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joyrmalistMemorable projects and high interest activities help to develop lifelong learners. Schools can help students to become college and career ready by teaching career exploration units. For the final project, students can create detailed and informative posters that can help them present the information learned to others. Kids of all ages can save these projects and share them with their families.

Poster Information

Various types of information regarding the profession should be cleared explained and outlined on the poster. Some categories are:

Education and Training

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Work Locations

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Salary and Benefits

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Occupation Types

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Duties and Activities

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Other Information

Computer Created Presentations

Another artistic way to present information is to create one using Keynote or Powerpoint on the computer. Research reports can be shared with the class using multimedia presentations. This is a sample of a report that a high school student created. The student utilized Big Universe to gain information for the presentation and created it on Keynote. In addition, they added audio and visual effects.

Screen Shot 2015-05-17 at 6.16.53 PMFor more information about a career and workplace study unit see Career Exploration For Students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Online Resources To Help Students

Students can reading colorful and engaging titles that can assist in learning the about careers and the workforce. These books offer a great opportunity to enrich student’s vocabulary and content knowledge. Educators can utilize online resource guides to plan engaging lessons that require critical thinking. Big Universe offers thousands of titles in many different languages on a multitude of topics. Find texts in multiple genres as well as teacher resource guides on the Big Universe website.

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