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Objective Statement

Test Your Learning!
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Linda Berridge

on 8 June 2015

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Transcript of Objective Statement

Objective Statements
By: Linda Berridge

Scenario One
Scenario Two
Scenario Three
Scenario Four
What is wrong with this Objective Statement?

"Students will be able to understand the strengths and weakness in specific areas of their own researched writing in clear, concise, and simple language."

1 - Poor use of an observable verb
2 - Incomplete objective statement
3 - Follows ABCD rule
What is wrong with this Objective Statement?

The student will be able to sketch and label the 4 layers of the earth with 75% accuracy with the aid of lecture notes.

1 - Incomplete objective statement
2 - Poor use of observable verbs
3 - Does not follow ABCD rule
4 - Dual behaviours
Test Your Learning!
What is wrong with this Objective Statement and the ABCD Breakdown?
What is wrong with this Objective Statement?
Scenario Five
"The student must list complimentary colors on the color wheel."
Audience: Student
Behavior: List
Condition: List of colors
Degree: 100% accuracy

1 - Poor use of an observable verb
2 - Incomplete objective statement
3 - Correctly follows the ABCD rule
"The student will be able to sketch and label the 4 layers of the earth with 75% accuracy with the aid of lecture notes."

1 - Poor use of an observable verb
2 - Incomplete objective statement
3 - Correctly follows the ABCD rule
"The student will be able to recite the 26 letters of the English alphabet from memory with 100% accuracy."

Audience - The student
Behavior - Recite the 26 letters of the English alphabet
Condition - From memory
Degree - With 100% accuracy

1 - Poor use of an observable verb
2 - Incomplete objective statement
3 - Correctly follows the ABCD rule
"The student will be able to name 5 common houseplants from memory with 80% accuracy."

Audience - Student
Behaviour - Name
Condition - From memory
Degree – 5 common houseplants, with 80% accuracy
What is wrong with this Objective Statement and the ABCD Breakdown?
What is wrong with this Objective Statement and the ABCD Breakdown?
Very poor use of observable verb choice
Incomplete statement - Vague use of "simple language" for Degree to the learning
Corrected Objective Statement
"Students will be able to identify the strengths and weakness in specific areas of their own researched writing to 80% accuracy."
Incomplete statement - Has Degree in breakdown, but not in statement
Has "list" in breakdown as both the behaviour and condition to the learning
"The student must list complimentary colors on the color wheel to 100% accuracy."

Audience: Student
Behaviour: List
Condition: Colour wheel
Degree: 100% accuracy
Corrected Objective Statement
Uses two observable verbs "sketch" and "label"
"The student will be able to sketch the 4 layers of the earth with 75% accuracy with the aid of lecture notes."
"The student will be able to label the 4 layers of the earth with 75% accuracy with the aid of lecture notes."
Corrected Objective Statement
This is a correct/complete statement
Notice how the designer has put the following under Behaviour in the breakdown "26 letters of the English language"
Why under Behaviour and not Degree?
This is a correct/complete statement
Notice how the designer has put the following under Degree in the breakdown "5 common houseplants, with 80% accuracy."
Why under Degree and not Behaviour?
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