We will begin the process of developing assessments for an instructional plan using the backward design model. In this model, we begin with the end in mind; therefore, when developing an instructional plan, we begin with the standards that we use to develop measurable learning objectives to ensure alignment. Once that is finalized, educators then create assessments before writing the instructional plans as this will ensure alignment between how we measure learner knowledge with instruction. Assignments in Weeks 1 through 5 will all be used in your Final Paper, so be sure to review your instructor feedback to make any necessary revisions in Week 6. Prior to beginning work on this assignment, · Review the Weekly Lesson for Week 1 that provides more explicit details on how to create measurable learning objectives. · Read Chapter 4: Learning Objectives, Assessment and Instruction. Be sure to complete the activity at the end of 4.1 that will you identify measurable learning objectives. · Explore the following article about the . · Watch the following video about the . · Review the web page. · Review the and to you with writing measurable learning objectives. Consider the following: · Teaching does not only happen in classrooms. There are many avenues in which you might need to know how to teach and assess learners. Consider what area of teaching you envision yourself. Do you see yourself as a classroom teacher, a corporate or health trainer, a military trainer, for example? · Consider what type of learners you would be teaching and the content area of interest. (Due Monday, Day 7) Complete the following: · Fill out the (see Weekly Lesson for Week 1 for an exemplar). The Week 1 template is what you will submit to Waypoint. · Highlight your chosen path that you foresee yourself teaching in (ex. PreK, K through 12, Military Trainer, Corporate Trainer, Health Trainer, etc.) · Copy and paste a selected standard from the following options: o Pre-K standards of your state. o (CCSS) that are for math and reading (see ). o K-12 standards of your state if you do not follow the CCSS or if you choose a different content area than math and reading. o Standards that are outside the discipline of the public schools (e.g., military, corporate, healthcare, etc.) · Develop three measurable learning objectives that align to your selected standard. o Check out Week 1 Weekly Lesson, which will provide additional support for developing your objectives. o Use the to you create three learning objectives within three different cognitive (thinking) levels. Be sure to label each objective with the level of thinking from Bloom’s Taxonomy. o Select from the verbs in the middle section of the wheel when writing your measurable learning objectives. Having measurable objectives makes writing your assessments so much easier! Your Developing Measurable Learning Objectives assignment · Complete the . · Must include a separate title page with the following: o Title of paper o Student’s name o Course name and number o Instructor’s name o Date submitted For further assistance with the formatting and the title page, refer to . · Must complete the one page template (be sure to include the title page). · Must use proper syntax and mechanics. Your writing should display meticulous comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling, grammar, and punctuation. · Must use APA formatting consistently throughout. Refer to the for assistance with APA style and formatting.