The Commonwealth Games 2010 New Delhi. Thinking Skills. Introduction. Welcome to this E-Book about the Commonwealth Games. This book has been created to allow you to choose your own learning activities to help you discover more about the Games.
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Welcome to this E-Book about the Commonwealth Games. This book has been created to allow you to choose your own learning activities to help you discover more about the Games.
The activities in this book have been designed using Bloom’s Taxonomy of thinking. Secondly, the tasks have been grouped by learning style.
You are encouraged to complete one activity from each level of Bloom’s using a different learning style for each.
You are expected to complete each task to a high standard using all of your editing and publishing skills.
You have been given the chance to choose how you wish to learn about the Games. It is up to you to show that you have the initiative to take up this challenge.
At the end of each task, you will need to present it to the class so that each member can also learn from your experience. Please keep a record of your tasks on the evaluation form. Good Luck and Booyah!!
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- Recognising - Listing
- Describing - Identifying
- Retrieving - Naming
- Locating - Finding
- Interpreting - Exemplifying
- Summarising - Inferring
- Paraphrasing - Classifying
- Implementing - Carrying out
- Comparing - Organising
- Deconstructing - Attributing
- Outlining - Finding
- Structuring - Integrating
- Checking - Hypothesising
- Critiquing - Experimenting
- Judging - Testing
- Designing - Constructing
- Planning - Producing
- Inventing - Devising