Writing Educational Objectives

You know where your student struggles, and now you have the data from your formal and informal assessments to prove it. Next, you need to write a goal and objectives for the the student to help improve the skill that they are demonstrating weaknesses in..ala the IEP goals and objectives!

What you need to know:

If a student is determined to be eligible for special education services, goals and objectives are written to address needs and an IEP is developed.

Long-term goals--Statements of anticipated progress that a student will make in one year upon which short-term objectives and benchmarks are based.

Behaviorally stated short-term objectives --Observable and measurable objectives that provide evidence of a student’s progress toward annual goals.

Your Task

Watch the following movie clips and write an educational goal for one of the characters that is clear, concise and measurable. You must state the character you are writing the goal for and the skill being addressed. Then write 1 goal and 2 objectives that address this skill. This is worth 15pts toward your next quiz.

In order to submit your goal and objectives, click at the bottom of the screen where it says, "Join the Conversation"

First enter your first and last name and then it will open a box for you to enter your comment/goal and objective.

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a year ago
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Goal: John will not talk back to the teacher 80% of the 4 out of 5 times per semester. Objectives: By midterms, John will not talk back to the teacher 50% of the 4 out of 5 times. By finals, John will not talk back to the teacher 80% of the 4 out of 5 times.

a year ago
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Breakfast club

a year ago
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Video #3 John will follow the directions given to him by his teacher 4 out of the 5 times. Objectives- 1. Will not speak out without permission from teacher, will raise hand 80% throughout the course of a day. 2. As the week goes on, johns will be able to raise his hand 90% by the end of each week.

a year ago
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Video #2 Goal: The student will use subtraction within twenty to solve math problems with 95% accuracy. Objective One: The student will use subtraction within ten to solve math problems with 95% accuracy. Objective Two: The student will use subtraction within fifteen to solve math problems with 95% accuracy.

a year ago
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Video # 1 Character: Lloyd Goal: Reading Fluency- When presented with a newspaper Lloyd will be able to read it fluently with less than 2 mistakes as measured by teacher observation during oral reading. Objectives-1.) Given a paragraph with 5-6 sentences Lloyd will be able to read it fluently with less than 2 mistakes as measured by teacher observation during oral reading. 2.) Given a paragraph with 3-4 sentences Lloyd will be able to read it fluently with less than 2 mistakes as measured by teacher observation during oral reading.

a year ago
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Video #2: Goal- The student will answer 10 subtraction problems told aloud to him without using his fingers to count on with 90% accuracy. Objective 1- The student will answer 5 of the problems told to him without using his fingers to count on with a 90% accuracy. Objective 2- The student will answer 8 of the problems told to him without using his fingers to count on with a 90% accuracy.

a year ago
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Video #3 Breakfast Club - John Bender Goal: John Bender will follow directions given to him by his teacher 5 out of 6 times with 80% accuracy. Objective 1- John Bender will raise his hand to speak instead of talking out loud with 4 out of 5 times with 80% accuracy during each day with assistance from the teacher. Objective 2- John Bender will be able to raise his hand 4 out of 5 times with 80% accuracy by the end of the first nine weeks without any assistance from the teacher.

a year ago
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Video #1: Given a newspaper, Lloyd will be able to fluently read a passage from the text with 80% accuracy with no assistance from the teacher in 4 out of 5 trials by the end of the IEP. Objective 1- Given a list of grade level sight words, Lloyd will be able to read the words with 80% accuracy, with no assistance from the teacher in 4 out of 5 trials by the end of the IEP. Objective 2- Given a 3 to 4 sentence paragraph, Lloyd will accurately read the sentences 80% of the time with no more than 2 mistakes by the end of the IEP.

a year ago
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LLOYD:
Objective: When reading independently, Lloyd will be able to fluently read an assigned passage from the text with 75% accuracy with no assistance from the teacher in 6 out of 8 occurrences when tested once a week.
Objective 1: LLoyd will be able to identify the sight word in one chapter of his independent reading book with 75% accuracy with no assistance from the teacher in 6 out of 8 occurrences when tested once a week.

a year ago
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Nikki C.: Objective 2: Lloyd will be able to identify a list of nonsense words with 75% accuracy with no assistance from the teacher in 6 out of 8 occurrences when tested once a week.