Thursday, December 19, 2013

Here Comes 2014!

*** Update! Since this was posted on WeAreTeachers Facebook page (hooray!), Eve over at Science Notebooking created another version on the document swapping out the resolutions for "1" and "4". You can find her file here.  ***

The new year is approaching and today my students and I talked about our resolutions for next year. In class, we have talk tremendously about the value and purpose of goal setting - especially setting attainable goals. This was just another great exercise in setting practical and reachable goals... even for myself! 

Through Pinterest, I stumbled upon a great foldable from 2013 at Frugal in First and gave it a little facelift for 2014. (Side note: the foldable doesn't match up exactly but it's still pretty fancy!)

Download the file here from Google Drive.

Happy last few days of school!


  1. Hello,

    Can I get this in a non PDF format so I can edit it for my class. I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.

    Phoebe Tyeskey

  2. European giants battle for Vrsaljko

    Agen Bola terpercaya reported,A number of Europe’s top sides are showing interest in Genoa full-back Sime Vrsaljko, according to Il Secolo XIX.
    The 21-year-old only joined the Rossoblu this summer, but he has already been linked with a move away from the club.
    Namely, it is believed Arsenal are readying bid for the Croatian defender as they prepare for life without Bacary Sagna, but the Gunners are certainly not the only contenders for the player’s signature.
    Il Secolo XIX reports that Napoli and Inter Milan are also expected to submit official proposals come January transfer window.
    As things stand now, Genoa won’t be able to keep hold of their prized asset, but they will rather be forced to sell him to the highest bidder. as reported by Indo Eleven.
    The Rossoblu are having another disappointing season and given they currently sit mere three points above the bottom three.
    Source http://

  3. Mackay not interested in Marshall criticism

    Agen Bola terpercaya reported,Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay has defended goalkeeper David Marshall for his role in Chelsea’s controversial equaliser last weekend.
    The 28-year-old has come under fire after Samuel Eto’o robbed him of possession in the penalty area as Marshall bounced the ball in preparation for a long punt downfield.
    The Cameroon international duly played in Eden Hazard to score and cancel out Jordan Mutch’s early effort as the incident proved a turning point as Chelsea ran out 4-1 victors.
    A number of high-profile people have opted to wade into the debate – including former Manchester United defender Gary Neville, who labelled Marshall naive – but Mackay insists that he does not care what others think.
    “I’m not interested in what any other manager or any pundit or expert has got to say about my goalkeeper. I’m not interested in their advice at all,” he told.
    “What David Marshall did was within the laws of the game, it was a completely acceptable thing to do. as reported by Indo Eleven..
    “It was the referee who got it wrong, Samuel Eto’o was in the wrong too and he should have been punished by an indirect free-kick being awarded to us.
    Source http://

  4. Would love to use one for 2015! :) Are you going to be updating?


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