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Friday, 28 March 2014

WRITING INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES IN VARIOUS DOMAINS

WRITING INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES IN VARIOUS DOMAINS
Prepared by
SABARISH-P
M.Sc., M.Ed., JRF & NET
Lecturer in Physical Science, Arafa Institute for Teacher Education
Attur, Thrissur.

WRITING INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES IN VARIOUS DOMAINS
Example Unit - Optics

Domain
Area of learning
Instructional Objectives
Cognitive
Knowledge
The pupil recognizes parts of a convex lens.
The pupil recalls definitions of pole, focus, focal length etc
Comprehension
The pupil discriminates between lenses.
The pupil observes relationship between focal length and radius of curvature.
The pupil compares long sight and short sight.
The pupil classifies lenses into convex and concave lenses.
The pupil generalizes that 1/u+1/v=1/f
Application
The pupil analyses a problem on refraction into various steps to solve it.
The pupil collects relevant data about the given problem.
The pupil judges the adequacy of data for getting the focal length of given lens.
The pupil gives scientific reasons for myopia.
The pupil interprets the u-v graph for finding focal length.


Affective
Interest
The pupil on his own reads biographies of scientists.
The pupil visits the laboratory to examine telescopes.
The pupil prepares a model of a telescope.
The pupil participates in talks and debates on relevant topics.
The pupil writes articles pertaining to subject for school magazine.
The pupil participates in related hobbies like joining the school photographic club.
Attitude
The pupil arrives at a conclusion after weighing all possible evidence carefully and dispassionately.
The pupil co-operates with others in arranging apparatus when working in the laboratory.
Appreciation
The pupil expresses his appreciation of discoveries and inventions.
The pupil appreciates and recognizes the contribution made by scientists to our knowledge of science.

Psychomotor


Skills
(Laboratory skills, Communication skills, computational skills, Work skills, study skills)
The pupil measures with accuracy distances u and v using a scale.
The pupil makes accurate observations of the distance of objects and their images.
The pupil records the observations accurately.
The pupil performs experiments with reasonable speed and accuracy while finding the focal length of lenses.
The pupil draws ray diagrams of the path of light through lens.
The pupil calculates f using the lens formula.