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Lesson Title

Have a plan

Teacher

Kaitlyn Smith

Unit
7 Habits of Happy Kids
Date
February 2, 2015
Learning Objectives
Life Learning Choices
GLOs
L3-4 identify the steps of the goal-setting process, and apply these components to
SLOs
short-term personal goals

Students Will:

Students will learn how to set goals and the steps they would need to take to achieve
their goals

Assessment
Key Questions:
Can students set out the necessary steps to meet their goal?
Products/
Worksheet
Performances
Learning Resources Consulted
Materials Used
Learnalberta.ca Alberta Program of
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWY20X4u71w
studies
Worksheet
Procedure
Attention Grabber
Assessment of
Prior Knowledge
Expectations for
Learning and
Behaviour
Advance
Organizer/Agenda
Transition to Body

Introduction
Show the video
Ask students when they have begun with the end in mind.

Time
1 min
30 sec

Students should be positive and cooperative with self and others.


Students should contribute to discussion or activity.
After the video we are going to do a new sheet and talk about what we want
to be when we grow up and our plan to get there.
Have students watch the video

1 min

Learning Activity
#1

Watch video and discuss why it is important to make lists and have a plan
before doing something.

10 min

Assessment
/Differentiation

Formative- through observation and discussion: student is


able to give an example of beginning with the end in mind.
Student shows an understanding of what it means to have a
plan.

30 sec

Differentiation:
Some students may benefit from a discussion with their
peer instead of the whole class.
Break down concepts for some students who are struggling
to grasp it all at once.
Learning Activity
#2

Have students fill out worksheet have them create a classroom goal
( have so many tacks at the end of each day, keep their desk clean, always
have their agenda) and then make a plan how are they going to reach
that goal.

Assessment
/Differentiation

Formative- Student understands what it means you set a


goal and the steps to reach that goal.
Differentiation:
There is an area to draw a picture for those who struggle
with writing.
Break down concepts for some students who are struggling

13 min

to grasp it all at once.


Closure
Assessment for
Learning
Feedback from
Students
Feedback to
Students
Transition to Next
Lesson
Reflection

Ask students if they can use this habit in their daily life. When could/would
they do this?
Fist to four
Tell students what you thought about their behaviour and what they did well
today.
Next lesson we are going to move onto habit 3

Time
1 min
1 min
1 min
1 min