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Goal setting will be one of the most important things that you do this year.
Goals should be:
What do I want to accomplish? How will I do it?
How will I know if I reached my goal?
Can I see myself acomplishing this goal? Can it be broken down into manageable pieces?
Is this goal too hard? Too easy?
What is my timeline or target for reaching this goal?
Here are some
I will improve my speaking skills by talking in English with my neighbor four days a week for 15 minutes each day.
I will develop my reading skills by reading the newspaper in English every day for fifteen minutes.
I will write 20 new vocabulary words in my journal each week and review pronunciation and meaning for 30 minutes a day for 4 days a week.
I will work on my listening skills by listening to radio commercials three days a week for 15 minutes and try to comprehend three details about each commercial.
Watch this video and listen to details on how to write a SMART goal.
Now, you try it.
In your journal
, write down four goals that you want to accomplish this year.
They can be related to speaking, listening, reading, or writing.
They can a also be a combination of any two skills.
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