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Course SummaryThis course provides you effective tools to create custom lessons plans for teaching life skills. Video lessons and quizzes help you explore important topics while providing guidelines for group and individual activities to engage and entertain your students.
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About This Course
From communicating effectively to building strong social skills, our lesson plans will help you teach your students the life skills they will need as they progress throughout their academic careers and beyond. Activities are designed to increase student participation in the classroom and to present the material in a memorable and interactive manner.
How It Works
Depending on the individual chapters that comprise this course, you can use these tools to have your students watch short videos, facilitate class discussions or employ the in-class activities suggested in the lesson plans. You might also use these lesson plans to review the material as you prepare to teach these topics to your class.
This course includes:
- Engaging videos accessible from any device
- Short, printable lesson transcripts
- Text displaying easy language and examples to fully illustrate each lesson plan
- Self-assessment quizzes that help you gauge your knowledge of the topics addressed in each lesson
- Opportunities to contact instructors online with any questions you might have about this course
How It Helps
- Outlines effective lesson plans: Chapters within this course provide details about developing lesson plans you can use in your classroom.
- Satisfies curriculum standards: Each lesson plan adheres to the guidelines for these topics as addressed by Common Core standards.
- Improves student attention and comprehension: Fun activities hold the attention of your students and are designed to help them learn in a more interactive environment.
|Safety Lesson Plans||Instructional suggestions for teaching students about personal safety as well as safety in school and other environments|
|Responsibility & Critical Thinking Lesson Plans||Explore creative ways to help students develop critical thinking skills and assume responsibility for their actions and decisions|
|Career Prep Lesson Plans||Guide students through the career preparation process, from choosing a career to satisfying academic and other requirements|
|Personal Money Management Lesson Plans||Use activities to help students understand the importance of and how to save and invest money|
|Character Education Lesson Plans||Organize plans and activities that teach students the aspects of good character|
|Types of Communication Lesson Plans||Support the teaching of oral and written communication skills with lesson plans, videos and group activities|
|Technology Lesson Plans||Increase students' understanding of various technological uses and devices|
|Social Skills Lesson Plans||Employ lesson plans and suggested activities to help students understand proper social behavior|
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