Lesson #1: Choose a Job

Blurb about what choose a job is

Length: 30 mins

❏ Understand six different work environments
❏ Explore occupations and jobs based on interests
❏ Select an occupation/job and understand its requirements

❏ Reading: Key Ideas and Details
❏ Reading: Integration of Knowledge and Ideas
❏ Speaking and Listening: Comprehension and Collaboration
❏ Speaking and Listening: Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas
❏ Language: Vocabulary Acquisition and Use

❏ Numbers and Quantity: Quantities

What type of job fits you best?

There are six work environments that all jobs fall under:

Artistic jobs frequently involve working with forms, designs, and patterns. They
often require self-expression and can be done without a clear set of rules.

Conventional jobs frequently involve following set procedures and routines.
These jobs can include working with data and details more than with ideas.

Enterprising jobs frequently involve starting up and carrying out projects. These
jobs can involve leading people, making many decisions, and risk-taking.

Investigative jobs frequently involve working with ideas and require a lot of
thinking. These jobs can involve searching for facts and figuring out problems.

Realistic jobs frequently involve hands-on problems and solutions. They often
deal with plants, animals, and materials like wood and machinery. Many require
working outside and do not involve paperwork or working closely with others.

Social jobs frequently involve working with, communicating with, and teaching
people. These jobs often involve helping or providing service to others.

On your laptop or smartphone device, go to:
❏ Click “Go” next to “Start a new Interest Profiler”
❏ Click “60 Question – Short”
❏ Follow the instructions to complete profiler with your student

Fill out the occupation worksheet and upload into

New concepts covered and activities completed:
TODAY: Lesson #1: Choose a Job

❏Work environments
❏Average salary
❏Work values

NEXT WEEK: Lesson #2: Apply for a Job
Lesson #3: Create a Resume
Lesson #4: Interview for a Job
Lesson #5: Make an Impression