What, in your opinion, is the most important aim when driving?

(Just write down words or short statements.  Spend no more than 5 minutes at this.)


Go back to it later on and consider if there is anything you want to change.


Finally, spend a few minutes writing down your goal for driving.


(This is quite a good point to stop.  You can email your answer to ian@aspirel.co.uk, text me or bring what you have to your lesson.)  


What do you need to learn to meet this goal?

(Spend around 15 minutes making a list.  An example might be “How driver attitude affects driving”.)


Now tick off what you expect to learn in your driving lessons.

Consider how you will find out more about the items not ticked off?  

At the end of this exercise you will have a driving goal statement and list of things to learn.  If you feel more aware and responsible for your own learning then you have achieved the aim of this exercise.

The main aim of this exercise is to identify your own goals for  driving and the attributes you need to develop to achieve these goals.