Bloom’s Taxonomy consists of six levels:

Knowledge

Recall or recognition of specific information

Comprehension

Understanding of information given

Application

Using methods, concepts, principles and theories in new situations

Analysis

Breaking information down into its constituent elements

Synthesis

Putting together constituent elements or parts to form a whole requiring original, creative thinking.

Evaluation

Judging the value of ideas, materials, and methods by developing and applying standards and criteria

 
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