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TAXONOMY FOR THE PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN
WRITING BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES
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able achieve Adaptive Skill aesthetic movement Arnold Gesell basic Basic-Fundamental Movements behaviors unique body image child's ability children the ability classification level cognitive component concept concerned continuum creative movement Critique devel discrimination educational goal environment essential Evaluation—As measured Evaluation—So extensor eye-foot coordination eye-hand coordination facilitate figure-ground functioning fundamental movement Goal—To develop Goal—To improve haviors Highly Skilled human movement included individual Interpretive Movement involved jump Kibler Kinesthesis kinesthetic learner performs learning domains learning experiences least limbs locomotor movements Manipulative Movements meaningful ment model for classifying Motor Learning motor skills move movement behaviors movement efficiency movement experiences movement skill muscle ninety percent Non-Locomotor Movements organization particular perceptual abilities perceptual-motor physical abilities Physical Education playground ball posture preschool children programs psychomotor behavior psychomotor domain reader Reflex Movements relevant sensory skilled movement space specific stimulus strength subcategory Success Level Suprasegmental Tactile Discrimination taxonomy Teacher Expectancy—Each child tion types utilized visual acuity