Six Levels of Thinking… Practice Scenarios. Mr. Zac Landefeld English Dept. Buckeye Valley High School. Convert questions into commands to more easily decode the level expected. How would you feel if an event like ‘x’ happened to you and why? Put yourself in x’s shoes = application
English Dept.Buckeye Valley High School
consequences, and aspects of the wording that
are up for interpretation. (break down into parts)
other than the law. (develop a new idea using info/data)
In a given scenario,
Think “What level is
the highest skill
required to complete
Football players review last week’s game film to break apart specific plays and see how their movements affected the outcome of the play.
A person learns a new language.
A detective investigates a crime scene to figure out which pieces of evidence are most important to solving the crime.
A young entrepreneur designs a webpage for hisnew business.
A researcher experiments with different chemicals and judges which chemical compound would make the most effective cancer treatment.
Changing a flat tire
Mrs. Andrews assigned the following tasks as part of a reading lesson. Place them in order of their location on the revised Bloom’s Taxonomy from lowest to highest.
1. Place the events of the story in chronological order.
2. Write a new ending for the story.
3. Choose one of the characters as a “best friend” and justify
4. On what date did this story begin?
a. 1, 2, 3, 4
b. 4, 1, 3, 2
c. 4, 1, 2, 3
d. 1, 4, 3, 2
Mrs. Hodge has asked students to list every possible way to answer the math word problem on the board. Then she asks them to choose the best method for solving the problem and to defend their answers.