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“ISD from the Ground UP” by Chuck Hodell. Mastering Objectives. A-B-C-D format. Audience – the intended population Behavior – must be observable / measurable Condition – context of the learning environment and the framework for evaluation Degree –states level of mastery.

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a b c d format
A-B-C-D format

Audience – the intended population

Behavior – must be observable / measurable

Condition – context of the learning environment and the framework for evaluation

Degree –states level of mastery

do s and don ts for objectives
Do’s and Don’ts for OBJECTIVES
  • Written from the perspective of the learner
  • Needed for each learning activity
  • Objectives are NOT GOALS!
  • Should be measurable and observable
objective domains
Objective Domains
  • Cognitive – cognitive, or thinking, aspects of the brain
  • Affective – motivation, attitudes, feelings…
  • Psychomotor – requires movement
  • Interpersonal – related to the interaction of two or more individuals
example
Example
  • After reading Grandfather’s Journey, sixth grade students in Ms. Jones’ class should be able to present a verbal argument that describes four reasons why Grandfather should live in California.
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Example
  • After reading Grandfather’s Journey, sixth grade students in Ms. Jones’ class will interview a grandparent about his/her childhood experiences and create a 5 minute podcast of the interview.