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9th Grade ICAP

16 days ago

ICAP

Individual Career and Academic Plan




What is ICAP

Spring ICAP: Grit and Goals


Passion and perseverance for long-term goals


Lesson: Grit

On a Google Doc write down your Grit Score and write about how you apply Grit to your life. 

What is Grit?

Grit is the ability to keep working toward a goal, overcoming challenges and sticking with it even when it's hard.

A true definition of grit would say that grit is a personality trait that helps you keep working toward long-term goals despite setbacks or failures. It is similar to perseverance and it requires a growth mindset— two similar character traits that mean you are willing to keep working and improving at something despite the challenges that get in your way.


“Ever tried. Ever failed. No Matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”


Lesson: Values


Lesson: Goals

“The most important scientific discovery about self-control is that it can be taught.”

—Walter Mischel

Barriers to Learning


10th Grade ICAP

16 days ago

By Kalie Midcap

ICAP

Individual Career and Academic Plan

What is ICAP?


Spring ICAP: Grit and Goals

Passion and perseverance for long-term goals

GRIT

Lesson: GRIT

 On a Google Doc write down your Grit Score and write about how you apply Grit to your life. 

What is Grit?

Grit is the ability to keep working toward a goal, overcoming challenges and sticking with it even when it's hard.

A true definition of grit would say that grit is a personality trait that helps you keep working toward long-term goals despite setbacks or failures. It is similar to perseverance and it requires a growth mindset— two similar character traits that mean you are willing to keep working and improving at something despite the challenges that get in your way.

“Ever tried. Ever failed. No Matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”


lesson: values


lesson: Goals

“The most important scientific discovery about self-control 

is that it can be taught.”

Lesson: Barriers to Learning


11th Grade ICAP

16 days ago

By Kalie Midcap

ICAP.

Individual Career and Academic Plan

What is ICAP?


Spring icap: grit and goals

Passion and perseverance for long-term goals

GRIT

lesson: Grit


What is Grit?

Grit is the ability to keep working toward a goal, overcoming challenges and sticking with it even when it's hard.

A true definition of grit would say that grit is a personality trait that helps you keep working toward long-term goals despite setbacks or failures. It is similar to perseverance and it requires a growth mindset— two similar character traits that mean you are willing to keep working and improving at something despite the challenges that get in your way.

“Ever tried. Ever failed. No Matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”


lesson: Value


Lesson: goals

“The most important scientific discovery about self-control is that it can be taught.”

—Walter Mischel

Lesson: Barriers to Learning


12th Grade ICAP

14 days ago

By Kalie Midcap

ICAP

Individual Career and Academic Plan

What is ICAP?


Spring ICAp: grit and goals

Passion and Perseverance for long-term goals

GRIT


Lesson: grit


What is Grit?

Grit is the ability to keep working toward a goal, overcoming challenges and sticking with it even when it's hard.

A true definition of grit would say that grit is a personality trait that helps you keep working toward long-term goals despite setbacks or failures. It is similar to perseverance and it requires a growth mindset— two similar character traits that mean you are willing to keep working and improving at something despite the challenges that get in your way.

lesson:values 


Lesson: goals

"The  most important scientific discovery about self-control is that it can be taught.”

—Walter Mischel

lesson: barriers to learing


Sources of Strength

about 1 month ago

PSAT/SAT

16 days ago

By Kalie Midcap

The SAT is focused on the skills and knowledge at the heart of education. It measures: 

-What you learn in high school. 

-What you need to succeed in college and career training.

The same habits and choices that lead to success in school will help you get ready for the SAT. The best way to prepare for the test is to: 

- Take challenging courses.  

 -Do your homework. 

-  Prepare for tests and quizzes. 

- Ask and answer lots of questions.

Don’t miss out on these strategies: 

- Determine Your Target Score: Total Score Range 400-1600 

-Figure Out How Long You'll Need to Study

-Analyze Your Mistakes and Focus On Your Weaknesses

-PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE


PSAT/SAT Practice

Reading Passages