If your goal is to simplify, understand, and use Bloom’s Taxonomy in your classroom, this is the only resource you’ll ever need ! Looking for a long list of verbs in each category? You won’t find it here. This resource is research based—not a copy of hundreds of verbs that have been passed down the line since 1956. (You may not realize it, but this is how draw conclusions became draw. . .then illustrate. . .then trace. . .then paint—an ongoing game of telephone that got out of control over the years.
So this is the real deal! It’s an offshoot of the research I did prior to writing my published book, Blooms and Beyond: Questions and Activities for the Creative Classroom. Over 100 sources, including The Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain, were actually used to create this resource—so you can be sure it is accurate and, as usual, no nonsense!
This is what is included in your download:
A concise explanation and 4-5 verbs for each level
The verbs most used by teachers (and the percentage).
A colorful poster set showing the levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy, including the top three elements to remember about each one.
36 questions for ELA
36 questions for Math
36 questions for Science
36 questions for Social Studies
A one-page overview for teachers
Everything you need to start asking higher level questions across the curriculum is right here and ready to use during your next lesson! This is the most simple, clear explanation of Bloom’s Taxonomy you will ever find!
If you like this product, you may be interested in Bloom’s and Beyond: Higher Level Questions and Activities for the Creative Classroom, by Kay Davidson and Tressa Decker. Available in hardcopy paperback at: www.thesimple6.net, www.piecesoflearning.com, or www.amazon.com.
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