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Transcript of Bloom's Taxonomy
What is this?
Recall of Information
Actions: Restate, Describe, Define, List
Example: Identify steps in a common procedure
What makes this important?
Judge the value based on clear evidence or select criteria
Verbs: Assess, judge, evaluate, measure
Example: Critique each others' answers
What does this mean?
Able to grasp meaning
Verbs: explain, simplify, summarize, give examples
Example: paraphrase the main points of a reading assignment
How can this be used?
Use information in new ways
Verbs: Predict, demonstrate, solve, apply
Example: create a flow chart showing how to use a principle
How does this work?
Break down information into parts
Verbs: Compare/contrast, relate, categorize, analyze
Example: Create a Venn diagram
How does this all connect?
Put together parts forming a new structure or pattern
Verbs: Create, organize, arrange, propose
Example: Generate practice questions that integrate text and lecture content
What is Bloom's Taxonomy?
Bloom's Taxonomy is a leveled approach to thinking that gradually increases from lower level thinking skills to higher order thinking skills.
Why is Bloom's Taxonomy important?
Understanding the different levels of thinking and incorporating each level of thinking in learning helps to increase student knowledge and improves learning by encouraging students have a deeper interaction with content.