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Revised Bloom's Taxonomy

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Julie Little

on 23 October 2012

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Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Too often
we give pupils answers to remember
rather than problems to solve.
(unknown) Why use Bloom's Taxonomy? Bloom’s taxonomy provides a guideline for creating assignments, discussion questions, and assessments that address the kinds of skills that students must develop to be critical thinkers and learners. 1. What kind of grollers were they?
2. What did the grollers do?
3. Where did they do it?
4. In what kind of gak did they grangle?
5. Place one line under the subject and two lines under
the verb.
6. In one sentence, explain why the grollers were
grangling in the granchy gak. Be prepared to justify
your answer with facts.
7. If you had to grangle in a granchy gak, what one item
would you choose to have with you and why? The griny grollers grangled
in the granchy gak. What did the first pig make his house out of?
What happened to the wolf at the end of the story? Remembering
(Knowledge) Use verbs, products, and
question stems
to help you. Name one question, application/product, or assessment you
could use for REMEMBERING. What is the moral of the story?
What are the differences in the third pig and the second pig? Understanding
(Comprehension) Create a product, question, or assessment for Understanding. Applying
(Application) What would have changed in the story if the wolf were a snake?
How could the third pig change his plan so he didn’t have to go into the butter churn? Design a product, write a question, or create
an assessment for APPLYING. HOTS
(High Order
Thinking Skills) What was the problem with the 1st two pigs' thinking?

How were the three little pigs like the three bears in "Goldilocks and the Three Bears"?

What would have happened if the first house withstood the wolf’s mighty breath? Analyzing
(Analysis) Create your own question, product, or assessment for ANALYZING. If you had been the 3 little pigs' parents, what advice would you have given them about living on their own?

Judge the wolf's behavior in the story. Is he cruel or just doing what wolves are supposed to do?

Rank the characters from best decision maker to worst decision maker. Evaluation Create your own EVALUATION question, product, or assessment. Rewrite the story, telling it from the wolf's perspective (as if he were a good guy).

Suppose you could build a house that was indestructible, how would you build it, and what materials would you use?

Design a house that would withstand the wolf. Creation
(Synthesis) Create a question, product, or assessment for CREATION. Bibliography:
http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/2009/05/25/the-best-resources-for-helping-teachers-use-blooms-taxonomy-in-the-classroom/ Handouts:
Literature Response Modes Keyed to Bloom's Taxonomy
Bloom's Taxonomy Book Review Questions
Sign up for copies at the end of our session. Julie Little
October 23, 2012 Choose your own text.
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