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MTE518 Objectives & Goals Team Presentation

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Adrienne Cole

on 10 January 2013

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Learning Goal: Goals and Objectives Activity Presented By: Adrienne Cole
Casandra Harmon
David Hunt Content Area: Grade Level: Common Core State Standard: Learning Objective: Knowledge Learning Objective: Comprehension Learning Objective: Application Learning Objective: Analysis Learning Objective: Synthesis Learning Objective: Evaluation Reflection The objectives that a teacher writes serve as his or her map for the lesson. These objectives determine the method of instruction for that lesson. If the objective is for students to learn facts, the teacher might choose to use direct instruction and repetition activities. If the objective is for the students to comprehend the learned information, the teacher might choose to use question and answer or group discussion activities.

The teacher is able to use the written objectives to evaluate the effectiveness of the instructional methods employed. If the students do not meet the objectives for the lesson, the teacher can review his or her instructional methods and make adjustments to improve student comprehension. Summary Statement References: Reading Standards for Literature K-5, Craft and Structure 3rd Grade Students ELA-Literacy.RL.3.6. Distinguish their own point of view from that of the narrator or those of the characters. The students will be able to distinguish their own point of view from the views of the narrator and the main characters. The students will also be able to identify the point of view of various writing pieces. The teacher's overall learning goal is to educate students on how to distinguish their own point of view from those of the narrator and main characters in a piece of writing. The lessons created using this learning goal and these objectives will teach students how to distinguish points of view through reading, writing, and group discussion activities. Common Core State Standards Initiative. (2010). Common core state standards for English language arts & literacy in history/social studies, science, and technical subjects. Retrieved from http://www.corestandards.org/assets/CCSSI_ELA%20Standards.pdf The student will define first-person, second-person, and third-person with 100% accuracy. When given 10 short stories, the student will identify in what point of view the story is written with 100% accuracy. With the use of a rubric, the student
will produce a five paragraph short
story in the third-person while
scoring 3s and 4s on all areas
of the scoring rubric. After reading a book, the student
will be able to determine whether
the story was written as an
omniscient or limited omniscient
point of view by writing a one-page
paper explaining his/her answer. The student will compile a list
while reading that points to
what the moral of the story will be. The student will write 1-3 paragraphs
that assess the author's point of view
in the story with 90% accuracy. University of Phoenix. (2012). Bloom's taxonomy matrix. Retrieved from University of Phoenix, MTE518 - Models, Theories, and Instructional Strategies website. University of Phoenix. (2012). Writing observable and measurable instructional goals and objectives. Retrieved from University of Phoenix, MTE518 - Models, Theories, and Instructional Strategies website.
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