complete a job application. b. Students will use a checklist to self-check that their application is complete. Level: High Beginning Task 2 Materials Suggested Activities Ss will complete a job application. Beginning students will complete 2 sections : Personal information References They will sign and date the application. 1. Reference Sheet 2. Employment Rubric: Task 2 3. Practice Application 4. Application Checklist 5. Assessment Application *SEE Additional Resource page 1. Have Ss complete Reference Sheet with personal and previous job information. 3. Review Employment Rubric: Task 2 so that Ss understand the requirements. 4. Complete Practice Application. Direct Ss to use the Application Checklist to review their own applications (and/or trade with partners for a peer review.) 5. Have Ss complete Assessment Application /20/2017 TH REFERENCE SHEET My References 1. Name: Last First MI Address City State Zip Code Phone Number 2. Name: Last First MI Address City State Zip Code Phone Number 3. Name: Last First MI Address City State Zip Code Phone Number 14 12/20/2017 TH REFERENCES CONT. My Employers 1. Name: Last First MI Address City State Zip Code Phone Number Dates worked 2. Name: Last First MI Address City State Zip Code Phone Number Dates worked 3. Name: Last First MI Address City State Zip Code Phone Number Dates worked 15 12/20/2017 TH TIPS FOR FILLING OUT A JOB APPLICATION 1. Read all of the application before filling it out. 2. Use a blue or black pen, if application cannot be found online. Application 3. Print or type neatly and completely. 4. List a telephone number. Use a message number if you do not have a telephone. 5. Have permission (before writing the application) from three references to use their names on the application. 6. Put open for salary. 7. List a specific position. 8. List all of your skills and abilities. Include volunteer experience. 9. Remember to sign your name. 10. Never leave any section blank. If a question does not apply to you, write n/a /20/2017 TH PRACTICE JOB APPLICATION Personal Information Name: Last name First name Address Number Street City ( ) State Zip code Telephone Recent Jobs Job experience Yes No 1. What was your job? Dates Worked Where did you work? Number Street City 2. What was your job? Dates Worked Where did you work? Number Street City References 1. Name: Last Name First Name ( ) City Telephone 2. Name: Last Name First Name ( ) City Telephone Signature: Date: 17 12/20/2017 TH APPLICATION CHECKLIST Circle yes or no to answer each question below. 1. I used a blue or black pen. Yes No 2. I used my Reference Sheet. Yes No 3. I wrote clearly and neatly. Yes No 4. I answered every question. Yes No 5. I checked the spelling. Yes No 6. I signed my name. Yes No 18 12/20/2017 TH Employment Assessment: Task 2 APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT Personal Information Name: Last name First name Address Number Street City ( ) State Zip code Telephone Recent Jobs Job experience Yes No 1. What was your job? Dates Worked Where did you work? Number Street City 2. What was your job? Dates Worked Where did you work? Number Street City References 1. Name: Last Name First Name ( ) City Telephone 2. Name: Last Name First Name ( ) City Telephone Signature: Date: 19 12/20/2017 TH Employment Rubric Task 2: Complete a Job Application Content Scoring Rubric Beginning Points (14 possible) 90% of the items assigned to the Intermediate Low-Advanced level students are correct. 80% of the items assigned to the intermediate low-advanced level students are correct. 70% of the items assigned to the Intermediate low Advanced level students are correct. 80% of the items assigned to the Beginning High level students are correct 80% of the items assigned to the Beginning Low level students are correct. Less than 70% of the items assigned to the Intermediate low-advanced level students are correct OR less than 80% of the items assigned to Beginning Low or Beginning High level students are correct Legibility, Neatness and Spelling Neat and legible. Spelling errors do not interfere with meaning. 2 Not neat or legible or spelling errors interfere with meaning. 0 Total Score: 20 12/20/2017 TH EMPLOYMENT OBJECTIVE: TASK 3 Employment Objective: Identify and access employment and training resources needed to apply for a job. Task 3: a. Students will give an oral report on the career pathway or educational training program of their choice. Level: Beginning Task 3 Materials Suggested Activities *Present an Oral Report (20 points total) Content (14 points) Students will research a training or educational pathway to the career of their choice, and will report on the answers to the questions: What is the name of the program? What do you need to apply for the program? What is the application process? How long is the program? What job(s) can you get after finishing the program? Visual Aid (4 points) Students will use a Power Point presentation, poster presentation, or other related visual aids. Presentation (2 points) Student will use effective speech and body language throughout the report. 1. Career Track ESL Flyer examples 2. Educational Goals Worksheet 3. Career Plan 4. Sample Educational Goal Presentation 5. Task 3 Oral Presentation Directions 6. Employment Rubric: Task 3 1. Discuss and research training needed for career goals. Use internet, training program catalogues, etc. Use the Career Track ESL Flyer examples to practice. 2. Help Ss prepare for the oral report (presentation) on their training program. Review Employment Rubric: Employment Task 3 so they understand the requirements. 3. Help Ss complete the Educational Goals Worksheet & Career Plan. 4. Demonstrate how to do a presentation using the Sample Educational Goal Presentation. Have Ss practice with a partner, then write own presentation. 5. Practice presentations in small groups/partners.have Ss prepare a poster to use as a visual aid in their presentation. 6. SEE Additional Resources page 21 12/20/2017 TH CAREER TRACK ESL FLYER PARTNER A Directions: Ask your partner for the missing information. Some questions you can ask are: 1. What is the name of the class? 2. What day is (days are) the class? 3. What time is the class? 4. Where is the class? 5. What level is the class? Career Track ESL Class Career Track ESL CLASS HOURS DAYS TIMES ROOM # LEVEL 12:00-3:00 P.M. BUILDING C 6:00-9:00 P.M. + 3 INTERMEDIATE / MONDAYS, TUESDAYS & WEDNESDAYS HOURS TO BE ARRANGED WITH INSTRUCTOR ADVANCED In Career Track ESL, you can learn about these jobs: Automotive technology Landscaping Certified nursing assistant Office systems Cosmetology Child development Customer service 22 12/20/2017 TH CAREER TRACK ESL FLYER PARTNER B 1. What is the name of the class? 2. What day is (days are) the class? 3. What time is the class? 4. Where is the class? 5. What level is the class? Career Track ESL Class Career Track ESL CLASS HOURS DAYS TIMES ROOM # LEVEL MONDAYS-THURSDAYS 12:00-3:00 P.M. INTERMEDIATE / MONDAYS, TUESDAYS & + 3 HOURS TO BE ARRANGED WITH INSTRUCTOR BUILDING C ADVANCED In Career Track ESL, you can learn about these jobs: Automotive technology Landscaping Certified nursing assistant Office systems Cosmetology Child development Customer service 23 12/20/2017 TH MIRACOSTA NONCREDIT ESL CAREER PLAN Name Date Address Phone ( ) 1. I am attending Noncredit ESL classes to... Get a better job Get better at basic skills Change my job/career Prepare for college or other training Earn a high school diploma Personal growth Earn a GED Other 2. *My career goal is 3.
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