In the updated and expanded edition of this excellent course on how to get a job and hold it, new teaching units and worksheets address modern changes in the workplace. For instance, the Basic Job Skills (hands-on training) teaching unit now includes information about how to use a photocopier, fax, and computer. New Vocational Preparation worksheets provide practice in identifying safety signs, deciphering airline schedules and more. Other units cover: Vocational Academics; Vocational Resources; and Vocational Values. Recent changes in the public law, the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), concerning requirements for all special needs secondary students to have Individualized Transition Plans (ITPs) are explained in the teacher's guide. Student workbooks are separate so students may work independently at their own speed. Also included in this comprehensive guide are lists of supplementary resources -- with publishers' names and addresses -- and an extensive bibliography of related readings.Also included in this comprehensive guide are lists of supplementary resources -- with publishersa#39; names and addresses -- and an extensive bibliography of related readings.
|Title||:||Vocational Entry-skills for Secondary Students|
|Author||:||Winifred Washburn, Winifred Y. Washburn|
|Publisher||:||High Noon Books - 1975|