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Krathwohl's Taxonomy of Affective Domain

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Cecille Godin

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Krathwohl's Taxonomy of Affective Domain
Receiving
Standards and Competencies in the K to 12 Curriculum

- Content Standards


- Performance Standards


- Competencies
How to Write Lesson Objectives
It describes student performance
An objective is about ends rather than means
An objective describes the conditions under which the performance occurs on the job
An objective describes the standard of acceptable performance
Anita Harlow's Taxonomy of psychomotor domain
Example:
Thank you for listening...
awareness, willingness to receive, selective attention; e.g. to listen attentively during group presentational
Responding
- acquiescence, willing response, feelings of satisfaction; e.g., to contribute to group discussions by asking questions
Valuing
- acceptance, preference, commitment; e.g., to argue over an issue involving health care
Organization
- conceptualization of values, organization of value system; e.g., to organize a meeting concerning a neighborhood's housing integration plan
Characterization
- generalized set of values, characterization or philosophy of life; e.g. to join a rally in behalf of a noble cause
Reflex movements
- relate to reflexes;
e.g., to contract a muscle
Basic Fundamental movements
- relate to working, running, jumping, pushing, pulling, manipulating;
e.g., to run 100-yard dashh
Perceptual abilities
- objectives relate to kinesthetic, visual, auditory, tactile, and coordination abilities;
e.g., to distinguish distant and close sounds
Physical abilities
- relate to endurance, strength, flexibility, agility, reaction-response time, dexterity; e.g., to do five sit ups
Skilled movements
- objectives relate to games, sports, dances and the arts; e.g., to dance the basic steps of the waltz
Nondiscursive Communication
- expressive movements through posture, gestures, facial expressions, creative movements; e.g., to act a part in a play
Levels of Learning in Psychomotor Domain
Content Standard
- define what students should know and be able to do.
Performance Standard
- describe how well students need to achieve in order to meet content standards
Competencies
- are specific tasks performed with mastery
Content Standard:
The learner demonstrates understanding of the importance of good eating habits
Performance Standard:
The learner observes healthy eating habits daily
Competencies:
The learner...
distinguishes healthful from unhealthful foods
relates the consequences of eating unhealthful foods
practices good eating habits that can help on grow healthy
eats regular meals without skipping breakfast
chooses healthful foods
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