Other People’s Goals<br />
Other People’s Goals<br />We will look at a number of examples of goals.<br />For each goal, decide:<br />Is it SMART?<br ...
Other People’s Goals<br />Kumar has a Geography project due at the end of the month.  He would like to finish it this week...
Other People’s Goals<br />Nathan wants to buy a car as soon as he gets his driver’s licence.  He will also have to pay ins...
Groups of 2<br />Change each goal to make it SMART.  <br />When you have finished writing your SMART goal, label the part ...
Personal Goal (Individual)<br />Think of 3 or more goals you would like to achieve for yourself.  Choose goals that have a...
Personal Goal (Individual)<br />Share your goal with the class. (wire it on the board)<br />Make your goal SMART<br />Crea...
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March 02 other people’s goals

  1. 1. Other People’s Goals<br />
  2. 2. Other People’s Goals<br />We will look at a number of examples of goals.<br />For each goal, decide:<br />Is it SMART?<br />What are some possible obstacles that might slow the progress to achieving this goal?<br />How could the person deal with / overcome / reduce the effect of these obstacles?<br />
  3. 3. Other People’s Goals<br />Kumar has a Geography project due at the end of the month. He would like to finish it this week.<br />Laura is learning how to play the guitar. She wants to be ready to play in a band in the talent show next month.<br />Jennifer wants to be named “Employee of the Month” at her part-time job in a fast food restaurant. She is determined to win this honour in the next three months.<br />
  4. 4. Other People’s Goals<br />Nathan wants to buy a car as soon as he gets his driver’s licence. He will also have to pay insurance, of course. He has two years to save $1200.<br />Jamela has gained 5kg over the summer. She felt that she was already 5kg overweight. She has decided to lose 10kg.<br />Jason has a habit of losing his temper at home and at school. He has decided to learn to “keep his cool”.<br />
  5. 5. Groups of 2<br />Change each goal to make it SMART. <br />When you have finished writing your SMART goal, label the part that makes it Specific (S), Measureable (M), and so on.<br />
  6. 6. Personal Goal (Individual)<br />Think of 3 or more goals you would like to achieve for yourself. Choose goals that have a term of more than 6 months.<br />Share them with your partner.<br />
  7. 7. Personal Goal (Individual)<br />Share your goal with the class. (wire it on the board)<br />Make your goal SMART<br />Create a picture that shows (like the example) :<br />Your goal.<br />Each letter of the SMART acronym with the word it represents<br />Next to each letter, re-write the part of your goal that satisfies that part of SMART<br />

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