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Make Decisions. 9 th Grade Progress Monitoring. Microsoft Office, 2011. SMARTER Goals. Revisit the goals that you made last class. Evaluate your progress toward the goal. Are there any action steps/ to-dos you can check off on your to-do list in Family Connection?

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Make decisions

Make Decisions

9th Grade

Progress Monitoring

Microsoft Office, 2011


Smarter goals
SMARTER Goals

  • Revisit the goals that you made last class.

    • Evaluate your progress toward the goal.

      • Are there any action steps/ to-dos you can check off on your to-do list in Family Connection?

      • Have you achieved any of your short-term goals?

      • Do you need to modify any of your goals or add any new action steps to help you reach your goals?

    • What persistence strategies did you use since the last class? How did they work?

Microsoft, 2011


Objective
Objective

  • Today’s objective is to:

    • To learn a process for solving problems and making decisions.

      • Another persistence strategy is using a problem solving strategy to overcome challenges you encounter.

      • This problem solving process can be applied to any type of problem in high school, college, and beyond

      • The process helps you make decisions about what to do or try next.


Pre test
Pre-Test

  • What is step 1 of the problem solving process?

  • What is step 2 of the problem solving process?

  • What is step 3 of the problem solving process?

  • What is step 4 of the problem solving process?

  • What is step 5 of the problem solving process?



Problem solving process
Problem Solving Process

Step 1: Stop! Think about the problem or situation.

Step 2: What are some choices?

Step 3: Choose one.

Step 4: Do it.

Step 5: How did it work?

Christenson et al., 2008


Applying the process
Applying the Process

Step 1: What were some of the problems that Goldilocks encountered?

Step 2: What were some of the choices she had to solve the problem?

Step 3: What did she choose first?

Step 4: What did she do?

Step 5: How did it work?


Scenarios activity
Scenarios Activity

  • Form groups of 3-4 people

  • Read your scenario aloud to the group

  • Go through the problem solving process steps 1-3 for the scenario.

    • What is the problem?

    • What are some possible solutions?

    • Which solution would you choose and why?

      • Choose a recorder to take notes

      • Choose a reporter to share with the class


Your turn
Your Turn

  • On your own paper, use the problem solving process to think through a problem you are currently facing in school or one that is likely to arise.

  • Record your thoughts.

Microsoft, 2011


Post test
Post-Test

  • What is step 1 of the problem solving process?

  • What is step 2 of the problem solving process?

  • What is step 3 of the problem solving process?

  • What is step 4 of the problem solving process?

  • What is step 5 of the problem solving process?


Review
Review

Step 1: Stop! Think about the problem.

Step 2: What are some choices?

Step 3: Choose one.

Step 4: Do it.

Step 5: How did it work?


Discuss
Discuss

  • What are the potential benefits of using this problem solving process?

  • How can this process help you persist in meeting your goals?

  • What are some things that might get in the way of using a process like this?

  • Use the process at least once before the next class and be ready to discuss how it went.


References
References

  • Melendez, B. (1984). Goldilocks and the Three Bears. On Gossamer Productions. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mS3nN6PH96Y

  • Microsoft Office Images. (2011). Retrieved from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/

    • Christenson, S. L., Thurlow, M. L., Sinclair, M. F., Lehr, C. A., Kaibel, C. M., Reschly, A. L., Mavis, A., Pohl, A. (2008). Check & Connect: A comprehensive student engagement intervention manual. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration.