7th & 8th Grade PLP

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PLP Goals


Part I: Academic Goals


  1. Imagine! Think about the future! Imagine yourself far, far in your future life. You are an adult. Think about what career/job you imagine yourself doing. Think about what you picture your life to be like. Draw an image of yourself in your future life in the box below. Explain in the box below your picture what we are seeing.
































  1. Connect! Next, connect this to your current classes. What classes here at HMS and/or in high school, could help you in your future life? How could they help? Make a list of helpful subjects below. Include at least one reason next to each one.


Subject

Reason






















  1. Break it Down! Okay, next let’s break this down further. What actions could you take EVERY DAY to improve in and/or challenge yourself in one or more of the subjects you listed above? Make a list of possible actions below.


Example: To improve in math class, I will show my work on each problem.

Example: To improve my singing skills, I will warm up my voice before singing.











  1. Choose! Choose two of these actions from the list you brainstormed. These are now your academic goals going into the next grade level!

Part II: Personal Goal


  1. Reflect! Think about the answers to the following questions as you reflect.

~ What do you think makes a good friend?






~ What habits make a person physically and emotionally healthy?






~ What makes someone an effective teammate (in classroom and in outside

activities)?






~ What’s the best way to make positive change?






~Is there anything about yourself you would like to work on?






  1. Goal Time! Now’s the time to choose one thing you’d like to work on for yourself. This is not an academic goal. This is about you as a person. This is your personal goal.







Something Else to Consider:
Test scores are another piece of the puzzle.
Fall i-Ready Goals
What was my          i-Ready diagnostic scaled score for Reading in the fall?   What are my strengths in Reading? What are my areas of need in Reading?
     
What was my          i-Ready diagnostic scale score for Math in the fall?        What are my strengths in Math? What are my areas of need in Math?
     

What steps will I take to improve my areas of need in Reading?
  
What steps will I take to improve my areas of need in Math?

Winter Follow Up  

What was my          i-Ready diagnostic scale score for Reading in the winter?      Am I on track to make my goals for Reading?  What can I do to help me reach my goals in Reading?     
 
   
 



What was my          i-Ready diagnostic scale score for Math in the winter?      Did I make my goals for Math?  What did I do that helped me meet my goals in Math?     
 
   
 


Spring Follow Up  


What was my          i-Ready diagnostic scale score for Reading in the spring?      Did I make my goals for Reading?   What did I do that helped me meet my goals in Reading?  What can I do next year that will help me meet my goals in Reading?   
 
    



What was my          i-Ready diagnostic scale score for Math in the spring?      Did I make my goals for Math?   What did I do that helped me meet my goals in Math?  What can I do next year that will help me meet my goals in Math?   
 
    





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