Developing Learning Outcomes

Developing Learning Outcomes

The selected lesson is based on the education of children on the basic health foods that are necessary and healthy for the human body (Health Lesson Plan Part 1.2010). The setting is in a classroom, and the educator teaches the class with a board of pictures of various types of food on board in front of the class. According to Simpson (1972), it is important to consider the age, level of the children in their development, environmental factors and the reasons as to why these kids should have the knowledge of the given field. In this regard, there is need to develop outcomes that are expected from the students. Preparing the learning objectives helps to determine what the students should learn. In the process of developing these goals, it is important to consider the time allocated for the lessons, the essentials to be learned and how they will be integrated. The anticipated grade level would be an A since the content to be learned quickly to comprehend. The purpose of this paper is to develop learning outcomes of the childhood education program on healthy foods and how these results may be achieved in the learning process.

Learning Objectives

Cognitive Objectives

The following are the cognitive goals that must be developed for the students to achieve in their learning process:

  1. The students will be in a position to give detailed descriptions of healthy foods through their demonstration of the foods that the teacher has shown to them verbally.
  2. The learners will be in a position to differentiate between the healthy foods such as cabbages, vegetables, and fruits and snacks such as candy bars and explain why these foods are categorized as being healthy or snacks.
  3. The students will be able to develop a picture collage containing healthy foods through the use of images containing different foodstuffs that include snacks, healthy foods, and sugars.

Affective Objectives

The following are the effective objectives that must be developed for the students to achieve in their learning process:

  1. The learner will be in a position to appreciate the relationship that exists between proper health and the healthy foods through the design of a picture collage depicting the food items and body parts that are affected by the same in a picture collage.

Psychomotor Objective

The following are the psychomotor objectives that must be developed for the students to achieve in their learning process:

  1. The learners will have the ability to demonstrate routine skills in controlling their muscles on their hands in the course of developing the picture colleges in the class activates.

Enabling Objectives

Enabling objectives are the objectives developed to help the learning students achieve the set goals quickly. According to Anderson and Krathwohl et al., (2001), these enabling objectives give the educator a concise expectation of what the performance of the learner should reflect. They are important aspects that must be considered in all the situations where there is something new that is to be taught to the students. These objectives take into account the viewpoint of the students on a given learning aspect in the situation where the teacher can write them down and assess the same to identify which aspect must be accomplished under what circumstances and within which timeline. Therefore, the terminal course objectives must be considered in this process as well as the enabling objectives for the same to be efficient.

Under the cognitive objectives, the following would be the terminal objectives to be considered:

  1. The students should be able to match the description of the various foods that they have learned with a picture of this particular
  2. The students should be able to visually differentiate the different pictures of the foods that they have learned about as either snacks or healthy foods as well as their descriptions.
  3. The students should be in a position to arrange pictures of the various foods depending on how healthy they are on the human body.

These enabling objectives will ensure that the learners gain the knowledge on the healthy foods and meals that they are to learn about. The same will ensure that they understand how these foods are of importance to their bodies.

Conclusion

The selected lesson is based on the education of children on the basic health foods that are necessary and healthy for the human body (Health Lesson Plan Part 1.2010). The setting is in a classroom, and the educator teaches the class with a board of pictures of various types of food on board in front of the class. In the process of developing these objectives, it is important to consider the time allocated for the lessons, the essentials to be learned and how they will be integrated. The anticipated grade level would be an A since the content to be learned easily to comprehend.

References

Anderson, L. W., & Krathwohl, D. R., et al. (Eds.). (2001). A taxonomy for learning, teaching, and assessing: A revision of Bloom’s taxonomy of educational objectives. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon (Pearson Education Group).

Health Lesson Plan Part 1. (2010). YouTube. Retrieved 28 August 2017, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gr_6zg2waS0

Simpson, E. J. (1972). The classification of educational objectives in the psychomotor domain. Washington, DC: Gryphon House.

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