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Principles of Teaching 1: the Relationship of the Taxonomy of Objectives with the Guiding Principles in the Selection and Organizing of Contents

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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
Gen. Santos Ave., Upper Bicutan, Taguig City
TAGUIG CAMPUS

PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 1
SEED 3043
2ND Semester SY2010-2011

The Relationship of the Taxonomy of Objectives
with the Guiding Principles
in the Selection and Organizing of Contents

Prepared by:
GARCIA, JENNIFER A., BSED II-1

Submitted to:
DR. JUANITA B. CARLOS

March 19, 2011

INTRODUCTION

The Relationship of the Taxonomy of Objectives with the Guiding Principles in the Selection and Organizing of Contents is the concept I choose, because I believed that taxonomy of objectives has the important role and the most significant things to consider in selection and organizing of contents. Taxonomy according to The Oxford English Minidictionary, 2000 is a scientific classification of organisms. In Principles of Teaching, 2009 by (Author), Taxonomy of objectives is classification of learning into 3 domains namely: (1) cognitive, (2) affective, and (3) psychomotor. Moreover, the researcher defines taxonomy of objectives as classification which has significant role in making specific objectives in imparting knowledge of the students. In today’s generation, students should be taught with specific objectives where in you can motivate them to learn based on their interest, attitudes and feelings. Students may be interested to one specific topic yet they don’t have the passion to do it and have many distractions around them. Through the three domain of classification of learning, the researcher believed that integration of these domains to the selection and organizing of contents would help the teacher point out the target objectives that he/she would like to impart to the students. The three domains have its level from lowest to the highest level. The cognitive domain includes (1) Knowledge or Recall, (2) Comprehension, (3) Application, (4) Analysis, (5) Synthesis, and (6) Evaluation. The affective domain includes (1) Receiving, (2)...