Goal Setting Term 4 – 13/10/2014

Students will set goals for term 4. Each student must set a realistic reading, writing and maths goal. These goals must be targeted at improving the students’ work. Students will also complete an active learner goal. Use the active learner anchor chart in the class to help write this gaol. Students will write these goals on a piece of paper and hopefully have time to write them on the blog (a comment on this post) at some stage during the week.

5 thoughts on “Goal Setting Term 4 – 13/10/2014

  1. Tristans’ Goal Setting!!!

    Writing- To be able to structure any writing genre with the correct descriptive language.

    Maths- To be able to get all of my maths sums correct for maths rotations.

    Reading- To be able to write and structure correctly a descriptive SQ3R on my independent reading book.

    Active Learner- To be able to not get distracted or to distract others for a minimum of two class sessions.
    Author: Tristan Platt

  2. MAHNEE’S TERM 4 GOAL SETTING

    Reading- To be able to correctly structure a Talk To The Author, using my thinking about the book.

    Writing- To be able to include powerful language to make my piece of writing sound more engaging.

    Maths- To be able to gain a better understanding of positive and negative numbers.

    Active Learner- To be able to focus on the task we are given, without getting distracted by another student in the room.

  3. GOALS!

    Reading: I am going to use greater detail in my responses.
    Writing: I would like to try doing a narrative.
    Maths: I would like to practice my 12 times tables so I can perfect them and hopefully beat Tristan at math champs.
    Active learner: I will try to stay on task at all times.

  4. Term 4 Goals

    Reading-To be able to complete a well-structured O.W.I response following all of the expectations.

    Writing-To follow the Writing Process and build up my Writer’s Gift.

    Maths-To practice my times tables at home, so that I know them off-by-heart.

    Active Learner-To be able to complete my work at a good standard without getting distracted.

  5. Doyle’s Goal Setting!!

    My reading goal is to be able to not get distracted during reading by not talking to other people.

    My writing goal is to be able to try and put descriptive writing all throughout my writing.

    My maths goal is to be able to do 50 sums per day of multiplication in Mrs Smythe’s rotation.

    My active reading goal is to be able to independently problem solve.

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