A variety of textbooks, courses of study, and other public documents
His or her own convictions
All of the above
Think critically about the similarities between the American and Russian revolutions
appreciate the similarities between the American and Russian revolutions
Understand that the American revolution is like the Russian revolution
explain the similarities between the American and Russian revolutions
Responding to an issue
showing behaviors that demonstrate the internalization of values
All K-12 public schools are periodically evaluated for regional or state accreditation.
Junior high schools are periodically evaluated for regional or sate accreditation.
Secondary schools are periodically evaluated for regional or state accreditation.
High schools are periodically evaluated for regional or state accreditation.
match, list, define
show, predict, use
rank, assess, argue
Describe, infer, explain
None of these
Provide curriculum continuity
have lesson plans available for a substitute teacher
prepare for teaching students who are different from you
All of the above
have been in existence in the United States since 1960
have been developed only for mathematics, science, and technology education
represent a mandated national curriculum defining what students should know and be able to do
Represent the best thinking of panels of experts about the essential elements of a basic core of subject knowledge that all students should acquire
recognizing and recalling knowledge
designing a stage set; judging a fashion show
translating, explaining, and interpreting information
listening attentively; cooperating with others; setting up a folding tent
objectives, students, and instructional strategies
objectives, instruction, and assessment
Students, teachers, and administrators
goals, aims, and objectives
The terms goals and objectives are synonymous.
An observable change in the behavior of a learner is indicative that learning has occurred.
The terms behavioral objective, instructional objective, and performance objective are synonymous.
If a teacher attends to the students’ cognitive learning, then their affective learning will naturally occur.