396 Downloads

WRITING LESSON OBJECTIVES (HOW-TO GUIDE FOR PRESERVICE TEACHERS)

WRITING LESSON OBJECTIVES (HOW-TO GUIDE FOR PRESERVICE TEACHERS)
WRITING LESSON OBJECTIVES (HOW-TO GUIDE FOR PRESERVICE TEACHERS)
WRITING LESSON OBJECTIVES (HOW-TO GUIDE FOR PRESERVICE TEACHERS)
WRITING LESSON OBJECTIVES (HOW-TO GUIDE FOR PRESERVICE TEACHERS)
WRITING LESSON OBJECTIVES (HOW-TO GUIDE FOR PRESERVICE TEACHERS)
WRITING LESSON OBJECTIVES (HOW-TO GUIDE FOR PRESERVICE TEACHERS)
Product Rating
4.0
2 Ratings
File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

1 MB|1 page
Share
Product Description

FROM THE UPCOMING, EDITABLE TAYLORMADE TEACHING PRAC PLANNER, THIS IS A FREE DOWNLOAD OF A HELPFUL HOW-TO GUIDE ABOUT WRITING S.M.A.R.T. LESSON OBJECTIVES, CREATED ESPECIALLY FOR AUSSIE PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS.

Download includes a 1-page PDF outlining some tips and tricks to refer to as a guide when forming effective and explicit learning objectives.

*Please note this page is intended to be used as a guide only. I find this method of writing lesson objectives to be useful; however, Universities and schools may require you to write lesson objectives using a different format, so always check with your University or school first :)

As always, questions and feedback are most welcome! feel free to message me directly on TPT or on instagram: @teaching_misstaylor

Thank YOU! :)

xo Miss Taylor

TERMS OF USE:

All resources created by Taylormade Teaching Australia (TTA) remain the intellectual property of TTA. Purchasing this resource grants you a single use of this resource for your individual classroom or home use only; multiple licences are required when more than one person will be using this resource. Please note this resource is protected by the Copyright Act 1968 (Australia), the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (USA) and associated international copyright laws; therefore, reproducing part or all of this resource, or any other TTA resource, is prohibited. Creating derivative works based on any part of a TTA resource is also considered copyright infringement and may result in formal notices, content removal or legal action. Above all, please remember: "the most valuable resource that teachers have is each other" - Robert John Meehan

Total Pages
1 page
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
Report this Resource
Loading...

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up