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Writing Behavioral Objectives. 4 Components. Learner Conditions under which target behavior will be learned & assessed

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4 components
4 Components
  • Learner
  • Conditions under which target behavior will be learned & assessed
  • Target behavior – specific, observable, measurable – Would anyone understand what you were talking about? Would anyone be able to easily determine if the target behavior has occurred?
  • Criteria – indicates when the objective has been met
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Examples – Good or Bad?
  • Steve will learn his multiplication facts.
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  • When presented with 3 coins, Katie will correctly identify penny, nickel, & quarter by pointing.
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Examples – Good or Bad?
  • When given a writing prompt in class, Steve will independently construct a paragraph of at least 3 complete sentences with correct punctuation, grammar, & capitalization for 10 consecutive assessments.
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  • When given 10 math problems to solve, Katie will complete all 10 problems with at least 90% accuracy.
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  • When asked to indicate which bus is the correct one to board, Steve will independently indicate verbally the correct bus by number & sight on 5 consecutive days.
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  • Given a project to complete, Katie will devise a plan, implement the plan, and complete or revise the plan as needed scoring at least 75% correct on a teacher-provided rubric, for 3 consecutive academic projects.