Purpose: To set a learning goal for school, friendships, sports and personal.
WALT: Set Smart Goals
S.M.A.R.T. means Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time-sensitive.
Specific: Don’t be vague. What exactly do you want?
Measurable: Quantify your goal. How will you know if you’ve achieved it or not?
Attainable: Be honest with yourself about what you can reasonably accomplish at this point in your life, taking into consideration your current responsibilities.
Realistic: It’s got to be doable, real and practical.
Time: Associate a time frame with each goal. When should you complete the goal?
Criteria: I can write 4 learning goals that are
Overall, how well do you think your learning partner has done?
My writing goal is to... Organise and group ideas into paragraphs using links within and between paragraphs
The reason I have decided to focus on this goal is because... I need to have more paragraphs to show where one idea starts and ends
I will accomplish my goal by... Making sure I have my ideas in order. I will do this by the end of term 3.
My reading goal is to... Use strategies independently across a range of tricky texts
The reason I have decided to focus on this goal is because... So I can understand tricky text.
I will accomplish my goal by... Talking to others, diagrams, highlight the tricky text and underline the main idea. I will do this by the middle of term 3.
My maths goal is to... Apply part-whole strategies to larger problems
The reason I have decided to focus on this goal is because... To get better at large problems.
I will accomplish my goal by... Splitting and adding. I will do this by the end of term 3.