- Orientation - Classroom Climate
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- Creating Work Habits Grade - "On the Clock Behavior"
- Work Ethic...What is it and how do I get some?
- Employment Portfolio
- Job Applications
- Resume Writing for High School Students
- Additional Lesson on Writing a Resume
- Letter of Introduction or Cover Letters
- Letters of recommendation
- Job Interviews
- Preparing for Competitive Events: The Job Application and Interview Event
- The Hospitality Industry
- Do You Have a Future in Customer Service?
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- Travel & Tourism
- Being a travel agent
- Create a Local Travel Guide to Generate Visitor Dollars
- Generational Spending & Hospitality
- Job Shadow career as an event planner
- The Lodging Industry
- Culinary Arts & Restaurant, Manager Services & Beverages
- Safety and Sanitation Standards
- Preparing and Serving Safe Food
- Preventing Accidents and Injuries
- Food borne Illnesses
- Assemblies and Event Management
- Special Event- Event planning
- Creating a theme Park
- Planning a company picnic
- Recreation, Theme Park, & Gaming Entertainment
- Operational Areas of the Hospitality Industry
Activity Originally Created By: Amy Bean
Writing a Resume using Word Templates
Part of Lesson Plan: Resume Writing for High School Students
Activity Overview / Details
Model to students how to access the variety of templates available online using an LCD projector.
Using Microsoft Word - find the Resume Templates.
Click on the Button on the top left corner, and then click on "new". Choose "resumes and CV's" - there are a variety of templates for resume building.
On the projector, model how to change these templates to fit with students.
Allow one class period for individual students to use their organizer to create a resume - circulate to check for understanding. Students should print a hard copy to bring to class the following day for a peer edit.