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Complex   Overt   Response   (Level  5) At  this  level  within  the  domain,  you  should  expect  the  student  to  demonstrate  a  high  degree of   proficiency.    This  level  includes  highly  coordinated  motor  activities. EXAMPLE:  Demonstrate  the  procedure  for  disarming  live  ordinance. Adaptation   (Level   6) Adaptation   concern   highly   developed   skills.   Transfer   learning   is   associated   with   this   level   in that   students   use   previously   learned   skills   to   perform   new   but   related   tasks. EXAMPLE:   Adapt   your   instructional   style   to   the   appropriate   level   of   the   students. NOTE:  You  are  more  likely  to  find  behaviors  at  levels  six  and  seven  outside  of  the  training environment  because  of  their  complexity.  The  example  objective  used  in  level  six  might  be  more appropriate  to  an  evaluation  program  for  experienced  instructors  than  to  students  in  an instructor   training   course. Origination   (Level  7) Origination  refers  to  a  student’s  ability  for  new  and  creative  performance  after  having developed    skill. Learning  outcomes  at  this  level  emphasize  creativity  in  responding  to  a particular   situation   or   specific   problem. EXAMPLE:   Develop   alternative   strategies   for   delivering   instruction. The   “Taxonomy   of   Educational   Objectives”   provides   a   three-domain   system   for   the classification   of   instructional   objectives.    Each  domain  is  subdivided  into  categories  arranged in   hierarchical   order   from   simple   to   complex.   These   categories   aid   in   (1)   identifying   objectives for   an   instructional   unit,   (2)   stating   objectives   at   the   proper   level   for   the   defined   learning outcome,   (3)   defining   objectives   in   the   most   relevant   terms,   (4)   checking   the   comprehensiveness of  objectives,  and  (5)  communicating  to  others  the  nature  and  level  of  intended  learning outcomes. LEARNING   OBJECTIVE   ELEMENTS Learning  objectives  are  composed  of  three  elements: the  behavior,  the  condition,  and  the standard.  These  elements  define  what  the  student  will  be  able  to  do,  under  what  conditions,  and to  what  degree  of  proficiency. 67

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