Students will define key words and concepts related to money, recognize the difference between goods and services, define interest in relation to money, and explain the difference between simple and c
Students will list possible emergencies for a variety of locations and list specific uses for a variety of emergency technology. Students will define emergency supplies needed at home and follow a fiv
...e step process to plan for an emergency.
Students will define key terms related to obtaining a driver's license, identify the steps in getting a driver's license, and research information for their state's licensing process. Students will i
...dentify the impact of hearing loss on obtaining a license and driving, and outline appropriate actions when stopped by law enforcement.
BUNDLE - Worksheets for high school level instruction on exploring postsecondary school and identifying the challenges students may face in attending the school they choose. There are 3 worksheets tha
...t allow the student to identify postsecondary schools of interest, possible challenges they may face, and accommodations to overcome the challenges. Bundle IDs 0554, 0557, 0558.
Students will define and give specific examples of personal information, use personal information to complete a variety of forms as used in work, higher education and leisure, define identity theft an
...d how to prevent it.
BUNDLE - Worksheets for high school level instruction on the IEP process. There are 3 worksheets that will walk a student through activily participating in their IEP. Worksheets include: What is an I
...EP?, Recognizing My Strengths and Needs, and Planning for Transition Services. Bundle IDs 0532-0534.
will define key words and concepts related to social security, fill in an application form,
calculate gross and net weekly pay amounts. Students will label the sign
hearing disability, define 'disability' according to ADA, and
determine needs and accommodations when in the SS office.
This bundle of teacher information, worksheets, and activities include a range of indpendent living topics from calculating budgets to the voting process. Students will acquire new vocabulary, use c
...ritical thinking skills to solve problems, and have opportunities for self-discovery and advocacy. Learning about resources, being a productive community member, citizenship, and money management are all important skills for becoming an independent adult. For advanced learners. 35 pages. Collected IDs in BUNDLE: S0XTRN0750, S0XTRN0751, S0XTRN0752, S0XTRN0753, S0XTRN0754, S0XTRN0755, S0XTRN0756, S0XTRN0757, S0XTRN0758.
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