Recent Prior Experience
Students have completed modules 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 of their Pathways Plan.
Indicators of Learning
Learn about the Pathways website, resume builder and how it can help them to manage their career information
Have an understanding of the world of work, and to prepare a profile of themselves that demonstrates skills, knowledge and experience
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures
Personal and social capability
Social awareness element
Social management element
Generating ideas, possibilities and actions
Review: What is a resume? A resume is a document that outlines your personal details, education, skills, achievements, work experience and referees name and contact details. Ask students to create/edit their resume using the resume template from Lesson 8.
Lead a discussion around what do employers want to see in a Resume? Write ‘positive’ and ‘negative’ on the board and ask students to provide examples of each. Resume writing requires students to provide details about themselves. By now students should know they have talents, skills and attributes. The secret is to use this information to promote themselves as the right candidate for the position.
Ask students to login to their pathways plan and complete the resume builder.
Achievement standard statement
Catering for individual differences, learning styles, special needs (student diversity)
ABCD Career Competencies
4. Participate in lifelong learning supportive of career goals
4.1 Discover lifelong learning and its contribution to life and work
4.2 Link lifelong learning to personal career aspirations
4.3 Link lifelong learning process to the career building process
4.4 Participate in continuous learning supportive of career goals
7. Secure/create and maintain work
7.3 Develop abilities to seek, obtain/create and maintain work
8. Make career enhancing decisions
8.3. Engage in career decision-making
8.4 Incorporate realism into your career decision making