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Student Learning Outcomes
Transcript of Student Learning Outcomes
develop and pitch
an original pilot idea for the one hour drama."
Outcomes begin with observable and measurable action verbs.
Outcomes are born out of assignments, exercises, discussion questions, quizzes, and/or progress questions.
In this Module you have
the pros and cons of writing a conventional pilot or one that breaks new ground. Now
your own idea for a pilot. Do you want to fit the mold or break it? Think about the factors that need to be considered and the options that need to be weighed. Be prepared to
your idea to the class.
Once you have written an outcome, find and note where students will demonstrate their newly acquired skill.
an original pilot idea for the one hour drama.
(In Assignment 3.1 )
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acquire knowledge of
become familiar with
gain an awareness of
the benefits and drawbacks of writing conventional and unconventional pilot ideas.
(In Discussion Question 3.1)
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Well-written learning outcomes give the students (and the instructor) a clear picture
will your students demonstrate that they have learned these?
knowledge, skills and abilities that are expected of the students by the end of the module.
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What do you want your students to be able to do by the end of the module?
What knowledge, skills or abilities do you want them to demonstrate?
communicate to students what they are expected to learn
help students focus their learning
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