39. Setting goals for language skills (1/2)

Think about what you would like to achieve in your language studies in general upper secondary school. You can start by going over the letter you wrote for your future self in task 1.

  1. How would you like to develop in different languages? What would you like to know and be able to do by the time you graduate? What are you aims when it comes to language proficiency?
  • Goal 1:
  • Goal 2:
  • (You can list as many goals as feels appropriate.)

Achieving these objectives requires planning. What steps do you need to take to achieve your goals? Concrete steps are easier to think about when you break your goals down into smaller steps.

  1. Try to break your goals down into smaller chunks. For example, if you would like to speak a language more fluently, consider what components of speech make a speaker seem more fluent.
  • Goal 1:
  • Goal 2:
  • (You can list as many goals as feels appropriate.)
  1. Finally, think about the steps you could take to achieve your goal. What would you need to learn and how could you practice those skills? Keep in mind that you can also develop your language skills in your free time and hobbies.

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