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Appendix 4: A guide to writing learning outcomes
A statement of a learning outcome contains an action (verb) and an object (usually a noun).
Different verbs are used in learning outcomes to indicate the level of complexity the learning will address. Table A3.2 features six cognitive processes and appropriate verbs that can be used when writing learning outcomes.
Table A3.2. Six cognitive processes and associated verbs that can be used when writing learning outcomes
Beware of vague verbs and phrases that cannot be measured:
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