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Bloom's and Beyond: Higher Level Questions and Activities for the…

by Tressa Decker

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Back to Square One! The authors first researched, analyzed, and compiled a more accurate basic list of the verbs associated with the levels of the Taxonomy. Then, after a description and comparison of each level in teacher-friendly terms (with examples!) the authors present over 60 unit activities at the primary and intermediate (K-6th) levels in Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies.

Accompanying each unit are questions at each of the 6 levels of the Taxonomy over 360 lower and higher level questions!

Off to the Future! Your classroom will buzz with activity with kids moving full-speed ahead with projects, research, and the acquisition of skills. They will be challenged, motivated, and engaged in learning, boosted to higher levels of thinking and achievement. From a focus on student behavioral objectives to the incorporation of academic standards and the integration of many subjects into one lesson, the Taxonomy still stands strong today.

The major categories are easy to understand.
Educational objectives and test items are plentiful.
The hierarchical structure is scientifically respectable and easy to comprehend.
The design of the framework and the vocabulary used was determined with teachers in mind.
Creativity is discussed with over 65 examples in the 4 content areas of products to use in place of student worksheets. The Assessment chapter includes discussion and samples of rubrics, checklists, and portfolio assessment.
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