Teach goal setting to your students in Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, and homeschool with this pack of NO PREP printables for the content areas! Goal setting is an important skill for your class to learn! We strive to improve through the goals we set and through self-assessment and reflection. Students can learn about the goal setting process as they strive to meet goals in math, science, health, and social studies. This package comes with posters for your wall or bulletin board, three types of assessments, and booklets for your kids to record their ideas and brainstorm. Help your students with all steps of the goal setting process by using this goal setting package today!
All assessments now have four options:
a color 3 point scale,
a black and white 3 point scale,
a color 4 point scale, and
a black and white 4 point scale.
In addition, a student booklet has been added to this package of materials.
“Goal Setting in the Content Areas” is also found in the “Content Area Bundle,” and the “Goal Setting Bundle.”
The “Goal Setting in Content Areas” package NOW contains additional materials to support your students as they work on their content area goals. If you have already purchased this package of materials, please re-download to receive the additional materials at NO COST to you!
Included in this package of materials are:
posters that outline possible goal behaviours in the different arts ed areas,
teacher assessments, and
student booklets where students can record their thinking and ideas for each stage of the goal setting process. Different options are provided for the student booklet so you can tailor it to the needs of each student.
All materials are provided in both color and black an white.
Goal setting is an important skill for students to learn. Throughout our daily lives, we strive to improve through the goals we set. In the content areas, students can learn about the goal setting process as they problem solve, give presentations, and create other projects. There are seven steps to the goal setting process:
1. Determine the Goal
2. Establish a Baseline
3. Describe Success
4. Focus on the Goal
5. Track Progress
6. Assess Achievement
7. Reflect on Goal
Goal Setting in Content Areas: Problem Solving, Presentations, and Other Projects supports the following Saskatchewan curriculum outcomes: AR1.1, AR1.2, AR2.1, AR2.2, AR3.1, AR3.2
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Goal Setting in the Content Areas: Problem Solving, can be used alongside Content Area Trading Cards: Mini Anchor Charts and Self-Assessment Questions.