Create a resume lesson plan. Students select an occupation to pursue and write a resume to get the job. Have them log into the resume builder site. Discuss each section of a resume asking students to provide examples from their own lives.
Upon successful completion students will be able to create a complete resume representing their skills experience and educational background. Lesson plan 4 resume writing objective. This lesson presents information about different types of resumes information to be included common action verbs and resume examples.
They should structure their time accordingly. Different types and sources of energy subject. Make observations to provide evidence that energy can be transferred from place to place by sound light heat and electric currents.
This readwritethink resource helps students create a professional cover letter. Career preparation learning results met or partially met. To understand that there are different types and sources of energy next gen science standard.
Students research the occupation and then write a resume for the job. As they do so remind them about the time limit for creating their draft in class. It focuses on information to include on a resume including relevant education part time jobs volunteer work and extracurricular activities.
Review the necessary information that must be on a resume. Talk about the objective section of a resume and share some examples. Create a worksheet or some questions that include things teens can put on a resume.
In this resume writing lesson students brainstorm about their skills for their ideal job. Customize the resume for the purpose a job resume is going to be different from a resume for a college application. Education and extracurricular activities this lesson is for the first time job seeker.
Take students to a computer lab with access to the internet and resume generator to complete this lesson. Day 2 students will create a resume using a teacher provided template with the grading rubric attached. Write an objective for your resume.