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Samples of taxonomy of learning based on Bloom and Gagne.

Samples of taxonomy of learning based on Bloom and Gagne.

Included are the principles behind each category in the taxonomy, and its corresponding learning task.

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    • Methusael B. Cebrian BLOOM’s TAXONOMY: CATEGORY PRINCIPLES LEARNING TASK -Interpret elements, -Interpreting the meaning of organizational principles, the statistical data based on ANALYSIS structures, construction and its variability and its frequency internal relationships. distribution. -develop new unique -Draw a simple school building structures, systems, models, design out of the figures of SYNTHESIS approaches and ideas for a triangular prism and given scenario. parallelogram. Review the design of the interior plan of the school EVALUATION Assess effectiveness of the building and provide whole concepts in relation to recommendations on how to values and provide judgment make the fire exit more relating to external criteria. accessible during emergencies. GAGNE’s TAXONOMY: INTELLECTUAL SKILLS PRINCIPLES LEARNING TASK DISCRIMINATION Making different responses to Distinguishing a red car and a the different members of a red bus in terms of its physical particular class feature. Performing a water filtration process; separating dirt from Ability to classify objects and the water. events according to their CONCRETE CONCEPT distinguishing features. Identifying black disk from a pool of different colored disk. RULE-USING Using rules or principles to Applying the MDAS respond to a given situation or (multiplication, division, inputs. addition, subtraction) rule for X= (9X+3Y)(6X-Y) Combined learned principles, Derive the formula of procedures, verbal information Pythagorean Theorem from PROBLEM SOLVING and cognitive strategies in a the equation of the cosine law which is C2=a2+b2-2ab Cos θ unique way with a domain to solve original problems.