Relationship Between a Participant Goal and Its Objectives.
Task 1: Complete the following reading linked here
Task 2: Complete ReggieNet quiz to check your understanding of the readings.
Task 3: Watch Video 1: What is the relationship between participant goals and objectives?
Task 4: Answer question below based on what you learned in the video in Task 3.
In your own words, explain the relationship between a participant goal and its objectives.
Task 5: Watch Video 2: What are the four parts of a well-written objective?
Task 6: Complete the tasks in the blue boxes below, based on what you learned in the video in Task 5.
Q1 Given the proper equipment and space, the participant will be able to throw a Frisbee with an overhand grip and hit the goal post 7 out of 10 times.
Q2 Without reading the words from the handout, the child will be able to sing “Old McDonald” once from beginning to end.
Q3 Given a compass, the hiker will be able to name 80% of the compass parts correctly.
Q4By the end of the day, the student will be able to state the names of three people without prompting.
Task 7: Watch Video 3: How do we write our own objectives?
Task 8: Complete the activities in the blue boxes below, based on what you learned in the video in Task 7.
Q1 Goal: To increase hand-eye coordination. Activity: Baseball Age: 8-10 yearolds Write an ABCD objective that would measure participants’ hand-eye coordination during a baseball practice.
Q2 Goal: To increase running speed. Activity: Football Age: 18-22 yearolds Write an ABCD objective that would measure participants’ running speed during a football practice.
Q3 Goal: To increase non-verbal communication skills. Activity: Hot chocolate river (Watch the video if you need a reminder of this activity: https://youtu.be/j4RnyNiJhpA) Age: 18-22 yearolds Write an ABCD objective that would measure participants’ non-verbal skills during Hot Chocolate River. (Don’t forget that you can use the debrief as a way to measure your goals!)
Task 9: Answer the question below.
Q4 Writing ABCD objectives is a challenging skill that takes some getting used to. So it’s totally normal if there are parts of the process that remain confusing or that you have questions about. Below, submit one question or area of confusion you have about writing objectives.