This five page resource breaks down and decodes the six levels of Bloom's Taxonomy into workable, friendly parts, using the familiar story of The Three Little Pigs; with the purpose of having your students comprehend, understand and make sense of Bloom’s. A two page student handout of all six levels is included that may be copied for the student. Each level is completely explained and includes sample questions based on the story of The Three Little Pigs. This resource may also assist the teacher in writing effective assessment questions or asking a wide range of questions during classroom discussions. Examples of good questions and ideas of how to write assessment questions using all six levels of Bloom's are given.
For practice, a follow-up activity of 16 questions is included. You are to decide which level of Bloom's is being used. Answers are given on page five of the handout.
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