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analyze
Break material into its constituent parts and determine how the parts relate to one another/overall purpose
apply
decide which abstractions are relevant in a problem situation. (Use the acstraction to solve the problem)
attribute
Determine point of view, bias, value, or intent underlying presented material.
classify
determine which category blongs to something
compare
Identify and describe points of similarity.
compare
Make of form by combining things, parts, or elements
contrast
bring out the points of difference
create
put elements together to form a coherent or functional whole
criticize
Make judgements as to the correctness, faults, or merits of an item or issue.
critique
detect consistencies and inconsistencies between a product and relevant external criteria; detect the appropriateness of a procedure for a given problem
defend
develop a present an argument to support a side
define
give the meaning of a word or concept
describe
give an accounts of; tell or depict in words
design
devise a procedure for accomplishing some task
develop
bring to a more advanced, effective, or usable state; produce
differentiate
distinguish relevent from irrelevent parts or important from unimportant parts
explain
make clear the cause or reason
evaluate
make judgements based on criteria and standards
generate
come up with alternative hypotheses, examples, solutions, etc.
identify
recognize as being a particular person or thing
illustrate
Use a concrete example to clarify a point
infer
draw a logical conclusion from presented info
interpret
give the meanding of; change from one form of representation to another
justify
give your evidence; present facts to support your position
predict
know or tell beforehand with precision what will happen
propose
offer for consideration; sugguest
recognize
locate knowledge in long erm memory that is consistent with presented material
recall
retrieve relevant knowledge from long-term memory
trace
follow the course of; give a description of progress