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DEFINE
GIVE THE PRECISE MEANING OF A WORD OR PHRASE AS CONCISELY AS POSSIBLE
STATE
GIVE A SPECIFIC NAME OR OTHER BRIEF ANSWER. NO SUPPORTING ARGUEMENT OR CALCULATION IS NECESSARY
LIST
GIVE A SEQUENCE OF NAMES OR OTHER BRIEF ANSWERS WITH NO ELABORATION. EACH ONE CLEARLY DISTINGUISHED FROM THE OTHERS. THE NUMBER REQUIRED MAY BE SPECIFIED
DRAW
REPRESENT BY MEANS OF PENCIL LINES. ADD LABELS UNLESS TOLD NOT TO DO SO.
MEASURE
FIND A QUANTITY AND STATE IT USING A NUMBER AND SI UNIT.
ESTIMATE
FIND THE MOST LIKELY VALUE FOR AN UNKNOWN QUANTITY, BASED ON THE INFORMATION PROVIDED AND SCIETIFIC KNOWLEDGE.
OUTLINE
GIVE A BRIEF ACCOUNT OR SUMMARY, INCLUDING ESSENTIAL INFORMATION ONLY.
DESCRIBE
GIVE A DETAILED ACCOUNT, INCLUDING ALL RELEVANT INFORMATION.
CALCULATE
FIND AN ANSWER USING MATHMATICAL METHODS. SHOW THE WORKING UNLESS INSTRUCTED NOT TO DO SO.
IDENTIFY
FIND AND ANSWER FROM A NUMBER OF POSSIBILITIES
APPLY
USE AN IDEA, EQUATION, PRINCIPLE, THEORY, OR LAW IN A NEW SITUATION.
COMPARE
GIVE AN ACCOUNT OF SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TWO (OR MORE) ITEMS, REFERRING TO BOTH (ALL) OF THEM THROUGHOUT. COMPARISONS CAN BE GIVEN USING A TABLE.
ANNOTATE
ADD BRIEF NOTES TO A DIAGRAM, DRAWING,OR GRAPH.
SUGGEST
PROPOSE A HYPOTHESIS OR OTHER POSSIBLE ANSWER.
DISCUSS
GIVE AN ACCOUNT INCLUDING, WHERE POSSIBLE, A RANGE OF ARGUEMENTS, ASSESSMENTS OF THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF VARIOUS FACTORS OR COMPARISON OF ALTERNATIVE HYPOTHESES.
EXPLAIN
GIVE A CLEAR ACCOUNT INCLUDING CAUSES, REASONS, OR MECHANISMS.
DEDUCE
REACH A CONCLUSION FROM THE INFORMATION GIVEN.
PREDICT
GIVE AN EXPECTED RESULT.
EVALUATE
ASSESS THE IMPLICATIONS AND LIMITATIONS
DESIGN
PRODUCE A PLAN, OBJECT, SIMULATION OR MODEL.
DETERMINE
FIND THE ONLY POSSIBLE ANSWER
ANALYSE
INTREPRET DATA TO REACH CONCLUSIONS
DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING
RECALL INFORMATION (FACTS, CONCEPTS, MODELS, DATA); RANSLATE INFORMATION FROM ONE FORM TO ANOTHER; EXPLAIN INFORMATION; SUMMARIZE INFORMATION.
APPLY AND USE
TAKE GIVEN INFORMATION AND USE IT TO SOLVE A TASK. THE TASKS MAY BE FAMILIAR OR NOVEL AND RECALLED INFORMATION CAN BE REQUIRED FOR THEIR SOLUTION.
CONSTRUCT
ASSEMBLE SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION IN A LOGICAL MANNER; REPRESENT OR DEVELOP IN GRAPH FORM.
ANALYSE
CLASSIFY THE COMPONENT PARTS AND PATTERNS.
EVALUATE
DISCUSS AND EXAMINE THE IMPLICATIONS (THE EFFECT AND SIGNIFICANCE) AND LIMITATIONS (THE CONFINES AND BOUNDARIES).
RESULTS
RAW DATA OR MANIPULATED DATA.
SCIENTIFIC METHODS/ TECHNIQUES
QUALITATIVE OR QUANTITATIVE EXPERIMENTAL METHODS (DEVISED BY STUDENTS OR TEACHERS, PUBLISHED IN TEXTBOOKS OR LITERATURE); THE REFINEMENT OF METHODS TO IMPROVE ACCURACY; REPEATING A METHOD TO IMPROVE RELIABILITY OF DATA COLLECTED; USE OF APPARATUS.
DATA
INFORMATION THAT COULD INCLUDE QUALITATIVE AND/OR QUANTITATIVE OBSERVATIONS.
SCIENTIFIC TERMINOLOGY
USE OF CORRECT NOMENCLATURE, CONVENTIONS, UNITS AND SIGNIFICANT FIGURES.
METHODS OF PRESENTING SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION
WRITTEN, ORAL, AUDIO-VISUAL, GRAPHIC AND USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
SCIENTIFIC EXPLANATIONS
EXPLANATIONS BASED ON SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION (INCLUDING MODELS), USING ARGUEMENTS TO SHOW REASONING.
SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION
STUDY OF PHENOMENON, HYPOTHESIS OR THEORY WHICH INVOLVES USING THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD.
PROBLEM SOLVING
THE USE OF EXPERIMENTAL (PRIMARY) DATA, AND THE DATA FROM OTHER SOURCES (SECONDARY), TO SOLVE A GIVEN PROBLEM OR PROBLEM FORMULATED BY THE STUDENT.
HYPOTHESIS
AN IDEA SUGGESTED AS A POSSIBLE WAY OF EXPLANING OBSERVATIONS AND PHENOMENA.
DISTINGUISH
GIVE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TWO OR MORE DIFFERENT ITEMS.