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How to Grade Cognitive Writing Skills in Student Writings

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How to Grade Cognitive Writing Skills in Student Writings for high schools, colleges, universities and graduate schools based on Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognitive Skills

How to Grade Cognitive Writing Skills in Student Writings for high schools, colleges, universities and graduate schools based on Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognitive Skills

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  • 1. How to Grade Cognitive Skills in Writing A MARKING RUBRIC FOR VARIOUS GRADE LEVELS
  • 2. RECOMMENDED MARKING RUBRIC FOR COGNITIVE SKILLS IN WRITING COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY LEVEL
  • 3. SKILL CREATE EVALUATE ANALYZE APPLY UNDERSTAND REMEMBER NO INPUT PROOF Can use ideas to CREATE a NEW IDEA, PROCESS, or VIEWPOINT Can USE THEORIES (or standards) to justify a DECISION, CHOICE OR OPINION Can IDENTIFY PARTS + EXPLAIN HOW they are RELATED, DIFFERENT, WORK TOGETHER Can USE ideas IN OTHER SITUATIONS (e.g., to solve a problem or answer a question) Can REPRODUCE EXACT IDEAS & explain them in OWN WORDS and OWN STRUCTURES. Can reproduce exact ideas, words, & structures. DEFINITIONS, FACTS, PROCESSES Absent; NO INPUT MARK A* A B C D E F
  • 4. MARKING RUBRIC FOR COGNITIVE SKILLS IN WRITING GRADUATE SCHOOL LEVEL WRITING
  • 5. Types of Cognitive Processes Remember Understand Apply Analyze Evaluate Create
  • 6. Types of Knowledge Types of Cognitive Processes Remember Understand Apply Analyze Evaluate Create Factual Knowledge Conceptual Knowledge Procedural Knowledge Metacognitive Knowledge
  • 7. Types of Knowledge Types of Cognitive Processes Remember WHAT Understand WHY (CREATE MEANING) Apply HOW (IMPLEMENT , USE) Analyze HOW & WHY CONNECTED Evaluate WHICH ONE JUDGE CHECK CRITIQUE Create REORGANIZE OR ADD VALUE Factual Knowledge Conceptual Knowledge Procedural Knowledge Metacognitive Knowledge
  • 8. Types of Knowledge Types of Cognitive Processes Remember WHAT Understand WHY (CREATE MEANING) Apply HOW (IMPLEMENT, USE) Analyze HOW & WHY CONNECTED Evaluate WHICH ONE JUDGE CHECK CRITIQUE Create REORGANIZE OR ADD VALUE Factual Knowledge FACTS LISTS DEFINITIONS Conceptual Knowledge RELATIONSHIPS DIFFERENCES SIMILARITIES CONNECTIONS Procedural Knowledge STEPS METHODS PROCESSES Metacognitive Knowledge LEARNING HOW TO LEARN COMBINATION COMBINATION
  • 9. Types of Knowledge Types of Cognitive Processes Remember WHAT Understand WHY (CREATE MEANING) Apply HOW (IMPLEMENT , USE) Analyze HOW & WHY CONNECTED Evaluate WHICH ONE JUDGE CHECK CRITIQUE Create REORGANIZE OR ADD VALUE Factual Knowledge FACTS LISTS DEFINITIONS Conceptual Knowledge RELATIONSHIPS DIFFERENCES SIMILARITIES CONNECTIONS Procedural Knowledge STEPS METHODS PROCESSES Metacognitive Knowledge E D C B A A* E D C B A A* E D C B A A* LEARNING HOW TO LEARN E D C B A A*
  • 10. USUAL GRADES (MARKS) OF AVERAGE LEARNERS Types of Knowledge Types of Cognitive Processes Remember WHAT Understand WHY (CREATE MEANING) Apply HOW (IMPLEMENT , USE) Analyze HOW & WHY CONNECTED Evaluate WHICH ONE JUDGE CHECK CRITIQUE Create REORGANIZE OR ADD VALUE Factual Knowledge FACTS LISTS DEFINITIONS Conceptual Knowledge E D C B A A* RELATIONSHIPS DIFFERENCES SIMILARITIES CONNECTIONS Procedural Knowledge STEPS METHODS PROCESSES Metacognitive Knowledge E D C B A A* E D C B A A* LEARNING HOW TO LEARN E D C B A A*
  • 11. END OF PRESENTATION mr.jaime.aiu@gmail.com 13 September 2013