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Semester:
Name:
Advisor:
Advisory: Goal-Setting and Tracking Sheet
Use the area below to create a quadruple-line graph that tracks your grade in your four core classes (language arts, math, science, social studies) each week. Be sure to
create labels for the x- and y-axes. Color-code the key so you know which class is represented by each color on the graph. Also, be sure to give your graph a title.
Key
= language arts
= science
= math
= social studies
100
95
90
85
80
75
70
<70
Week 3
Week 6
Week 9
Week 12
Week 15
Week 18
Create a bar graph that shows total number of absences, every 3 weeks, for each class period. Please create a key similar to the one above.
In place of the 4 core classes, use periods 1-6.
10
8
6
4
2
0
Week 3
Week 6
Week 9
Week 12
Week 15
Week 18
Semester:
Name:
Advisor:
Advisory: Goal-Setting and Tracking Sheet
Use the area below to create a quadruple-line graph that tracks your grade in your four core classes (language arts, math, science, social studies) each week. Be sure to
create labels for the x- and y-axes. Color-code the key so you know which class is represented by each color on the graph. Also, be sure to give your graph a title.
Key
= language arts
= science
= math
= social studies
100
95
90
85
80
75
70
<70
Week 3
Week 6
Week 9
Week 12
Week 15
Week 18
Create a bar graph that shows total number of absences, every 3 weeks, for each class period. Please create a key similar to the one above.
In place of the 4 core classes, use periods 1-6.
10
8
6
4
2
0
Week 3
Week 6
Week 9
Week 12
Week 15
Week 18
Before you set goals, think about what you are good at in school and what areas you struggle in or challenge you. Identify three strengths and two weaknesses.
Try to be specific. (Don’t just say reading; instead, say figuring out what words mean in a sentence.)
Strengths
Weaknesses
1.
1.
2.
2.
3.
Think about what you would like to accomplish this semester. What goals do you want to set for yourself? Is there one
SMART Goals
particular class you struggle with? Do you have trouble getting your work turned in or coming to school each day?
S = Specific
(Identify what class, what
Maybe you struggle to understand what you read or to write complete sentences. Set two SMART goals for yourself
skill, etc. Do not just say I want to
this semester. Then we will evaluate how you are doing and whether we need to adjust the goals or set new ones.
do better.)
M = Measurable
(There needs to be a
Goal #1:
_________________________________________________________________________________________
way to check if you met your goal.
Does your goal answer how many
_________________________________________________________________________________________
or by how much?)
A = Attainable
(Your goal should
Goal #2:
_________________________________________________________________________________________
challenge you but not be impossible
)
to achieve.
_________________________________________________________________________________________
R = Relevant
(Does it fit you and your
Goal __:
________________________________________________________________________________________
needs. Don’t just copy someone
else’s goal.)
_________________________________________________________________________________________
T = Timely
(Set a time limit. Will it take
you the whole semester? Half a
Goal Evaluation
: Evaluate how close you have come to meeting your goals so far. If you have met your goal,
semester?)
congratulate yourself and then set a new one. The ultimate goal is to always keep improving. If you didn’t meet your
goal, don’t get down on yourself. What new things can you do to help you meet your goal?
Before S/P/T Conferences:
How do you measure up to your goal at this point? __________________________________________________________________________________
How have you improved? _______________________________________________________________________________________________________
What do you need to do differently? ______________________________________________________________________________________________
At the end of the semester:
How do you measure up at this point? _____________________________________________________________________________________________
How have you improved? _______________________________________________________________________________________________________
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