3. Identifying Specific Learning Objectives:
A learning objective states the outcome of instruction in clear, behavioral terms. Clearly stated learning objectives provide a basis for selecting appropriate materials and instructional strategies. They can ensure that a classroom teacher does not use materials or strategies simply because they are readily available or familiar. To be useful, a learning objective must be explicit and assessable.
State the specific objectives for the lesson or lessons you will teach. Include any applicable Sunshine State Standards. Keep in mind that you have to be able to assess each student's progress toward each of the objectives you have identified.
The following are examples of specific learning objectives. These examples correspond with the sample topics provided in #2 above.
The item to include in this section of the report is: