Reviewthe "Instructional Guide for Developing Student Learning Objectives" located In the College of Education Resources: Assessment Toolkit. Refer to the Wk 2 – Activities for details on how to access this.
Access and reviewP21.org
Identifyan integrated instructional unit with which you are familiar. This might be a unit you developed for a previous course, a unit that you would like to teach, or a published instructional unit.
Identifythe academic standards and 21st-century skills that integrated instructional unit supports.
Create one high quality instructional objective for each of the following academic areas: math, reading, social studies, and science, and one high quality instructional objective for at least two different 21st-century skills. The instructional objectives need to support the integrated instructional unit and be aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) or similar standards adopted by your state.
Developa 7- to 10-slide presentation that includes: an overview of the integrated instructional unit, including the source of that unit the adoption and current use of the CCSS or similar standards in your state the elementary grade level that your identified integrated instructional unit and instructional objectives are intended for an explanation of why you selected the identified academic standards and 21st-century skills
Include one appropriate method of assessment for each of your instructional objectives (objective test, authentic-type assessment, portfolio), and explain why you have chosen these methods of assessment.
Please include any references used.