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Dear Educator:As a teacher, you are dedicated to helping prepare the children of our community to have bright futures. Workforce Solutionsshares your desire to help students become vital assets to our community as they grow into adulthood.Workforce Solutions is the regional public workforce system — linking employers to job candidates and people to jobs.We operate multiple community-based career offices throughout the 13-county Houston-Galveston region.In considering the economic outlook of the Texas Gulf Coast region, Workforce Solutions has identified those occupationsthat will be in highest demand when your students enter the workforce as adults. These careers include: Electrician Geologist Plumber Police Officer Nurse TeacherThe high demand for workers with these skills means that individuals who train for these careers can earn wages above theregion’s average. By exposing your students to these professions early in life, we hope to stimulate interest in these careers,which will — in turn — help those students earn good wages and contribute to the economic growth of our region inthe future.To support your efforts as an educator and a community leader, Workforce Solutions has developed educational materialsfor use in pre-K. This mini-unit can be used in conjunction with your school’s career day or done in the classroom. Activitiesare meant to be interactive and student-focused. Each lesson includes the audience type, time allotment, level of Bloom’sTaxonomy and the pre-K guidelines that apply. The mini-unit is designed to be flexible so that you can use those lessons andextensions that best suit your instructional needs. The mini-unit is a good compliment to learning about community.We hope that you will find these materials useful and enjoy working with the content. If you would like to learn more aboutWorkforce Solutions, please contact the nearest Career Office. You can access a complete list of locations on our Web sitewrksolutions.com.We value you input and would appreciate your feedback after utilizing the mini-unit with your students. Please complete a briefevaluation of our materials at wrksolutions.com/teacherfeedback.Kind regards,Workforce SolutionsPre-K Rev. 08/13Workforce Solutions is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aidsand services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.Relay Texas Numbers: 1-800-735-2989 (TDD) 1-800-735-2988 (voice) or 711

Lesson 1Texas Pre-K Guidelines:Pre-KSS: VII.B.1., VII.B.3.EL: III.A.2., III.A.3.Objective: The students will participate in a read aloud, then take part in the game‘Who Am I?’ to gain understanding of six jobs in the Texas Gulf Coast area.Audience:Whole GroupTime:20–30 minutesBloom’s Taxonomy:KnowledgeMaterials: Blackline Masters A1–A8 stapled as read aloud bookBlackline Masters B1–B6 – Puppets on craft sticksBlackline Master C clue sheet (for “Who Am I” game)Blackline Master D Daily Opinion PollSticky notes, 1 per studentInstruction Considerations: ix occupations to be explored: Police Officer, Teacher, Nurse,SElectrician, Plumber, Geologist Gather students for circle time. Begin by introducing the book and explainingthe purpose of reading the book. (To look at different jobs they may choosewhen they grow up.) Allow students to identify jobs that they already knowabout. Ask students what jobs their family members have (i.e. mom, dad,aunt, uncle, older siblings). For background information, please visitwrksolutions.com/whenigrowup and explore the career map and videos.While reading, allow students to ask questions and offer any personal connectionsthey may have. As each new career appears, hold up the connecting puppet. After reading, introduce the Who Am I? game. Place puppets so they can be seen.Begin with first set of clues. Choose students to go and pick appropriate puppet.Daily Opinion Poll:( You may also begin the daily routine of the Daily Opinion Poll) Using theBlackline Master Opinion Poll, this is a daily chance for students to expresstheir opinion concerning the six jobs being introduced. The six jobs are: PoliceOfficer, Teacher, Nurse, Electrician, Geologist and Plumber. Each day, givestudents one of the job titles and ask whether or not they want to do that jobwhen they grow up. They will be given a Post-it Note with their name andthen allowed to stick the note to either the Yes or the No. This can then bediscussed and extended according to teacher expectations.ELL Considerationsand Vocabulary: You may want to take the time to introduce new vocabulary. This may be: job enforce plumber clue geologist electrician opinion community

Lesson 2Pre-KTexas Pre-K Guidelines:SS: VII.B.1., VII.B.3.EL: III.A.2., III.A.3.FA: VIII.B.1.Objective: Students will continue to explore jobs through song and creationof school to home materials.Audience:Time:Bloom’s Taxonomy:Whole Group/Independent20–30 minutesKnowledgeMaterials: Blackline Masters I1–I3 Take Home Books – 1 per student(Blackline Master I1 is Instruction on how to construct book)Music Blackline Masters E1 — Our Community or E2 – Jobs for You, Jobs for MeBlackline Masters B1–B6 – Puppets on craft sticksInstruction Considerations: Teacher will lead a whole group discussion to review careers and theirimportance with our community. Either have students construct or preparematerials for facilitated construction of puppets. While reviewing, havestudents hold up appropriate puppet.Introduce and sing community song. Re-read book from lesson 1. When finished, have students return to tables to complete take home book.Consider beginning or continuing Daily Opinion Poll (see lesson 1).ELL Considerationsand Vocabulary:Take time to introduce new vocabulary. This includes: protect serve electricity pipesExtension: Students take home books to read and discuss with parents. If any of theparents perform any of these jobs, invite them to talk to the class abouttheir work.

Lesson 3Texas Pre-K Guidelines:Pre-KSS: VII.B.1., VII.B.3.EL: III.A.2., III.A.3.Objective: Students will apply knowledge of six jobs to match occupations with tools.Audience:Time:Bloom’s Taxonomy:Independent20–30 minutesApplicationMaterials: Blackline Masters B1–B6 – Puppets on craft sticksBlackline Masters F1–F2 Matching Activity – 1 per studentBlackline Masters G1–G6 Tools of the Trade (cut tools out and laminatefor group use)Instruction Considerations: If not yet constructed from other lessons, construct or have studentsconstruct puppets on craft sticks. The teacher will use rug time to play a matching game using studentsto match puppets with tools. Allow discussion while playing the game.Students then return to table to complete matching activity from blacklinemaster Matching Activity. Optional: The Matching Activity can be assigned as homework.Consider beginning or continuing Daily Opinion Poll (see lesson 1).ELL Considerationsand Vocabulary: Vocabulary that may be useful includes: matching tool diagonal line straight line

Lesson 4Pre-KTexas Pre-K Guidelines:SS: VII.B.1., VII.B.3.EL: III.A.2., III.A.3.FA: VIII.A.2., VIII.B.1.Objective: Students will portray themselves as one of the six presented workers througha self-portrait.Audience:Time:Bloom’s Taxonomy:Independent20–30 minutesApplicationMaterials: Blackline Master Songs E1 & E2 – large enough for the students to follow. Blackline Master H Self Portrait – 1 per student. You may want to print on11" x 17" paper or use data projector. CrayonsOptional: Books, PuppetsInstruction Considerations: Begin instruction with the Daily Opinion Poll routine. Students will sing songs and discuss the jobs during rug time. The read aloudbook or the puppets on craft sticks can be used to facilitate this. Students willthen return to tables to complete self-portrait. Students will draw themselvesas chosen career while teacher will correctly label each child’s drawing. Somestudents will want to label their own drawing. This can be done independentlyor with the teacher’s help. Student will then discuss their career choices, whilethe teacher explains how careers interact in the community.ELL Considerationsand Vocabulary: Vocabulary that may be useful includes: self-portrait imagine

Extensions for StationsDramatic Play Station:Have tools and clothes that match with the jobs and direct students to pretend that they are at work. This station could includeall six jobs or focus on just one. For example, the area could be staged as a police department, a geologist’s dig site, a real sinkwith pipes, a classroom, a hospital, etc.Science Station:Make a dig area in the outside play area where students can “dig” for rocks. Have students collect and group 5–10 rocks bysimilar features (i.e. all the big rocks, all the dark rocks, etc.)Reading Station:Select children’s picture books that include images of people at work. The child who is playing the role of teacher in dramaticplay can pretend to be reading one of these books. The teacher and “student teacher” can direct the class to help identify thejobs in each book or picture.

Hi! I am Harvey the Worker Bee!I’m going to introduce you to a few of my friends. These are specialpeople with special jobs that are important in our community.For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A1

Police OfficerPolice Officers enforce the law in order to keep our community safe.For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A2

TeacherTeachers help their students learn new and interesting information.For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A3

NurseNurses help people who are sick or injured to get well.For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A4

GeologistGeologists are scientists who study the earth and rocks.For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A5

PlumberPlumbers install and repair pipes.For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A6

ElectricianElectricians repair and install wiring to provide electricity.For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A7

I hope you enjoyed learning about all the interesting jobs andthe people who make our community a great place to live!What do you want to be when you grow up?For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A8

Police OfficerBlackline Master B1

TeacherBlackline Master B2

NurseBlackline Master B3

GeologistBlackline Master B4

PlumberBlackline Master B5

ElectricianBlackline Master B6

Teacher Blackline MasterClue Sheet for “Who Am I” gamePolice Officer:1. I enforce the law in our community.2. I work to keep our community safe.Teacher:1. I work with children every day.2. I work to help children learn new and interesting information.Nurse:1. I help people when they are sick.2. I work to keep people healthy.Geologist:1. I study the earth.2. I work with rocks.Plumber:1. I keep the water flowing.2. I help keep your family’s pipes in working order.Electrician:1. I work to provide energy in your community.2. I repair and install wiring in your community.For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master C

Daily Opinion PollYES NOBlackline Master D

Our CommunityTo the tune ofShe’ll be Coming Around the MountainThere are many jobs in my community! WhooHoo!There are many awesome things that I can be! WhooHoo!When I grow up you will see, just what I want to be, there are many jobs in my community!WhooHoo!Police protect and serve yes they do!Police protect and serve yes they do!Police protect and serve, Police protect and serve, Police protect and serve yes they do,WhooHoo!Teachers help the children yes they do!Teachers help the children yes they do!Teachers help the children, teachers help the children, teachers help the children yes they do, WhooHoo!Nurses help sick people yes they do!Nurses help sick people yes they do!Nurses help sick people, nurses help sick people, nurses help sick people, yes they do! WhooHoo!Electricians light things up yes they do!Electricians light things up yes they do!Electricians light things up, electricians light things up, electricians light things up yes they do! WhooHoo!Plumbers fix your pipes yes they do!Plumbers fix your pipes yes they do!Plumbers fix your pipes, plumbers fix your pipes, plumbers fix your pipes yes they do!WhooHoo!Geologists work with rocks yes they do!Geologists work with rocks yes they do!Geologists work with rocks, Geologists work with rocks, Geologists work with rocks yes they do!WhooHoo!There are many jobs in my community! WhooHoo!There are many awesome things that I can be! WhooHoo!When I grow up you’ll see, just what I want to be, there are many jobs in my community!WhooHoo!Blackline Master E1

Jobs for You, Jobs for MeTo the tune ofTwinkle Twinkle Little StarHere are things for you to be,Super jobs for you and me.Teacher, nurse, policeman too,(SHOUT) Plumber! Electrician! Geologist! WooHoo!Helping our community,Super jobs for youand me!Blackline Master E2

Name:TeacherPolice OfficerPlumberBlackline Master F1

Name:NurseGeologistElectricianBlackline Master F2

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NameFor more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master H

Instructions for Mini Booklet (Blackline Masters I2–I3)1. Print Blackline Masters I2 and I32. Fold I2 in half from top to bottom. You should still be able to see artwork on both sides.3. Next, Fold I2 in half from left to right. You should be able to see artwork on each panel.4. Repeat steps for I35. Place folded Blackline Master I3 inside of folded Blackline Master I2.6. Staple interior fold so that both masters combine to make a mini-book. Pages should appear in numerical order.Step 2Step 3StapleSpineStep 5Step 6For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master I1

For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupPolice Officers enforce the law in order to keep our community safe.Blackline Master I2For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupElectricians repair and install wiring to provide electricity.Hi! I am Harvey the Worker Bee!I hope you enjoyed learning about all the interesting jobs andthe people who make our community a great place to live!Police OfficerElectricianWhat do you want to be when you grow up?For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupI’m going to introduce you to a few of my friends. These are specialpeople with special jobs that are important in our community.For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowup

For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupPlumbers install and repair pipes.PlumberFor more information please wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupTeachers help their students learn new and interesting information.TeacherNurseGeologistNurses help people who are sick or injured to get well.Geologists are scientists who study the earth and rocks.For more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupFor more information please visit wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master I3

¡Hola! ¡Soy Harvey la Abeja Trabajadora!Voy a presentarte a algunos de mis amigos. Ellos son personas especiales que hacentrabajos especiales que son importantes para nuestra comunidad.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A1

Oficial de PolicíaLos Oficiales de Policía hacen cumplir la leypara mantener segura a nuestra comunidad.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A2

MaestroLos maestros ayudan a sus alumnos para que aprendaninformación nueva e interesante.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A3

EnfermeroLos enfermeros ayudan a las personas que están enfermaso heridas para que se mejoren.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A4

GeólogoLos geólogos son científicos que estudian la tierra y las rocas.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A5

PlomeroLos plomeros instalan y reparan cañerías.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A6

ElectricistaLos electricistas reparan e instalan los cables que proporcionan electricidad.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A7

¡Espero que hayas disfrutado de aprender acerca de todoslos trabajos interesantes yy las personas que hacen de nuestra comunidadun gran lugar para vivir!¿Qué quieres ser cuando seas grande?Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master A8

Oficial de PolicíaBlackline Master B1

MaestroBlackline Master B2

EnfermeroBlackline Master B3

GeólogoBlackline Master B4

PlomeroBlackline Master B5

ElectricistaBlackline Master B6

Teacher Blackline MasterClue Sheet for “Who Am I” gameOficial de Policía:1. Yo hago cumplir la ley en nuestra comunidad.2. Yo trabajo para mantener segura a nuestra comunidad.Maestro:1. Yo trabajo con los niños todos los días.2. Yo trabajo para ayudar a los niños a aprender información nueva e interesante.Enfermero:1. Yo ayudo a las personas cuando están enfermas.2. Yo trabajo para mantener a las personas sanas.Geólogo:1. Yo estudio la tierra.2. Yo trabajo con rocas.Plomero:1. Yo hago que el agua fluya.2. Yo ayudo a que las cañerías de las casas funcionen bien.Electricista:1. Yo trabajo para hacer llegar energía eléctrica a la comunidad.2. Yo reparo e instalo los cables de electricidad en la comunidad.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master C

ENCUES TA DIARIA DE OPINIÓNSíNoBlackline Master D

Nuestra Comunidad[To She’ll be Coming Around the Mountain /Ella Vendrá por la Montaña]¡Hay muchos trabajos en mi comunidad! ¡Guau!¡Hay muchas cosas formidables que yo puedo ser! ¡Guau!Cuando yo crezca ustedes verán, aquello que yo quiero ser,¡hay muchos trabajos en mi comunidad! ¡Guau!Los policías protegen y sirven ¡sí!Los policías protegen y sirven ¡sí!Los policías protegen y sirven, los policías protegen y sirven,los policías protegen y sirven ¡sí!, ¡Guau!Los maestros ayudan a los niños ¡sí!Los maestros ayudan a los niños ¡sí!Los maestros ayudan a los niños, los maestros ayudan a los niños,los maestros ayudan a los niños ¡sí! ¡Guau!Los enfermeros ayudan a que la gente esté sana ¡sí!Los enfermeros ayudan a que la gente esté sana ¡sí!Los enfermeros ayudan a que la gente esté sana, los enfermeros ayudan a que la gente esté sana,los enfermeros ayudan a que la gente esté sana, ¡sí! ¡Guau!Los electricistas iluminan las cosas ¡sí!Los electricistas iluminan las cosas ¡sí!Los electricistas iluminan las cosas, los electricistas iluminan las cosas,los electricistas iluminan las cosas ¡sí! ¡Guau!Los plomeros reparan las cañerías ¡sí!Los plomeros reparan las cañerías ¡sí!Los plomeros reparan las cañerías, los plomeros reparan las cañerías,los plomeros reparan las cañerías ¡sí! ¡Guau!Los geólogos trabajan con rocas ¡sí!Los geólogos trabajan con rocas ¡sí!Los geólogos trabajan con rocas, los geólogos trabajan con rocas,los geólogos trabajan con rocas ¡sí! ¡Guau!¡Hay muchos trabajos en mi comunidad! ¡Guau!¡Hay muchas cosas formidables que yo puedo ser! ¡Guau!Cuando yo crezca ustedes verán, aquello que yo quiero ser,¡hay muchos trabajos en mi comunidad! ¡Guau!Blackline Master E1

Trabajos para ti, Trabajos para mí[To Twinkle Twinkle Little Star / Brilla Brilla Estrellita]Hay aquí cosas para que tú seas,Súper trabajos para ti y para mí.Maestro, enfermero, policía también,(Gritar)¡Plomero! ¡Electricista! ¡Geólogo! ¡Guau!Ayudemos a nuestra comunidad,¡Súper trabajos para tiy para mí!Blackline Master E2

Name:MaestroOficial de PolicíaPlomeroBlackline Master F1

Name:EnfermeroGeólogoElectricistaBlackline Master F2

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NombrePara obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master H

Instructions for Mini Booklet (Blackline Masters I2–I3)1. Print Blackline Masters I2 and I32. Fold I2 in half from top to bottom. You should still be able to see artwork on both sides.3. Next, Fold I2 in half from left to right. You should be able to see artwork on each panel.4. Repeat steps for I35. Place folded Blackline Master I3 inside of folded Blackline Master I2.6. Staple interior fold so that both masters combine to make a mini-book. Pages should appear in numerical order.Step 2Step 3StapleSpineStep 5Step 6Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web, wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master I1

Blackline Master I2Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web,wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupElectricistaLos electricistas reparan e instalan los cables que proporcionan electricidad.¡Espero que hayas disfrutado de aprender acerca de todoslos trabajos interesantes yy las personas que hacen de nuestra comunidadun gran lugar para vivir!¿Qué quieres ser cuando seas grande?Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web,wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupPara obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web,wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupOficial de PolicíaLos Oficiales de Policía hacen cumplirla ley para mantener segura a nuestra comunidad.¡Hola! ¡Soy Harvey la Abeja Trabajadora!Voy a presentarte a algunos de mis amigos. Ellos son personas especiales que hacentrabajos especiales que son importantes para nuestra comunidad.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web,wrksolutions.com/whenigrowup

PlomeroLos plomeros instalan y reparan cañerías.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web,wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupMaestroLos maestros ayudan a sus alumnos para que aprendaninformación nueva e interesante.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web,wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupPara obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web,wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupEnfermeroLos enfermeros ayudan a las personas que están enfermaso heridas para que se mejoren.GeólogoLos geólogos son científicos que estudian la tierra y las rocas.Para obtener más información, por favor visita el sitio web,wrksolutions.com/whenigrowupBlackline Master I3

Dear Educator:As a teacher, you are dedicated to helping prepare the children of our community to have bright futures. Workforce Solutionsshares your desire to help students become vital assets to our community as they grow into adulthood.Workforce Solutions is the regional public workforce system – linking employers to job candidates and people to jobs.We operate multiple community-based career offices throughout the 13-county Houston-Galveston region.In considering the economic outlook of the region, Workforce Solutions has identified those occupations that will be in highestdemand when your students enter the workforce as adults. These careers include: Accountant Chemical Plant Operator Computer Software Developer Electrician Environmental Engineer Geologist Police Officer Plumber Registered Nurse Teacher Radiologic Technologist WelderThe high demand for workers with these skills means that individuals who train for these careers can earn wages above theregion’s average. By exposing your students to these professions early in life, we hope to stimulate interest in these careers,which will — in turn — help those students earn good wages and contribute to the future economic growth of our region.To support your efforts as an educator and a community leader, Workforce Solutions has developed educational materials foruse in grades K-1 that focus on how careers help the community. This mini-unit can be used in conjunction with your school’scareer day or done in the classroom. Activities are meant to be interactive and student-focused. Each lesson includes theaudience type, time allotment, level of Bloom’s Taxonomy and the TEKS that apply. The mini-unit is designed to be flexibleso you can use those lessons and extensions that best suit your instructional needs. We invite you to customize themini-unit for your students. Lesson 1 exposes students to 12 occupations Lesson 2 invokes analytical skills Lesson 3 engages the students in creative writing A “School-to-Home” Connection Project extends the learning Small group stations help students synthesize information.Finally, we hope you will find these materials useful and enjoy working with the content. If you would like to learn more aboutWorkforce Solutions, please contact the nearest career office. You can access a complete list of locations on our Web site,wrksolutions.com.We value your input and would appreciate your feedback after utilizing the mini-unit with your students. Please complete a briefevaluation of our materials at wrksolutions.com/teacherfeedback.Kind regards,Workforce SolutionsK–1 Rev. 08/13Workforce Solutions is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aidsand services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.Relay Texas Numbers: 1-800-735-2989 (TDD) 1-800-735-2988 (voice) or 711

Lesson 1KindergartenTEKS:SS: 113.11.2B, 113.11.3B,113.11.4A, 113.11.5B,113.11.7A, 113.11.7B,113.11.15B1st GradeSS: 113.12.4A, 113.12.5A,113.12.6C, 113.12.17BELAR: 110.12.4BELAR: 110.11.4B, 110.11.5A,110.11.16BObjective: Students will orally direct the teacher to explore an online interactive mapto gain understanding of twelve jobs in the Houston-Galveston region.Audience:Time:Bloom’s Taxonomy:Materials:Whole GroupAbout 45 minutes, can be broken into multiple smaller segmentsComprehensionBlackline Master A, access to the online map at wrksolutions.com/WIGUInstruction Considerations: Allow the children to direct you to move Harvey the Worker Bee to varioussites to meet the characters in different careers. For kindergartners, theyshould direct you to move Harvey between locations using location words,such as left, right, above, under, far, and near first graders should use thecompass rose to orally direct you to move Harvey. To reduce total lessontime, you can choose to explore one or two careers a day. Use Blackline Master A after watching the videos. You may choose to reflectafter each one, or allow the children to choose their favorite to reflect upon. After exploring the map, the students should be able to orally summarize theorder in which they visited the sites. Loading times for the videos may vary. You may want to launch all 12 videosbefore class and minimize those windows. This will avoid any potentialdelays due to connection or processing speed.ELL Considerationsand Vocabulary: Take time to introduce new vocabulary. This might include: careers location words such as left, right, above, under, far, and near north, south, east, and west compass rose communityExtension: Assign School-to-Home Connection Project to be worked on throughoutthe mini-unit.

Lesson 2KindergartenSS: 113.11.2B, 113.11.5B,113.11.7A, 113.11.7B,113.11.15B, 113.11.16B,TEKS:ELAR: 110.11.16A,110.11.16B1st GradeSS: 113.12.6C, 113.12.7A,113.12.17B, 113.12.18BELAR: 110.12.15A,110.12.15BObjective: Students will use two of the careers of their choice to compare and contraston aspects including the production of a good or service, ability to meet basicneeds, and how the careers help the community.Audience:Time:Bloom’s Taxonomy:Materials:Whole GroupAbout 45 minutesAnalysisBlackline Master BBlackline Master F1–F12Instruction Considerations: Using the online career map found at wrksolutions.com/WIGU, the teacherwill lead a whole group discussion to review the careers and how they impactour community. You might use Blackline Master F1–F12 as visual aids. As timeallows, you might focus on one or two careers in each lesson. A review of thedifference between providing a good or service needs to occur as well as a reviewof the basic needs of food, shelter, and water. After the discussion, the class will pick two of the careers from the map to compareand contrast using a Venn diagram (Blackline Master B) to complete as a group. Students can then be assigned their own Venn diagram to complete as timeallows. These can be graded on a similar rubric to the School to HomeConnection Project.5 PointsQuality ofComparison10 PointsThe student barely comparesthe careers or not at all.Analysis of Data The student does not do theanalysis, or only correctlyan