Writing Goals And Objectives and the Perfect Fit

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Writing Goals And Objectives and the Perfect Fit

  1. 1. part 1 Goals and Objectives
  2. 2. Goal or Not? Know the different Predict the degree of kinds of ecological deforestation caused by interaction and their illegal logging, mining, relation to the kaingin, housing biodiversity of the development and forest Philippine forests. fires.
  3. 3. Goals are… Broad statements of intent Desired long-term outcomes of instruction Expressed in non-behavioral terms General and open to many interpretations Be familiar Understand Learn Realize Know Appreciate Be aware Feel Believe Desire Enjoy
  4. 4. Instructional Objectives are… Precise statements of intent, very specific. Expressed exactly what behavior can be observed. Desired short-term outcomes of instruction. Made by using action verbs.
  5. 5. Instructional Objectives are… Precise description of what the learners would be doing if they have mastered the lesson. Narrow and have few interpretations Identify Outline Operate Compute Name Detect Volunteer Write Construct Support
  6. 6. Three Components of Instructional Objectives Condition: Given a list of 35 chemical elements, you should be able to write the Behavior: valences of all the chemicals correctly. Criterion:
  7. 7. part 2 the PERFECTFIT ren.guray@gmail.com
  8. 8. Perfect Fit Refers to a conscious effort to make objective, content, activity and assessment compatible. These are the 4 important elements of a curriculum.
  9. 9. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Example Objective: Define democracy. Test item: ?
  10. 10. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Example Objective: Define democracy. Test item: What is democracy?
  11. 11. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Example low level thinking skill Objective: Test item: What are the two main reasons for the recurring floods in Metro Manila.
  12. 12. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Example low level thinking skill Objective: Name reasons why Metro Manila is prone to flooding. Test item: What are the two main reasons for the recurring floods in Metro Manila.
  13. 13. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Example using a high level thinking skill Objective: Analyze reasons why Metro Manila is prone to flooding. Test item:
  14. 14. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Example using a high level thinking skill Objective: Analyze reasons why Metro Manila is prone to flooding. Test item: Make a projection study on the reasons why Metro Manila is prone to flooding.
  15. 15. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Example Objective: Given trends in digital technologies for the past 10 years, predict the type of technology that will emerge after the Internet with at least 5 references to support the probability of the technology after internet. Test item: Predict the type of technology that will emerge after the Internet using the innovation index for the past 10 years. Cite at least 5 sources to support your answer.
  16. 16. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Non-Example Objective: Given a diagram of a plant cell, label the five major parts of a cell. Test item: Below is a diagram of a plant cell. Describe how each part of the plant cell contributes to the life of the plant and how each part relates with other components in the cell.
  17. 17. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Non-Example Objective: Given a diagram of a plant cell, label the five major parts of a cell. Test item: Below is a diagram of a plant cell, analyze how each part of the plant cell contributes to the life of the plant.
  18. 18. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Revised Example Objective: Given a diagram of a plant cell, label the five major parts of a cell. Test item: Below is a diagram of a plant cell, write the name of the part of the plant cell on the blank provided.
  19. 19. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Non-Example Objective: Without any aid, synthesize in writing the series of major events leading to the Philippines’ involvement in the World War II. Test item: List the major events that led to the Philippines’ involvement in World War II.
  20. 20. Perfect Fit: Objective & Test Revised Example Objective: Without any aid, synthesize the major events leading to the Philippines’ involvement in the World War II. Test item: Reconstruct in writing the major events that led to the Philippines’ involvement in World War II in no more than 300 words. 20 points
  21. 21. Practice Objective Given a list of food sold in the canteen, classify nutritious from non-nutritious food 90% accurate.
  22. 22. Feedback Sample test Objective Given a list of food Below is a list of the 20 most popular sold in the canteen, food items sold in classify nutritious the canteen, from non-nutritious classify nutritious food 90% accurate. from non-nutritious food.
  23. 23. Practice: Which is the best match? 1. Explain the medical use of Without any aid, sambong. name herbal 2. Give three herbal plants plants accepted recommended by the by our health Department of Health. authorities.
  24. 24. Practice: BEST match is Without any 2. Give three aid, name herbal plants herbal plants recommended accepted by by the our health Department of authorities. Health.
  25. 25. Practice: Mismatch of objective and test 1. Explain the Without any aid medical use of name herbal sambong. plants accepted by our health authorities. The thinking skills requirement is to explain. This is higher than the skill to name.
  26. 26. Practice: Affective Domain Recommend the most Objective: appropriate test. Choose to behave in a manner that supports healthy lifestyle.
  27. 27. Perfect Fit: Objective, Activity and Assessment
  28. 28. Perfect Fit Given a calculator and a trigonometric table, compute the values of the circular functions of an angle correctly. • Activity: Use calculator & a trigo table explain the process, demonstrate how to compute, give time to practice how to compute the values …. • Assessment: Use calculator & a trigo table, compute/find the values of the circular functions of an angle. Acceptable level of performance is 100%.
  29. 29. How about this?
  30. 30. Given the poem “Tree” read with proper tone, volume, speed and with suitable body posture. • Activity: Use the poem to explain proper tone, volume, speed and posture in reading. Demonstrate how to read properly. Provide time for practice. • Assessment: Read another poem. Using a rubric, observe those whose tone, volume, speed and posture are acceptable.
  31. 31. Remember! PERFECTFIT Objective, Activity and Assessment
  32. 32. Goals and Objectives McNeil, J.D. And Wiles, J. (1990). The essentials of teaching – Decisions, plans, methods. NY: Macmillan Publishing Co Adapted from: AT&T (1987) the trainer’s library: Techniques of instructional development. MA: Reading, Addison- Wesley Publishing Co. Inc. www.oucom.ohiou.edu/FD/writingobjectives.pdf Perfect Fit Dr. Celia T. Adriano, College of Education, UP ren.guray@gmail.com
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