A Practical Guide to Writing Goals and Objectives

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Academic Therapy Publications, 1981 - Education - 112 pages
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Diagnosing and writing objectives for individual needs helps teachers organize teaching materials into orderly, successive increments and allows students to recognize the progress they've made. This book outlines specific goals and objectives for various skill areas (gross motor, auditory perception, reading and spelling, and lots more) to be used in developing I.E.P.s. Each objective answers the following questions: (1) What is to be done? (2) Under what conditions is the task to be evaluated? (3) How well is the task to be performed?

The book also explains how to create simple pre- and post-tests to assess progress and gives sample test items for each skill area.

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Contents

Preface
5
Gross Motor Skills
17
Visual Perception Skills
23
Copyright

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