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Here are “10 Steps to Better Grades”

Subject:

Other  

Grades:

9, 10, 11, 12  

Title – 10 Steps to Better Grades – Teachable Moment
By – John Bishop
Primary Subject – Other
Grade Level – 9 – 12

Message:

      Dreams are your “door opener” to opportunity. The key is turning the dreams into a plan and then taking action on the plan.
    When used properly dreams are a springboard to your future success. They are your tools for self-exploration and will provide you with ideas, enthusiasm, and determination.

Here’s how to turn your dream of higher grades into positive results:

      1. Dreams increases inspiration – Challenge to actively think about getting higher grades.

      2. Inspiration increases ambition – Challenge to dedicate yourself to getting them.

      3. Ambition increases desire – Dare to ask someone to help you.

      4. Desire increases enthusiasm – Dare to think positively about getting higher grades.

      5. Enthusiasm increases motivation – Dare to tell others about your excitement.

      6. Motivation increases planning – Dare to clearly define your challenge or desire. What grade do you want? Which subject?

      7. Planning increase goal setting – Dare to write down your goal, add specific action steps and a completion date.

      8. Goal setting increases determination – Confront to move closer to your goal by completing your action steps that move you closer to your goal.

      9. Determination increases action – Dare to take positive action on your dreams.

      10. Action increases results – Congratulate yourself on a job well done.

You are a WINNER!

Make sure your dreams are telling you that on a regular basis.

Suggestions for implementation:

      1. If dreams are the door opener to opportunity, then what can you do to ensure your dreams are positive? Discuss your ideas with your family or friends.
    2. Finish this statement: My actions today will _______________.

Questions for discussion:

      1. Of the ten items listed above, which do you think is the most important?
      2. Which item needs some additional attention on your part?
    3. How can your friends help you?

Please visit www.TeachingMoments.com for more character education ideas.

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