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Transition Lending Library
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DVD/Video
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TitleDescriptionStatusName/District
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Barriers to Employment Success (25 Minutes)5 most common barriersOUTLorie Becraft @ EPCHS 11/19/18
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Beyond High School: Strategies for Non-Traditional Students (19 Minutes)
Grades 7-12
3 alternatives to college
Includes teacher guide
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Budgeting Basics (18 Minutes)Budget development
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Communication in a Wired World (20 Minutes)Safe & smart use of technology
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Etiquette Hotline (25 Minutes)
Format is like a call in radio show
All about dining out
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How Will This Help Me Get a Job? Making Every Skill Count (23 Minutes)
6 types skills teens already have
Shows their fit in workplace

*Actors are Australian (captions avail.)
OUTLibby Hill @ PCHS (8/28/18)
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Manners At Work (20 Minutes)5 most important mannersOUT
Lindsey Boitnott @ WCHS (8/28/18)
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Sexting: Sex + Text = Trouble (25 Minutes)
Grades 7-12
Includes digital workbook
Defines
Outlines variety of scenarios
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Soft Skills in the Workplace (36 Minutes)
Defines skills
Instruction guide
Highlights professionalism
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Succeeding without College (20 Minutes)Defines technical careers
Highlights myths/facts
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Using Credit Cards Wisely (25 Minutes)
Defines credit
Demonstrates how credit works
Highlights different types
OUTLindsey Boitnott @WCHS (8/28/18)
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What Type of Person Am I? (19 Minutes)Identifies six (6) personality typesOUTLorie Becraft @ EPCHS (11/16/18)
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*Most include vignettes of students demonstrating skills/scenarios including appropriate AND inappropriate ways of doing things.
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Activity/Workbooks
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TitleDescriptionStatusName/District
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5 Minute Activities: Careers12 sections (job search, job interviews, etc)
Classroom discussion questions
Short activities
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LeAnn Price @ Illini Central (8/28/2018)
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5 Minute Activities: Financial11 sections (earning $, checking accounts, etc)
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Lifeskills in ActionGrades 6-12 (reading level – 1.0 to 1.9)
Nonfiction & Fictional Living Skills Flip Book Five topics listed below
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Shop Smart: Smart Grocery Shopping
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Keep It Clean: Doing Household Chores
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A Place of Our Own: Finding a Place to Live
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Pack Up: Moving In
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Dinner is Served: Cooking Your Own MealsOUT
LeAnn Price @ Illini Central (8/28/2018)
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Lifeskills in Action Grades 6-12 (reading level – 1.0 to 1.9)
Nonfiction & Fictional Money Skills Flip Book Five topics listed below
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Living on a Budget : Road Trip
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Opening a Bank Account: The Guitar
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Managing Credit: High Cost
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Using Coupons: Get the Deal
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Planning to Save: Something Big
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21st Centrury Lifeskills Worktext & Handbooks
Grades 9-12 (reading level – 4.0)
10 topics & descriptions listed below
Reproducible lessons/activities
Includes teacher resource guide
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Health & Safety: Prevention The Best Cure, Getting Medical Attention, Handling Health Problems, Avoiding Health Hazards
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Transportation & Travel: Commuting to School & Work, Traveling by Bus, Traveling by Train or Plan, Planning a Vacation
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Managing Money: Controlling Your Spending, Banking Basics, Buy Now/Pay Later, Improving Your Budgeting Skills
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Getting Ahead at Work: Off to a Good Start, Learning the Job, Succeeding on the Job, Workplace Problems & SolutionsOUTLibby Hill @ PCHS (8/28/18)
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Moving Out on Your Own: Readiness for Independence, Finding an Apartment, Moving in & Getting Settled, Solving Common Problems
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Community Resources: Your Taxes at Work, Emergency Assistance, Services for Workers, Services for Citizens
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Everyday Household Tasks: Grocery Shopping, Cooking, Caring for Your Clothes, Home Maintenance & Decorating
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Consumer Spending: Grocery Shopping, Cooking, Caring for Your Clothes, Home Maintenance & Decorating
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Job Search: Workplace Readiness, Occupational Training, Applying for a Job, The Job Interview
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Car & Drive: Becoming a Grood Drive, Buying a Car, Maintenance & Repar, Driving & The Law
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Able to Work: Job OutlookHighlights jobs and skills needed
Describes job itself, working conditions, and
how to move up the ladder within the job, etc
Includes activity packet
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Acting Out: Workplace Social SkillsIncludes teacher guide and student manual
Variety of scenarios
Students reflect, problem solve, consider
other perspectives, predict outcomes, etc
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Life Skills in Action: Living SkillsGrades 6-12 (reading level – 1.9)
5 book set
Highlights key aspects (shopping smart, etc)
Flip books (non-fiction and fiction side)
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Life Skills in Action: Money SkillsGrades 6-12 (reading level – 1.9)
5 book set
Highlights key aspects (something big, etc)
Flip books (non-fiction and fiction side)
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Lifeskills Vocabulary 1 & 2Grades 3-12 (reading level – 3.0-8.0)
Reproducible activities
Highlights variety of skills: preparing a résumé, applying for a job, opening a bank account, getting out of debt, understanding credit, and more.
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Social Skills Comics
Ages 7-12
Comic strip format of kids handling anxiety in school
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Miscellaneous
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TitleCovers/FeaturesStatusName/District
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Careers for Me: Special Needs EditionCareer exploration survey
Includes word search
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Thumb Balls (9)
Each ball covers one topic
Topics include:
Empathy
Self-control
All About You
Virtues & Values
Stop the Drama
Emotion Mania
Stop Bullying
Personal Strengths
Who Are You

Roll/throw ball with participants
Comment/answer on panel chosen
Lindsey Boitnott @ WCHS has drama, self- control & personal strengths (2/9/17) LeAnn Price @ Illini Central has Who Are You and All About You (8/28/2018)
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