Recent Prior Experience
Students have completed modules 1, 2 and 3 of their Pathways Plan.
Indicators of Learning
gain an awareness of the importance of asking for help
identify their support network
understand the power of asking for help
Personal and social capability
Social awareness element
Social management element
Inquiring – identifying, exploring and organising information
15 Minutes - Accessing your allies
Reintroduce the High Five Messages of career development and focus on the message ‘Access your allies’. Ask students what they think this means? Lead a discussion on how you will progress as much by who you know and who you are, as by what you know. Support from family, friends, mentors and peers is very helpful.
Ask students to complete Resource B - Who is in my network? Remind students to think about allies at school (teachers, career advisor, year coordinator, workplace learning coordinator, youth worker, friends etc), home (parents, carers, grandparents, aunts/uncles, siblings etc) and local clubs (tennis coach, piano teacher, scout leader etc).
Emphasise that asking for help is not a sign of weakness. Rather it is a sign of strength when you can identify a need, clearly express the need and articulate how others can help you meet the need. There is an opportunity to discuss the skills students may need to enlist the help of others.
20 Minutes - Pathways website
Ask students to login to their pathways plan and complete module four: My support network.
Achievement standard statement
Catering for individual differences, learning styles, special needs (student diversity)
ABCD Career Competencies
2. Interact positively and effectively with others
2.1 Develop abilities for building positive relationships in life
2.4 Improve abilities for building positive relationships in life and work