Thursday, May 17, 2012

Bloom's Taxonomy Question Examples Part 2

This is the second post on Bloom's Taxonomy questions/prompts. Please see my last post for questions and prompts from the first three levels of blooms.
 
Analysis/Analyzing Questions:
  • Is this statement a fact or opinion? (distinguish)
  • What do you read between the lines? (infer)
  • Why is this information relevant? (analyze)
  • How is this information arranged? (recognize structure)
  • What caused this outcome? (identify technique)


Synthesis/Creating Questions:
  • How will you express that idea in writing? (write)
  • How do you propose to organize this project? (organize)
  • What would happen if ...? (hypothesize)
  • How would you turn this poem into a song? (modify)
  • Can you design a tool that will make this job easier? (design)
  • How will you combine these elements to make something new? (combine)


Evaluation/Evaluating Questions:
  • Which one is the best? (compare)
  • What is the most important? (value)
  • What do you think about this issue? (appraise)
  • Is this story well written? (judge)
  • Why is this your favorite? (critique)

The next couple of posts will give examples of products to use at each level. Stay tuned. Please share this with all your colleagues on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, etc. As always, check out the Resources page on the right for great Bloom's Taxonomy resources.

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