This is a 21 slide Powerpoint presentation designed for staff development in Bloom's Taxonomy. It gives an overview of each of the six levels: Creating, Evaluating, Analyzing, Applying, Understanding, and Remembering. It explains each level and gives examples. After realizing that much of our classroom questioning is done at the remembering (knowledge) and understanding (comprehension) level, the culminating activity is to have teachers bring a favorite children's book, or use an upcoming story in a basal reader. Using each level of Bloom's Taxonomy, teachers create
question stems that can be used with all students but still get those higher order thinking questions in a lesson.
I used this for K-5, but it can be adapted to other grade levels.