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Instructional Objectives - IV (in Hindi )
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Talvir Singh
JRF Qualified | Motivational Speaker | Comedy Addict | Lyricist | 5 Year Teaching Experience |Youtuber | Unacademy Top Educator

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please do the vedio in english
Vimlesh Yadav
a year ago
Sure Telma will cover in both languages soon.
superb vedio sir ..thanks
thanks again sir, for your beneficial lectures
please upload DI lecture Sir

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  4. Gagne and Briggs Classification of Teaching and Instructional Objectives

  5. According to this classification, the learning outcomes fall under one of the following categories: 1. Intellectual skills: These skills are crucial for dealing with the environment. They include concept learning, rule learning, and problem solving. . 2. Cognitive strategies: These include methods and techniques for one's own learning, remembering, and thinking skills.

  6. 3. Verbal information: It refers to organized bodies of knowledge that an individual acquires. . 4. Motor skills: They are basically about motions carried out when the brain, nervous system, and muscles work together. 5. Attitudes: They refer to an internal state of an individual