Review and Critique the Following Instructional Goal and Related Objectives

Reviewand Critique the Following Instructional Goal and Related Objectives

Reviewand Critique the Following Instructional Goal and Related Objectives

Often,goals are known to be broad statements that explain what is to beachieved, in this case, oral presentation. The goal given in my viewis appropriate. The goal candidly describes the expectedcontribution from the presenter which is the learner. Thecontribution is that they will be able to do an oral presentation oftheir report. The objectives are fine and follow the basic rules forwriting objectives. The objectives used are simple, specific and arestated prior to the oral presentation (Gronlund,1998). Looking at the three objectives, they relate directly to thegoal given that it is a presentation. The objectives advanced inthis case are measurable and can be used to meet the goal. Theseobjectives can be measured qualitatively or quantitatively. Use oftime can be measured quantitatively while creation of PowerPoint andinteraction with audience qualitatively. Further, the words used arevery direct and leaves little or no room for interpretation. I wouldrecommend that the instructional goal tells more about the nature ofthe report as this will help further narrow down the objectivesensuring that they adhere to SMART criterion (Gronlund, 1998).

Writinggood objectives is critical in meeting any goal. Good objectives areknown to provide the criteria for selecting the instructional contentas well as procedures (Gronlund, 1998). With well written objectives,one can assess the success of the instruction. Additionally, throughwell written objectives, students are able to properly organizethemselves and channel the right efforts towards achieving the needof the instruction.

References

Gronlund,N. E. (1998). Assessment of student achievement. Allyn &amp BaconPublishing, Longwood Division, 160 Gould Street, Needham Heights, MA02194-2310 tele.