Blooms taxonomy

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Blooms taxonomy

  1. 1. BLOOM’S TAXONOMY What is your thinking level?
  2. 2. Evaluation Synthesis Analysis Application Comprehension Knowledge Making decisions and supporting views; requires understanding of values. Combining information to form a unique product; requires creativity and originality. Using information to solve problems; transferring abstract or theoretical ideas to practical situations. Identifying connections and relationships and how they apply. Restating in your own words; paraphrasing, summarizing, translating. Memorizing verbatim information. Being able to remember, but not necessarily fully understanding the material. Bloom’s Taxonomy Identifying components; determining arrangement, logic, and semantics. GraduateSchoolUndergraduateHighSchool This pyramid depicts the different levels of thinking we use when learning. Notice how each level builds on the foundation that precedes it. It is required that we learn the lower levels before we can effectively use the skills above.
  3. 3. BLOOM’S TAXONOMY Competence Skills Demonstrated Knowledge The recall of specific information Comprehension Understanding of what was read Application Converting abstract content to concrete situations Analysis Comparison and contrast of the content to personal experiences Synthesis Organization of thoughts, ideas, and information from the content Evaluation Judgment and evaluation of characters, actions, outcomes, etc., for personal reflection and understanding
  4. 4. KNOWLEDGE Memorization  Observation and recall of information  Knowledge of dates, events, places  Knowledge of major ideas  Mastery of subject matter
  5. 5. KNOWLEDGE Memorization  Arrange  Define  Describe  Duplicate  Identify  Label  List  Memorize  Name  Order  Quote  Recall  Recognize  Relate  Repeat  Reproduce
  6. 6. COMPREHENSION Understanding  Understand information  Grasp meaning  Translate knowledge into new content  Interpret facts, compare, contrast  Order, group, infer causes  Predict consequences
  7. 7. COMPREHENSION Understanding  Classify  Describe  Discuss  Explain  Express  Identify  Indicate  Locate  Recognize  Report  Restate  Review  Select  Translate
  8. 8. APPLICATION Using  Use information  Use methods, concepts, theories in new situations  Solve problems using required skills or knowledge
  9. 9. APPLICATION Using  Apply  Choose  Demonstrate  Dramatize  Employ  Illustrate  Interpret  Operate  Practice  Schedule  Sketch  Solve  Use  Write
  10. 10. ANALYSIS Taking apart  Recognition of patterns  Organization of parts  Discovery of hidden meanings  Identification of components
  11. 11. ANALYSIS Taking apart  Analyze  Appraise  Calculate  Categorize  Compare  Contrast  Criticize  Differentiate  Discriminate  Distinguish  Examine  Experiment  Question  Test
  12. 12. SYNTHESIS Putting together  Use old ideas to create new ones  Generalize from given facts  Relate knowledge from several areas  Predict, draw conclusions
  13. 13. SYNTHESIS Putting together  Arrange  Assemble  Collect  Compose  Construct  Create  Design  Develop  Formulate  Manage  Organize  Plan  Prepare  Propose  Set up  Write
  14. 14. EVALUATION Judging  Compare and discriminate between ideas  Assess value of theories, presentations  Make choices based on reasoned argument  Verify value of evidence  Recognize subjectivity
  15. 15. EVALUATION Judging  Appraise  Argue  Assess  Attach  Choose  Compare  Defend  Estimate  Judge  Predict  Rate  Select  Support  Value  Evaluate  Explain
  16. 16. Evaluation Synthesis Analysis Application Comprehension Knowledge Bloom’s Taxonomy & Photosynthesis State the definition of photosynthesis. OR Which of the following are reactants for photosynthesis? Summarize (in your own words) the process of photosynthesis. If respiration is the reverse of photosynthesis, write the formula for respiration. What is the relationship between the light reactions and the Calvin Cycle? Design an experiment to determine the effects of light intensity of the rate of photosynthesis Global warming is caused by a build up of CO2 in the air. How can adding more plants in the environment lessen the effects of global warming?
  17. 17. BLOOM’S TAXONOMY applied to GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS
  18. 18. Evaluation Synthesis Analysis Application Comprehension Knowledge Bloom’s Taxonomy & Goldilocks List the items used by Goldilocks while she was in the Bears’ house. Explain why Goldilocks liked Baby Bear’s chair the best. Demonstrate what Goldilocks would use if she came to your house. Compare this story to reality. What events could not really happen? Propose how the story would be different if it were Goldilocks and the Three Fish. Judge whether Goldilocks was good or bad. Defend your opinion.
  19. 19. KNOWLEDGE the recall of specific information  Who was Goldilocks?  Where did she live? With whom?  What did she do in the forest?
  20. 20. COMPREHENSION an understanding of what was read  This story is about ___________ (topic).  This story tells us _________(main idea).  What did Goldilocks look like?
  21. 21. APPLICATION the converting of abstract content to concrete situations  How were the bears like real people?  Why did Goldilocks go into the little house?  Draw a picture of what the bears’ house looked like.  Draw a map showing Goldilocks’ house, the path in the forest, the bears’ house, etc.
  22. 22. ANALYSIS the comparison and contrast of the content to personal experience  How did each bear react to what Goldilocks did?  How would you react?  Compare Goldilocks to any of your friends.  Do you know any animals (pets) that act human?
  23. 23. SYNTHESIS the organization of thoughts, ideas, and information from the content  List the events of the story in sequence.  Do you know any other stories about little girls or boys who escaped from danger?  Make a 3D scene of the bears’ house and the forest.  Make a puppet out of one of the characters. Using the puppet, act out his/her part of the story.
  24. 24. EVALUATION the judgment and evaluation of characters, actions, outcomes, etc., for personal reflection and understanding  Why were the bears angry with Goldilocks?  Do you think Goldilocks was happy to get home? Explain your answer.  Do you think she learned anything by going into the bears’ house? Explain your answer.  Would you have gone into the bears’ house? Why or why not?
  25. 25. EVALUATION CON’T.  Do parents have more experience and background than their children? Give an example from your own history.  Do you think this really happened to Goldilocks? Why or why not?  Why would a grown-up write this story for children to read?  Why has the story of Goldilocks been told to children for many, many years?
  26. 26. Your Turn to Guess the Bloom’s Level . . . Using the story, Little Red Riding Hood: 1. Illustrate the main idea of the story on a poster. 2. Rank the characters from best to worst and explain how you ranked them. 3. Create a new story by placing Red in a modern-day city. Answer/Level of Bloom’s 1. Application 2. Evaluation 3. Synthesis
  27. 27. Your Turn to Guess the Bloom’s Level ... Using the story of Little Red Riding Hood: 4. Describe what Red did when she first saw the Wolf. 5. Tell what happened to the grandmother in the story. 6. Write out the main events in the story. Cut them apart and sequence them in proper order. Answer/Level of Bloom’s: 4. Comprehension 5. Knowledge 6. analysis
  28. 28. What level of Bloom’s is each task ... Using the story of the Three Little Pigs 1. Invent a new ending for the story where the Wolf comes out ahead. 2. Using models, demonstrate which house stood up the best. 3. Describe the materials used to build each home. Answer/Level of Bloom’s 1. Synthesis 2. Application 3. Comprehension
  29. 29. What level of Bloom’s is each task ... Using the story of the Three Little Pigs 4. Read the story and list the type of home built by each pig. 5. What is the relationship between the materials used to build each house and what happened to it when the wolf blew on it? 6. Judge the homes from worst to best, according to strength, cost, and building time. Answer/level of Bloom’s 4. Knowledge 5. Analysis 6. Evaluation
  30. 30. According to Bloom’s Taxonomy what is your thinking level?

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