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2.26 KINES126 - 6 portions of the food pyramid Example of...

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KINES126.1 Friday, February 26th, 1999 Announcements: Attendance will NOT be taken on the Friday before spring break, however, class attendance is still encouraged. Lecture Notes: 5 Rules for developing and writing behavioral objectives, continued. ... Content Behavioral objective contains content related to the specific learning experience. Condition Behavioral objective describes the conditions under which the behavior is expected to occur (e.g. after viewing a video; using a model of the skeletal system; with an open text book) Standard / Criteria Behavioral objective must specify criteria for acceptable performance on describing how the learner must perform the task. (e.g. the student will draw the
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Unformatted text preview: 6 portions of the food pyramid.) Example of an objective Student will be able to, during a class discussion, verbally list three negative effects of smokeless tobacco. Analysis of the objective: WHO : students BEHAVIOR: verbally list CONTENT: negative effects of using smokeless tobacco CONDITION: during a class discussion STANDARD: 3 Side note: Often an instructional objective can be simplified by being worded like a performance indicator. That is, the learning assessment would contain all of the elements except the conditions and the standards. In this case: The students will be able to verbally list some of the effects of using smokeless tobacco....
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