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Bloom's

Remember and Understand the levels of Bloom's

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There are how many levels of Bloom's Taxonomy? Six
To determine if a student is at the Remember level they must be able to... List, Define, Tell, Describe, Identify, Show, Label, Collect, Examine, Tabulate, Quote, Name, Who, When, Where
What is the second level of Bloom's Taxonomy? Understanding
Students are asked to read two stories about the same topic then examine and relate how they are similar/different. What level of Bloom's have they achieved? Applying
Students are given an ordinary picture. Through this they have to infer what happened before and after it was taken. This reaching the level of? Analyzing
A teacher observe's students Combine, Rearrange, Create, Design and Integrate a problem. This is.... Evaluating
Now that students have worked through all of the stages in Bloom's they are ready to begin..... Creating
Created by: hjohnson6607