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Objectives in the “Know and Do Format”. Frank Little, Assistant Principal George G. Kelson Elementary/Middle School November 18, 2008. Objectives. Your objectives should be the target of your lesson. It should be what the students are expected to know by the end of the lesson.

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objectives in the know and do format

Objectives in the “Know and Do Format”

Frank Little, Assistant Principal

George G. Kelson Elementary/Middle School

November 18, 2008

objectives
Objectives
  • Your objectives should be the target of your lesson. It should be what the students are expected to know by the end of the lesson.
  • The objectives should be directly aligned with the VSC
  • Objectives should be measurable
objective have two parts
Objective have two parts
  • The Know- what the students are expected to learn by the conclusion of the lesson.
  • The Do- What skill will they use in order to complete the activity for the day.
examples of poorly written objectives
Examples of poorly written objectives
  • Students will be able to make inferences about “Zebra,” by completing a graphic organizer.
  • Students will learn how to define and explain the importance of the “Great Lakes Pollution” and Invasive Species, plus of Habitat by reading (44 to 46) with 90% accuracy.
well written objective
Well written objective
  • Students will make inferences while reading the passage, “This Too Shall Pass,” in order to draw meaning from the text.
you do
You DO!

You are developing a lesson for a

seventh grade class. The focus of

the lesson is teaching students

how to measure distance using a

ruler. What is your objective?

forthcoming team meeting professional development
Forthcoming Team Meeting Professional Development
  • Summary and Closure
  • Developing Exit Tickets
  • OARS