What is Your SMART Goal?

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SMART Goals

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Activity Overview


When we ask students to think about their goals and dreams in life, many times you get general statements without a feasible plan to accomplish them. Reinforcing the specific characteristics in creating SMART goals will help students form an outline to achieve their goals. After covering the different aspects of SMART goals, students will create a storyboard visualizing their goal


SSpecific
MMeasurable
AAction
RRealistic
TTime

Goals should be specific. Eliminating vague desired outcomes will help focus the next steps. Goals should be measurable. How will you know when your goal is achieved? Action is the next aspect. What do you have to do in order to reach your goal. Realistic is the fourth part of a SMART goal. Is your goal doable? Finally, the last aspect is time. How much time will you need to achieve your goal.


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Student Instructions

Create a visual representation of your SMART goal in a storyboard.

  1. Click "Start Assignment".
  2. Define each definition of the titles in the description box below each cell.
  3. Come up with a goal you have and create a visual representation in the S cell. Briefly describe it in the description box.
  4. Create a picture of how you will measure your goal in the M cell. Briefly describe it in the description box.
  5. Create a picture of the actions you’ll take to achieve your goal in the A cell. Briefly describe it in the description box.
  6. Create a picture of a realistic way you’ll achieve your goal in the R cell. Briefly describe it in the description box.
  7. Create a picture of the time it’ll take to achieve your goal in the T cell. Briefly describe it in the description box.
  8. Save and submit the assignment.
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