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10 Domains Of Human Learning

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  • 1. THE THREE MAIN LEVEL OF SKILLS 1. COGNITIVE LEVEL 1.1 Knowledge - to remember, define, recognize, recall/recite by memory 1.2 Comprehension - to translate, interpret, paraphrase, summarize, extrapolate (expound or describe)
  • 2. 1.3 Application - to relate ideas and information to other situations (e.g. How Rizal’s wishing colonial reforms would apply to present-day Filipino nationalists who do not want neo-colonialism) 1.4 Creation - to breakdown into other ideas/concepts, to device a similar idea, construct (e.g. adapt a short story into a radio play)
  • 3. 2. AFFECTIVE LEVEL 2.1 Receiving - to be aware, to lend attention (e.g. listen and feel the emotions of a poet as his poem is read) 2.2 Responsive - to react actively 2.3 Valuing - to display an attitude 2.4 Characterizing - to show a consistent value system, to develop a characteristic lifestyle
  • 4. 3. MOTOR SKILLS LEVEL 3.1 Imitation - to repeat action (e.g. act our a backhand tennis drive) 3.2 Manipulation - to perform independently (e.g. prepare a picture book) 3.3 Precision - to perform with accuracy 3.4 Articulation - to perform unconsciously with increased skills
  • 5. INTERPERSONAL SKILLS 1.Seeking or giving information - to offer facts, opinions, clarifications 2. Proposing - to make a suggestion 3. Building or supporting - to add to a concept 4. Shutting - to exclude members/a group from involvement
  • 6. INTERPERSONAL SKILLS 5. Disagreeing - to declare difference of opinion, to criticize 6. Summarizing - to restate in a compact form