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A tool to provide classification in two dimensions which is used to determine objectives, instructional level, questioning in class and testing.
Bloom's Taxonomy
Identification and recall of information
The who, what, when, where, how
(describe)
knowledge
Organization and selection of facts and ideas
ex--retell
ex--What is the main idea of ____
Comprehension
Use of facts, rules, principles
to understand the information.
ex--Explain how turnpikes got their mane?
Comprehension
Use of information in a real situation Use of facts, rules, principles.
ex--How is____ related to _____?
ex--Using a shoebox, construct a biome with an evident food chain
Application
The information is broken down into its parts.
ex--Compare and contrast a plant to an animal cell.
ex--List the ways Sacajawea helped Lewis and Clark
Analysis
The information is put together in a new way.
ex--What would you predict/infer from _______?
Design a mini-filmstrip to show why a group effort was so important to pioneer families.
Synthesis
There are judgements made according to set criteria.
ex-President Bush has put a band on further stem cell research...Is this fair? Defend your answer.
Evaluation
acquire label select
count define identify
name match list
recall recite state
read quote draw
recognize tabulate record
Illustrative verbs for use in stating objectives on the Knowledge Level
compare contrast convert
describe differentiate infer
discuss give in own words rewrite
rearrange interpret prepare
explain determine represent
transform conclude estimate
Illustrative verbs for use in stating objectives on the Comprehension Level
apply develop modify relate
classify compute manipulate
organize practice restructure
show solve examine
discover choose illustrate
transfer utilize predict prepare
Illustrative verbs for use in stating objectives on the Application Level
analyze detect identify
recognize diagram break down
deduce group point out
subdivide select separate
distinquish order categorize
transform illestrate infer
Illustrative verbs for use in stating objectives on the Analysis Level
arrange design originate
combine develop plan rewrite
compile document prepare specify
construct integrate transmit tell
summarize prescribe formulate derive
reorganize explain revise relate
Illustrative verbs for use in stating objectives at the Synthesis level
appraise argue criticize
measure assess decide grade
rank rate validate verify
determine justify judge consider
critique recommend select test
standardize summarize decide conclude
Illustrative verbs for use in stating objectives at the evaluation level
Match student activity to Bloom's category:
remembering facts, terms, definitions, concepts, principles
Knowledge Category
Match Bloom's category to student Activity:
understanding the meaning of material
Comprehension category
Match Bloom's category to a student activity:
selecting a concept or skill and using it to solve a problem
Application Category
Match Bloom's category to a student activity:
Breaking material down into its parts and explaining the hierarchical relations.
Analysis Category
Match Bloom's category to a student activity:
Producing something original after having broken the material down into its component parts.
Synthesis category
Match Bloom's category to a student activity:
Making a judgement based upon a pre-established set of criteria
Evaluation category