Chapter 12 TE notes - Chapter 12 TE notes Instructional...

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Chapter 12 TE notes Instructional Planning - developing a systematic, organized strategy for lessons Lesson plan strategies are typically centered on elements: the nature of the subject matter, the learners, the context, and the teacher’s role. Teacher Centered Lesson Planning - planning and instruction are highly structured and the teacher directs students’ learning. Behavioral objectives - statements about changes the teacher wishes to see in students’ performance. 1. Students behavior 2. Conditions under which the behavior will occur, be evaluated, or tested 3. Performance criteria Task Analysis - breaking down a complex task that students are to learn into its component parts Instructional Taxonomies - classification system (classifies domains) 1. Cognitive domain a. Knowledge Factual Conceptual Procedural Metacognitive b. Comprehension c. Application d. Analysis e. Synthesis f. Evaluation 2. Affective Domain a. Receiving b. Valuing c. Organizing d. Value characterizing 3. Psychomotor Domain
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course ECONOMICS 101 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '11 term at Michigan State University.

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