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 "How to set valid objectives"by A.Belhadia Inspector of Eng.

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PostSubject: "How to set valid objectives"by A.Belhadia Inspector of Eng.   Tue Nov 29, 2011 7:59 am


To set a valid objective make sure that it gives a clear idea about what
students are expected to be able to DO because of what they LEARNED in
the lesson.

In other words:

Think of evidence of learning and behavior that will SHOW it. This requires the use of a set of observable action verbs:

Examples:


Language behaviors:

alphabetize capitalize edit outline
read translate speak state
write pronounce recite summarize
punctuate say/tell



Study behaviors:

arrange categorize chart circle cite
itemize find label locate map
mark name note sort organize
underline reproduce diagram



Behavioral Verbs Listed within Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognitive Learning

KNOWLEDGE: recalling information and facts

to match
to define
to state a rule
to describe
to name to list
to show (for ex. intonation pattern)
to label
to name
to tell



COMPREHENSION: understanding information, translating knowledge into new context, make inferences:

to summarize
to describe
to contrast
to predict
to distinguish between
to discuss to translate
to identify what part doesn't fit
to judge something as same or different
to state__ words to state in your own words
to give an example
to identify supporting examples
to explain (what is happening)


APPLICATION: using information in new situations, solving problems that require knowledge or skills:

to apply (a rule)
to complete
to illustrate
to modify to change
to classify
to edit
to predict what would happen

ANALYSIS: seeing pattern and organization of parts:

to order
to explain
to classify to arrange
to compare


SYNTHESIS: using old ideas to create new ones, generalizing from given facts,

to combine
to modify
to substitute to rewrite
to rearrange
to compose (a paper, a chant, a rule)

EVALUATE: comparing, making choices based on reasoned argument, assessing value of theories, recognizing subjectivity

to assess (for example own work)
to decide
to recommend (choices, changes) to discriminate
to compare
to support


Practice :


Rewrite the folling objectives so that they give a clear idea about what
the learner will be able to do using what he has learned.

1. I will introduce the present perfect to the students using a dialog to talk about past experience.

2. The students will be able to learn the holiday vocabulary.


3. Student will understand the grammar point- adverbs of frequency- always, often, occasionally, and never.

4. Students will write a paragraph about their most terrible thing they did as a child.


5. Students will be able to read newspaper paragraph.

6. The students will be able to listen to the tape and understand the main ideas.


7. Students will do a grammar fill in the gap sheet.

8. Students will enjoy talking about their weekend.
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