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ERIC Number: ED035874
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Aug
Pages: 79
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Behavioral Objectives for English as A Second Language (Developmental Copy).
Four County Committee on Behavioral Objectives, CA.
This document represents an attempt to demonstrate a way of writing meaningful objectives for teaching English as a Second Language. Behavioral objectives answer the questions: (1) what must the student learn, (2) what is the best way for him to learn it, and (3) how does one know when he has learned it? These model behavioral objectives attempt to specify the content and the method of presentation of material to the student; however, they are not meant for direct use in teaching. They are not meant to be exhaustive, definitive, or sequential, but rather illustrative. Examples of behavioral objectives are given for the following areas: phonology, morphology, structure, vocabulary, culture, and interrelated learnings. These content areas are subdivided into the four skill areas: listening, hearing, reading, and writing. (DO)
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Authoring Institution: Four County Committee on Behavioral Objectives, CA.