Posted: March 14th, 2022

Watch video answer questions https://bolt.bloomu.edu/d2l/le/content/3320704/viewContent/29519979/View Complete Worksheet format provided in attachments To make this easier for me to grade, provide your answers in a different colored text (but not yellow or any other light color =) Try blue or my favorite color strawberry! BELL RINGER: What was most difficult for you in determining your standard? 1. YOUR TURN: Finding standards can be clunky at first. But trust me, once you get used to them, you can even begin reciting them. Provide for me at least one helpful tip you have learned on finding standards. 2. PART 2A. Rogowsky’s Objective for Round 1 of I do, We do, You do: Given an explanation and examples of each part of the objective, Principles of Teaching students will be able to identify each part (audience, behavior, condition, degree). YOUR TURN: To be successful at mastering this standard, what vocabulary do the students need to understand? 3. YOUR TURN: Start thinking of what your “given” might be for your lesson. Under what “condition” will your students learn? Any ideas? In other words, what tools or materials are you giving your students to work with? What instruction do they need to be able to achieve the objective? 4. YOUR TURN: (Holocaust) Who are the learners? 5. What is the condition? 6. What is the behavior or performance? 7. What is the degree or criterion? 8. YOUR TURN: (Presidential Debate) Who are the learners? 9. What is the condition? 10. What is the behavior or performance? 11. What is the degree or criterion? 12. YOUR TURN: Type the start of your objective. Include both your condition AND your audience. Don’t forget the comma!!! 13. YOUR TURN: What is the condition in the objective above? (Scarcity and Price Adjustment) 14. YOUR TURN: What is the behavior or performance in the objective above? (Scarcity and Price Adjustment) 15. YOUR TURN: What is the degree or criterion in the objective above? (Scarcity and Price Adjustment) 16. PART 2B. Rogowsky’s Objective for Round 2 of I do, We do, You do: Given an explanation and examples of each part of the objective, Principles of Teaching students will be able to compose an objective for their Learn It Link It portion of their lesson that includes the condition, audience, behavior, and degree (in that order). YOUR TURN: Take a minute for your neurons to consolidate. Write a 1 sentence summary. 17. YOUR TURN: Since most of your Learn It Link It objectives will be DOK 2 or 3, use the resources below to compose your objective’s behavior/performance! 18. EXIT TICKET: Provide two new pieces of information you learned about objectives and focus questions that you are leaving with after watching this lesson! 19.

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