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TEACHING TO PROMOTE THINKING AND LEARNING

Use Bloom's Taxonomy to Create Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Planning and HOT Skills

BACK TO THE FUTURE: BLOOM AND HOT SKILLS

COMPETENCE

LESSON PLANS: STUDENT WILL

http://www.ais.msstate.edu/TALS/unit1/1moduleC.html

 

             SKILLS

http://officeport.com/edu/bloomq.htm

 

www.coun.uvic.ca/learn/program/ hndouts/bloom.html

 

 

 

STUDENT QUESTIONS*

http://officeport.com/edu/bloomq.htm

 

 

KNOWLEDGE

acquire, cite, define, identify, label, list,

name recall, recite, recognize, reproduce

remembering, memorizing,

recognizing, recalling identification

recalling  information.

knowledge of dates, events, places

knowledge of major ideas

 

Who, what, when, where, why, how?

Describe

COMPREHENSION

associate, categorize, change, classify,

compare, contrast, convert, describe, draw,

 explain, illustrate, interpret, outline,

 paraphrase, relate, rephrase, represent,

restate, restructure summarize, translate

interpreting,

organizing & selection of facts ideas

translating from one medium to another

describing in ones own words

understanding information

grasp meaning, predict consequences

Retell

Predict how, what

Estimate

Summarize key ideas, events

APPLICATION

 

apply, compute, demonstrate, determine,

estimate, prepare, transfer

solving problems

applying info to produce result

using facts rules, and principles

How isan example of?

How isrelated to?

Why is significant?

ANALYSIS

 

 

analyze, deduce, detect, differentiate,

discriminate, distinguish, extend, infer

interpolate, extrapolate, generalize,

point out, predict, rearrange, reorder

 

identifying motives

finding underlying structure

seeing patterns

identification of components

recognizing  hidden meanings

What are the parts/features of?

Classifyaccording to

Outline/diagram

How doescompare/contrast with?

What evidence can you list for?

SYNTHESIS

combine, construct, create, derive, design,

develop, devise, document, formulate, modify,

integrate, organize, plan, produce, propose,

reorganize, revise, rewrite,

creating a unique, original product that may

 be in verbal form or a physical object.

 combining ideas to form a new whole

generalizing from given facts

predicting

drawing  conclusions

What would you predict/infer from?

What ideas can you add to?

How would you create/design a new?

What might happen if you combined..?

What solutions would you suggest for?

EVALUATION

argue, assess, conclude, consider, decide,

Evaluate, judge, standardize, validate, weigh

making value decisions about issues.

resolving controversies or differences of

opinion.

developing  opinions, judgements, or

decisions.

make choices based on reasoned argument

 

Do you agree?

What do you think about?

What is the most important?

Place the following in order of priority

How would you decide about?

What criteria would you use to assess?

 

 

COMPETENCE

LESSON PLANS: STUDENT WILL

http://www.ais.msstate.edu/TALS/unit1/1moduleC.html

 

             SKILLS

http://officeport.com/edu/bloomq.htm

 

www.coun.uvic.ca/learn/program/ hndouts/bloom.html

 

 

 

STUDENT QUESTIONS*

http://officeport.com/edu/bloomq.htm

 

 

KNOWLEDGE

acquire, cite, define, identify, label, list,

name recall, recite, recognize, reproduce

remembering, memorizing,

recognizing, recalling identification

recalling  information.

knowledge of dates, events, places

knowledge of major ideas

 

Who, what, when, where, why, how?

Describe

COMPREHENSION

associate, categorize, change, classify,

compare, contrast, convert, describe, draw,

 explain, illustrate, interpret, outline,

 paraphrase, relate, rephrase, represent,

restate, restructure summarize, translate

interpreting,

organizing & selection of facts ideas

translating from one medium to another

describing in ones own words

understanding information

grasp meaning, predict consequences

Retell

Predict how, what

Estimate

Summarize key ideas, events

APPLICATION

 

apply, compute, demonstrate, determine,

estimate, prepare, transfer

solving problems

applying info to produce result

using facts rules, and principles

How isan example of?

How isrelated to?

Why is significant?

ANALYSIS

 

 

analyze, deduce, detect, differentiate,

discriminate, distinguish, extend, infer

interpolate, extrapolate, generalize,

point out, predict, rearrange, reorder

 

identifying motives

finding underlying structure

seeing patterns

identification of components

recognizing  hidden meanings

What are the parts/features of?

Classifyaccording to

Outline/diagram

How doescompare/contrast with?

What evidence can you list for?

SYNTHESIS

combine, construct, create, derive, design,

develop, devise, document, formulate, modify,

integrate, organize, plan, produce, propose,

reorganize, revise, rewrite,

creating a unique, original product that may

 be in verbal form or a physical object.

 combining ideas to form a new whole

generalizing from given facts

predicting

drawing  conclusions

What would you predict/infer from?

What ideas can you add to?

How would you create/design a new?

What might happen if you combined..?

What solutions would you suggest for?

EVALUATION

argue, assess, conclude, consider, decide,

Evaluate, judge, standardize, validate, weigh

making value decisions about issues.

resolving controversies or differences of

opinion.

developing  opinions, judgements, or

decisions.

make choices based on reasoned argument

 

Do you agree?

What do you think about?

What is the most important?

Place the following in order of priority

How would you decide about?

What criteria would you use to assess?

 

 

 
Instructional strategies and research-based best practices!

INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES AND RESEACRCH BASED PRACTICES