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solo taxonomy

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miriam ruivivar

on 13 November 2012

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Transcript of solo taxonomy

A number of connections are made but the significance of the whole is not determined

Indicative verbs: enumerate, classify, describe, list, combine, do algorithms Unistructural Relational Extended Abstract Pre-structural Students can indicate connection between facts and theory, action and purpose SOLO Taxonomy Structure of Learning Outcome Multistructural Understanding is transferable and extends to different areas.

Indicative verbs: theorise, generalise, hypothesise, reflect, generate SOLO Taxonomy was formulated by John Biggs and Kevin Collis in the 1980s.

This taxonomy is categorized in 5 levels. Student misses the point Simple and obvious connections are made but broader significance is not understood.

Indicative verbs: identify, memorise, do simple procedure Indicative verbs: compare/contrast, explain causes, integrate, analyse, relate, apply Pre-structural Unistructural Multistructural Relational Extended Abstract
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