Healthy eating habits- I will eat 3 fruits and 3 vegetables each day this week. Healthy emotional habits- I will do everything my parents ask me to do this week with a positive attitude. Healthy social habits- I will meet one new person at school today.
Other examples: Creating healthy exercising habits- I will exercise for a half hour every day with my best friend after school this year. Healthy mental habits: I will save money to buy a planner and use it in school each day.
What are some ways we can have others help us achieve our goals? (Being involved in school, friends, family, teachers, etc.)
Ask students to give personal examples of decisions they have made because of goals they have.
SMART Goal Setting Specific – Goals should be straightforward and emphasize what you want to happen Measurable – If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it Attainable – Set goals that are in your reach Realistic – Set goals that are “do-able” Timeframe – Set a timeframe for the goal
SHORT-TERM GOAL A goal is considered short- term if it will take about six months or less to complete. EXAMPLE: My goal is to have ‘B’ grades and above in all my classes by the end of the quarter.
LONG-TERM GOALA goal is considered long-term if it will take about 6 months or longer to complete. EXAMPLE: My goal is to save $100.00 to buy a bike before the end of the year. I will save $10.00 each month.
Action Plan Anaction plan is a multi-step strategy to identify and achieve your goals.
Why set goals? Take control of your life Focus on the important things Make good decisions Finish tasks efficiently Builds self-confidence Sense of accomplishment Make progress toward bigger goals Setting the goal is half of the work toward achieving the goal!
Goal vs. Good Idea Good idea Goal I would like to go I will attend USC to college fall 2016.
Goal vs. Good Idea I want to improve I will have an A in my math grade geometry by the end of the 2nd quarter by turning in all assignments on time
Goal vs. Good Idea I need to drink more I will drink a water minimum of 5 glasses of water by 5pm each day.
Goals that stretch you Itis good to have goals that requre you to grow and to achieve and may make you a little uncomfortable.
Developing an action plan1. Set a specific realistic goal and write it down.2. List the steps you will take to visualize your goal.3. Identify sources of help and support4. Set a reasonable time frame for achieving your goal5. Evaluate your progress by establishing check points6. Reward yourself for achieving goal
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