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Resumes and Cover Letters for High School Students
|Grades||9 – 12|
|Lesson Plan Type||Unit|
|Estimated Time||Eight 50-minute sessions|
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February 13, 2015
Your lesson plan is awesome. Thank you for sharing it with us.
October 09, 2014
This worked extremely well in my senior English classes. Although there was an issue with students emailing me their resumes from the Resume Generator. The Adobe files loaded for five out of my six classes. I loved the analysis of the sample resumes and cover letters. But, if I could make a suggestion, there should be more of a difference between Jane and John's resume and cover letter.
This is an important unit to teach, especially to seniors, and I am incredibly thankful to have found this on the website. The resources were great and the information is beneficial.
Thank you so much!
July 31, 2014
Thank you so much for putting this together! I teach a lower-level English class for seniors, and they struggled with my more complex unit last year. This unit really breaks things down in a way that will be easier for them. Great resource, and thanks again!
February 26, 2014
I am a college senior majoring in business education and stumbled across this website and your lesson plan. Just wanted to say THANK YOU for taking your time to create this lesson plan and share it! I will definitely be bookmarking this site and look forward to reviewing more of your lesson plans!
March 05, 2013
I just wanted to tell you that you have saved my day!!
I am an ESOL teacher in the UK working on a post-grad qualification. I have an observed teaching lesson next week and I was panicking because I was suffering from "writer's block" until I saw your lesson plan. Now I have something solid to go by and this will, hopefully, help me save the day. (Keeping my fingers crossed here!)
I haven't enough words to say THANK YOU from across the Atlantic.
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