Make your objectives S.M.A.R.T.
(Specific, Measurable, Action- Oriented,
1. Action Statements
The action must be Observable, Measurable, and Accurate.
Use the highest Bloom’s cognitive level that indicates what the students will do during training.
2. Condition Statements
3. Standard Statement:
Identify what you will give the student so the student can complete the objectives. (e.g. manuals, lesson materials, scenarios, examples, etc.)
Determine the Initiating Cue or the circumstances in which the student performs the objective. (e.g. Given a mission…)
Be specific. (e.g. Instead of listing an entire manual, cite specific pages.)
The verb in the standard must match the verb in the action.
Identify the main elements of the action that need to be observed.
Identify the standard of measurement that the student must reach, in order to satisfy the objective.
Ensure that the verb reflects what is required of the students during the lesson for which the TLO is written.
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