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When a teacher chooses learning objectives for a child, which question should be asked?
A. What should Kelly learn next?
B. Where's Kelly in the learning process?
C. Do the plan and materials fit my lesson?
D. Has Kelly learned what was taught?

a.

asked by Brittney
  1. Wow! I'd be hard-pressed to choose among a, b, and d.

    posted by Writeacher
  2. I took the exam and my answer was correct.

    posted by Brittney
  3. Super!

    posted by Writeacher

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