I'm a first year teacher and I teach at a low-income alternative school in a city. I'm an intervention specialist so for the first half of the day I work on interventions but in the afternoons I teach a class called "Work Study". This class is meant to help student find/keep jobs. The goal was to have guest speakers and to go on field trips... However, every student in my class (grades 9-12) is on an IEP and they all have behavioral goals. Most of them have been expelled from their previous schools. And, to add to the difficulty, I am the first teacher to teach this course at this school. There is no curriculum. There are no textbooks or workbooks. And no money. I started the course with basic info on what we'll be doing and then a career interest survey to determine what career clusters they match with. Then, due to poor classroom behavior, I did a week on Workplace behaviors. My students are all at various levels so I've found that projects are absolutely horrifying and they take the students twice as long to complete. WHAT DO I DO? Any suggestions? Resources? Ideas on what to teach? ANYTHING? This is a year long course.