Instructional Goals Part A

InstructionalGoals

PartA

  1. Use appropriate language (content and tone) in informal conversation in the workplace

Thebest instructional goal that best fit the situation is theintellectual skills. This is because the learner requires uniquecognitive activity to solve a problem (Beaubienand Baker, 2004).In this case, use of appropriate language requires intellectualskills to recall the content and the tone of the language

  1. Name the countries in the European Union

Toname the countries in the European Union, verbal informationinstructional goals is required. In this case, there is no symbolicmanipulation hence, no rule applying or problem solving (Dick andCarey, 2014).

  1. Perform a back-hand spring in a gymnastics routine

Toperform a back spring in a gymnastic routine, the best instructionalgoal to use is the psychomotor skills. This is because the wholeprocess requires coordination of physical and mental activities. Inaddition, execution of muscular actions is necessary to achievespecific results.

  1. Track hurricanes using both longitude and latitude lines

Totrack hurricanes using longitude and latitude lines, intellectualskills are needed. The process requires solving a problem thatrequires cognitive activity. In addition, the process requires someconcepts and knowledge about longitude and latitude lines.

  1. Perform a goal analysis

Intellectualskills are needed to perform a goal analysis. Firstly, one needs toclassify the goal statement. Secondly, one needs to identify themajor steps in the goal analysis (Guy,2009).In addition, the sequence of all these steps is required.

PartB

Attitude-Anexample of attitude goal is to make a lifestyle decision thatcorresponds to a healthy life. This involves a tendency to makedecisions. The goal is a long-term goal, and it is graduallyachieved.

Intellectualskills-Intellectual skills are required when a nurse is writing nursing-careplans for patients. This includes writing medication and treatmentsof the diseases.

Verbalcommunication- Todeal with a medical emergency, verbal communication skills isrequired. Medical practitioners should use appropriate written,verbal, and non-verbal communication when engaging with patients,caregivers, families, and policymakers.

References

Beaubien, J. M., &amp Baker, D. P. (2004). The use of simulation for trainingteamwork skills in health care: how low can you go?.&nbspQualityand safety in health care,&nbsp13(suppl1), i51-i56.

Dick,W., &amp Carey, L. (2014). The systematic design of instruction.Glenview, Ill.: Scott, Foresman.

Guy,R. (2009).&nbspTheevolution of mobile teaching and learning.Santa Rosa, Calif: Informing Science Press.