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    Locate and analyze a course, unit, or lesson found online. Be sure to include the Internet address of the selected content within your references. Write a brief summary of the course, unit, or lesson, including the anticipated grade or content level. Based on your own analysis of the content (do not duplicate something that may already be developed within the course/unit/lesson), you will develop 5 terminal course objectives (TCOs) for the lesson using the ABCD (audience, behavior, conditions, degree) method of writing objectives. Specifically, the 5 must consist of the following:
    3 cognitive objectives, 1 affective objective, and 1 psychomotor objective.
    Be sure to use Bloom's taxonomy measurable verbs to specify the level of the cognitive objectives, and label the level after each objective. Label the affective and psychomotor objectives as well.
    Take 1 of your objectives, and write 2 enabling objectives to help the learner reach the terminal course objective.

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    The lesson plan is for preschool children in early childhood education wherein the age group is four years of age. The lesson plan is a part of Florida's early learning and developmental standards for this age group wherein children are supposed to develop the capability to identify and name healthy foods using pictures from magazines, grocery store ads, and brochures.

    3 cognitive objects

    Students will give a description of a healthy food by demonstrating verbally healthy foods that have been shown by the teacher. The student will be able to differentiate between snacks such as candy ...

    Solution Summary

    This response analyzes a lesson plan for early childhood education using the Bloom Taxonomy paradigm to assess the course objectives.