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THE ROWAN EXPERIENCE. TLC II Michele DiCorcia. OBJECTIVES. Each Lesson you write in PE will contain these 3 OBJECTIVES : 1. COGNITIVE: Thinking, Understanding, Processing, 2. AFFECTIVE: Enjoying, Fun, Etiquette, Sportsmanship 3. PSYCHOMOTOR: Doing, Participating, Demonstrating.

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the rowan experience

THE ROWAN EXPERIENCE

TLC II

Michele DiCorcia

objectives
OBJECTIVES

Each Lesson you write in PE will contain these 3 OBJECTIVES:

  • 1. COGNITIVE: Thinking, Understanding, Processing,
  • 2. AFFECTIVE: Enjoying, Fun, Etiquette, Sportsmanship
  • 3. PSYCHOMOTOR: Doing, Participating, Demonstrating
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OBJECTIVES

LESSON PLAN 3 OBJECTIVES:

(1.Psycho, 2.Cognitive, 3. Affective)

MUST contain 3 parts:

1. CONDITION:

2. PERFORMANCE:

3. EVALUATION:

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OBJECTIVES

CONDITION:

How?

Under what circumstances will the learning occur? What will the student be given or already be expected to know to accomplish the learning?

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OBJECTIVES

PERFORMANCE:

What?

What do you expect them to be able to do?

What is the observable behavior.

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OBJECTIVES

EVALUATION:

How much?

Must set specific criteria to be successful.

Do you want total mastery (100%), do you want them to respond correctly 80% of the time, etc. This needs to be logical!

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UNIT PLAN OBJECTIVES

Objectives are written as ONE LONG SENTENCE!!!!!!!!

CONDITION:

At the end of the UNIT on [TENNIS], the student should be able to

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UNIT PLAN OBJECTIVES

PERFORMANCE:

demonstrate all the SKILLS, RULES, STRATEGIES, and ETIQUETTE (or Sportsmanship) of the game of [TENNIS]

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UNIT PLAN OBJECTIVES

EVALUATION (1): and be evaluated by the teacher in class during match/game play

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UNIT OBJ: Putting it all together

At the end of the UNIT on TENNIS, the students should be able to demonstrate all the SKILLS, RULES, STRATEGIES, and ETIQUETTE within a match of TENNIS, and be evaluated by the teacher in class during match/game play

Question: IS THIS OBJECTIVE PSYCHOMOTOR, COGNITIVE, AFFECTIVE?

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UNIT PLAN OBJECTIVES

At the end of the [UNIT] on [TENNIS], the student should be able to understand all the SKILLS, RULES, STRATEGIES, and ETIQUETTE of the game of [TENNIS]and be successful by answering questions on a UNIT EXAM and attaining a 90% or higher.

IS THIS PSYCHO, COG, AFFECTIVE?

Can you identify all 3 parts of the objective?

lesson plan objectives in class activities
LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVESIN-CLASS ACTIVITIES

Let’s go through a few objectives to determine if you understand how to:

WRITE OBJECTIVES.

CORRECT OBJECTIVES.

DETERMINE IF OBJECTIVE IS P, C, A?

CAN YOU ALTER THE OBJECTIVE?

IS THE EVALUATION FORMAL or INFORMAL?

CAN YOU CHANGE THE EVALUATION TO MAKE IT FORMAL OR INFORMAL?

lesson plan objectives
LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVES

1. At the end of the serving lesson in tennis, the student should be able to demonstrate the proper form used during the tennis serve, and be evaluated by the teacher in class.

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LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVES

At the end of the serving lesson in tennis, the student should be able to demonstrate the proper form used during the tennis serve, and be evaluated by the teacher in class.

Q1: IS THIS PSYCHO, COG, AFFECTIVE?

Q2: What is the Condition? Performance?

Evaluation?

Q3:Is the Evaluation Formal or Informal?

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LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVES

2. At the end of the serving lesson in tennis, the student should be able to appreciate the game of tennis more than before the lesson, and be evaluated based on responses to a questionnaire.

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LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVES

2. At the end of the serving lesson in tennis, the student should be able to appreciate the game of tennis more than before the lesson, and be evaluated based on responses to a questionnaire.

Q1: IS THIS PSYCHO, COG, AFFECTIVE?

Q2: What is the Condition? Performance?

Evaluation?

Q3:Is the Evaluation Formal or Informal?

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LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVES

3. At the end of the serving lesson in tennis, the student should be able to understand the rules associated with the serve in tennis, and be successful by answering questions on a quiz and attaining an 80% or higher.

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LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVES

3. At the end of the serving lesson in tennis, the student should be able to understand the rules associated with the serve in tennis, and be successful by answering questions on a quiz and attaining an 80% or higher.

Q1: IS THIS PSYCHO, COG, AFFECTIVE?

Q2: What is the Condition? Performance?

Evaluation?

Q3:Is the Evaluation Formal or Informal?

class assignment
CLASS ASSIGNMENT

Type (2) Psychomotor Objectives

Type (1) Cognitive Objective

Type (1) Affective Objective

Grade: 9, 10, 11 or 12

UNIT and LESSON = your choice

Identify whether Objective is Psychomotor, Cognitive, Affective.

Same sport or different – UP TO YOU.

QUESTIONS????

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OBJECTIVE WORKSHOP

Take the remaining class time to work with another person or persons on writing behavioral objectives.

Work together or ask me questions.

If you feel you know what you are doing and want to leave class, you may.

Assignment Due: NEXT CLASS.

QUESTIONS????

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LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVES

At the end of the lay-up lesson in basketball, the student will be able to demonstrate the proper form of a lay up, and be evaluated by making 3 out of 5 shot attempts.

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