Tagged: instructional objectives


Link | Vague Verbs: A Curricular Problem

Writing instructional objectives has always been a complex issue, matter of much debate, uncertainty, and ignorance. Michael Fordham questions the use of what he refers to as “vague verbs” and wonders if there is a need to for us to look at what we want our students to learn, as a (more…)


Lesson Plan (How to Write a Learning Objective) | Soil

This post is in continuation to the previous post (Article | But, What’s the Objective?). In this article, we’ll look at a Grade 7 chapter on Soil and see how we can write learning objectives for the given content. The chapter begins with presenting an activity (9.1) to students. In (more…)


Article | But, What’s the Objective?

Meera was running late for her science class. The bus was late as usual, and a truck breakdown didn’t make things any easier. When she reached school, she hurried to the staff room to collect her things. As she was leaving the staff room, she bumped into her colleague Roy. (more…)