Knowledge n This thinking skill tells you that a student can recall or recognize information, concepts and ideas in the approximate form in which they were learned. n Examples: fill in the blank, label, list, locate, match, recall, spell, tell
Comprehension n This thinking skill tells you that a student can grasp and interpret prior learning. n Examples: describe, explain, retell in your own words, summarize, paraphrase
Application n This thinking skill tells you that a student can transfer selected information to life problem or new task with a minimum of direction. n Examples: apply, construct, demonstrate, give an example, show, solve
Analysis n This thinking skill tells you that a student can examine, take apart, classify, predict and draw conclusions. n Example: compare, contrast, debate, distinguish, examine, specify
Synthesis n This thinking skill tells you that a student can originate, combine, and integrate parts of prior knowledge into a product, plan, or proposal that is new. n Examples: formulate, combinations of ideas to form a new whole
Evaluation n This thinking skill tells you that a student can apprise, assess or criticize on the basis of specific standards and criteria. n Example: making value decisions about issues, development of opinions, judgment, support, defend
Examples of Learning Objective: n Given a three-piece puzzle the student will match all of the pieces together correctly. n The student will able to (TSWBA) to cut each piece of paper into five stars and two circles. n TSWBA to match each letter to the chosen work in the given amount of time.
Homework for Tonight n Using the worksheet called, Bloom’s Taxonomy please write two learning objectives for each section. n Use the class notes, and supplemental worksheets given to complete.
Materials Needed: n Everything needed in a lesson plan. n Example: finger paint, paper, aprons, wet sponge, worksheet, book
Motivation: n Describes how you will gain student’s attention. n Example: Puppets, photographs, played music n What are some things teachers have done to get your attention?
Procedure: n Step by step n Directions n Order of doing things.
Closure: n How will the activity end? n Example: If you are learning about barn animals, you might have students act out their favorite barn animals or share one thing they have learned in the day.
Assessment: n Three Steps: –Evaluating the learning experience –Evaluating the students and their responses –Evaluating your own teaching strategies