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EL CIVICS EMPLOYMENT UNIT Intermediate Level INTRODUCTION: This guide will take you through the Employment objective. The objective is to Identify and access employment and training resources needed to
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EL CIVICS EMPLOYMENT UNIT Intermediate 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 6: A suggested list of activities and materials for Task 1. b) Pages 7-10: Job Posting Vocabulary, Online Job-Search Practice, and Job Posting Practice Chart- Students practice activities for each. 1 12/20/2017 TH c) 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) d) 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: 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 15-18: What Goes In a Job Application, Tips For Filling Out A Job Application, Vocabulary Matching Exercise, Job Application- Students practice vocabulary and use practical tips to complete a job application. d) Page 19-20: Practice Application for Employment- For further practice, instructors can use their own sample applications or samples brought in by students. e) Page 21: 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 22-23: Task 2 Assessment Application for Employment g) Page 24: 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 25: A suggested list of activities and materials. b) Pages 26-27: Career Track ESL Flyer and Carer Track ESL Flyer Questions: Students are given an opportunity to ask and answer questions about the MiraCosta College VESL flyer. c) Pages 28-29: MiraCosta Career Plan and Educational Goals - These activities help students capture information about their own educational goals and prepare for the presentation. d) Page 30: Task 3 Assessment Directions oral presentation e) Page 31: Task 3 Rubric (Worth 20 points total) - The student s score will be added to Task 1 and Task 2 for the final score. f) Page 32: 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 g) Page 33: Employment 33- Additional Resources Instructors note total points for your level. At the intermediate level, students need to score: *Int 37 *HI 41 This number needs to be explained to your students. 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: Intermediate 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. Job Posting Vocabulary 2. Job Posting Vocabulary Answer Key 3. Practice Job Postings 4. Job Posting Practice Chart 5. Job Posting Assessment Chart 6. Employment Rubric: Task 1 1. Practice job posting vocabulary. 2. Look at job postings on job-search websites. Have students look at jobsearch websites for job openings they would be interested in. 3. Complete the comprehension questions about the practice job posting 4. Have complete the job posting practice chart. 5. Review the Employment Rubric: Task 1 so that students understand the requirements. 6. Direct students to complete the Job Posting Assessment Chart. 7. SEE Additional Resources page 5 12/20/2017 TH Job Posting Vocabulary Match the vocabulary with their correct meanings Vocabulary Meaning 1. Job Description A. The amount of money that a company pays for the specific job position 2. Responsibilities B. Arrested and gone to jail for a crime 3. Education Required C. Names (and their s/phone numbers) of people who recommend you for the job 4. Salary/Wages D. An undergraduate level college degree (usually accomplished in 4 years) 5. Qualifications Desired E. The document that shows you have graduated from high school 6. Skills Desired F. An explanation of the job position 7. Convicted of a Felony 8. High School Diploma G. A graduate level college degree H. Things that you are required to do (duties) as part of the job position 9. Bachelor s Degree I. A group of insurance packages included with the job position (dental, medical,vision, retirement, etc) 10. Master s Degree J. The skills that an employer hopes to find in a person applying for the job 11. References K. The skills and personal qualities that an employer hopes to find in a person applying for the job (this could also include education desired as well) 12. Benefits L. The years of schooling a company requires before hiring someone for a job 13. Equivalent M. A group of insurance packages included with the job position (dental, medical,vision, retirement, etc) 6 12/20/2017 TH Job Posting Vocabulary Answer Key Match the vocabulary with their correct meanings Vocabulary Meaning 1. _F_ Job Description A. The amount of money that a company pays for the specific job position 2. _H_ Responsibilities B. Arrested and gone to jail for a crime 3. _L_ Education Required C. Names (and their s/phone numbers) of people who recommend you for the job 4. _A_ Salary/Wages D. An undergraduate level college degree (usually accomplished in 4 years) 5. _K_ Qualifications Desired E. The document that shows you have graduated from high school 6. _J_ Skills Desired F. An explanation of the job position 7. _B_ Convicted of a Felony 8. _E_ High School Diploma G. A graduate level college degree H. Things that you are required to do (duties) as part of the job position 9. _D_ Bachelor s Degree I. Experience or education that is an equal value to what a company requires for a job position 10. _G_ Master s Degree J. The skills that an employer hopes to find in a person applying for the job 11. _C_ References K. The skills and personal qualities that an employer hopes to find in a person applying for the job (this could also include education desired as well) 12. _M_ Benefits L. The years of schooling a company requires before hiring someone for a job 13. _I Equivalent M. A group of insurance packages included with the job position (dental, medical,vision, retirement, etc) 7 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 job title of this open position? 6. Where is the company located? 2. What company is hiring for this position? 7. How much does this job pay? 3. How many years of experience is required for this job position? 4. What skills are required for this position? 5. What education & training is required for this position? 8 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 Please fill out the chart below on your own, without receiving help from a teacher or aid. 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 Search possible job positions 3 Choose 3 job openings you are most interested in. Write the job information in the chart. Type of Job (Job position name) Job Qualifications needed Experience needed How to apply /20/2017 TH Employment Rubric: Task 1 Research Job Openings 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 includes ALL 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 includes 3 out of the 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 includes 2 out of the 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 includes 1 out of the 4 required elements of the job correctly and clearly stated with no more than 1-2 errors in grammar and spelling. 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: 11 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: Advanced Task 2 Materials Suggested Activities Students will complete a job application. INTERMEDIATE Students will complete 4 sections of the application: 1. Personal Information 2. Employment Desired 3. Education 4. References 1. Reference Sheet 2. Practice Application 3. What Goes in a Job Application 4. Tips for Filling out a Job Application 5. Vocabulary Matching Exercise (and Answer Key) 6. Practice Applications (Optional) 7. Application Checklist 8. Assessment Application 9. Employment Rubric:Task 2 1. Review Employment Rubric: Task 2 so that students understand the requirements. 2. Have students complete Reference Sheet with personal and previous job information. 3. Demonstrate how to complete an application using the Practice Application. 4. Practice vocabulary and how to correctly complete a job application with What Goes in a Job Application, Tips for Filling out a Job Application, and Vocabulary Matching Exercises. 5. Complete Practice Applications as needed (optional: have students bring in applications from places they are interested in. Direct students to use the Application Checklist to review their own applications (and/or trade with partners for a peer review.) 6. Have students complete Assessment Application and Rubric. 7. See Additional Resources page 12 12/20/2017 TH Schools Attended REFERENCE SHEET School Name Dates Attended City, State Degree Recent Jobs Company Name Dates Worked Address Reason for Leaving References Name Address City, State Phone Number 13 12/20/2017 TH WHAT GOES IN A JOB APPLICATION Melia is looking for a job. She has written some notes about her past work experience and education. Please: Read the notes below and decide where they belong in the application. Write the number next to the correct section of the application listed at the bottom. There can be more than one answer for each section. 1. I earned my GED in My phone number is (760) I worked as a cashier at McDonald s from I can type 35 words per minute. 5. My address is 435 Rialto Avenue. 6. I worked in customer service at Mervyns from I took a computer class and received a certificate in I know how to use a fax machine, a copier, and voic . 9. I volunteered at Jefferson Elementary School from Job Application sections Personal Information 1_ Education and Training Work History Skills and Experience 14 12/20/2017 TH TIPS FOR FILLING OUT A JOB APPLICATION Application 1. Read all of the application before filling it out. 2. Use a blue or black pen, if application cannot be found online. 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 (in advance) from three references to use their names on the application. 6. Put open or negotiable 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 VOCABULARY MATCHING EXERCISE: JOB APPLICATION Below are words you will often see on an employment application. Write the letter of the definition next to the correct word. Find any words you don t know in a dictionary. Vocabulary Meaning 1. Permanent Address A. Address of where you live 2. Present Address B. Before, in the past, 3. Position Desired C. Let go from a job for $ reasons (not fired for doing something wrong) 4. Salary Desired D. Not long ago 5. References E. Detail about a job 6. Citizen F. Sent by someone 7. Convicted of a Felony G. A legal member of a country 8. Immediate Supervisor H. Married, single, divorced, widowed 9. Laid off I. Job title 10. Recent J. Job title that you are applying for 11. Experience K. Past skills that you have learned to do 12. Job Position name L. A physical or mental condition that may affect your ability to do the job without help 13. Disability M. Let go from a job because you did something wrong (Fired) 14. Description N. Activities you were supposed to do on your job (Responsibilities) 15. Referred O. What the job pays 16. Marital status (or Relationship status) P. Your direct boss or manager, who you report to first 17. Duties Q. Found guilty of a crime 18. Previous/former R. Someone who knows you well enough to tell others about you or your past jobs 19. Dismissed S. Address of where you are staying temporarily 16 12/20/2017 TH Vocabulary Matching Exercise: Job Application (Answer Key) Vocabulary Meaning 1. _A Permanent Address A. Address of where you live 2. _S Present Address B. Before, in the past, 3. _J Position Desired C. Let go from a job for $ reasons (not fired for doing something wrong) 4. _O Salary Desired D. Not long ago 5. _R References E. Detail about a job 6. _G Citizen F. Sent by someone 7. _Q Convicted of a Felony G. A legal member of a country 8. _P Immediate Supervisor H. Married, single, divorced, widowed 9. _C Laid off I. Job title 10. _D Recent J. Job title that you are applying for 11. _K Experience K. Past skills that you have learned to do 12. _I Job Position name L. A physical or mental condition that may affect your ability to do the job without help 13. _L Disability M. Let go from a job because you did something wrong (Fired) 14. _E Description N. Activities you were supposed to do on your job (Responsibilities) 15. _F Referred O. What the job pays 16. _H Marital status (or Relationship status) P. Your direct boss or manager, who you report to first 17. _N Duties Q. Found guilty of a crime 18. _B Previous/former R. Someone who knows you well enough to tell others about you or your past jobs 19. _M Dismissed S. Address of where you are staying temporarily 17 12/20/2017 TH Practice Application for Employment Personal Information Name (Last Name First) Phone Number ( ) Present Address City State Zip Code Permanent Address City State Zip Code Phone Number Work/Message Phone ( ) ( ) Referred by Do you have any relatives working for this company? Yes No Name Relationship to you EMPLOYMENT DESIRED Position Start Date Salary Desired Are You Employed? Yes No If so, may we contact your present employer? Yes No Ever applied to this company Where? When? before? Yes No Are you legally eligible to work in this country? Yes No Have you ever been convicted of a felony? Yes No (If your answer is yes, please explain. A conviction will not necessarily disqualify you.) School Name High School College Trade or Business School EDUCATION HISTORY Years Attended RECENT JOBS Degree (LIST BELOW YOUR LAST THREE EMPLOYERS, BEGINNING WITH THE MOST RECENT ONE FIRST) Dates: From: To: (mo/yr) (mo/yr) Address Employer s Name Phone Number ( ) Immediate Supervisor Salary Position Subjects Studied 18 12/20/2017 TH Job Duties Reason for Leaving Dates: From: To: Employer s Name (mo/yr) (mo/yr) Address Phone Number ( ) Immediate Supervisor Salary Position Job Duties Reason for Leaving General Information Special Training/Skills or Additional Job-Related Information References Give the names of three people not related to you, whom you have known at least one year. 1. Name Address Phone Number Business Years Known Date Signature 19 12/20/2017 TH JOB APPLICATION CHECKLIST Directions: After you fill out the application, answer the fol
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