Lesson plan: Activity 42

Lesson plan: Activity 42

This is the 42nd and final activity in the Maximum Impact Sequence. This will be dedicated to student presentations. We estimate total time to present will take 2 hours, so feel free to break this activity out into two lessons. This activity should take you 10-20 minutes to set up and should take students 1-2 hours to complete.

Learning Objectives

Students should be able to:

  1. Present their Project Templates
  2. Learn from their peers' career journeys



  • Internet-connected computer
  • Ability to communicate with their project group by video or phone (If applicable)


  • Internet-connected computer
  • Student roster (if grouping students)

Advanced Preparation

  • Determine whether you want all student presentations to be presented in one session or to break them up
  • If you plan to have all presentations in one day, determine the order for presentations
  • If you'd like to break them out into two class periods, you should have already divided your students into two groups in the previous lesson and communicated the date they will be presenting. One group will present today and the other to present during the next session. Take the list for today and determine an order for presentations.

Begin the activity

Assign the activity to your students by email or in class

To assign the activity to your students, email them:

  • Link them to this webpage for the activity page
  • Order of presenters
  • Directions on how you'd like to collect their project templates at the end of this activity
  • Ask your students to share a reflection (usually a short 1-5 sentence written response to a prompt)
  • Instructions on how you'd like to receive their reflections
  • Reflection prompt: What have you learned from your classmates' presentations that helps you think about your own career journey?

Example email:

Hi Class! Here is today's CareerVillage activity. Today half of you will present your final projects to the class. The rest of you will present during the next activity. Here is the order of presenters for today: [PRESENTATION ORDER CHART] While you are not presenting, make sure you are listening closely to your classmates and learning from their journeys. At the end of this activity, please send me both your final project templates and your reflection in response to the prompt below. Reflection prompt: What have you learned from your classmates' presentations that helps you think about your own career journey?

Background Knowledge

  • None.


  • Formative: Instructor should collect student reflections


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