ERIC Number: ED160798
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976-Dec-1
Reference Count: 0
Teachers' Manual for Career Education: Instilling Readiness for Decision-Making.
La Guardia Community Coll., Long Island City, NY.
The manual contains over eighty career education lesson plans which are aimed at instilling readiness for decision making in first and fifth grade students. The lessons are intended to go beyond the provision of occupational information and to focus on teaching students how to gather, evaluate, and integrate information. Lesson plans are keyed to eight decision making questions. The expected outcome of the exercises is that the child will ask himself one or more questions; for example, he may ask, "What do I like?"; "What do I want?"; and/or "When do I not have a choice?" Lesson plans are coded according to grade level of the activity, the objective it meets, and the activity itself. Several first grade lesson titles are "If I Had a Million,""Things I Like," and "Kerchiefs"; several fifth grade lesson titles are "Sports,""Music," and "Money." Objectives and procedures are included for each lesson. Some lessons employ materials (such as cartoons, etc.), and some use playlets or stories. For example, the suggested procedure in "If I Had a Million" is to have the children act out a playlet designed to lead to an awareness of preferences and a discussion of those preferences. (CSS)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Career Education (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.; New York State Education Dept., Albany.
Authoring Institution: La Guardia Community Coll., Long Island City, NY.
Identifiers: Education Amendments 1974
Note: Some pages throughout this document may not reproduce well due to poor print quality; For related documents see ED 114 586 and ED 120 411