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Title: WRITING OBJECTIVES


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WRITING OBJECTIVES
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  • Please come Saturday
  • To Av. Granda Centeno Oe4-250 y
  • Barón de Carondelet

3
Would You Go?
  • Not having more information about what is taking
    place that day, what to wear, and what to bring
    makes it hard to decide whether or not you want
    to attend.

4
What is an objective?
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What is an Objective?
  • An objective is a brief, clear statement that
    describes what knowledge and skills you expect
    your students to acquire.

6
Todays Objective
  • By the end of this session, participants will
    understand the importance of objectives and will
    be able to write objectives for student learning
    goals.

7
Why Do We Need Objectives?
  • Help students reach their destination
  • Keep teachers on track
  • Determine what to assess

8
What to Consider When Writing Objectives
  • Desired learning outcomes for students
  • Time frames for objectives (annual, unit, daily
    lesson plans)
  • Context of your class
  • District and/or state educational standards for
    your grade level
  • How the activities and assessments align with
    goals

9
Which Objective is Well Written?
  • Students will know how to use the present tense
    (no)
  • They will write a letter about their family (no)
  • Students will be able to write 5 sentences using
    the present tense (yes!)

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Tips for Writing Objectives
  • Make sure your objectives are SMART
  • Specific What skill are we practicing?
  • Measurable How will I assess this?
  • Achievable Can my students do this?
  • Relevant Why are they learning this?
  • Time-bound When will it be achieved?

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Is this a Smart Objective? Yes!
  • By the end of the class, 75 of the students will
    be able to correctly spell 8 of the 10 vocabulary
    words from Unit 1.

12
Tips for Writing Objectives
  • Remember SWBAT
  • Students Will Be Able To
  • For example
  • Students will be able to orally describe what
    they did yesterday in three sentences using
    simple past.
  • Students will be able to write 5 sentences using
    the present tense in 10 minutes.
  • 75 of students will be able to demonstrate
    comprehension of a short text by answering 5
    questions.

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Tips for Writing Objectives
  • Use action verbs for objectives.

Identify Name Distinguish
Describe Classify Order
Demonstrate Construct Predict
Define Explain Apply
Recognize Specify Create
Interpret Comprehend Participate
Pronounce Communicate Write
Perform Evaluate Speak
Predict Design Locate
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Tips for Writing Objectives
  • Be Specific. Use numbers where appropriate
  • For example
  • 75 of the students will be able to spell 5 of
    the vocabulary words.
  • 80 of the students will be able to answer 7
    comprehension questions.

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Tips for Writing Objectives
  • Objectives can be modified and revised depending
    on
  • Class levels
  • Assessments (formative and summative)
  • Schedule changes
  • Time frames

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  • Youre invited to a wedding party!
  • Please come on Saturday, September 30th 2014
  • At 700 PM
  • To Av. Granda Centeno Oe4-250 y
  • Barón de Carondelet, Quito, Ecuador
  • Formal attire requested
  • No gifts necessary
  • Food and drinks will be provided

17
What fun! I will definitely go to the party, and
now I know what to wear and what to bring!
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