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Elements/Components of a Curriculum Design
Transcript of Elements/Components of a Curriculum Design
For a Lesson plan or teaching guide includes:
1. Behavioral Objectives or Intended Learning Outcomes
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO's) or Desired Learning Outcome (DLO) was formerly labelled as Behavioral objectives
Subject Matter or Content
Teaching and Learning Methods
The objectives or intended
learning outcomes are
reasons for undertaking the
learning outcome that is to be accomplished
The statement of Objective should be
In framing learning outcomes it is good practice to:
Express each outcome in terms of what successful students will be able to do.
Include different kinds of outcomes.
II. Content/Subject Matter
Additional principles about the content
Subject matter should be relevant to the outcomes of the curriculum
Subject matter should be appropriate to the level of the lesson or unit.
Subject matter should be up to date
- follows the content. It tells where the content or subject matter has been taken.
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IV. Teaching and Learning Methods
- these are activities where the learners derive experiences.
Individualism or Independent learning
Cooperative learning activities
Independent learning activities
- The process by which this information
is generated is assessment.
Three main forms of assessment:
, through which a student learns to monitor and evaluate their own learning.
, in which a student provide feed back on each other's learning.
, in which the teacher prepares and administers test and gives feedback on student's performance.