Bloom’s taxonomy

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Bloom’s taxonomy

  1. 1. Bloom’s Taxonomy Bloom’s Taxonomy divides the way people learn. There are six levels associated with Bloom’s Taxonomy. Each level has key words and appropriate questions used to achieve that level.
  2. 2. Level 1 Remembering Some of the key words/questions associated with this level are: choose define find how label list when where which who why what spell and recall.
  3. 3. Level II Understanding  Key Words Classify Explain Illustrate show summarize Infer Extend Demonstrate Contrast.
  4. 4. Level III Applying  Key Words Apply Build Choose Select Utilize Model Interview Plan Construct Develop Organize Make Use Of
  5. 5. Level IV Analyzing  Key Word ANALYZE CONTRAST DIVIDE SIMPLIFY THEME INSPECT FUNCTION DISCOVER ASSUME CATAGORIZE
  6. 6. LEVEL V Evaluating  Key Words Agree Appraise Support Value Recommend Defend Deduct Opinion Perceive Importance Conclude Decide Justify Prioritize
  7. 7. Level VI Creating  Key Words ADAPT CHANGE BUILD ORIGINATE TEST SUPPOSE PREDICT COMPILE COMPOSE IMAGINE HAPPEN FORMULATE PLAN MAXIMIXE MINIMIZE THEORY DISCUSS DESIGN DELETE MODIFY SOLVE
  8. 8. Bloom’s Taxonomy and Technology Bloom’s Taxonomy is used to emphasize intellectual outcomes. Blooms taxonomy is used to increase critical thinking, increase attention to detail, increase comprehension and expand problem solving skills. These skills can be achieved through various tasks using technology. You can create PowerPoint presentations, wikis, presentations using Prezi or other interactive gameboards.
  9. 9. Bloom’s Taxonomy Bloom’s Taxonomy was the initial framework in education. It is still currently utilized because of the universal key words and guide to structuring questions. Those questions lead to the desired outcome. It also categorizes by levels which helps guides the progression of learning.

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