CCR (Success Habits) Unit Plan
For those that are teaching the PBiS/College & Career Readiness lesson plans during Focus:
All lessons are SMARTNotebook lessons. They are linked under the Faculty & Staff header on the SAM homepage. Please review the lessons BEFORE you present them during Focus. That way, I can clear up any questions or assist you as needed. Directions for each lesson are within the Smart Notebook file. If you lessons 1-6 from years past, you do not need to download them again. They are large files so if you haven't downloaded them, leave yourself time to do so. Unit outline is here SMARTBoard screenshots
During each lesson students will need paper and pencil. All required copies will be made for and given to you. The lessons should start Tuesday, 9/13 and conclude by Friday, 9/23 (this last day is a catch-up or filler day).
Focus CCR Lesson Day 0 Pre-Assessment and Extras.notebook (new for 2016-17)
Directions to the online pre-assessment (link is on SAM homepage under Students header as "CCR Success Assessments"). This should take students a max of 10 minutes. For 7th and 8tth, this should be completed either before or after the screeners. For 6th graders, please complete anytime you have computers between now and the Day 1 CCR Focus lesson. If you cannot squeeze it in, it’s okay. We’re aiming to have as many as possible.
Optional time-fillers: Word search, crossword & key, THINK activity, Happy song reflection. Use these any time during the CCR Unit that you have extra time.
Options for Progress Report Reflection sheet that student completed on Day 4:
1- Have students staple into agenda or place in binder or tape to cubby.
2- Collect and pass back out at next progress report and report card.
* The intent is to make the goal-setting activity meaningful by encouraging students to monitor their progress towards their goals!
Focus CCR Lesson Days 5-6 Study Skills Part I.notebook (same as previous years)
Focus CCR Lesson Days 7 Self-Advocacy.notebook (new for 2016-17 year)
* All slides should prompt teacher-led class discussion. Fit in what you can. The main message is that students feel connected and can talk to at least one adult at school. Have student complete the post-assessment (same link under “Students” header on the SAM homepage) when you have computers at some point before 9/30.
Use this day to catch up if you haven’t finished the lessons. If the unit is complete, you may reserve computers to have students complete the post-assessment or fill the time with some of the optional activities in Day 0’s lesson.