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  1. Self-Discovery

  2. Warm-Up Questions CPS Questions 1 - 2 Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  3. Lesson Overview • Career Direction: Getting to Know Yourself • Identifying your Aptitudes and Abilities • Linking your Dominant Intelligences to your Preferred Learning Style • Identifying your Fields of Interest • Linking your Aptitudes and Interests to Career Paths Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  4. Quick Write Write a paragraph on the tools you would utilize before considering a career direction. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  5. Getting to Know Yourself • Multiple Intelligences (MI) • Eight distinct areas of intelligence that everyone possesses • Learning Style • The way an individual learns • Holland Interest Environments • Technique for exploring the ways that your interests can be grouped into job categories Chapter 3, Lesson 2 Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

  6. Intelligence • Intelligence • Ability to acquire, understand, and use knowledge • Dr. Howard Gardner has identified at least 8 distinct areas of intelligence Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  7. Multiple Intelligences • Visual/Spatial Intelligence • ability to create mental images and transform them into an art form or useful product • Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence • focuses on the use of language and words • Musical/Rhythmic Intelligence • ability to be aware of patterns in pitch, sound, rhythm, and timbre Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  8. Multiple Intelligences (continued) • Logical/Mathematical Intelligence • ability to think abstractly, to problem-solve, and to think critically • Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence • ability to connect mind and body • Intrapersonal Intelligence • ability to comprehend your own feelings Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  9. Multiple Intelligences (continued) • Interpersonal Intelligence • ability to comprehend others’ feelings • Naturalistic Intelligence • ability to understand and work effectively in the natural world of plants and animals Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  10. Benefits of Identifying Your Multiple Intelligences • Higher career satisfaction when you identify and capitalize on areas that seem to come naturally • Identify your top intelligences and further build your strengths • More prepared to relate your intelligences to your preferred learning styles and fields of interest Chapter 2, Lesson 1

  11. Learning Check Questions CPS Questions 3 - 4 Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  12. Activity 1: Multiple Intelligence Survey • On the worksheet provided, complete the Multiple Intelligence Survey to identify your top 3 intelligences. • Be prepared to share your answers with the class. Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  13. Study Habits for Your Personality • Visual/Spatial • Use visuals in your notes • Verbal/Linguistic • Establish study groups • Summarize and recite your notes aloud • Musical/Rhythmic • Listen to music while studying Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  14. Study Habits for Your Personality (continued) • Logical/Mathematical • Make connections between subjects • Apply information to real-life situations • Bodily/Kinesthetic • Act out information • Use charts, posters, flash cards and chalkboards to study • Use repetition Chapter 3, Lesson 2 Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

  15. Study Habits for Your Personality (continued) • Intrapersonal • Study in a quiet area by yourself • Interpersonal • Study in groups • Share information with others • Naturalistic • Study outside • Choose topics for projects related to nature Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  16. Learning Check Questions CPS Questions 5 – 6 Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  17. Activity 2: Study Habits • Use your textbook to identify study habits based on your MIS results. • Be prepared to share your answers with the class. Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  18. Four Benefits to Applying Your MI Knowledge to Career Planning • Increased career development • Positive career selection and advancement • Career development enhanced with the support of friends and family • Low impact of weaknesses on career success as you emphasize your strengths while understanding areas for improvement Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  19. Occupations by Primary Intelligence • Visual/Spatial intelligence • engineer, surveyor, architect, urban planner, graphic artist, interior decorator, photographer, pilot • Verbal/Linguistic intelligence • librarian, curator, speech pathologist, writer, radio or TV announcer, journalist, lawyer • Musical/Rhythmic intelligence • musician, piano tuner, music therapist, choral director, conductor Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  20. Occupations by Primary Intelligence (continued) • Logical/Mathematical intelligence • auditor, accountant, mathematician, scientist, statistician, computer analyst, technician • Bodily/Kinesthetic intelligence • physical therapist, dancer, actor, mechanic, carpenter, forest ranger, jeweler • Intrapersonal intelligence • psychologist, therapist, counselor, theologian, program planner, entrepreneur Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  21. Occupations by Primary Intelligence (continued) • Interpersonal intelligence • administrator, manager, personnel worker, psychologist, nurse, public relations person, social director, teacher • Naturalistic intelligence • botanist, astronomer, wildlife illustrator, meteorologist, chef, geologist, landscape architect Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  22. Learning Styles • Ever sat in class and felt as if you were lost and not understanding what is being taught? • You may be asking yourself, “Is there a learning style that’s best for me?’ • Learning styles are the way an individual learns best Chapter 3, Lesson 2 Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

  23. Learning Styles • Visual • Learns by seeing information • Auditory • Learns by hearing information • Tactile • Learns by touching or doing Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  24. Learning Check Questions CPS Questions 7 - 8 Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  25. Activity 3: Learning Styles • On the worksheet provided, complete the LEAD survey to identify your learning style. • Be prepared to share your answers with the class. Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  26. Identifying Fields of Interest • Holland Interest Environments • Career Clusters Chapter 3, Lesson 2 Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

  27. Linking Your Aptitudes and Interests to Career Paths Holland Interest Environment Categories: • Doers (Realistic – R) • Thinkers (Investigative – I) • Creators (Artistic – A) • Helpers (Social – S) • Persuaders (Enterprising – E) • Organizers (Conventional – C) Chapter 3, Lesson 2 Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

  28. Career Clusters • The U.S. Department of Education (DOE)developed 16 career clusters • Georgia Department of Education currently recognizes 11 career pathways related to these clusters: • Agriculture Pathway • Architecture, Construction, Communications and Transportation Pathway • Arts & Humanities Pathway • Business and Computer Science Pathway • Culinary Arts Pathway • Education Pathway • Engineering and Technology Pathway • Family and Consumer Sciences Pathway • Government and Public Safety Pathway • Healthcare Science Pathway • Marketing, Sales and Service Pathway Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  29. Career Paths Based on Your Aptitudes and Interests • Careerzone • New York Department of Labor • www.careerzone.ny.gov • The American College Testing Program (ACT) • Useful system of organizing jobs into career clusters • www.act.org/wwm/overview.html Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  30. Learning Check Questions CPS Questions 9 – 10 Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  31. Activity 4: Career Interests • Using the Internet, complete the Careerzone self-assessment to help determine your work interests. • Be prepared to share your answers with the class. Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  32. Summary • Career Direction: Getting to Know Yourself • Identifying your Aptitudes and Abilities • Linking your Dominant Intelligences to your Preferred Learning Style • Identifying your Fields of Interest • Linking your Aptitudes and Interests to Career Paths Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  33. Review Questions CPS Questions 11 - 12 Note for teacher: Use “Pick a Student” button in CPS Chapter 3, Lesson 2

  34. Next… • We’ll learn about pursuing a technically oriented or educational track career path Chapter 3, Lesson 2 Photo courtesy of Shutterstock