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In this lesson you are going to learn how to structure a behavioural objective in Mathematics.

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Behavioural objectives define observable behaviour changes in an individual usually after a teaching sequence.

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A specific objective is one that is composed of three parts, namely condition, behaviour, criteria.
  • Here is an example

Given ruler and compasses, students of Grade 6 will be able to construct an angle of 90° with 100% accuracy.

  • Can you identify the condition as stated in the objective?
  • Yes.
  • The condition is 'Given ruler and compasses'.
  • What behaviour is required?

'Construct an angle of 90°.

  • What is the criteria?

'With 100% accuracy'

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