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ENGLISH 20 Professor Tanaka GENERAL UNIVERSITY GOALS The Berkeley Model Based on a study by K P Cross and T A Angelo University of California Berkeley School of Education CAUTION All handouts are to be used in conjunction with class discussion and other course materials They are not intended to be stand alone instructions or explanations The Cross Angelo Curriculum Goals Model The Berkeley Model provides a set of goals and objectives for any course at a major college or university regardless of the subject matter of the course We have used a slightly modified version of this proposal in designing this section of English 20 The points listed below are all equally important but they are grouped in terms of the emphasis we will be giving to them this semester GROUP A 1 Develop the ability to apply principles and generalizations already learned to new problems and situations 2 Develop analytic skills 3 Develop problem solving skills 4 Develop the ability to draw reasonable inferences from observations 5 Develop the ability to synthesize and integrate information and ideas 6 Develop the ability to think holistically to see the whole as well as the parts 7 Develop the ability to distinguish between fact and opinion 8 Develop an openness to new ideas 9 Develop a capacity to think for one s self GROUP B 1 Improve the ability to follow directions instructions and plans 2 Improve one s skill at paying attention and listening 3 Improve the ability to focus and concentrate 4 Improve reading strategies 5 Improve written communication skills 6 Develop effective study skills strategies and habits for dealing with assignments GROUP C 1 Develop a sense of satisfaction at performing skillfully 2 Cultivate a sense of responsibility for one s own behavior 3 4 5 6 Improve self esteem self confidence Develop a respect for others their values and ideas Cultivate an active commitment to honesty Develop leadership and management skills



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