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Behavioral Objectives

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Barbara Maestas

on 15 October 2015

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Transcript of Behavioral Objectives

Behavioral Objectives
Three Parts: Behavioral Objective
1.

{observable student behavior}

evidence objective achieved.
(
What will the student do?

ALWAYS a verb)

2.
(conditions)

under which
behavior observed

(
How will the student do "what"?
)

3.
[criteria

=

acceptable]
(
What is the passing grade/score?
)

The student will
{
correctly identify
}
the
[
parts of speech for 18 words
]
in
(
three seven-word sentences
)
.
The students will label ten rocks as igneous,
metamorphic, or sedimentary.
Parts of
an
Objective
See
three
parts?
Identify
three
parts
Another View: Behavioral Objective
The students will
{
label
}

(
ten rocks
)
as
[
igneous, metamorphic, or sedimentary
]
.
[criteria]: implied that all ten rocks
will be correctly labeled
What

will
student do?
How

will student do "what"
?
passing
score/grade
?
Focus on symbols enclosing words for function in objective
{
observable student behavior; what?
}
[
passing
score/grade]
{observable student behavior; "what?"}
(conditions)
Does the objective clearly communicate and describe the intended learning outcome and how it must be achieved?
what?
how do "what"?
passing?
(
conditions; "how" do "what")
Words to Avoid
understand
realize
recognize
comprehend
know

Phrases to Avoid
appreciation for
awareness of
comprehension of
familiar with
understanding of
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