Making SMART Goals Worksheet

Updated: 7/23/2021
Making SMART Goals Worksheet
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Setting Goals Lesson Plans

Goal Setting and SMART Goals

Lesson Plans by Patrick Healey

Understanding and mastering proper goal setting techniques will help students effectively hone in on interests and desires. Keeping yourself motivated to reach long term goals is a hurdle all individuals must accomplish to reach their intended outcome. A dream is a goal without any action plan, but dreams can easily become achievable goals. Following the SMART goals format, students will be able to develop their goals and understand the factors that go into achieving them.


Setting Goals

Storyboard Description

Have students create a SMART goal and then check in with them later to see how they're doing on their way to achieving their goals!

Storyboard Text

  • Name Date
  • Tracking My Goals
  • Directions: Create a SMART goal you would like to accomplish this year. Then, check in with your progress, keeping in mind the "Measurable" aspect of your goal.
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  • Specific: Define your goal in as much detail as possible. Think about who, what, where, and when.
  • Measurable: track the outcome and your progress.
  • Action: What will you do to achieve your goal?
  • Time-Oriented: How long will it take to complete?
  • Realistic: Is your goal achievable?
  • Goalpost Check In: What steps have you taken toward your goal? What else is there left to do? How much longer do you believe it will take to achieve your goal?
  • For Later