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To Be or Not To Be?
Source: Council for Economic Education (EconEdLink) | Type: Lesson

This lesson guides students through web sites that examine careers that are typically of interest to 3rd- through 5th-grade students. By completing the steps outlined in the lesson, the students will explore careers and report their findings.

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Great for Older or Gifted Readers    October 11, 2008
By: Ruis, E
Glossary - It was very good however definitions had terms younger student might not understand and need teacher assistance.
When exploring occupations, students have to read a lot of material. This is good for independent reader to do individually. Struggling reader will need assistance.
Online questions about careers are not accessible on the student side. They are available on the teacher side with answers.
Videos are wonderful. They are not blocked by my school system. Younger student may have problem working the system.
I do like the lesson for gifted readers. As a whole group it would take a more than one class period.
 

Review from EconEdLink.org May 15, 2006
By: Cindy
Excellent lesson. Very detailed with lots of great web resources. We use this at the middle school level.
 

Review from EconEdLink.org November 14, 2008
By: Jeannie B.
This is a good lesson, but I need something for younger kids since counselors are expected to introduce careers to as young as kindergarten children.