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FCCLA Competition: Teach and Train, a Second Look

In this lesson the student will complete the Observation and Shadowing Experiences as outlined in the FCCLA Teach and Train Star Event. This lesson is the second lesson in this project for the FCCLA Teach and Train Event.

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Designer's Proposal

Students will write a professional project proposal for the design of an artistic work (Dance, Theater, or Media Arts) around a particular theme or concept.

11 12

FCCLA Competition: Teach and Train, a Fourth and Final Look

In this lesson the student will complete the portfolio requirements in the FCCLA Teach and Train STAR Event. The student will also present the event as it would be presented in STAR Event Competition.

11 12

FCCLA Competition: Teach and Train, A Third Look

In this lesson students will learn how to write a lesson plan using the format from the Teach and Train FCCLA Event, write a lesson plan and teach the lesson in an age appropriate classroom) the age/grade level/subject matter is selected by the competitor).

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FCCLA Competition: Teach and Train, An Introduction to the Event

In this lesson the students will identify the qualities of a good teacher through classroom discussion and personal reflection, identify the steps to earning a Single Subject or Multiple Subject Credential and complete a career exploration assignment in the field of Education.

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Promote your CTSO - Creating a Commercial

Who better than your students to promote your program or your Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO)? Students will create a commercial using Advertisement Techniques to promote your program or CTSO. Lesson 4 of 4.

9 10

Promote your CTSO - Logos, Slogans and Jingles

Who better than your students to promote your program or your CTSO? Students will create a logo, slogan and jingle to use in their commercial to promote your program or CTSO. Lesson 3 of 4.

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Promote your CTSO - Targeting Demographics

Who better than your students to promote your program or your Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO)? In this lesson students are analyzing who is their target demographic. Lesson 2 of 4.

Evaluating the Scene of an Accident

In this the second lesson, students will learn how to evaluate traffic accidents. The students will be provided with a scenario and as a team, supported by a professional emergency responder, will make plan to the provided scenario.

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Promote your CTSO - Advertisement Techniques

Who better than your students to promote your program or your Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO)? Students will be introduced to the skills needed to create a commercial for their CTSO in the final lesson. Lesson 1 of 4.

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Classroom Management 4: Strategies

The students have learned much about what is involved with classroom management, including the importance of positive teacher-student interactions. In this fourth and final lesson, students will apply what they have learned in the classroom and in the field by constructing and demonstrating classroom management strategies.

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Classroom Management 3: How?

The students have been given a foundation about the importance of classroom management and they have studied what has to be managed in a classroom. In lesson three, students continue to prepare for their elementary school observation by examining best practices for delivery of classroom management strategies.

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Classroom Management 2: What?

This is the second in a series of four lessons where students observe and examine teacher and student behaviors and classroom set-up and routines that play a role in classroom management.

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Classroom Management 1: Why?

This is the first in a series of four lessons where students explore how teachers develop relationships and use classroom management strategies based on positive interaction, guidance, and discipline to create an educational environment that is conducive to teaching and learning.

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Applied Reading and Writing - Writing with Purpose for a Website

Most work experiences involving the act of writing require employees to write quickly and efficiently for a specific (most of the time highly specific) purpose. In this lesson, students examine various websites to determine purpose and evaluate for clarity. Ultimately, students will be asked to write for a hypothetical website and include their wri…

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