Writing Behavioral Objectives

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Writing Behavioral Objectives: i. Objectives: Stated in terms of observable and measurable outcomes, can you see what you want them to do after the lesson and can you grade what they are doing? This is what you want your students to be able to do following a lesson. Objectives can be written to three distinct levels: o Cognitive – Knowing (Typically are mind-based skills) o Psychomotor – Doing, Hands-On o Affective – Judgment-based (Judging or evaluating) A formal behavioral objective has three parts: o Task, Action, Proficiency Upon completion of the lesson, the student will be able to list leaf shapes with 80% accuracy in an oral report. o We will write behavioral objectives that identify the action only.
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Unformatted text preview: Upon completion of the lesson, the student will be able to list leaf shapes. • Objectives utilize action verbs that indicate observable and measurable outcomes. o Bloom’s Taxonomy, Newcomb & Trefz o Visit the verbs in the next two links. • Sample Objectives: Objectives : Upon completion of this lesson, students will be able to: 2. Describe the difference between a unit and lesson plan; 3. List the components of a basic lesson plan, 4. Create appropriate behavioral objectives, 5. Develop quality lesson plans for agriscience instruction, 6. Evaluate the quality of lesson plans, and 7. Understand & utilize the lesson cycle....
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