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MCIS Resources

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Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Activities

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I Can Be... Accountant

Created: Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Introduction to the Accountant Occupation

 

 

 

I Can Be... Architect

Created: Tuesday, April 24, 2018

I Can Be an Architect

 

 

 

I Can Be... Artist

Created: Monday, April 30, 2018

I Can Be an Artist

 

 

 

I Can Be... Astronaut

Created: Monday, May 7, 2018

I Can Be an Astronaut

 

 

 

I Can Be... Baker

Created: Monday, May 14, 2018

I Can Be... Baker

 

 

 

I Can Be... Banker

Created: Monday, May 21, 2018

I Can Be... Banker

 

 

 

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First and Second Grade Activities

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Careers Build a Community - What is a Career and Lesson 1 Accountant

Created: Tuesday, April 17, 2018

This Facebook Activity will be the start of the Careers Build a Community Series of lesson plans and student journal posts.The Careers Build a Community Lesson Plan publication is designed for teachers in grades one through three. Lesson plans are intended to expose students to a variety of careers and provide time for them to reflect upon what they have learned. This introductory lesson introduces the word careers and how it takes a combination of careers to build a community.

 

 

Careers Build a Community - Architect

Created: Monday, April 23, 2018

 Architect

The Careers Build a Community Lesson Plan publication is designed for teachers in grades one through three. Lesson plans are intended to expose students to a variety of careers and provide time for them to reflect upon what they have learned.

 

Careers Build a Community -Artist

Created: Tuesday, May 1, 2018

 Artist

The Careers Build a Community Lesson plans are intended to expose students to a variety of careers and provide time for them to reflect upon what they have learned.

 

Careers Build a Community - Astronaut

Created: Tuesday, May 8, 2018

 Astronaut

The Careers Build a Community Lesson plans are intended to expose students to a variety of careers and provide time for them to reflect upon what they have learned.

 

Careers Build a Community - Baker

Created: Monday, May 14, 2018

 Baker

The Careers Build a Community Lesson plans are intended to expose students to a variety of careers and provide time for them to reflect upon what they have learned.

 

Careers Build a Community - Banker

Created: Monday, May 21, 2018

 Banker

The Careers Build a Community Lesson plans are intended to expose students to a variety of careers and provide time for them to reflect upon what they have learned.

 

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Third and Fourth Grade Activities

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Career Heroes: Find your career type

Created: Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Before starting the Career Heroes activities, take this self-assessment to determine what categories your child/student falls into. The top three career types are likely to be a close match to your child/student’s interests.

 

 

Career Heroes: Doers (Carpet Installers)

Created: Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Careers for Doers
Doers like to work with things, using their hands, play sports, using tools and machines.
 

  • Occupation: carpet installers
  • Academic concept: math 

 

Career Heroes: Doers (Electrical Engineers and Veterinarians)

Created: Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Careers for Doers
Doers like to work with things, using their hands, play sports, using tools and machines.

  • Occupations: electrical engineers and veterinarians
  • Academic concept: science

 

Career Heroes: Doers (Roofers, Etchers and Engravers, Desktop Publishing)

Created: Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Careers for Doers
Doers like to work with things, using their hands, play sports, using tools and machines.

 

  • Occupations: Roofers, Etchers and Engravers, Desktop Publishing
  • Academic concept: Writing and design

 

Career Heroes: Thinkers (Dieticians and Nutritionists)

Created: Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Careers for Thinkers:
Thinkers like to explore and understand things or events. They are usually good at math and science and like to work alone to solve problems.

  • Occupations: dieticians and nutritionists
  • Academic concept: food science

 

Thinkers - Plant Scientist

Created: Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Careers for Thinkers:
Thinkers like to explore and understand things or events. They are usually good at math and science and like to work alone to solve problems.

  • Occupations: Plant Scientist
  • Academic concept: Science

 

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Fifth and Sixth Grade Activities

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MCIS Jr 8th Grade: Education After High School

Created: Thursday, July 12, 2018

Know more: You will gain knowledge and skills that will help you the rest of your life.

Have more choices: You will have more career options and more jobs to choose from.

Earn more: People with more education usually earn more money

 

 

MCIS Jr 8th Grade: Reflect on Your Volunteer Activity

Created: Thursday, July 5, 2018

You have taken action. You got out and did something. If you are going to learn from your volunteer project, it is important to think about or reflect on what you did. Reflection results in learning about yourself and your community.

 

 

MCIS Jr 8th Grade: My Volunteer Activities

Created: Thursday, June 28, 2018

My Volunteer Activities Keep a record of your volunteer activities. You will use this information when you apply for jobs, college, and/or scholarships.

 

 

MCIS Jr 8th Grade: Thank Your Volunteer Coordinator

Created: Thursday, June 21, 2018

Thank your volunteer coordinator Thanking the volunteer coordinator is very important. The coordinator spent a lot of time with you.

 

 

MCIS Jr 8th Grade: Set Up A Volunteer Activity

Created: Thursday, June 14, 2018

Set up a volunteer activity

 

 

MCIS Jr 8th Grade: Volunteer Resume

Created: Thursday, June 7, 2018

Volunteer Resume

A resume is a summary of your qualifications. A volunteer resume tells the site coordinator about you. The resume will help them decide if you are the best person to volunteer there.

 

 

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Middle School through High School Activities

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MCIS High School Curriculum: A Piece of the Puzzle

Created: Friday, July 13, 2018

A Piece of the Puzzle -Students learn about the many components of self-awareness then complete the IDEAS assessment. Time: 75 minutes.
(call or email us to find out more information on the IDEAS assessment 406-444-4100 or mcrn@mt.gov)

Click Here to Download The Curriculum Matrix
(The matrix shows what grade, section and subject the curriculum can be used with in MCIS)

 

 

MCIS High School Curriculum: A Day in the Life of...

Created: Friday, July 6, 2018

A Day in the Life of... Students conduct informational interviews with individuals working in a field of interest to gain first-hand knowledge about the occupation. Students formulate questions and outline what they anticipate the occupation to entail. Time: 150 minutes (across multiple days).

Click Here to Download The Curriculum Matrix
(The matrix shows what grade, section and subject the curriculum can be used with in MCIS)

 

 

MCIS 12th Grade: My Graduation Plans

Created: Friday, June 22, 2018

My Graduation Plans

You are almost finished. Do you have a clear vision of your future in sight?

 

 

 

MCIS 12th Grade: Job Search Action Plan

Created: Friday, June 15, 2018

Job Search Action Plan

An action plan helps you reach a goal by planning how you'll get there. Your action plan begins with an objective. What is it you want to accomplish?

 

 

 

MCIS 12th Grade: My Job Search Plan

Created: Friday, June 8, 2018

My Job Search Plan

You may be involved in finding a job many times in your life. This worksheet lists important steps that can make your job search effective and successful. This worksheet also provides some tools that you can use on any job search to plan your search and stay motivated amid the process

 

 

 

MCIS 12th Grade: Senior Year-College Planning Checklist

Created: Friday, June 1, 2018

Senior Year - College Planning Checklist

By senior year, you may feel ready to “take it easy” - commonly referred to as “senioritis.” Senioritis means slacking off in school because you think you grades are no longer important. Contrary to popular belief, college admissions personnel do care about senior year grades; offers of admission can be and are withdrawn when students don’t perform as expected.

 

 

 

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