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10 Domains Of Human Learning
10 Domains Of Human Learning
10 Domains Of Human Learning
10 Domains Of Human Learning
10 Domains Of Human Learning
10 Domains Of Human Learning
10 Domains Of Human Learning
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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

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