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How to Meet Your AR Goals

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  1. How to Meet Your AR Goals For the 2nd Nine Weeks

  2. 5 Steps to Meeting Your AR Goals • Know Your Goals • Understand Your Goals • Choose books on your level • Read, Read, Read (a Little Each Day) • Monitor Yourself

  3. 1. Know Your Goals You can’t meet your goals if you don’t know what they are. • Meet with your teacher to set • your goals. • Sign your goal sheet for this • nine weeks. • Write down your goals in your • agenda to help you • remember them. • Check your goals in Home • Connect.

  4. 2. Understand Your Goals It’s important to know your goals, but you also have to understand what your goals are so that you will be able to meet them. • You have 3 AR Goals each 9 Weeks: • Quiz Average Goal • Points Goal • Book Level Goal

  5. Quiz Average Goal The Quiz Average Goal is the AVERAGE grade you need to make on AR quizzes. Think of it like your AR Report Card grade. Your quiz goal average is usually 85% 90 100 95 80 65 85 90 80 100 85 90 65 80 80 83 86

  6. Points Goal The Points Goal is probably the easiest goal to achieve. You just have to earn a certain number of points. Although points are easy to earn, it is also important to read and quiz on books that are within your book level range so that you can meet your Book Level Goal, too.

  7. Book Level Goal The Book Level Goal is probably the most difficult goal to achieve. You must read books within your book level to reach this goal. Your Book Level Goal is based on your STAR Reading test. It is the average of your low and high book level. For example, if your reading level is 3.1-4.1, then your book level average will be 3.6.

  8. Book Level Goal To reach your Book Level Goal, you need to read books more on the high end of your book level. If you read too many books on the low end, your average book level will be low. 3.1-4.1 Reading Level, Example Goal = 3.6 3.1 3.2 3.9 4.1 4.0 3.8 3.7 3.2 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.2 3.5 3.2 3.8 3.9 4.0 3.9 4.0 3.7 4.1 3.2 3.7 3.9

  9. 3. Choose Books on Your Level

  10. Locating Books Look for book level and points under the book title.

  11. F means upper Fiction. Adl is the first 3 letters of the author’s last name. E means Easy Fiction. CUS is the first 3 letters of the author’s last name.

  12. Another way to search Destiny

  13. To Get to Destiny Quest

  14. Type in your search in the “Find” box and then click Go!

  15. Find out more information about a book by holding the mouse over the picture of the book.

  16. To find out even more, click on the picture of the book.

  17. To login to Destiny Quest User Name: library number Password: library number

  18. Login to add titles to your list.

  19. Don’t forget to LOGOUT when you’re finished.

  20. If you didn’t login, still be sure to click Exit Quest when finished.

  21. New AR Labels ATOS 4.0-4.9

  22. Locating Books on the Shelf

  23. Level and Points

  24. 4. Read, Read, Read (a little each day) You can’t meet your goals if you aren’t reading. Make time each day to read so that you can reach your goals. Just 20 minutes a day of reading can help you meet your goals.

  25. 5. Monitor Yourself Check your AR progress online at least once a week to see how you’re doing. If you’re not on track, make some changes.

  26. How to Get to Home Connect On the Destiny homepage, click on the AR Home Connect link.You can check Home Connect at home or at school.

  27. Log in to Home Connect Log in the same way you do for AR First initial of first name, first 4 initials of last name, all capitals, no spaces Lunch number

  28. 5 Steps to Meeting Your AR Goals • Know Your Goals • Understand Your Goals • Choose books on your level • Read, Read, Read (a Little Each Day) • Monitor Yourself

  29. Any questions?