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SMART Goal 
Choose a personal S.M.A.R.T goal related to health and wellness. Clearly define the goal, by explaining how each part of the statement is S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely.
Rubric Code: G2X8ACW
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Subject: English  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric SMART GOALS MARKING PERIOD 3
  Level 4

100 pts

Level 3

(N/A)

Level 2

85 pts

Level 1

50 pts

SMART goal and definitions

Level 4

The S.M.A.R.T goal and definition is extremely clear and very well defined.
Level 3

The S.M.A.R.T goal and definition is clear.
Level 2

The S.M.A.R.T goal and definition is somewhat unclear.
Level 1

The S.M.A.R.T goal and definition is not complete
Behavior & Work Ethic

Level 4

The student comes up with multiple behaviour characteristics that will assist or explain potential barriers.
The student describes his/her effort and work ethic clearly and with great detail.
Level 3

The student comes up with a sufficient number of behaviour characteristics that will assist or explain potential barriers.
The student describes his/her effort and work ethic clearly and with some detail.
Level 2

The students comes up with some behaviour characteristics that could assist or somewhat explains potential barriers.
The student describes his/her effort and work ethic with some detail.
Level 1

The student has come up with limited behaviour characteristics that will may or may not assist or explain potential barriers.
The student describes his/her effort and work ethic with limited or no detail.
How to get there.

Level 4

The student designs a clear strategy for attaining his or her goals including many short term goals.
There are many different brainstorming ideas presented.
Level 3

The student designs a strategy for attaining his or her goals including some short term goals.
There are a few different brainstorming ideas presented.
Level 2

The student designs an unclear strategy for attaining his or her goals.
The plan does not have any short term goals.
There are some brainstorming ideas presented.
Level 1

The student does not have a strategy for attaining his or her goal.
There are limited brainstorming ideas presented.
Completeness

Level 4

The student has completed all parts of the SMART Goal worksheet. It has been completed neatly, colour has been added and many details have been included.
Level 3

The student has completed all parts of the SMART Goal worksheet. It has been completed neatly, some colour has been added and some details have been included.
Level 2

The student has completed most parts of the SMART Goal worksheet. It has been completed somewhat neatly, colour has been added in certain areas and some details have been included.
Level 1

The student has completed limited parts of the SMART Goal worksheet. It has not been completed neatly, colour has not been added and many details have been not been included.



Keywords:
  • phys ed goals, SMART







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