DOELWITGERIGTE ONDERRIG: ‘N STRATEGIE VIR ONDERRIG- EN LEERSUKSES IN BYBELKUNDE
AbstractObjective orientated teaching: a strategy for success in teaching and learning of biblical studies Effective curriculum development forms the foundation for teaching and learning success within the framework of an objective-orientated teaching approach. Although the practice of formulating objectives for teaching purposes is not new, reality indicates that a great deal of confusion of concepts still exists. A four-level distinction of terms is made and four basic terms are used as key concepts namely, mission, aim, goal, and objective. These concepts form a pyramidal hierarchy and cyclic relationship with each other and constitute the backdrop against which is indicated that objective-orientated teaching is an holistic approach of interdependent deductions from, feedback to and support of different levels in a total teaching planning process. The cyclic relationship between curriculum planning, its execution (teaching) and the evaluation of learning achieved is, therefore a never ending process of adjustment, striving to attain the highest degree of academic and scientific moulding of students.
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