Junior

Executive

Junior Executive

$330 for 11 weeks

 

 

 

 

Teacher

Allison Bruning

Subjects

Life Skills - Executive Function

Required Supplies

  • A notebook/binder

  • White or colored paper (you choose)

  • Blank dividers

  • “ABC” dividers for addresses and phone numbers

  • Monthly dividers for seasonal reminders, such as birthdays 

  • Sheet protectors (not the matte finish; they are hard to erase)

  • Dry erase markers in your favorite color

  • Some kind of calendar for your schedule

  • Post-it notes

  • A zippered pouch (for stamps, paper clips, pens, and other small items)

  • Control Journal (this will be provided to you by Academic Warriors)

  • Please all the supplies ready for the first session.

 

Ages

10 - 16 years old

   

Sessions

 

Session 1: You're In Control

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will define the words responsibility, schedule, deadline, goal and progress.

Students will be introduced to the FlyLady system.

Students will construct their Control Journals in class. (We will be using the Control Journal everyday.)

Students will identify a Launch Pad, create a checklist of things they need for the next day.

HOMEWORK

Place your Control Journal in a safe place. Use your Launch Pad every night. 

Session 2: Before Bedtime Routine

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will define routine, reward and consequences.

Students will discuss what happens when you don't do what you are expected to do.

Students will discuss how they did with their Launch Pad.

Students will construct a Before Bedtime Routine and place it in their Control Journals.

HOMEWORK

Follow your Before Bedtime Routine. How did it go? Are there any changes you need to make? Be ready to discuss your experience and findings in the next session. 

 

Session 3: Morning Routine

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will discuss their Before Bedtime Routine findings and make any changes they need to.

Students will construct a Morning Routine and place it in their Control Journal.  

HOMEWORK:

Follow your Before Bedtime and Morning Routine. How did it go? Are there any changes you need to make? Be ready to discuss your experiences and findings in the next session.

Session 4: Afternoon Routine

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will discuss their Before Bedtime Routine and Morning Routine findings. They will make any changes they need to.

Students will construct an Afterschool Routine and place it in their Control Journal.  

HOMEWORK:

Follow all of your rountines. How did it go? Are there any changes you need to make? Be ready to discuss your experiences and findings in the next session.

 

Session 5: Bedroom Blessing Hour

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will discuss their routines and make any changes they need to.

Students will discuss the importance of keeping their clean room.

Students will create their Bedroom Blessing Hour and place it in their Control Journal. 

HOMEWORK:

Follow all of your routines and complete the Bedroom Blessing Hour on Monday. Be ready to discuss your progress in class during the next session.

Session 6: Detailed Bedroom Cleaning

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will discuss how their routines and Bedroom Blessing House went. 

Students will discuss the importance of doing chores.

Students will identify the five detailed cleaning zones in their bedroom.

Students will create a Detailed Bedroom Cleaning List and place it in their Control Journal.

Students will understand when to complete the detailed cleaning chores.

HOMEWORK:

Follow all of your routines, Bedroom Blessing Hour on Monday and complete the Detailed Bedroom Cleaning chores for this week. Be ready to discuss your progress in class during the next session.

Session 7: Homework Checklist and Daily To Do List

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will discuss their progress with their routines, Bedroom Blessing House and Detailed Bedroom Cleaning.

Students will explain the importance of why you should write things down.

Students will create a Homework Checklist and place it in their Control Journals.

Students will create a Daily To Do List and place it in their Control Journals.

HOMEWORK:

Follow all of your routines, Bedroom Blessing Hour on Monday and complete the Detailed Bedroom Cleaning chores for this week. Use your Homework Checklist and Daily To Do List. Be ready to discuss your progress in class during the next session.

Session 8: Basic Weekly Plan

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will discuss their progress.

Students will explain the importance of why you should use a schedule.

Students will create a Basic Weekly Plan and place it in their Control Journals.

HOMEWORK:

Follow all of your routines, Bedroom Blessing Hour on Monday, Detailed Bedroom Cleaning chores and Basic Weekly. Use your Homework Checklist and Daily To Do List. Be ready to discuss your progress in class during the next session.

Session 9: Address Book

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will discuss their progress.

Students will understand why you should keep contact information written down in an address book.

Students will write important contact information, place it and ABC dividers in their Control Journals.

HOMEWORK:

Follow all of your routines, Bedroom Blessing Hour on Monday, Detailed Bedroom Cleaning chores and Basic Weekly. Use your Homework Checklist and Daily To Do List. Be ready to discuss your progress in class during the next session.

 

Session 10: Calendar

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will discuss their progress.

Students will understand why you should use a calendar to keep track of important dates.

Students will write important dates on their monthly calendars.

Students will place monthly dividers and monthly calendars in their Control Journals.

HOMEWORK:

Follow all of your routines, Bedroom Blessing Hour on Monday, Detailed Bedroom Cleaning chores and Basic Weekly. Use your Homework Checklist and Daily To Do List. Be ready to discuss your progress in class during the next session.

Session 11: Emergency Numbers

LESSON OBJECTIVES: 

Students will discuss their progress.

Students will understand why you should have emergency numbers written down where you can find them.

Students will understand what to do when there is an emergency.

Students will write the emergency numbers and place them in their Control Journal.

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