Reflection: Real World Applications Working Towards a Year of Reading Development: Revisiting Goals - Section 2: Main Activity

 

During this discussion, I sometimes will talk about specific actions to reach goals as well as what the goal is. I notice that many students might have great goals but no real plan to accomplish them. So, at this point, I remind them that when a goal is set, you must also have steps to reach that goal, such as how many pages a day/week you will read, how much time will you read, where will you read, will you take notes after every few chapters or at the end of the book. This helps students remember to work towards their goal on a daily or weekly basis.

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Working Towards a Year of Reading Development: Revisiting Goals

Unit 10: Preparing for Reading
Lesson 10 of 13

Objective: SWBAT reevaluate goals and set new ones.

Big Idea: At the very beginning of the year, students set goals that may or not have been realistic. Now, they need to be reminded and possibly revise in order to continue their work towards becoming a better reader.

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