January Goal Settings

The important things were the computers that were provided in school. It made a huge difference after elementary ended. We get are own blogs and other stuff and I think the amount of responsibility got really high. Even the knowledge and grading was important too. In my personal life I think that standing up by myself got really important. The responsibility got higher as I said and figuring out things by myself also changed my life.

What was good or special was I got pretty good grades in my assignments in school. I also think that I was eventually able to figure things out by myself rather than doing nothing. I also think I had more confidence in myself.

I think I grew and changed by managing things and having responsibility in myself and figuring things out. I think I grew by having Cross Country for my activities. I was in the team so I think that it has been a bit more strict and I think that also the computers really made me grew because I have homework on my computer and have lots of homework.

I learned that we get grades on our assessments because in elementary, we didn’t so I learned that I need for effort in my work and everything.

We went to Field Studies to Hakuba and I think we had lots of responsibility to do everything by ourselves. We did canoeing and had things that we didn’t experience so it was interesting.

My first goal is to have sentences make sense because I think I need to improve on my language. The benefits are that I can get more good grades. I’ll achieve my goal by reading more books and getting more knowledge.

My second goal is to figure things out more quickly. Its important because I won’t be able to do anythings so I need to be quick. The benefits are I can do things quick. I’ll achieve my goals by remembering things quick and doing it right now.

My final goal is to be more responsible. Its important because I would have things disorganized. The benefits are I can be organized and not loose things. What I’ll do to achieve my goal is to be efficient and have things organized.