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Eighth graders examine what they need to do to meet their career goals. They design a four to six year plan for the classes they need to take in high school after listening to high school mentor tell about their experiences with this activity. They include a journal entry in their career folding that explains their hopes for the future.
Second graders complete the first and second sections of the Activity Sheet "New Things To Learn and Explore." They identify the Career Path that link them to careers using the link between those activities and interests. Students think about Christopher Columbus, the famous explorer. They are asked: What kinds of interests or activities do they think he had or liked to do?
Seventh graders are shown a small puzzle. They are explained that without all the pieces, a puzzle is not complete. Students are explained that the same principle applies to the world of work. They are also explained that each person who provides a service or who produces a product depends on others to make the process complete.
Young scholars explore genetic engineering and it biological and ethical implications. By conducting experiments with genetically engineered corn and plain corn they determine the difference in taste. Students also discover the effects of herbicides by planting two group of soybeans, one sprayed and the other to left to grow naturally.