All of these are levels of Bloom's Taxonomy EXCEPT
The process intended to help change student behaviors in specified ways is called
An educational objective describes
The process and knowledge a student is expected to learn
Which of the following is NOT one of the three basic steps in the instructional process?
Form students into a classroom society.
With respect to teaching and testing, the most useful states of objectives are ones that
Are specific in terms of their process and knowledge
When should a teacher develop or select objectives?
At the beginning of instruction on a unit
The first step in planning instruction is to
Assess student needs
Educational objectives help teachers focus on the ___ of instruction, not just its ___ .
All of the following are appropriate criteria for selecting educational objectives EXCEPT
Objectives should focus on those outcomes that can be measured with objective type items
Which of the following words describes teacher planning that carefully connects educational objectives, instructional activities, and assessments?
When developing or selecting tests to assess student achievement, teachers must ensure that the test
Is relevant to the actual instruction provided to students
When planning assessment activities for a lesson, students with special needs who require accommodations during instruction
Should, in most cases, be provided with the same accommodations during assessment
Education is a process intended to describe teachers' instructional activities
Achievement represents all the things a student has learned in life.
An example of higher-level thinking process is: solving an unfamiliar physics problem.
Educational objectives are useful for communicating desired student learning outcomes to others.
Higher-level objectives are mainly intended to foster students' memory behavior.
"The student can recite the Gettysburg Address" is an example of a lower-level thinking process.
Experienced teachers do not need to develop educational objectives and lesson plans.
The four components of a lesson plan are: educational objectives, materials, teaching activities and strategies, and assessment.
When developing lesson plans, teachers do not need to accommodate student characteristics such as readiness, attention span, and special needs. It is each student's responsibility to understand the lesson.
"In what year did the Boston Tea Party occur?" is an example of analysis in Bloom's Taxonomy.
A "curriculum framework" is a generic statement of what a student should know and be able to do in a subject area.
Although textbook objectives, lesson plans, and assessments can save time, teachers must evaluate these materials for appropriateness and completeness.
While it is important for teachers to plan summative assessments for students, it is not as important to plan formative assessment activities since those occur spontaneously in the classroom.
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