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Setting Goals (Grade 9)

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Setting Goals

1. 
Doug set a goal to run a 10 minute mile by the end of this year. This is a:
  1. long range goal
  2. short range goal
2. 
Rachel is in 7th grade now and set a goal to play basketball in high school. This is a:
  1. long range goal
  2. short range goal
  3. regular goal
3. 
An example of a long term goal is:
  1. Run 100 yards
  2. Do 5 push ups
  3. Jog 5 minutes
  4. Run a marathon
4. 
When setting a goal, you should...
  1. set your goal as high as possible
  2. set your goal to a realistic amount
  3. set your goal the same as a classmate
  4. set your goal as low as possible
5. 
What is the most important factor in goal setting?
  1. analyzing where your friends are
  2. getting advice from friends to reach your goal
  3. having the desire to improve
  4. stopping once you have achieved your goal
6. 
Making a detailed plan to reach your goals is:
  1. a very important step to take for a goal setter
  2. excellent, but mostly for athletes
  3. primarily for beginners
  4. setting yourself up for failure
7. 
Which definition matches the word "step" as used in the sentence?
He finished the last step towards earning his certificate.
  1. The movement of raising one foot and putting it down.
  2. An action taken to achieve a goal.
  3. To press the foot down or against.
  4. None of the above.
8. 
Your goal when receiving criticism should be to find the true purpose of those comments that are painful at first. Then, if possible, use the advice to ensure that you succeed. Criticism can be as painful to give as it is to receive. Your only goal when giving criticism should be to help someone.

According to the paragraph above, criticism should cause you to become better at what ever you attempt, not cause you to criticize others.
  1. True
  2. False
9. 
The synonym of goal is:
  1. object
  2. objective
  3. score
10. 
A goal is something desired, an aim.
  1. True
  2. False
11. 
to strive for a goal:
  1. aspire
  2. coordinated
  3. ignoramus
  4. melodious
12. 
A set of directions that you work toward and hope to achieve.
  1. indirect pressure
  2. goal
  3. collaborate
  4. action plan
  5. resource
13. 
To work together for a common goal:
  1. cooperate
  2. tantrum
  3. discipline
  4. adult
14. 
The drive to seek a goal is called:
  1. emotion
  2. drive
  3. motivation
  4. longing
15. 
                  -(v.) to move around without a plan or goal; to get lost
16. 
Something that you can use to help you achieve a goal.
  1. collaborate
  2. consequence
  3. peer pressure
  4. resource
  5. refusal skill
17. 
                       to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excellent or far beyond the current state
18. 
Fill in the blank with an appropriate word.

The baby was                         in his goal; he was willing to try his best to eat the entire watermelon!
19. 
Accomplish
  1. to bring to its goal or conclusion; carry out; perform; finish
  2. given for honor only, without the usual requirements, duties, privileges, etc.
  3. the state of being devoted to ask or purpose; having single-minded loyalty or integrity
  4. without any name acknowledged, as that of author, or the like
20. 
1. Something that follows a set tradition                  
2. To dive in suddenly                     
3. If someone is your enemy, they are your               
4. Very beautiful and impressive                             
5. A sudden change in the way things have been, usually political in nature                           
6. If something is poured out in a very fast and forceful way, it                   out.
7. When something is reflecting light to seem sparkly; glimmering, it is                           
8. What is a plan for reaching a goal?                       
9. When you withdraw from an attack, you are                           
10.If something or someone comes from legends, or is well known, they are                         
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