Setting Goals: Plan of Action

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A long term goal may not be achieved for a year or longer. Although the end is far, action may be nearer than students realize. Ask students to reflect back to the previous activity. Have them remember the idea of progression and then read them this scenario.

Jim wants to run his own company. He wants to run a small IT company in the town he grew up it. His long term goal is to be able to support his family while creating jobs and opportunities for others. Currently Jim is in high school. He needs help with his action plan. In the next three cells, depict what Jim should do next for him to be able to achieve his goal.

After they read this scenario, have the students create a storyboard that identifies three actions Jim can take toward achieving his long term goal.. Long term goals may seem overwhelming and stressful. Action plans can relieve that stress and turn something scary into something achievable. This helps reinforce the learning object from the last activity. You may also ask students to do this exercise for their own long term goal as an extended or self reflection activity.


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Jim wants to run his own company. He wants to run a small IT company in the town he grew up on. His long term goal is to be able to support his family while creating jobs and opportunities for others. Currently, Jim is in high school and he needs help with his action plan. In the next three cells, depict what Jim should do next for him to be able to achieve his goal.

  1. Click "Start Assignment".
  2. In the first blank cell, create a visual of Jim’s first action step to achieve his long term goal with a title and description.
  3. Create a visual of his second action step to achieve his long term goal with a title and description.
  4. Finally create a visual of Jim’s third action step to achieve his long term goal with a title and description.
  5. Save and submit the assignment.
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