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Example of English Lesson Plan on Classification of Educational Objectives Related to Affective Domain

Example of English Lesson Plan on Classification of Educational Objectives Related to Affective Domain

OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the lesson, the students are able to:

  1. Correctly classify 7 out of 10 instructional objectives according to Bloom's Affective Taxonomy.
  2. Construct an instructional objective for each of the levels of the Bloom's Affective Taxonomy.

MATERIALS, RESOURCES AND TECHNOLOGY NEEDED:

Textbook Cartolinas
Computer Markers
Internet connection Masking Tape
Manila papers

REFERENCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affective

PROCESS/ INSTRUCTION

  1. Short review on the classification of learning outcomes.
  2. Presentation of the Bloom's Affective Taxonomy of Educational Objectives.
  3. Giving of examples for each of the levels.
  4. INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY
    • Classification of the instructional objectives according to Bloom's Affective Taxonomy
  5. GROUP ACTIVITY
    • The class will be divided into groups of 5 members
    • Each group will be given 3 levels of Bloom's Affective Taxonomy. They will make an instructional objective for each of the levels.
    • Each group will present their output to the class.

REFLECTION

For the reflection part of the lesson, the students will be asked the following questions:

  • Why is it important for the teachers to gain insight on the affective traits of the students?
  • As a future teacher, why is it important for us to consider the attitudes, opinions, interests and preferences of our future students?

CLOSURE

For the closure, there will be a short wrap-up of the lesson. Important points to remember will be communicated to the students. The following questions will be answered:

  1. What are affective traits?
  2. What are the levels of the Bloom's Affective Taxonomy?
  3. What are the methods of assessing affective targets?
  4. What are the general guidelines for developing a set of items?
  5. Why is it important to assess affective traits of the students?

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE

  1. Introduction of the methods in assessing affective traits.
    • After the sharing of ideas, we will give a short recap about the topic affective from the previous discussions: applying affective domain in making instructional objectives and the importance of affective traits in constructing affective assessments (overview).
  2. Presentation of the Blooms' Affective Taxonomy of Educational Objectives
    • Discussion of the different categories of Blooms' Affective Taxonomy
    • Giving of examples of the different objectives for each of the categories
  3. Group Activity