Presentation on theme: "Using Bloom’s Taxonomy"— Presentation transcript:
1 Using Bloom’s Taxonomy Reading ActivitiesUsing Bloom’s Taxonomy
2 Remembering Recognise, Describe, Identify, Retrieve, Name… Make a list of the main events of the storyMake a time line of eventsMake a facts chartWrite a list of the pieces of information you can rememberMake a chart showing the events of the storyMake an acrostic poemName all the characters in the storyWhat animals were in the story?
3 Understanding Interpret, Exemplify, Summarise, Paraphrase, Explain, Classify, Compare Cut out or draw pictures to show a particular eventIllustrate what you think the main idea may have beenMake a cartoon strip showing the sequence of eventsMake a colouring bookWhat do you think could have happened next?Write and perform a play based on the storyRetell the story in your own wordsWrite a summary report of the eventPrepare a flow chart to illustrate the sequence of eventsExplain why a character acted the way they did
4 Applying Implement, carry out, use Take a collection of photographs to demonstrate a particular pointMake up a puzzle gamePaint a familiar scene from the storyWrite a textbook about this topic for otherConstruct a model to show how it worksMake a diorama to illustrate an eventMake a scrapbook about the text readMake a model to include relevant information about an eventMake a story map for part of the story
5 Analysing Compare, attribute, organise, deconstruct Make a flow chart to show the critical stagesConstruct a graph to illustrate selected informationMake a family tree showing relationshipsDevise a play about the topicPrepare a report about the area of studyWhich events could not have happened?What do you see as other possible outcomes?What was the turning point of the story?Design a questionnaire to gather informationWrite an advert to sell a new product
6 Evaluating Check, critique, judge, hypothesis Is there a better solution to…?Was the main character a good or bad person? Why?List 5 strengths & 5 weaknesses of the main character or plotConduct a debate about an issue from the bookMake a booklet about 5 rules you see as important. Convince othersWhat changes would you make to turn the bad guy into the hero?How would you rate this book and recommend it to others?
7 Creating Design, construct, plan, produce Write about your feelings in relation to the storyRewrite the ending of the story changing it from happy to sad or vice versaCompose a song relating to part of the storyRewrite the story, changing the to a fantasy or futuristic settingInvent a machine to do a specific task from the storyCreate a new product based on your story. Give it a name & plan a marketing campaignDesign a CD, book or magazine cover for the story