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ERIC Number: ED092718
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 152
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Career Survival Skills: Focus on Affective Career Education. Teacher's Manual.
Loughary, John W.; Ripley, Theresa
Part of the "Career Survival Skills Kit" (described in CE 001 445), the teacher's manual is geared to helping students develop a sense of self-awareness and learn a variety of career development concepts. It includes an introduction with preparation aids and thirty-nine exercises complete with behavioral objectives. The self-contained exercises are aimed at one or both of two conceptual levels: Level 1, grades 5-8; Level 2, grades 9-12. Each exercise includes a statement of its purpose, a one-to four-page briefing which indicates level and provides the necessary background information, step-by-step procedural instructions for conducting the exercise activities, a list of needed resources, and an indication of the number of sessions required. Exercises are directed to concepts of values and careers, external factors and careers, career opportunities, career payoffs and life style, decision making and planning, and career survival skills. The manual includes a glossary (which defines terms in the context in which they appear in the text) and an exercise profile (listing the purpose, behavioral objectives, and resources in chart form for each exercise). (Author/AG)
Charles E. Merrill Publishing Co., 1300 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43216 ($45.00 for kit)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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