|Lesson Plan ID:
The class will discuss issues relating to employer/personnel. They will work together in groups to write a guide for new employees. They will also create a classroom policy handbook.
|CTE(9-12) Workforce Essentials||8. Identify ethical and unethical behavior and actions in the workplace. |
|BMA(9-12) Business Essentials||15. Demonstrate proper safety procedures needed in the workplace. |
|BMA(9-12) Commerce Communication||5. Demonstrate effective verbal and nonverbal communication in the workplace |
|BMA(9-12) Commerce Communication||10. Apply problem-solving techniques needed to resolve business issues related to ethics. |
|Primary Learning Objective(s):
Students will describe related employer/personnel issues.
|Additional Learning Objective(s):
|Approximate Duration of the Lesson:
|| Greater than 120 Minutes|
|Materials and Equipment:
Copies of company policy handbooks obtained from local businesses or parents' employers
|Technology Resources Needed:
computer, word processing software, printer
1.)Have a class discussion about hiring practices. Explain to students what they can expect when they are hired (drug test, pre-employment test, background check, fingerprinting, etc.) and the types of forms they will be required to complete. Explain the reasons people join labor unions.
2.)Show students examples of company policy manuals. Go over these manuals with students.
3.)Have students work in teams to produce a “company policy manual” for your classroom. This manual should explain all your classroom rules, health and safety policies (which were created in the project for content standard 11), the expected professional and ethical behavior (defined in project for content standard 12 & 13), and all other issues that a student must understand to function successfully in your classroom.
4.)Combine the best of each group’s work and you will have a policy/procedure manual for your classroom. This can be copied and distributed to each student.
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Each student will be assessed on his participation in the group and the professional content and appearance of the policy manual the group creates.
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poor peer interaction or temper tantrums, and other learning or behavior problems.
|Presentation of Material
||Using Groups and Peers
|Assisting the Reluctant Starter
||Dealing with Inappropriate
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