Adult Career Pathways Resources
Students learn vocabulary, writing, reading, speaking and listening skills necessary for work in the healthcare industry. Transition skills and digital literacy necessary for workplace success are integrated.
Students build reading and writing skills through health issue investigation, healthcare career exploration and a final project. Students become familiar with career options in the healthcare field and create their own career paths and implementation steps.
Students build reading and writing skills through investigation of the science and social studies of nutrition and healthcare reform. Four units, each with a reading, research and fact-finding week followed by a writing week; two full writing projects, multiple essays, extensive reading, and a classroom debate.
Students build reading and writing skills through investigation of the science and social studies of drug resistance and the impact of drug shortages on the healthcare system, with two major writing projects and multiple essay-writing requirements. Skills developed include internet research, vocabulary-building, lecture note-taking and presentation skills.
Not designed as a course, but as a reading resource for a healthcare career pathway. Designed for online independent study, learners can choose from 175 2-page stories organized by reading level. Focus is on high utility academic vocabulary and healthcare content vocabulary.
Adult Career Pathways Glossary
Confused about Adult Career Pathways and transitions terminology? You’re not alone! See this handy ACP glossary.