Reflection: Student Ownership Setting Goals - Section 6: Closing


I am hoping this activity gives students the sense that this is a new start and that they can take specific steps for them to feel more accomplished at the end of this semester. The specific list of steps I asked them to come up with pushes them to create a full plan. It also helps them reflect on habits they need to improve, as suggested in these sample student goals.

  Student Ownership: Setting Goals
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Setting Goals

Unit 13: Transcendentalism
Lesson 13 of 13

Objective: SWBAT engage in the main domains of ELA work and get back into the rhythm of eleventh grade English by reading a text, writing a response, and discussing their response. SWBAT reflect on their academic performance of the previous semester by setting goals and creating an action plan.

Big Idea: Setting goals is important regardless of the time of the year.

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