EL CIVICs Employment Unit/Module 33.7 . Dates 02/16/10-03/19/10 (5 weeks) Our class tests will be the week of 2/22 and 3/19. The second test is verbal with a test assessor. ·
Goal, Objectives and Tasks Assessment
Overall Goal: Identify and access employment and training resources needed to apply for a job
1.Required Objective: Complete a job application. a.Required Task: Interpret and complete a job application. The student will complete a modified (BL, BH) or authentic (IL-A) job application form
2.Required Objective: Demonstrate successful job interview techniques with appropriate body language and preparedness to make a good impression at a job interview a.Required Task: Role play a simulated job interview with an outside assessor
Locate and identify employment agencies, training agencies and/or resource centers and describe their services. Read job ads and announcements for specific information. Identify job titles, responsibilities and places of work.
Identify different job duties, and wages associated with jobs.
Locate, analyze, and describe job requirements, including licenses, credentials, etc. needed for specific jobs.
Other Workplace Related EL CIVICs Objectives
35 Employment Rights
EL Civics Focus Area(s): Civic Engagement/ Government
Identify procedures for protecting employment rights and access resources that support and assist the worker.
1.Collect and read information about workers rights from organizations such as OSHA/EOC and unions.
2.List agencies that protect the rights of workers.
3.Identify, discuss and write about workers rights and possible violations of workers rights.
5.Recognize the rights that all workers are entitled to such as pay for overtime, breaks during the work shift, etc.
6.Determine eligibility for employment dependent on immigration status.
7.Describe the process for filing grievance protesting the violation of a basic right.
8.Prepare appropriate questions to ask a prospective employer or a labor union representative.
9.Write a letter to an employer or supervisor describing a family issue and requesting an emergency leave.kplace
36 Employment Safety
EL Civics Focus Area(s):Civic Engagement
Identify work-related safety regulations, standards and procedures.
1.*Identify and interpret various safety related signs commonly found in the workplace.
2.Read and interpret basic safety instructions.
3.*Identify or demonstrate safe work procedures and common safety equipment.
4.*Report unsafe working conditions.
5.*Identify and discuss causes of common work related accidents.
6.*Identify and/or discuss different forms of safety equipment and clothing used at worksites.
7.*Respond to safety related warnings/signs found in a work environment.
8.*Complete a work related accident and/or safety report.