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12th Grade Phase 4

Choosing My Pathway


Resource

Description

Parent/Guardian Guide: How to Support Your Child in Making a Decision


This guide serves to help guardians understand how to discuss the pros and cons of their child's post-secondary options.

Mentor Guide:

How to Support Your Mentee in Making a Decision


This guide serves to help mentors  understand how to discuss the pros and cons of their mentee's post-secondary options.
Pair Checklist


This checklist, that lives on the Platform, will provide pairs with key objectives to hit before the end of the phase.


Lesson

Objective

Resources

4.1 Getting Ready for PSP*

SWBAT understand the PSP model and how to enroll in the program.
  • Presentation
  • Lesson Plan
  • Handout
4.2 Finding My Place & Supports

SWBAT reflect on how to build and grow community after high school. 
  • Presentation
  • Lesson Plan
  • Handout

4.3 Balancing My Social Life


SWBAT understand the benefits of balancing their social life with their responsibilities. 
  • Presentation
  • Lesson Plan
  • Handout

4.4 Overcoming Setbacks

SWBAT understand the importance of maintaining a growth mindset.
  • Presentation
  • Lesson Plan
  • Handout

4.5 My Award Packages

SWBAT  learn how to read an award letter.

  • Presentation
  • Lesson Plan
  • Handout

4.6 Comparing My Award Packages 



SWBAT compare their own award letters to understand the costs of each package.
  • Presentation
  • Lesson Plan
  • Handout

4.7 Making My Choice*


SWBAT make an informed post-secondary choice for themselves.

  • Presentation
  • Lesson Plan
  • Handout


Event

Description

Resources
Pair Event: Considering My Options

Pairs will compare and contrast the mentee’s post-secondary options to identify the most suitable choices for the mentee.


  • Event Guide for PMs
  • Event Packet for Pairs
Pair Event: Making My Choice





Mentors will support their mentee in finalizing their post-secondary choice.


  • Event Packet for Pairs
  • Event Guide for PMs