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This lesson forms part of ten lessons adapted for students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Download our SEND navigation guide, below the lesson plans, to explore the full range of SEND adapted LifeSkills resources.
The activities are designed to help students recognise their skills, personality traits and interests and understand why these are important when thinking about rewarding job roles.
Key learning outcomes for this lesson include:
- Demonstrating an understanding of the terms: skills, interests and personalities
- Identifying their own skills, interests and personalities
- Demonstrating an understanding of how skills, interests and personalities can help them find a career
How can my students get the most out of this lesson?
Where possible enable students to try the Wheel of Strengths interactive tool in the lesson, when they are identifying their skills, interests and personality traits. Alternatively, students could do this after the lesson to discover how their personal strengths and attributes can be used to match them with jobs.
Students may benefit from educators supporting them to work through selections on the tool. Their results could be recorded at the end for students to refer back to.
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