Science curriculum reflection paper

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Published on October 15, 2014

Author: artrobert

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Goals and Contents of teaching Science:
A Reflection Paper

1. Gutierrez, Art Robert D. Dr. Benjamin Quito BSEd-English MSC4 TF 16:00-17:30 R435 Goals and Contents of teaching Science: A Reflection Paper The Science Curriculum for the Elementary Level have different phases of understanding, this teaching methodology have a vital role of significance for them to learn, appreciate and to emboss in cognitive area as well as to the affective area. The Elementa ry level have basic concepts of science education, some of them are maintainable local resort. These includes skills, values, and attitudes. There are six main targets or themes of this curriculum, these are plants and their habitats - animals and their habitats - man and his health - matter and energy - the earth and the universe - man and the environment. The main objectives of this elementar y science curriculum is to bind the system of content, instructions, objectives and evaluation. One of the techniques to present this curriculum is to involve the students into some activities inside and outside the classroom. Because we are now on the 21st century, technology is one of the primary tools of human to communicate, and obtain information. Some of the aspects of education are revised or added, these includes the development of science-technology-society in Lebanon, the use of educational facilities, the use of cooperative learning methods and teamwork of science subject with other subject areas. The instructional objectives for the first and second cycles were stated in terms of famous taxonomy of educational objectives. The cognitive achievement of the students should be evaluated by objective test, or the behavioral objectives can help students to know what are required for them in evaluations. The cognitive product or mental achievement skills of students is usually measured by objective test, but evaluation of manual skills, attitudes and values are normally evaluated by observation of student behavior through time.

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