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Analysis of Instructional and Evaluational Objectives in Chemistry I Textbooks
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Analysis of Instructional and Evaluational Objectives in Chemistry I Textbooks
Park, Hyun-Ju; Bea, Jeong-Ju; Jo, Kye-Seung;
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 Abstract
This study was to analyze the educational objectives of evaluation of practice quizzes and learning objectives of chemistry I textbooks for the 2009 revised curriculum by Klopfer`s taxonomy. The result revealed that the objectives of science education indicated in the 2009 revised curriculum were contained the educational meaning of all categories except `manual skills` of Klopfer`s taxonomy of educational objectives. The learning objectives of chemistry I textbooks laid mostly on `the knowledge and comprehension` and `the process of scientific inquiry`. It showed that `the objectives of scientific knowledge and methods`, `manual skills` and `scientific attitude and interest`, `orientation` seemed to be taken in a relatively careless way. The result on the practice quizzes in textbooks, they also laid stress on `the knowledge and comprehension` were covered much, even though they were emphasized in the other objectives of the curriculum. It was concluded that the educational objectives of the science textbooks did not reflect much on educational objectives of the 2009 revised curriculum.
 Keywords
Klopfer`s taxonomy of educational objectives;Chemistry I;2009 Revised curriculum;Textbook;
 Language
Korean
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