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Grade LevelUnit NumberHPSUnit TitleLesson NumberLesson NameLearning Objective(s)Interaction with NavianceCompletion
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66.1Skills Needed for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success6.1.1Ramp-Up to Readiness IntroductionRamp-Up to Readiness.TM What it means to be college ready. What it takes to be college ready. How they can start preparing for college now.NoDone
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66.1Skills Needed for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success6.1.2Team BuildingThe students will engage in team-building and class-building activities. The students will be able to identify ways to improve communication and social skills when involved in cooperative learning activities. Demonstrate an understanding of how to cooperate with others to accomplish a goal.NoDone
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66.1Skills Needed for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success6.1.3Team Building #2The students will engage in team-building and class-building activities. The students will be able to identify ways to improve communication and social skills when involved in cooperative learning activities. Demonstrate an understanding of how to cooperate with others to accomplish a goal.NoDone
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66.1Skills Needed for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success6.1.4Developing Habits for SuccessStudents will learn strategies for making a smooth transition to middle school. Students will learn ways to familiarize themselves with the school. Students will be introduced to ways to become organized. Students will begin to consider their goals for this school year.NoDone
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66.1Skills Needed for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success6.1.5Using A PlannerStudents will learn the importance of keeping track of assignments and activities. Students will learn how to use a planner effectively. Students will learn strategies for monitoring completion of tasks. Students will update their Readiness Rubric. NoDone
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66.1Skills Needed for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success6.1.6Taking NotesStudents will learn the importance of setting goals. Students will learn to differentiate between short-term and long-term goals. Students will develop goals for 6th grade. Students will update their Readiness Rubric.YesDone
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66.1Skills Needed for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success6.1.7PREP LessonWhat it means to be personally ready for college (what self-efficacy means; what self-regulated learning means; what effort/persistence means). Their own level of personal readiness for college.YesDone
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66.2SMART Goals and Progress Monitoring6.2.1Defining Your DreamsStudents will plot a timeline of their past, present and future. Students will define their dreams. Students’ dreams will serve as a “connection point” for goal setting lessons.YesDone
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66.2SMART Goals and Progress Monitoring6.2.2SMART GoalsStudents will have the importance of setting goals reinforced. Students will review the difference between short-term and long-term goals and learn how to set SMART goals. Students will evaluate their progress toward previously set goals and review and modify the goals as necessary. Students will develop SMART goals based on their dreams for the future.YesDone
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66.2SMART Goals and Progress Monitoring6.2.3Readiness RubricsStudents will complete 6th Grade Readiness Rubric: MCAII Scores, Grades Personal/Social Readiness Indicators, Readiness Rubric Rating Scales, and College Readiness Rubric ReflectionNoDone
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66.2SMART Goals and Progress Monitoring6.2.4SMARTER GoalsStudents will review how to set SMART goals. Students will learn how to evaluate their progress toward previously set goals and review and modify the goals as necessary. Students will learn strategies for persisting toward achievement of their goals.YesDone
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66.3Identifying Careers of Interest6.3.1High Skilled Careers and ExpensesStudents will name the three main types of colleges. Students will identify the costs for living necessities. Students will identify the average annual salaries by education level. Students will compare average living expenses vs. income.NoDone
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66.3Identifying Careers of Interest6.3.2Personal Benefits of a High-Skilled CareerStudents will explore what type of personal benefits they hope for in their future career. Students will learn the what workers in high-skilled careers report the most important personal benefits of their occupation.NoDone
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66.3Identifying Careers of Interest6.3.3Career Key SurveyStudents will learn their personality type by taking the “Career Key” survey. Students will identify what jobs match their personality type. Students will explore careers of interest. Students will update their Postsecondary Plan.YesDone
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66.3Identifying Careers of Interest6.3.4Explore Careers from Career Key SurveyStudents will identify what jobs match their personality type. Students will explore careers of interest.YesIn Progress
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66.3Identifying Careers of Interest6.3.5Matching High-Skilled Careers and CollegesStudents will identify postsecondary institutions that match his or her careers of interest. Students will learn new ways to add to the Careers of Interest list on Naviance. Students will identify community and technical colleges that might match his or her careers of interest. Students will update their Postsecondary Plan.YesIn Progress
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66.4Career, Post-Secondary, and Middle School Planning6.4.1Readiness Rubric #2Students will complete 6th Grade Readiness Rubric (Grades, Personal/Social Readiness Indicators, MCA-II Scores, and Readiness Rubric Reflection)NoIn Progress
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66.4Career, Post-Secondary, and Middle School Planning6.4.2Post-secondary Plan and Selecting ClassesStudents will update their Postsecondary Plan. Students will create or review their academic plan for 7th and 8th grade.YesIn Progress
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66.5Post-Secondary Investigation6.5.1Post-secondary Website InformationStudents will learn how to search for websites containing information about postsecondary institutions. Students will become familiar with the College Board and Naviance website. Students will learn important tips for choosing a college.YesIn Progress
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66.5Postsecondary Investigation6.5.2Exploring Colleges of InterestStudents will understand how to use the ‘college lookup” page. Students will learn different sections on the Naviance “College” page. Students will navigate through college websites. Students will add colleges to the Naviance “colleges I am interested in” page. Students will update their Postsecondary Plan.YesIn Progress
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66.6Post-Secondary Costs6.6.1Types of College CostsStudents will be introduced to ways to pay for college. Students will learn the 5 main types of college costs. Student will understand the overall costs for college. Students will investigate whether college is worth the money.NoIn Progress
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66.6Post-Secondary Costs6.6.2Financing Post-secondary EducationStudents will enhance their knowledge on common ways to pay for college. Students will learn more about the types of scholarships. Students will explore scholarships of interest. Students will identify scholarships of interest. Students will update their Postsecondary Plan.YesIn Progress
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66.6Post-Secondary Costs6.6.3Calculating Post-secondary CostsStudents will explore the different college expenses. Students will be introduced to College Expenses Payment Calculator. Students will learn how families combine different methods to pay for college (Financial Aid, Parent’s Contribution, Savings, and Other Sources). Update Postsecondary Plan.YesDone
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66.7Review6.7.16th Grade Ramp-Up ReviewStudents will review the Ramp-Up unit main points (Skills Needed for School & College Success, SMARTER Goals and Progress Monitoring, Identifying Careers of Interest, Career, Postsecondary, & Academic Planning, Postsecondary Investigation, and Postsecondary Costs)NoDone
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77.1Skills Needed for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success7.1.1Ramp-Up to Readiness IntroductionStudents learn about the following: Ramp-Up to Readiness,TM what it means to be college ready, what it takes to be college ready, and how they can start preparing for college now.NoDone
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77.1Skills Needed for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success7.1.2SMART GoalsStudents will have the importance of setting goals reinforced. Students will review the difference between short-term and long-term goals and learn how to set SMART goals. Students will evaluate their progress toward previously set goals and review and modify the goals as necessary. Students will develop SMART goals for 7th grade.YesDone
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77.2Growth Mindset7.2.1Overcoming ObstaclesPeople can get smarter with hard work. There are different types of intelligences. To develop a Growth Mindset.Yes, (but also version that doesn't)Done
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77.2Growth Mindset7.2.2MindsetStudents learn that people can get smarter with hard work. Students identify their own mindset. Students learn strategies for developing a growth mindset.YesDone
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77.3Learning Styles Inventory7.3.1Learning Styles and CareersStudents identify: their learning styles, how to become better students using learning style strategies, career paths that align with their learning style, and college paths that align with their learning styleYesDone
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77.3Learning Styles Inventory7.3.2Take the Learning Style InventoryStudents will identify the best and most difficult ways for you to learn. Students will name your their Learning Style categories. Students will identify the types of learning that are most difficult for them. Students will name one way to use this learning style information to help them in school. Students will update their Postsecondary Plan with information obtained from the Learning Styles survey results.YesDone
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77.3Learning Styles Inventory7.3.3Using Learning Techniques: Your Learning StyleStudents will review their primary learning style. Students will choose learning techniques that will help them based on their learning style. Students will examine why these learning techniques help them be a better learner.YesDone
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77.3Learning Styles Inventory7.3.4Learning Styles and CareersStudents will review their primary learning style. Students will learn top careers by learning style. Students will identify some careers of interest that fit your learning style. Update Postsecondary Plan.YesDone
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77.3Learning Styles Inventory7.3.5Learning Styles: Careers and CollegesStudents will review their primary learning style. Students will explore careers that fit their learning style. Students will investigate colleges that fit their learning style and careers of interest. Update Postsecondary Plan.YesDone
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77.4Progress Monitoring7.4.1Readiness RubricsStudents review and update: a plan that connects Career, Postsecondary, & Academic aspirations, possible plans for high school, readiness Rubric/PREP, SMART Goals, strategies to close readiness gaps, and plan for increasing accelerated courseworkNoDone
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77.4Progress Monitoring7.4.2Readiness RubricsStudents will complete 7th Grade Readiness Rubric (Grades, Personal/Social Readiness Indicators, Readiness Rubric Rating Scales, College Readiness Rubric Reflection, MCAII Scores, and EXPLORE scores)NoDone
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77.5Income vs. Expenses/Costs7.5.1Reality CheckStudents will learn to use the Reality Check Tool. Students will understand the salary needed to cover anticipated expenses. Students will explore careers that cover anticipated expenses. Students will identify careers of interest that cover anticipated expenses. Students will update their Postsecondary Plan.NoDone
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77.5Income vs. Expenses/Costs7.5.2Budgeting for TeenagersStudents will learn the keys to a good budget. Students will understand the different categories of a sample monthly budget. Students will create plans to develop a monthly budget.NoDone
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77.5Income vs. Expenses/Costs7.5.3Introduction to Income vs. ExpensesStudents learn: the connection between income and expenses, how income relates to education and careers, the basics of budgeting and borrowing, and about credit card charges and possible pitfalls.NoDone
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77.6Career, Post-Secondary, and Middle School Planning7.6.1Post-Secondary Plan and Selecting ClassesStudents will update their Postsecondary Plan. Students will create or review their academic plan for 8th grade.YesDone
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77.6Career, Post-Secondary, and Middle School Planning7.6.2Readiness Rubrics #2Students will complete 7th Grade Readiness Rubric (Grades, Personal/Social Readiness Indicators, MCA-II Scores, and Readiness Rubric Reflection)NoDone
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77.7Building Post-Secondary Belief7.7.1Cracking the MythStudents will learn about the myths or misconceptions about attending college and why they are myths. Students will consider their own beliefs about postsecondary education and whether their beliefs are myths or truth.NoDone
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77.7Building Post-Secondary Belief7.7.2Within My Reach StoriesStudents will review the myths or misconceptions about attending college and why they are myths. Students will read about real Minnesota students from diverse backgrounds who have proven the myths false and succeeded in postsecondary education. Students will update their Readiness Rubric.YesDone
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77.7Building Post-Secondary Belief7.7.3Knowledge and Skills that Build BeliefStudents will be introduced to how to build belief that you will succeed in college. Students will identify skills and abilities that will help them in careers of interest. Students will identify knowledge areas in careers of interest that sound interesting. Students will update their Postsecondary Plan.YesDone
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77.7Building Post-Secondary Belief7.7.4Your Interests in Career Tasks and ActivitiesStudents will: interact with students from similar backgrounds who currently attend postsecondary institutions of interest, and build the belief that they can be successful in postsecondary institutions.YesDone
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77.7Building Post-Secondary Belief7.7.5Colleges Where You Can SucceedStudents will: interact with students from similar backgrounds who currently attend postsecondary institutions of interest, and build the belief that they can be successful in postsecondary institutions.YesDone
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77.7Building Post-Secondary Belief7.7.6Guest SpeakerStudents will: interact with students from similar backgrounds who currently attend postsecondary institutions of interest, and build the belief that they can be successful in postsecondary institutions.NoDone
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77.8Postsecondary Costs7.8.1Career GASP Project OverviewStudents will learn to gather, analyze, synthesize, and present information. (Students will learn where to look for information. Students will learn to identify credible, applicable, and quality information. Students will learn to summarize texts and paraphrase texts. Students will learn to combine ideas from multiple sources. Students will learn how to present their ideas best for the intended audience.) Students will work collaboratively to complete a project. Students will conduct an in-depth exploration of a career of interest. Students will consider how their careers of interest fit with their skills and strengths. NoDone
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77.8Postsecondary Costs7.8.2Gathering InformationStudents will learn to gather, analyze, synthesize, and present information. (Students will learn where to look for information. Students will learn to identify credible, applicable, and quality information. Students will learn to summarize texts and paraphrase texts. Students will learn to combine ideas from multiple sources. Students will learn how to present their ideas best for the intended audience.) Students will work collaboratively to complete a project. Students will conduct an in-depth exploration of a career of interest. Students will consider how their careers of interest fit with their skills and strengths. NoDone
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77.8Postsecondary Costs7.8.3Synthesizing InformationStudents will learn to gather, analyze, synthesize, and present information. (Students will learn where to look for information. Students will learn to identify credible, applicable, and quality information. Students will learn to summarize texts and paraphrase texts. Students will learn to combine ideas from multiple sources. Students will learn how to present their ideas best for the intended audience.) Students will work collaboratively to complete a project. Students will conduct an in-depth exploration of a career of interest. Students will consider how their careers of interest fit with their skills and strengths. NoDone
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77.8Postsecondary Costs7.8.4Preparing to PresentStudents will learn to gather, analyze, synthesize, and present information. (Students will learn where to look for information. Students will learn to identify credible, applicable, and quality information. Students will learn to summarize texts and paraphrase texts. Students will learn to combine ideas from multiple sources. Students will learn how to present their ideas best for the intended audience.) Students will work collaboratively to complete a project. Students will conduct an in-depth exploration of a career of interest. Students will consider how their careers of interest fit with their skills and strengths. NoIn Progress
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77.8Postsecondary Costs7.8.5Presentation DayStudents will learn to gather, analyze, synthesize, and present information. (Students will learn where to look for information. Students will learn to identify credible, applicable, and quality information. Students will learn to summarize texts and paraphrase texts. Students will learn to combine ideas from multiple sources. Students will learn how to present their ideas best for the intended audience.) Students will work collaboratively to complete a project. Students will conduct an in-depth exploration of a career of interest. Students will consider how their careers of interest fit with their skills and strengths. NoIn Progress
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77.8Postsecondary Costs7.8.6Types of College CostsStudents learn the: value of investing in college, current/projected costs of the three types of postsecondary institutions, ways that families cover those costs, and basics of borrowing and budgetingNoIn Progress
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77.8Postsecondary Costs7.8.7Financing a College EducationStudents learn the: value of investing in college, current/projected costs of the three types of postsecondary institutions, ways that families cover those costs, and basics of borrowing and budgetingYesIn Progress
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77.8Postsecondary Costs7.8.8Presentation Day #2Students will learn to gather, analyze, synthesize, and present information. (Students will learn where to look for information. Students will learn to identify credible, applicable, and quality information. Students will learn to summarize texts and paraphrase texts. Students will learn to combine ideas from multiple sources. Students will learn how to present their ideas best for the intended audience.) Students will work collaboratively to complete a project. Students will conduct an in-depth exploration of a career of interest. Students will consider how their careers of interest fit with their skills and strengths.NoIn Progress
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77.9Review7.9.17th Grade Ramp-Up ReviewStudents will review the Ramp-Up unit main points: Skills Needed for School & College Success, Growth Mindset, Learning Styles, Income vs. Expenses, Building Postsecondary Belief, and GASPNoIn Progress
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88.1Skills Need for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success8.1.1Ramp-Up to Readiness IntroductionRamp-Up to Readiness.TM What it means to be college ready. What it takes to be college ready. How they can start preparing for college now.NoDone
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88.1Module 8.1Skills Need for Middle School and Post-Secondary Success8.1.2SMART GoalsStudents will have the importance of setting goals reinforced. Students will review the difference between short-term and long-term goals and learn how to set SMART goals. Students will evaluate their progress toward previously set goals and review and modify the goals as necessary. Students will develop SMART goals for 8th grade.YesDone
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88.2Personal Strengths8.2.1Using Personal Strengths 2The students will identify their personal strengths/ assets. Students will build upon these strengths in future lessons.NoDone
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88.2Personal Strengths8.2.2Using Personal StrengthsStudents will identify: personal strengths, ways to build upon personal strengths to ensure success in school and eventually in college and the workplace, and strengths that lead to creating and maintaining positive relationships.NoDone
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88.2Personal Strengths8.2.3Using Personal StrengthsThe students will identify their personal strengths/ assets. Students will build upon these strengths in future lessons.YesDone
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88.3Career, Post-Secondary and High School Explorations8.3.1Career ClustersStudents will explore careers and career clusters of interest, find the best postsecondary options for those careers evaluate the best high school courses for their postsecondary aspirations, and create plans to close academic gaps if needed.YesDone
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88.3Career, Post-Secondary and High School Explorations8.3.2Best Post-Secondary OptionsStudents will explore careers and career clusters of interest, find the best postsecondary options for those careers evaluate the best high school courses for their postsecondary aspirations, and create plans to close academic gaps if needed.YesDone
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88.3Career, Post-Secondary and High School Explorations8.3.3Academic Planning for Career ClustersStudents will explore careers and career clusters of interest, find the best postsecondary options for those careers evaluate the best high school courses for their postsecondary aspirations, and create plans to close academic gaps if needed.YesDone
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88.3Career, Post-Secondary and High School Explorations8.3.4Career ClustersStudents will gain a better understanding of Career Clusters. Students will learn the benefits of Career Clusters. Students will explore Career Clusters on Iseek. Students will consider updating his or her Postsecondary Plan.No - uses ISEEKDone
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88.3Career, Post-Secondary and High School Explorations8.3.5Career ClustersStudents will explore career clusters. Students will investigate groupings of occupations with similarities. Students will identify new careers of interest. Students will understand the employment outlook for his or her careers of interest. Students will learn what credentials are needed for his or her careers of interest. Students will identify related careers to his or her careers of interest. Students will update the Postsecondary Plan.YesDone
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88.3Career, Post-Secondary and High School Explorations8.3.6Best Post-Secondary OptionsStudents will explore two-year colleges. Students will search ISEEK to find college majors of those careers clusters. Students will investigate college websites. Students will update the Postsecondary Plan.Yes (also ISEEK)Done
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88.3Career, Post-Secondary and High School Explorations8.3.7Academic Planning in Middle and High SchoolStudents will explore career clusters of interest and connect career, college and academic planning. Students will explore suggested coursework for their career clusters of interest. Students will compare suggested coursework with their academic plan. Students will identify two goals to enhance their academic plan. Students will update the Readiness Rubric.YesDone
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88.4Progress Monitoring8.4.1Readiness RubricsStudents will complete 8th Grade Readiness Rubric (Grades, Personal/Social Readiness Indicators, Readiness Rubric Rating Scales, College Readiness Rubric Reflection, MCAII Scores, and EXPLORE scores).NoDone
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88.5Careers in the Community8.5.1Dare to DreamStudents will learn about people in history from diverse backgrounds who have overcome obstacles and succeeded in their careers. Students will understand that achieving their career goals will take effort, persistence, and development of their individual strengths and weaknesses. Students will believe that they can obtain their careers of interest.YesDone
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88.5Careers in the Community8.5.2Dare to Dream JigsawStudents will: interact with professionals who live in the community, learn more about careers, and believe they can reach careers goals.YesDone
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88.5Careers in the Community8.5.3Preparing for Career Panel and InterviewsStudents will: interact with professionals who live in the community, learn more about careers, and believe they can reach careers goals.NoDone
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88.5Careers in the Community8.5.4Career PanelStudents will: interact with professionals who live in the community, learn more about careers, and believe they can reach careers goals.YesDone
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88.5Careers in the Community8.5.5Interview Assignment PresentationsStudents will learn the stories of people in their community who have successfully obtained careers that they enjoy and that help to support their desired lifestyle. Students will understand that achieving their career goals will take effort, persistence, and development of their individual strengths and weaknesses. Students will believe that they can obtain their careers of interest.NoDone
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88.6Career, Post-Secondary, and High School Planning8.6.1Readiness Rubric #2Students will complete 8th Grade Readiness Rubric (Grades, Personal/Social Readiness Indicators, MCA-II Scores, EXPLORE scores, and Readiness Rubric Reflection).NoDone
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88.6Career, Post-Secondary, and High School Planning8.6.2Post-Secondary Plan and Selecting ClassesStudents will update their Postsecondary Plan. Students will create or review their academic plan for 9th grade.YesDone
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88.7EXPLORE Test Results8.7.1Academic Results and Careers of InterestStudents will understand: EXPLORE test results, EXPLORE college readiness benchmarks, strategies to close academic gaps, and similarities between EXPLORE and Naviance careers of interest.YesDone
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88.7EXPLORE Test Results8.7.2Academic Skill Areas to ImproveStudents will connect EXPLORE test results with Naviance colleges of interest. Students will review EXPLORE test results benefits. Students will identify skills to improve in four subject areas. Students will investigate colleges of interest on Naviance and connect with skills to improve. Students will focus on two skills to improve each week.YesIn Progress
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88.7EXPLORE Test Results8.7.3EXPLORE and Naviance: Careers of InterestStudents will connect EXPLORE test results with Naviance colleges of interest. Students will compare EXPLORE test results & Naviance for careers of interest. Students will add colleges and careers of interest to their Naviance lists and Postsecondary Plan.YesIn Progress
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88.7EXPLORE Test Results8.7.4EXPLORE Interactive World of Work and NavianceStudents will investigate EXPLORE’s interactive World of Work Map web page. Students will record three key pieces of information (Education Needed, Average Salary, Expected Growth). Students will compare EXPLORE test results & Naviance for careers of interest. Students will add careers of interest to their Naviance lists and Postsecondary Plan.YesIn Progress
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88.8Post-Secondary Financial Readiness8.8.1College CostsStudents will review college expenses and financial aid info. Students will compare costs of four and two-year colleges. Students will explore 2 and 4-year colleges that have majors of interest. Students will add colleges to their list on Naviance and update Postsecondary Plan if they find good choices.YesIn Progress
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88.8Post-Secondary Financial Readiness8.8.2Guest Speaker: You Can Pay for CollegeStudents will review last week’s lesson and other topics on Financial Aid. Student will create questions for the guest speaker. Students will take informational notes during the talk. Students will take notes during the talk. Students will discuss building the belief that you can succeed in financing a postsecondary education. Students will identify two topics will be most helpful from today’s lesson.NoIn Progress
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88.8Post-Secondary Financial Readiness8.8.3Creating a College Financial PlanStudents interact with students from similar backgrounds who successfully covered college costs, who have budgeted successfully, and who help students believe they can cover postsecondary costs.YesIn Progress
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88.9Review8.9.1PREP LessonStudents learn about the following: what it means to be personally ready for college, what self-efficacy means, what self-regulated learning means, what effort/persistence means, and their own level of personal readiness for college.NoIn Progress
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88.9Review8.9.28th Grade Ramp-Up ReviewStudents will review the Ramp-Up unit main points: Skills Needed for School & College Success, Personal Strengths, Career and Postsecondary Exploration, Careers in the Community, EXPLORE Test Results, and Postsecondary Financial Readiness.NoIn Progress
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99.1Skils for High School and Post-Secondary Success9.1.1Take Good NotesStudents develop skills in establishing positive relationships, effective studying, time management, and goal setting.NoDone
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99.1Skils for High School and Post-Secondary Success9.1.2Study SmartStudents develop skills in establishing positive relationships, effective studying, time management, and goal setting.NoDone
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99.1Skils for High School and Post-Secondary Success9.1.3Be Successful in ClassStudents develop skills in establishing positive relationships, effective studying, time management, and goal setting.NoDone
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99.2Progress Monitoring9.2.1Readiness Rubric #1Students create and/or review a plan that connects Career, Postsecondary, & Academic aspirations; Readiness Rubric; SMART goals; strategies to close readiness gaps and a plan for increasing accelerated coursework.NoDone
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99.2Progress Monitoring9.2.2Set SMARTER GoalsStudents set SMART goals for academic and personal/social readiness, make a plan for monitoring progress, list strategies for persisting, and establish a support network for helping them reach their goals.YesDone
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99.2Progress Monitoring9.2.3PersistStudents set SMART goals for academic and personal/social readiness, make a plan for monitoring progress, list strategies for persisting, and establish a support network for helping them reach their goals.YesDone
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99.2Progress Monitoring9.2.4Readiness RubricStudents will complete 9th Grade Readiness Rubric (Grades, Personal/Social Readiness Indicators, Readiness Rubric Rating Scales, College Readiness Rubric Reflection, and MCA Scores).NoDone
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99.3High School and Postsecondary Plan9.3.1High School Credit RequirementsStudents learn high school graduation requirements, post-secondary admissions requirements, how to create a plan to meet postsecondary admission requirements, and the importance of taking accelerated coursework.YesDone
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99.3High School and Postsecondary Plan9.3.2Accelerated Coursework BasicsStudents learn high school graduation requirements, post-secondary admissions requirements, how to create a plan to meet postsecondary admission requirements, and the importance of taking accelerated coursework.YesDone
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99.3High School and Postsecondary Plan9.3.3Accelerated Coursework ExplorationStudents learn high school graduation requirements, post-secondary admissions requirements, how to create a plan to meet postsecondary admission requirements, and the importance of taking accelerated coursework.YesDone
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99.3High School and Postsecondary Plan9.3.4High School Credit RequirementsStudents will review the credits needed to graduate from high school. Students will examine the credits that will help students be college ready. Students will explore college credit requirements and recommendations on Naviance. Students will record college credit requirements and recommendations. Students will add a college of interest to their Naviance list.YesDone
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99.4Career, Post-Secondary, and High School Planning9.4.1Readiness Rubric #2Students will complete 9th Grade Readiness Rubric (Grades, Personal/Social Readiness Indicators, MCA Test Scores, and Readiness Rubric Reflection).NoDone
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99.4Career, Post-Secondary, and High School Planning9.4.2Post-Secondary Plan and Selecting ClassesStudents will update their Postsecondary Plan. Students will create or review their academic plan for 10th grade.YesDone
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99.5Career Clusters9.5.1Cluster Finder SurveyStudents will learn details about career clusters of interest, identify possible careers that match their personality type, and find the best postsecondary options for those careers.YesDone
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99.5Career Clusters9.5.2Career Clusters and Credentials OverviewStudents will learn details about career clusters of interest, identify possible careers that match their personality type, and find the best postsecondary options for those careers.YesDone
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