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1 Your Health and Wellness Chapter 1Your Health and WellnessLesson 5Setting Health GoalsClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 1 AssessmentTeacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.Next >>
2 Something you hope to accomplish goalshort-term goallong-term goalSomething you hope to accomplishA goal that you plan to accomplish in a short timeA goal that you hope to accomplish within a period of months or yearsClick to reveal the definitions.
3 In this lesson, you will learn to explain why having goals is important.describe how to set goals.develop a strategy to reach your goals.
4 Comparing and Contrasting What do you think is the difference between a short-term and a long-term goal? What is an example of each?
5 Setting GoalsGoal setting is an important skill that will help you achieve and maintain good health.Some goals are broad, such as wanting to be happy or successful.Some goals are specific, such as getting a good grade on a test.goal Something you hope to accomplish
6 The two types of goals are: Short-term goal Long-term goal An example of a short-term goal is getting your homework done in time to watch a certain TV program.An example of a long-term goal is studying to be a veterinarian.short-term goal A goal that you plan to accomplish in a short timelong-term goal A goal that you hope to achieve within a period of months or years
7 Setting Goals in a Group Setting goals can be a challenge, especially when a whole group is involved.
8 Factors that influence setting goals include: Choosing GoalsFactors that influence setting goals include:Your InterestsYour SkillsYour AbilitiesWhat do you do well? What would you like to improve? Answering questions like these will help you choose goals you will want to work toward.Do a reality check. Is your goal realistic?Don’t sell yourself short. Select goals that will challenge you and don’t be afraid to aim high.Your PrioritiesYour Changing AbilitiesYour Responsibilities
9 Reaching Your Goals Make your goals specific List the steps to reach your goalGet help from othersEvaluate your progressReward yourselfMake your goals specificDon’t just say, “I want to be a better piano player.” Say, “I want to be able to play a certain piece of music without making any mistakes at my next recital.”List the steps to reach your goalBreak big goals down into smaller tasks.Get help from othersIdentify people who can help you achieve your goals.Identify sources of information, such as books as magazine articles.Evaluate your progressCheck periodically to see how well you’re progressing toward your goal.Seek feedback to find out if you should be doing something differently.If necessary, adjust your plan, or seek help.Reward yourselfTreat yourself in a special way, and celebrate your accomplishments.
10 Lesson 5 ReviewWhat I LearnedVocabulary Define short-term goal and long-term goal. Use each in an original sentence.A short-term goal can be accomplished in a short time; a long-term goal takes months or years to achieve. Sentences will vary, but should reflect an understanding of the terms.
11 What I Learned Describe Why is it important to set a realistic goal? Lesson 5 ReviewWhat I LearnedDescribe Why is it important to set a realistic goal?It is important to set realistic goals so that the goals can be achieved.
12 What I Learned Recall Describe each step in the goal-setting process. Lesson 5 ReviewWhat I LearnedRecall Describe each step in the goal-setting process.The steps in the goal-setting process are: choose a realistic goal, make your goals specific, list the steps to reach your goal, get help from others, evaluate your progress, and reward yourself when your goal is achieved.
13 Lesson 5 ReviewThinking CriticallyApply Seth’s long-term goal is to be a professional baseball player. What short-term goals could Seth set for himself to help him reach this goal?Sample answer: Seth could set a goal to make the school baseball team.
14 Lesson 5 ReviewThinking CriticallyHypothesize Sometimes goals need to be changed. What are some reasons a goal might need to be changed?Sample answer: A goal might need to be changed if your interests or abilities change.
15 Your Health and Wellness End ofChapter 1Your Health and WellnessLesson 5Setting Health GoalsClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 1 Assessment
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