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2 GOAL SETTING By Ken Brodzinski Teacher Page>>

3 WHAT IS A GOAL? A goal is something you aim for that takes planning and work.

4 Why should I have goals? People who identify and work at achieving goals feel more satisfaction with themselves and with their lives.

5 How many goals should I have? Goals are best kept few in number. One or two goals per year are adequate.

6 How many goals should I have? Remember? One or two goals per year are adequate.

7 Well-formed goals are: Specific Timely Measurable Worthwhile Realistic

8 use your and your journal. Now let’s

9 List four personal goals Losing weight Doing well on a test Win the lottery Keeping your room clean

10 Well-formed goals are: Specific Precise goals will let you gauge your progress.

11 Are these goals specific? Losing weight Doing well on a test Win the lottery Keeping your room clean YES

12 Well formed goals are: Measurable You know when you have achieved your goal.

13 Are these goals measurable? Losing weight Doing well on a test Win the lottery Keeping your room clean YES

14 Well-formed goals are: Worthwhile Worthwhile goals build self- esteem and confidence.

15 Are these goals worthwhile? Losing weight Doing well on a test Win the lottery Keeping your room clean YES

16 Well formed goals are: Realistic Goals have to be perceived as reachable.

17 Are these goal realistic? Losing weight Doing well on a test Win the lottery Keeping your room clean YES NO YES

18 Well-formed goals are: Timely Goals should have some immediate or short term importance.

19 Are these goals timely? Losing weight Doing well on a test Win the lottery Keeping your room clean YES

20 Goals should be within your area of control. Why?

21 When goals are set within your area of control, you can be accountable for: Implementing the plan, Meeting the agreed standards, and achieving the goal.

22 Recommendation Goals should not be set in areas beyond your control or influence. Are these within your control? No!!

23 Recommendation Goals should not be set in areas beyond your control or influence. Is this within your control? Yes!!

24 Recommendation Goals should not be set in areas beyond your control or influence. Now things are looking better!!!

25 Why should I have goals? People who identify and work at achieving goals feel more satisfaction with themselves and with their lives.

26 GOOD LUCK!! MAY YOU REACH ALL YOUR GOALS!!

27 TEACHER PAGE OBJECTIVES: 1. Define the term “Goal”. 2. Understand the purpose of goals in everyday life. 3.Understand the characteristics of well-formed goals. ACTIVITY: 1. The students will be required to use their journals. 2.They will apply basic problem-solving skills. PROCESS: 1. The teacher will click through twenty-six slides. 2. Each slide is self explanatory, but the teacher should preview the lesson prior to presentation. RELATED ACTIVITY: 1. The class could set two goals using the information given in this unit.

28 JOURNAL OUTLINE I. List four personal goals. Are these goals- Specific? Measurable? Realistic? Timely? Within your control?


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