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It was open only to white people with low handicaps 10 or less. Recently, the clubhouse burnt down, and many of the members have left for other clubs. You have to rebuild the physical site, and also build up the number of members.
Please rank the following decisions in order of importance. Those people with a handicap greater than 20 cannot join the club.
Scoring Item to examine for positive change is "Racial Equality Programs. Validity Defense Overt, measurable actions are used to assess the student. This type of assessment is easy to use and provides overt, non-ambiguous results.
No negative or unexpected side effects are foreseen when this assessment is used.
Reliability Assessment The same assessor is used on the pretest and posttest. Environmental factors and covert incentives that may affect how a student reacts are neutralized. The cast would be those characters, cartoon figures, entertainers, etc. Objective Given two cartoon characters of the student's choice, the student will be able to list five major personality traits of each of the two characters, combine these traits either by melding traits together, multiplying together complimentary traits, or negating opposing traits into a composite character, and develop a short no more than 20 frames storyboard for a cartoon that illustrates three to five of the major personality traits of the composite character.
Purpose of Assessment To determine if a student in a high school setting can construct a composite character based on the personality traits of two given characters, can depict the composite character's personality, and can logically defend the composite character's personality and actions. Student receiving a score of 26 or more on the provided rubric have passed this test.
Possible Biases Some students may not be familiar with certain cartoon characters, due to cultural differences, or simply because of lack of exposure to the cartoon genre. In these cases, the instructor may want to assist the student in choosing two characters cartoon or otherwise, fictional or non-fictional the student is familiar with, so the student can complete the assignment without negative bias.
Assessment Procedure The student will list five major personality traits of each of the two characters. These are perceived traits, and are not judged by the instructor as to their correctness.
The student must then combine the traits of the two characters in a logical, defensible manner. Each new trait must be defended by the student either verbally or in writing. The following three examples illustrate this: Melding traits - Garfield loves lasagna. Green Lantern receives his power from a green lantern.
His power is focused through a ring he wears. The ring must be recharged by the lantern every 24 hours. In the composite character, it may be necessary to recharge the Ring of Pasta with the Lasagna of Power every 24 hours.
Multiplying together complimentary traits - If you have two characters that both fight for justice, the composite character would fight for justice as well, perhaps at a level some would consider fanatical.
Negating opposing traits - If one character is good and the other evil, the composite character would be neutral.
Then the student would develop short no more than 20 frames storyboard for a cartoon that illustrates three to five of the major personality traits of the composite character.Lesson Plans and Teacher Resources; The Instructional Design/Curriculum Development Process; Three Domains of Learning – Cognitive, Affective, Psychomotor; Types of curriculum; Writing Curriculum – Aims, Goals, and Objectives; Three Domains of Learning – Cognitive, Affective, Psychomotor.
Jan 12, · Bloom's Taxonomy: The Affective Domain. The affective domain is one of three domains in Bloom's Taxonomy, with the other two being the cognitive and psychomotor (Bloom, et al., Creates a life plan in harmony with abilities, interests, and beliefs.
Prioritizes time effectively to meet the needs of the organization, family, and self. Lesson Plans and Learning Domains by If the school at which you teach requires lesson plans to be in a specific format, please use that format.
affective domains. SYNTHESIS: Student originates, integrates, and combines ideas into a product, plan or proposal that is new. This page consists of links to lesson plans and resources for the affective domain including building community, social skills, friendship, kindness, self-esteem, feelings/emotions, values/character education, and bullying prevention.
Affective Education Lesson Plans and Resources This page consists of links to lessons and resources for the affective domain including building community, social skills, friendship, kindness, self-esteem, feelings/emotions, values/character education, and bullying prevention. A lesson plan for grades analyzing the relationship.
Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning Domains - Cognitive, Affective, Psychomotor domains, free training material and explanation of the Bloom theory.