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Lessons for JAG 3rd Quarter

 

Click on the dates for lessons from May 4 - 8

Click on the dates for lessons from April 20 - 24

Click on the dates for lessons from April 14 - 17

Click on the dates for lessons from April 6 - 10

Click on the dates for lessons from March 30 - April 2

Click on the dates for lessons from March 23-27

Click HERE for your Driving Questions Proposal

Click on the dates for lessons from March 9-12

Click on the dates for lessons from March 2-6

Click HERE for your Humans Relations Project

Click on the dates for lessons from February 23rd-27th

Click on the dates for lessons from February 17th-20th

Click on the dates for lessons from February 9th-13th

Click on the dates for lessons from February 2nd-6th

Click on the dates for lessons from January 26th-30th

For the Google Slide from January 26th, First Impressions:  What to Wear, Click HERE

Click on the dates for lessons from January 20th-23rd

Click on the dates for lessons from January 12th-16th

Click on the dates for lessons from January 5th-9th

For the powerpoint from January 6th click HERE.  (There is a GREAT possibility that information from this will be on your post-test for JAG)

 

 

    JAG-K Course Description

 

JAG-K (Jobs for America’s Graduates - Kansas) is a career exploration and preparation program that provides a hands-on approach in exploring personal strengths and challenges as well as job attainment skills (cover letter, resume, job application, interviewing, etc. ) and work place “survival” skills (interpersonal relations, team work, etc.).  Students will work to build strengths in academic areas, time management, and communication.  The individual and team project work will also help students come to an understanding of personality and temperament and the relationship between personal actions and consequences that follow.  Students will make connections to their career interests, abilities, and aptitudes by determining their education and career goals through development of an Individual Career Development Plan.  This full-year, credited course involves individual assignments, team activities/projects, academic remediation support, service learning opportunities, guest speakers, field trips, and career exploration through job shadowing and/or an internship.  Students will also participate in the JAG-K Career Association in various activities focused on Career and Leadership Development, Service Learning, and Civic/Social Awareness.

 

This class is offered to Sophomores through Seniors.  

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Brittany Baker

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Classroom Number:
20h
School Phone:
620-532-3136
Cell Phone:
620-532-9385