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Guide to Bloom's Taxonomy

Use Bloom's Taxonomy to Write Test QuestionsDo you need help understanding Bloom's Taxonomy? The Bright Hub writers have written articles and lessons using Bloom's hierarchy of thinking skills.

The writers also explain Bloom’s Taxonomy of knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. If you need to assess your students' understanding of core concepts, use Bloom's taxonomy to write the questions. The trick for some teachers is successfully teaching students to answer questions at the higher thinking levels of analysis, synthesis and evaluation.

By searching the Bright Hub website, you can find lessons to help you to use Bloom's Taxonomy in the classroom, to work with talented and gifted students, to use creative lessons in the classroom, and to plan active learning lessons.

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