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  • Specific student-focused expectations following a unit of instruction, usually stated in observable and measurable terms. Learning outcomes are often tied to a taxonomy, or hierarchy of learning levels. Learning can be assessed at any level, and the progression can be followed by using continuously more complex verbs (repeat, paraphrase, describe, explain, analyze, create). Outcomes drive both the lesson plans and the assessment; sources include text resource materials and state education Web sites.

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