The following aims and goals permeate all aspects of A STUDY OF HEROES:

1. Instructional Aims
2. Cognitive Goals
3. Affective Goals
4. Inquiry Goals
5. Basic Skills Goals
6. Psychomotor Goals

Chaney, Goodman
and Schwerner

6. Psychomotor Goals

The students will:

1. Employ technology efficiently and effectively to research, report, and share one’s studies of heroes.

2. Manipulate objects to create different ways to communicate the stories of real heroes to others.

3. Use kinesthetic, visual, auditory, tactile, and coordination abilities to explore the concept of heroes.

4. Demonstrate a sufficient attention span and dexterity in discussing and relating the concept of heroes through various means.

5. Employ body language and interpretive movements to creatively express their knowledge and feelings related to real heroes.


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