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BRICK 4: Write a specific instructional objective

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                       Introduction   -   BRICK 1    -   BRICK 2   -   BRICK 3  -   BRICK 4  -   BRICK 5  -   BRICK 6    -  MULTIMEDIA 



BRICK 4: Write a specific instructional objective(s) including the three components of a behavioral objective.

Present your progress to the class (3-4 minutes).

Remember that you are only creating a plan.  When you make further progress into the program, you will implement your instructional plans with real students and make appropriate revisions to your instructional package.  This first stab at designing an instructional plan emphasizes working with a team. When you and your team make your presentation, you will describe the process by which you develop your plan and the insides that you gathered by working virtually.


With the use of Glogster, 5th grade students from Progreso ISD will be able to create rich media digital posters, by using at least five of the eight media tools learned during the training, in order to enhance school projects.

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