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ERIC Number: ED074032
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 47
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How to Individualize Your Classroom Instruction by Using Performance Objectives.
Alvir, Howard P.
This article attempts to show the teacher how to individualize the teaching experience by clarifying daily instructional goals. Its purpose is to reevaluate the cognitive, psychomotor, affective, and performance objectives used by the classroom teacher. The first section emphasizes the use of performance objectives in the classroom situation. The second section presents five steps necessary to individualize a classroom course through performance objectives; the first three steps give a general view of the course direction while the remaining steps emphasize specific course objectives. The last two sections of the article present examples of the lesson plan as used by teachers of an auto mechanics course and an advertising course. A critique of both examples is included. Twelve tables of data are presented. (BRB)
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