Here's what I do:
Meet in the computer lab where all students have access to a computer. I often teach this lesson during their biweekly computer class time. The computer teacher is happy to have a break and it's easier than scheduling the lab during other times.
Students go to the website and take the job interest quiz. When they are finished, the website will highlight "buildings" in jobland that correspond to different career paths. The students can explore the buildings, play games, etc for the rest of the class time. At the end of the class, I will call them to the carpet to share something they learned.
In the next lesson, I ask students which career interested them most. I divide them up by groups according to the building that corresponds to their interest. They then complete an "exploring careers" worksheet with their group. At the end of the class, they share their findings with the class.
It's not a complicated series of lessons but the students really enjoy it and it starts some good conversations about careers. I'm including the whole lesson pack here just for you!
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