Designing and Assessing Educational Objectives: Applying the by Robert J. Marzano

By Robert J. Marzano

Educators throughout grade degrees and content material parts can follow the ideas of Marzano's New Taxonomy to show criteria into concrete targets and exams to degree scholar studying

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Represent how you might read the following newspaper ar ticle. Mental Procedure: Skill Mental Procedure: Process The student will be able to visually represent a logical approach to reading a newspaper ar ticle. Illustrate the relationship between supply and demand and their impact on price. The student will be able to graphically illustrate the relationship between supply and demand. Objective Information: Organizing Principle but also show the same lessons being taught in both places. Think about other ways that life today is similar to and different from life long ago.

To illustrate, the recognizing task for the generalization requires students to identify a simple example of a nonrenewable resource. Again, this does not require in-depth understanding of the defining characteristics of nonrenewable resources and their characteristics. Recognizing With Mental Procedures Recognizing tasks for mental skills involve validating accurate statements about a specific mental skill. 1 involves using simple bar graphs and line graphs. Since this procedure is classified as a skill (as opposed to a process), the assumption is that it has been addressed instructionally at a fairly simple level (see Chapter 2 for a discussion).

Again, in-depth knowledge is not required. Recalling With Mental Procedures Recalling tasks for mental skills involve generating basic information about a mental skill. The first recalling task for a mental skill involves refusal skills. Students must provide an example of when refusal skills might be useful. Recalling tasks for mental processes involve producing accurate information about a specific mental process. The first recalling task for a mental process involves the process of using a book to obtain information.

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