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Define the first Part of bloom's which is Knowledge in Detail
specifics,
Terminolgy,
Specific,
Ways and Means of dealing with specifics
Conventions
trends and sequences
classifactions and Categories
Critiera
Methodlogy
The Universe and abstraction a field
Principles and genralizations
Theories and structures
What does comprehension?(grasp)
Tranlation
interpretation
Exploration
Application (have a go" to) attitude?
Student selects, transfers, and uses data
and principles to
complete a problem
or task with a mini-
mum of direction
4) Define Analysis in Bloom's and what that means
To take apart
used in elements, relationships, of Organizational principles
Define Synthesis and what it means?
To put together
Production of Unique communication
Production of a plan, or proposed set of operations
DEVIATION OF A SET OF ABSTRACT RELATIONS
The last part of Bloom's is Evaluation?
Means Judging worth, etc.
Judgement in terms of internal evidence
Judgements in terms of external criteria
Types of sample verbs in Knowledge level of Bloom's and applications styles
Write
List
Label
Name
State
Define
The student will define
the 6 levels of Bloom's
taxonomy of the
cognitive domain, what is level of application
Types of sample verbs in comprehension level of Bloom's and applications styles
Comprehension sample verbs Explain
Summarize
Paraphrase
Describe
Illustrate
Comprehension application process The student will explain
the purpose of Bloom's
taxonomy of the
cognitive domain
Types of sample verbs in Application level of Bloom's and applications styles
Use
Compute
Solve
Demonstrate
Apply
Construct
The student will
compare and contrast
the cognitive and
affective domains
Types of sample verbs in Analysis level of Bloom's and applications styles
To break it down
Analyze
Categorize
Compare
Contrast
Separate The student will
compare and contrast
the cognitive and
affective domains
Analyze
Categorize
Compare
Contrast
Separate The student will
compare and contrast
the cognitive and
affective domains
Types of sample verbs in Synthesis level of Bloom's and applications styles
Create
Design
Hypothesize
Invent
Develop
The student will
design a classification
scheme for writing
educational objectives
that combines the
cognitive, affective,
and psychomotor
domains.
define evaluation and the verbs, show a form of an application on the evaluation process
Judge
Recommend
Critique
Justify The student will
judge the effectiveness of writing
objectives using
Bloom's taxonomy
Judge
Recommend
Critique
Justify The student will
judge the effectiveness of writing
objectives using
Bloom's taxonomy
What are the 3 of Bloom's Taxonmy, That all middle school teachers should understand
Analysis
Synthesis
Evlauation
A, S, E