Subject: College Careers
1. Topic-
Why Complete College?
2. Content-
Having a college degree opens more opportunities to higher paying jobs, even if your field has nothing to do with what you're applying for.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Students will understand the importance of a college career.
2.Write down colleges they would like to attend.
3.Present in front of the classroom.
4. Objectives-
1.More Money
2.Increased Knowledge and Skills
4.Social Interaction
5.Student Benefits
5. Materials and Aids-
Laptops, Paper, Pencils.
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

If you have a degree in Philosophy and you've always had a thing for finance, who do you think will get the job when applying, person
A) Somebody who doesn't have a degree and loves finance but has nothing to prove his worthiness
B) somebody with a college degree who has demonstrated that he/she has devoted time and effort to successfully achieve a goal.

B. Development-

Be happier with yourself. Education opens your eyes to things you may have never considered. Education offers exposure to the past, present and future. No matter where you turn, learning is everywhere. Humans strive to succeed by learning from others.

C. Practice-

1.Create their own power point
2.Research about an Ivy League University
3.Share with the Class

Modeling/Explanation us the classroom and discuss the negative and positives effects of college.

D. Independent Practice-

You will be prepared to enter a new career field. College helps you prepare for life and the challenges we have to balance.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

Ask questions to see if the students have any concerns about the topic.

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Ask questions
2.Students will write down their thoughts about college
3.Take a small quiz about the power point

G. Closure-

1.Present their power point
2.Present their poster.
7. Evaluation-
1.Grade power points
2. Have a class discussion over the topi.
8. Teacher Reflection-
Presents a study which focused primarily on student outcomes and how they are affected by college environments. Details of the study; Issues studied; Findings; Impact of student interaction; Peer group effects with regards to gender and race; Student-faculty interaction; Faculty responses to teaching; Implications for educational reform.

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