This Bloom’s Taxonomy flipbook/chart was constructed to use in the social studies/geography classroom. I encourage you to create a classroom set as it can be used throughout the year to help students develop higher-level thinking skills, which are embedded within Bloom’s Taxonomy. Bloom’s can be applied in the social studies/geography classroom when studying current or past events or, going even further, predicting & analyzing future outcomes and events.
As a teacher, you are only limited by your imagination as to the activities you suggest your students complete. By giving students the freedom to use Bloom’s to create their own questions and activities, you will not only allow them the autonomy of their own learning, but will strengthen their imagination and thinking skills.
It is helpful to have class copies of these flipbooks/charts, whether teacher constructed or student constructed, to use throughout the year. Students may create these books at the beginning of the year to use throughout the school year, or you as the teacher may create a class set with lamination for durability. Store these in a basket on the shelf for safekeeping and easy access for students.
Includes suggested activities for using the flipbook.
Includes all printables necessary for constructing the flipbook.