lessonplan1 Mrs. Chaney
  ROP Business/Computer Technology Instructor
 
                                      Learning Styles:
__70% or + & __L/B; __R/B; __Aud, __Vis, __Kin; __Cog,L,__Af,L,_Psy,L

                               I - GENERAL WORKPLACE SKILLS

                                   4 - STEP LESSON PLAN

A. UNDERSTAND THE BASIC REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROGRAM


Student Performance-Based Objective (SPBO)

Given the need to acknowledge the Regional Occupation Program, the student will understand the basic requirements of the program, by end of the 1st session.

LESSON MATERIALS

Student:
* Enrollment forms
* Course Outline

Instructor:
* Enrollment forms
* Course Outline
* Overhead Projector

STEP 1: INTRODUCTION (10%)
Introduction Ice Breaker: Have each student introduce themselves and tell why they are taking the class.

Next, lead into presentation.

STEP 2: PRESENTATION (25%)

1. Discuss the ROP philosophy and operation
    a) Programs available
    b) Class description and goal
    c) Skilled instructors
    d) Eligibility for enrollment
    e) Record of success (Provide examples)
    f) Articulation and accreditation
2. Complete enrollment forms and necessary paperwork
3. Demonstrate an understanding of classroom policies, 
    procedures, and expectations.
    a) Attendance/tardies
    b) Acceptable behavior
    c) Acceptable attire
    d) Course requirements
    e) Class rules
    f) Grading policy
    g) Required materials
    h) Safety rules
4. Discuss the importance of the following skills in the
    business environment:
    a) Positive attitude
    b) Self confidence
    c) Honesty
    d) Perseverance
    e) Self-Management/work ethic
    f)  Pride in product/work
    g) Dependability

STEP 3: APPLICATION/FEEDBACK (55%)

1. Have each complete the forms.
2. Ensure all students have the opportunity to have their questions answered.

STEP 4: TEST (10%)

The student did understand the basic requirements of the program, by end of the 1st session.

SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS: (10%)
Arrangements will be made for Individual Education Plans (IEP) and Individual Transition Plans (ITP) based upon accommodation needs.


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