Reflection: Real World Applications Career Aspirations - Section 3: Writing Activity


From this unit on careers, my scholars write across disciplines as they explore various careers in this lesson.  I often like to use a culminating writing assessment to close a unit because it allows my scholars to reflect upon the information they learned during the unit.  This lesson is particularly important because it has the potential to affect they rest of their lives.  As students write about their career aspirations, I want them to whole-heartedly believe they have what it takes to achieve their goals and dreams.  

  I Have What it Takes!
  Real World Applications: I Have What it Takes!
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Career Aspirations

Unit 7: The Value of Work and Play
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT write about their career aspirations.

Big Idea: Students will write an essay about what they want to be when they grow up.

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