Step 1: Write a draft of the goal for one lesson.
If appropriate, the goal should articulate the "enduring" understanding.
Step 2: Write a draft of the objectives.
Write a draft of the lesson objectives.
Step 3: Compare the objectives to checklist and rubric.
Step 4: Categorize the objectives.
Categorize each learning objective according to BloomÕs Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain.
Examples categorizing learning objectives according to Bloom's Taxonomy:
Step 5: Look at your goals and objectives from the perspective of Wiggins and McTighe.
Take a look at your goals and objectives from the perspective of Wiggins and McTighe.
Do your goals and objectives include the six facets of understanding?
Step 6. Review and revise your work.
Would it improve the effectiveness of you lesson to include the Six Facets of Understanding?
Step 7. Post your report.
Post your report to the Goals and Objectives Assignment folder in the Forum. To get to the appropriate place to post, click on the name of your moderator from the navigation bar on the right.
The Six Facets of Understanding included perspective, empathy, and self-knowledge. What is YOUR opinion about the roles of these 3 facets in your content area? Are they important? Why or why not?
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