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On the Job: A Case Study

Student Handout | Assessment Criteria

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Assessment Criteria

Program Area: Social Studies (History)
Criterion: Understanding concepts
Attainment Descriptor:

  • The student locates, records and presents accurate historical information related to a prominent Canadian woman, including biographical information and challenges faced by her.

Program Area: Guidance/Career Education
Criterion: Exploration of opportunities
Attainment Descriptors:

  • The student identifies the characteristics and challenges of an occupation, and what education or training is required for that occupation.
  • The student identifies ways that she or he can prepare for this occupation.
  • The student develops a clear and appropriate timeline for education and training for her- or himself.

Program Area: Language, Reading
Criterion: Reading of non-fiction materials
Attainment Descriptors:

  • The student reads relevant information from available sources as specified by the teacher.
  • The student applies information from readings to the completion of an activity (presentation).

Program Area: Language, Oral and Visual Communication
Criterion: Communicating ideas and information for a variety of purposes
Attainment Descriptors:

  • The student contributes to, and works constructively in, small groups.
  • The student listens and responds constructively to alternate viewpoints.
  • The student prepares and gives a presentation that uses visual aids.
  • The student speaks in a clear voice, makes eye contact, and uses other physical and oral techniques to communicate effectively in presentation.

Student Handout | Assessment Criteria

Activities 1 | 2 |3 | 4

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