An Objectives-Driven Example: Certain Language Arts Basic Skills

  • John W. Wick
Part of the Evaluation in Education and Human Services book series (EEHS, volume 14)


The learning event (step 1) for this chapter is the basic skills areas of punctuation, capitalization, grammar and usage for an elementary school, grades K to 8.


Regular Verb Correct Form Computerize Adaptive Testing Initial Instruction March Testing 
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