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Object Analysis of Kindergarten reading activity

1. Describe the object
2. Describe the need the object addresses
3. State the goal or objective of the object
4. Describe the possible users of the object
5. Describe the relevant characteristics and capabilities of the object
6. Describe the materials and resources used to create the object
7. Evaluate any deficiencies or limitations with the current design of the object
8. Based on your evaluation, state whether the object fulfills its intended need or not and why
9. Explain how the object analysis process relate to a systematic approach to designing instruction

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This object analysis is based on a comprehension activity with a Norah Dooley book (Everybody cooks rice). The activity makes use of several question types from Bloom's Taxonomy of Questions. ...

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Object analysis is provided for a reading activity for kindergarten students utilizing Bloom's taxonomy of questions for assessing comprehension and knowledge based on reading of Norah Dooley's "Everybody Cooks Rice." This activity could be adapted for a different text, but provides different question types appropriate to this age group and an example of how to complete an object analysis for lesson and assessment planning.

The following are the questions included in the object analysis:
1. Describe the object
2. Describe the need the object addresses
3. State the goal or objective of the object
4. Describe the possible users of the object
5. Describe the relevant characteristics and capabilities of the object
6. Describe the materials and resources used to create the object
7. Evaluate any deficiencies or limitations with the current design of the object
8. Based on your evaluation, state whether the object fulfills its intended need or not and why
9. Explain how the object analysis process relate to a systematic approach to designing instruction

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