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COGNITIVE DOMAIN Recognize, define, or recall specific information. Remembering or recognizing something previously encountered without necessarily understanding, using, or changing it. Remembering important names, dates, capitals, etc. KNOWLEDGE USE: Records, Films, Videos, Models, Events, Media, Diagrams, Books... APPROPRIATE VERBS: Define, Identify, List, Locate, Recall, Discover, Match, Observe, Listen, Ask...
COGNITIVE DOMAIN COMPREHENSION USE: Trends, Consequences, Tables, Cartoons... APPROPRIATE VERBS: Compare, Summarize, Explain, Convert, Chart, Associate, Interpret... Targets understanding of content Summarizing, translating, and providing examples of a concept Understanding the material being communicated without necessarily relating it to anything else
COGNITIVE DOMAIN APPLICATION USE: Collection, Diary, Photographs, Sculpture, Stichery, Illustration... APPROPRIATE VERBS: Apply, Calculate, Practice, Demonstrate, Construct, Teach, Paint, Manipulate, Report... Focuses on whether students can use information to solve problems Using general concepts to solve a particular problem Solving math and word problems Using punctuation properly
COGNITIVE DOMAIN ANALYSIS USE: Graph, Survey, Diagram, Chart, Questionnaire, Report... APPROPRIATE VERBS: Analyze, Contrast, Deduce, Differentiate, Distinguish, Infer, Classify, Categorize, Dissect, Advertise, Survey... Breaking something down to reveal its organization and structure Breaking something down into parts Why a short story “works” identify the component parts of a science experiment
COGNITIVE DOMAIN SYNTHESIS USE: Article, Radio Show, Video, Puppet Show, Inventions, Poetry, Short Story... APPROPRIATE VERBS: Compose, Create, Design, Formulate, Produce, Rearrange, Combine, Invent, Hypothesize, Write... Asks students to create a unique (for them) product by combining different ideas Writing a poem, painting a picture, creating a computer program, etc.
COGNITIVE DOMAIN EVALUATION USE: Letters, Group with Discussion Panel, Court Trial, Survey, Self- evaluation, Value, Allusions... APPROPRIATE VERBS: Appraise, Assess, Critique, Judge, Support, Debate, Evaluate, Editorialize, Recommend... Highest level of the taxonomy Students judge the value or worth of something by comparing it to predetermined criteria Solve a pollution problem Assess a writing sample
BLOOM’S TAXONOMY OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT in Action Re-evaluate your group’s categories. What changes would you make? Why? Write one objective for each level of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Cognitive Development Independent Practice Write 4 Objectives for each domain (affective, cognitive, psychomotor) Write 3 objectives for the interpersonal domain Indicate Related Domain Identify Level within the Cognitive Domain Include parts A, B, C, & D., but not necessarily in that order.
Mr. Sheppard is enjoying his evening as he reads students’ objectives for Principles Class.