Developing  Questions forScripture Study that support Maximum LearningJan Paron, PhDAll Nations Leadership Institute<br />...
Six Levels of Understanding<br />When teaching, one needs to address understanding in six different levels: knowledge, com...
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Learning Progression of the Six Levels of Understanding<br />Knowledge<br />Fundamental l...
Six Levels of Understanding<br />When  developing questions and activities associated with your selected scripture study, ...
Six Levels of Understanding<br />The length of time you allow for at each level is determined by the prior knowledge of th...
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Let’s review the basic meaning of each level of understanding. <br />
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Knowledge<br />
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Comprehension<br />
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Application<br />
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Analysis<br />
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Synthesis<br />
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Evaluate<br />
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Guided Practice<br />Let’s try writing questions for each of the six levels of understand...
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Guided Practice<br />Before you begin, determine your vision for learning for that chapte...
Six Levels of Understanding<br />Guided Practice<br />Here’s my vision or enduring understanding for this study:<br />“Eac...
Six Levels of Understanding<br />References<br />Acknowledgments go to the authors of “Bloom’s Taxonomy for Learning.”  Bl...
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  1. 1. Developing Questions forScripture Study that support Maximum LearningJan Paron, PhDAll Nations Leadership Institute<br />Bloom’s Taxonomy:<br />Six Levels for Understanding<br />
  2. 2. Six Levels of Understanding<br />When teaching, one needs to address understanding in six different levels: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.  <br />Based on Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning, each level is a building block for understanding the next.<br />Beginning with the most basic level, which is knowledge, understanding becomes progressively more complex. The most complex is evaluation.<br />
  3. 3. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Learning Progression of the Six Levels of Understanding<br />Knowledge<br />Fundamental level of understanding <br />Complex & advanced levels of understanding <br />
  4. 4. Six Levels of Understanding<br />When developing questions and activities associated with your selected scripture study, you should address each level of understanding<br />
  5. 5. Six Levels of Understanding<br />The length of time you allow for at each level is determined by the prior knowledge of the audience. <br />Make adjustments and adaptations to time and approach, but include questions representative of all understanding levels.<br />
  6. 6. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Let’s review the basic meaning of each level of understanding. <br />
  7. 7. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Knowledge<br />
  8. 8. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Comprehension<br />
  9. 9. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Application<br />
  10. 10. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Analysis<br />
  11. 11. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Synthesis<br />
  12. 12. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Evaluate<br />
  13. 13. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Guided Practice<br />Let’s try writing questions for each of the six levels of understanding for Nouwen’s chapter on “The Temptation: To Be Spectacular.”<br />
  14. 14. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Guided Practice<br />Before you begin, determine your vision for learning for that chapter. In other words, what is the enduring understanding you want your students to have when they walk away from this study?<br />
  15. 15. Six Levels of Understanding<br />Guided Practice<br />Here’s my vision or enduring understanding for this study:<br />“Each type of ministry environment, whether it be individually or communally based, poses unique challenges. As a pastor, one must be acutely aware of his own fleshly nature and spiritually prepare for successful ministry regardless of the environment.”<br />
  16. 16. Six Levels of Understanding<br />References<br />Acknowledgments go to the authors of “Bloom’s Taxonomy for Learning.” Bloom and other colleagues identified the knowledge and skills involved in the cognitive domain of learning. The six levels of understanding I explained are actually the major categories of the cognitive domain from Bloom. <br />(Bloom, 1956)<br />
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