3partex - 3 Part Objectives: Review the Parts What are...

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3 Part Objectives: Review the Parts What are objectives? Objectives are the smaller steps that learners take to achieve goals. Objectives state what the learner will be able to do given certain conditions as well as indicate the level of performance necessary to consider the objective met. Objectives follow the same rules for verbs and learning domains that goals follow. Writing Goals Use clear, concise statements of learner outcomes. Use verbs like: Choose Discriminate State Demonstrate Generate Summarize Discover Do not use the following verbs: Know Appreciate Understand Objectives are written in 3 parts: behavior, condition, criteria. Behavior: What will the learner do? Condition: What are the circumstances in which this learner will do the behavior? Criteria: What specifications must the learner fulfill in order to consider the objective met successfully? Example of a properly constructed objective Given a list of 5 vitamins and 10 vegetables, the student will match correctly each vitamin with the vegetable that is the best source of the vitamin. Behavior:
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course ITED 8300 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at Valdosta State University .

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3partex - 3 Part Objectives: Review the Parts What are...

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