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Title: Behavioral Objectives


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Behavioral Objectives and Lesson Planning
Guidelines
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Objectives
Lesson Planning
Taxonomies
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Behavioral Objectives
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Describes specifically what the student will do
during the lesson and/or the skills they will
have upon completion of the lesson.
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Robert Mager (1975)
  • Describe the intended student behavior.
  • What must the student do?
  • List the conditions under which the behavior will
    occur.
  • How will this behavior be tested?
  • Criteria for acceptable performance.
  • How do I know the student has mastered the
    objective?

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All objectives start with
The student will be able to
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To be a good objective all behavioral objectives
must meet two requirements
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It must be observable
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It must be measurable
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Purposes for Writing Objectives
1.To provide the framework for the lesson
procedures 2.To clearly communicate to the
students the teachers intent in the
lesson 3.To aid the teacher in evaluating
student progress.
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Words to Avoid as behavioral Descriptors
appreciate indicate believe know comprehend lea
rn enjoy like familiarize realize grasp underst
and
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Recognizing Measurable Behavioral Objectives
  • Upon completion of this lesson, the student will
    be able to
  • 1. Develop critical thinking skills.
  • 2. Identify those celestial bodies that are known
    as planets.
  • Provide worthwhile experiences for the students.
  • Recognize subject and verb in a sentence.

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Recognizing Measurable Behavioral Objectives
  • Upon completion of this lesson, the student will
    be able to
  • Tie shoes in a bow, without making a knot.
  • Write a summary of factors that led to World War
    II.
  • Fully appreciate the value of music.

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Recognizing Measurable Behavioral Objectives
Upon completion of this lesson, the student will
be able to 8. Prepare a critical comparison of
the two major political parties in the United
States today. 9. Illustrate an awareness of the
importance of balanced ecology by supplying
relevant newspaper articles 10.Know all the rules
of spelling and grammar.
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The Assure Model for Lesson Planning
A Analyze learners S State Objectives S -
Select Media and Materials U Utilize Media and
Materials R Require Learner Participation E
Evaluate and Revise
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Steps to Utilization of Media and Materials
Present the Material
Prepare the Audience
Prepare the Environment
Practice Presentation
Preview Materials
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The Assure Model for Lesson Planning
A Analyze learners S State Objectives S -
Select Media and Materials U Utilize Media and
Materials
R Require Learner Participation E Evaluate
and Revise
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Lesson Plan Assignment
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Bloom's Taxonomy
Created in the 1950s to serve as a tool for
helping to make decisions about behavioral
objectives.
It is used
  • As an aid in planning lesson objectives
  • In test construction
  • For developing questioning strategies

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Bloom's Taxonomy
Knowledge
Deeper Levels of Processing
Comprehension
Application
Analysis
Synthesis
Evaluation
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Knowledge
The student can recall specific information
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Comprehension
The student can demonstrate understanding
of information by translating or recognizing it
in different forms
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Application
The student can apply the information
in performance actions or skills
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Analysis
The student can recognize the organization of the
information, break it into parts, and specify the
relationships between those parts
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Synthesis
The students can merge other information from
various sources to create new information
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Evaluation
The student can make value judgments With
the information
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Evaluation
The student can make value judgments With
the information
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