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    Blooms Taxonomy of Learning Objectives

    Knowledge Level

    Definition

    Sample Behavioral TermSample Objectives

    Sample Question

    Recalling data or information (Buendicho, 2010).

    Recognizes students’ ability to use rote memorization and recall a certain fact (Gabuyo, 2012).

    Recall of previously learned information.

    Recite, quote, know, define, describe, identify, label, match, name, recall, recognize, reproduce select and state.To define compound nouns.What is compound noun?
    To identify the three types of compound nouns.What are the three types of compound noun?
    To select an appropriate type of compound noun to a given example.Which of the following does the word Ice creambelongs?
    • Solid CNOpen CN
    • Hyphenated CN

     

    Comprehension Level

    Definition

    Sample Behavioral TermSample Objectives

    Sample Question

    Understand the meaning, translation, interpolation, and interpretation of instructions and problems (Buendicho, 2010).

    Involves students’ ability to read course content, interpret important information, and put others’ ideas into words (Gabuyo, 2012).

    Classify, convert, describe, distinguish between, give examples, interpret, explain and summarize.To summarize the main events of the story Invictus in grammatically correct English.Summarize the main event of the poem Invictus in grammatically correct English.
    To give examples of adjectives.Give at least 5 examples of objectives.
    To explain the importance of water on earth.What is the importance of water on earth?

    Application Level

    Definition

    Sample Behavioral TermSample Objectives

    Sample Question

    Use a concept in a new situation or unprompted use of an abstraction. Applies what was learned in the classroom into novel situations in the workplace (Buendicho, 2010).Apply, arrange, write, change, compute, construct, solve, demonstrate, discover, manipulate, modify, operate and predict.To write a short poem in iambic pentameter.Write a short poem in iambic pentameter.
    To demonstrate how to bake a cake.Demonstrate how to bake a cake.
    To arrange the given elements according to its atomic number.Arrange these given elements according to its atomic number: Rf, Ca, H, He, and Pb.

    Analysis Level

    Definition

    Sample Behavioral TermSample Objectives

    Sample Question

    Separates material or concepts into component parts so that the organizational structure may be understood, distinguish between facts and inferences (Buendicho, 2010).

    Students have the ability to take new information and break it down into parts and differentiate between them (Gabuyo, 2012).

    Analyze, associate, determine, diagram, differentiate, discriminate, distinguish, estimate, point out, infer, outline and separate.To describe the statistical tools needed in testing the difference between two means.What kind of statistical test would you run to see if there is a significant difference between pre-test and post-test?
    To differentiate abstract noun from concrete noun.Differentiate abstract from concrete noun.
    To determine the characteristics of opaque compound noun.What is the characteristic of opaque compound noun?

    Synthesis Level

    Definition

    Sample Behavioral TermSample Objectives

    Sample Question

    Builds a structure or pattern from diverse elements. Put parts together to form a whole, with emphasis on creating a new meaning or structure (Buendicho, 2010).

    Students are able to take various pieces of information and form a whole creating a pattern where one did not previously exist (Gabuyo, 2012).

    Combine, compile, compose, construct, create, design, develop, devise, formulate, integrate, modify, revise, rewrite, tell and write.To compare and contrast the two types of error.What is the difference between type I and type II error?
    To compose a jingle promoting recycling, reusing and reducing of garbage.Compose a jingle promoting recycling, reusing and reducing garbage.
    To write an essay regarding on the role of the citizens on national development.Write an essay regarding the role of the citizens on national development.

    Evaluation Level 

    Definition

    Sample Behavioral TermSample Objectives

    Sample Question

    Make judgments about the value of ideas or materials (Buendicho, 2010).

    A process of determining the changes in the child as a result of teaching and his experiences. It is a systematic attempt at ascertaining the amount of progress made in the child’s education directed toward the realization of objectives in education (Rico, 2011).

    It involves students’ ability to look at someone else’s ideas or principles and the worth of the work and value of the conclusion (Gabuyo, 2012).
    Appraise, assess, compare, conclude, contrast, criticize, evaluate, judge, justify, support, critique and defend.To conclude the relationship between two means.What should the researcher conclude about the relationship in the population?
    To compare and contrast vertebrates and invertebrates animals.What are the commonalities and differences between vertebrates and invertebrates animals?
    To evaluate teacher A’s performance using a rubric.Evaluate teacher A’s performance using this rubric:
    5 – Excellent
    4 – Very Good
    3 – Good
    2 – Satisfactory
    1 – Poor
    0 – Very Poor

    References:
    Buendicho, F., 2011. Assessment of learning 1. 1st ed. Rex Book Store. Manila, Philippines.
    Gabuyo, Y., 2012. Assessment of Learning I, Textbook and Reviewer. Rex Book Store. Manila, Philippines.

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