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Transcript of GCSE PE SMART targets

SMART - The Characteristics
M - measurable
It is easy to know when the goal has been achieved.

It needs to be easy to measure.

Linked to maths and data - visual not opinionated.

Glossary Test
What does each letter stand for in FITT? (4)

What is the definition of reversibility? (1)

What would be the main cause of reversibility? (1)


“People don’t need to set goals to reach gains in their training”

Think individually and then discuss with your partner an argument to both support and disagree with this statement.

Setting SMART Goals
SMART goal setting is very common in sport today.

It is an acronym - what do YOU think each letter stands for?

S - specific
Knowing exactly what the goal is.

Set smaller specific goals.

These act as a clear series of steps towards the overall (main) goal.

Current fitness levels should be evaluated before setting specific goals.

A - achievable
Setting unachievable targets is likely to result in feelings of demotivation.

This links with all of the other aspects of SMART.
R - realistic
A goal may well be achievable in theory, but it also needs to be achievable in practice.

T - time-bound
Is there an end point to the target.

This could simply be when you review your progress and adapt your aims.
S - specific

M - measurable

A - achievable

R - realistic

T - time-bound
Scenario 1 - Group Work
You are the head coach

Create SMART goals to improve your athlete's performance

USAIN BOLT - Commonwealth Games (Summer 2014)
MO FARAH - Commonwealth Games (Summer 2014)
WAYNE ROONEY - World Cup (Summer 2014)

You need to be able to justify why you have selected these goals
Scenario 2 - Individual Work
You are your own coach

Choose a sport that you play and create your own set of SMART targets.

Set one that is short term, one that is medium term and one that is long term.

Make sure you are SMART!!

Look at your partners SMART targets and evaluate these targets.

If possible, suggest a way to improve them.

Success Criteria:
A* = explain why you have chosen this goal and how to achieve it.

A – B: Targets are well thought out, achievable and with a timed criteria that are specific to the person. They should be explained with a realistic timeframe.

C – D: Can choose appropriate SMART targets and make sure that they match the SMART criteria.
Lesson Objectives
Know the characteristics of SMART goal setting

Understand when/how to apply these characteristics to certain scenarios

Be able to discuss the impact SMART targets have on different participants in different situations
Finally ....
Create 3 targets for yourself that relate to the GCSE PE course.

These 3 targets should be for this academic year.

Make sure you explain how each part of the SMART target is applicable.
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