Protomnema: SNOW Translation Objectifying Thesaurus Conceptualization Association Transference Contextualization Intonation Comparison 雪 [ snō ] Weather -Color: snow white Iceland Princess Snowflake Fire T O C T A C T I C Back RQ
Bloom’s Six Levels of Education Higher order of Thinking http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet/Articles/BloomsT/index.htm Evaluation Synthesis Analysis Application Comprehension Knowledge Lower Order of Thinking Protomnema Feature Wholistic
Multi-sensorial Learning NOTE: V* These are learning processes classified as para-visual as they entail accessing pictures and images not through one’s physical eyes, but through one’s imagination. Transference (V*) Contextualization (V*) Identification of antonym (K-V) Association (V*) Definition (K-V) Conceptualization (K-V) Translation (K-V) Intonation (K-A) Objectifying (K-V) Text-based Learning Processes Audio-based Learning Processes Graphic-based Learning Processes
Protomnemic Levels of Learning Attach, Select Support Conceptualization Creating standards of judgment Evaluation 6 Construct, Create, Transference Objectifying Going beyond what is known through production of new ideas Synthesis 5 Compare, Discriminate Differentiate Comparison Breaking down materials in to components through differences & similarities Analysis 4 Apply, Illustrate, Interpret Contextualization Applying concepts in real world situations Application 3 Describe, Classify, Recall Recognize Association; Showing understanding through description Comprehension 2 Name, Identify, Label Translation; Intonation; Thesaurus Knowing specific facts Knowledge 1 Learning actions Protomnema Definition Level of Learning
After spending many hours in protomnema, one cannot but always remember that English is really very important. I never knew there were so many enjoyable ways of learning vocabulary. I don’t speak English well now, but completing the protomnema feels so good. One accumulates so many words with just one word.