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Transcript of Setting Goals
S - Specific
A - Actionable
R - Realistic
T - Timely
Goals need to be
detailed, exact, focused
- they should contain lots of information!
I will exercise 5 days a week for at least 30 minutes either running or lifting weights.
Can I reach this goal!!???
Is it attainable
Is it too broad?
What happens if I stop or give up?
Action plan, re-focus, re-evaluate the goal
S.M.A.R.T. GOAL CHALLENGE
Read the rubric and instructions OR or visit our website
Pick a SMART Goal and write a paragraph
Turn it in, get a SMART Bracelet
You are in charge of yourself!
Write about your goal on YellowJacket Fitness Blog (only if you want)!
Your goal for this year
This goal can be for anything
Why are goals important?????????
Mr. Finley's SMART Goal
Eating slowly 5 days a week until I lose 20lbs
Every meal I eat during the week needs to take
longer than 10 minutes
I will eat slowly
I will give myself the weekends to eat at a faster
pace because I may be around friends or family and I might forget my goal. Five week days is perfect and realistic for me
I will continue with this goal until I lose 20lbs
Opposite of specific... broad, wide,
vague- doesn't have much information
How can success be measured with this goal?
What are you going to DO??!!
Example- I'm going to run 20 miles a day,
5 days a week for the next two months.
Is this good or bad....?
Could possibly be good ..... why?
Sense of accomplishment
Intrinsic (internal) motivation
Goals can be both big and small
Start small then progress to bigger goals once
you have accomplished a few different goals
They build on each other
GLE- 1.3.1, 1.4.1, 4.1.1, 4.2.1,
NASPE- Standard 3
CCSS- WHST.6.10, RST.9-10.9,
goal for middle school students, especially for the PE test (running portion). Example- I will run and jog ______ every day, if I cannot run or jog, I will ______ the rest of that _____ until I can run the entire _____ without stopping.
Specific to you!
Stand Up for a Thinner America
Can you look back at what you did and
see when and where you were on or off track?
Can I achieve this goal in an amount
of time that works for me- it can't be too long OR too short....
How long your goal is going to be?
It needs to have a
*remember- it needs to be...specific, measurable, action, and realistic
I will start walking each day for at least 30 minutes, I will also ADD in an extra 5 minutes of running each week. I will continue this goal until I can run for 30 minutes non-stop. I will then re-evaluate and start a new goal!
First- ask yourself
are you setting this goal?
Sports, health, emotional health, feel better
about yourself, lifetime wellness
Must contain numerical values that can be measured
Get with a partner and find a place to stand around the room
Be prepared to answer questions about SMART goals
When your group is called on you have 5 seconds to brainstorm an answer
If you answer incorrectly take your seats
If you answer correctly remain standing
Rubric/ directions for the bracelet challenge
Is this a good or bad example?
I will start getting fit by exercising more often
I will start exercising 5 days a week for at least 30 minutes. I will either lift weights or do some cardio exercises.
What are some other forms of measurement?
Get with a partner and come up with
3 different forms of measurement- can you think of anything unique? (something no other group has thought of)
Fill in the blank
Once you ________ your goal you will have more self ________ and it will make you feel _______ about yourself
What elements of SMART does this goal contain?
Groups share their paragraphs
Where is S.M.A.R.T.
What if it is taking really long?
What needs to be added to this goal?
Who is this goal best suited for?
Parent who has little time to exercise
Student who just started cross country
Top track athlete
Group of adults in a running club
WRITE YOUR ANSWER DOWN!