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Writing Lesson Objectives

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  • 1. How do you write an objective?
  • 2. Competency Goal NCSCOS Objective Assessment Content Instructional Objective
  • 3. Instructional Objectives
    • Contain Four Important Parts
    • Are Written in Overt/Observable Language
    • Are the Catalyst for Writing Lesson Plans
    • Serve as the Basis for Student Assessment
  • 4. Know the parts of every objective
    • Audience
    • Behavior
    • Condition
    • Degree
    audience behavior condition degree
  • 5. Contain Four Important Parts
    • Condition -includes Time Limits, Materials, Constraints...
    • Audience -Always Expressed as The Student Will (TSW)...
    • Behavior -What the Student Will Do [ action verbs are used]...
    • Degree -Projected Level of Student Success...
  • 6. Audience
    • The student will...
    • The learner will...
    • Abbreviate as TSW or TLW
  • 7. Sample Objective
    • The student will
    • TSW
  • 8. Behavior
    • Must be observable
    • Learner must be able to “SHOW ME”
    • Must be specific
    • Describes the exact performance teachers expect from their students
  • 9. Sample Objective
    • TSW kick the soccer ball
  • 10. Sample behaviors
  • 11. Condition
    • Answers the question of How? (Using a pair of scissors and construction paper)
    • Answers the question of When? (After watching the farmer milk the cow)
    • Answers the question of Where? (On the football field at the 20-yard line)
  • 12. Sample Objective
    • After several demonstrations by the coach, TSW kick the soccer ball
  • 13. Degree
    • Describes how well the student must complete the behavior
    • “ with at least 80% correct”
    • “ with no more than 2 errors”
    • “ within three attempts”
    • “ including at least 3 complete sentences”
  • 14. Sample Objective
    • After watching 8 demonstrations by the coach, TSW kick the soccer ball into the net within no more than 5 tries.
  • 15. How do you write an objective?
    • Focus on what the student will DO to demonstrate learning
    • Write TSW
    • Write the behavior
    • Answer the question how or where or when
    • Answer the question how well?
    • Put it all into one sentence.
  • 16.
    • TSW
    • TSW spell 15 spelling words
    • After using the specialized spelling study strategy, TSW spell 15 spelling words
    • After using the specialized spelling study strategy, TSW spell at least 12 of the 15 spelling words correctly.
  • 17.
    • TSW
    • TSW jump
    • After two minutes of warm-up activities, TSW jump
    • After two minutes of warm-up activities, TSW jump rope with a partner for at least 3 minutes without falling down.

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