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Bloom's Taxonomy Activities

Bloom's Taxonomy Activities


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Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy Framework

Higher-order thinking
Actions Creating (Putting together ideas or elements to develop an original idea or engage in creative thinking). Evaluating (Judging the value of ideas, materials and methods by developing and applying standards and criteria). Analyzing (Breaking information down into its component elements). Designing Constructing Planning Producing Inventing Devising Making Checking Hypothesising Critiquing Experimenting Judging Testing Detecting Monitoring Comparing Organising Deconstructing Attributing Outlining Structuring Integrating Products Film Story Project Plan New game Song Media product Advertisement Painting Debate Panel Report Evaluation Investigation Verdict Conclusion Persuasive speech Survey Database Mobile Abstract Report Graph Spreadsheet Checklist Chart Outline Illustration Simulation Sculpture Demonstration Presentation Interview Performance Diary Journal Recitation Summary Collection Explanation Show and tell Example Below, please provide an example of a learning activity or assignment for each of the levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy. Examples are provided. Cite the magnitude of mainstream American culture empowerment using the book “The Help”. Process of gathering materials, constructing and instructing how to play corn hole.

Debate on ability of American citizens to observe their ways of discriminating in groups. Famous game of Florida residents. A game played by Adult’s as well as children in a relaxing setting, the beach for example.

“Analyze the elements used in The Help” and” YOU IS SMART YOU IS KIND YOU IS FUNNY”written by Aibileen Clark. Also the progression from the 1920’s until present day with the understanding of how diversity not seen as a whole in order to continue to improve ways of behavior on the subject. Processes for constructing the game and playing .1. Download instructions from website 2. Purchase material 3. Using step by step instructions and build boards 4. This game is the same concept as horseshoes but much more kid friendly and it doesn’t have the weight of horse shoes,beanbags instead

Lower-order thinking

Applying (Using strategies, concepts, principles and theories in new situations).

Implementing Carrying out Using Executing

Comprehending the concept in mainstream American culture by citizens to promote further progression to the highest definitive level in eugenics per diversity. Game of corn hole is played on boards on a slight angle and the game with square box and the holes in top would create a more challenging game. Another idea use paint and customize boards with a theme. (Example would be favorite football team)

Understanding (Understanding of given information).

Interpreting Exemplifying Summarising Inferring Paraphrasing Classifying Comparing

Continuing progression in the evolutionary field .This all relates to American citizens and how they Interpret and demonstrate their ability of understanding ongoing diversity acceptance on a higher level of thinking. Instructions of Game 1. 4 people and 2 teams 2. Each player has to get beanbag in hole on board on opposite side. 3. The team who gets to 21 points first wins. The distance is 33 feet between boards and pitcher plate is four feet by three feet in dynamic of rules.

Naming Label constructing your own boards and choosing the beanbags . Recognizing new laws in effect and public (Recall or Describing Fact awareness on diversity.htm Explaining .chass.edu/slatta/hi216/learning/bloom. Finding Workbook Reproduction Sample assignments from http://faculty.This will enable you to replace items if Locating List needed or share with some else. recognition of Identifying Worksheet specific Retrieving Test Obtaining instructions and directions from internet. laws passed from 1920 to present day. Keep all information for future reference in information).ncsu.Quiz List Label Outline Remembering Recognising Quiz Listing Definition Material in book.

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