Phone: (651) 621-7212
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Ms. Cheryl Josephson
Welcome to my webpage! I am a Special Education, Reading, and Work-Based Learning Teacher at Mounds View High School. Please visit Google Classroom for course materials and assignments. (Parents/Guardians - please contact me if you want to receive email summaries regarding your student's work in Google Classroom. Learn more about what this entails here.)
Daily Class Schedule:
Period 1.... Biology (with Ms. Beardsley)
Period 2.... Career Skills
Period 3.... Reading Workshop
Period 4.... PREP
Period 5.... Work-Based Learning/OJT
Period 6.... Work-Based Learning/OJT
3817 & 3818 CAREER SKILLS
credit value .5 per semester + 1.0 WBL grades 10, 11, 12
This course provides students with the skills necessary for securing and maintaining employment. Students will gain employment skills and prepare a post-secondary education and employment plan upon completion of the course. Some of the course activities will include completing vocational assessments, online job applications, and investigating career options. Guest speakers, employment topics, and post-secondary education options will be discussed on a continuing basis. Students will create a resume, learn interviewing techniques, and gain real-world job skills while working in the building and/or community.
Students who meet the guidelines for outside employment will be eligible to earn up to 1.0 elective credit. The combination of classroom instruction and worksite participation in a paid job site will enhance student learning. The Work Coordinator will work with the student to complete and file necessary forms and materials.
4304 & 4305 READING WORKSHOP
credit value .5 per semester grades 11, 12
In this English Language Arts course, students will increase their reading comprehension skills using a variety of before-, during-, and after–reading strategies. By the end of the course, students will be able to use strategies to independently: identify the central idea, summarize text, determine word meaning/choice, and make an inference in informational and literary texts.