Bloom's Taxonomy Explained with a Pen - Deepstash

Bloom's Taxonomy Explained with a Pen

Knowledge - What is a pen? What does it look like?

Comprehension - What are some uses for a pen? Is it only used to write?

Application - How do you use it?

Analysis - What is each part’s importance and role in making a pen being able to do the task it is used for?

Synthesis - Is the pen the best way to use when writing an essay?

Evaluation - You have decided that a pen is not the best way to write, but what are the arguments and reasons that you have for coming to this conclusion? You are now sharing a viewpoint with critical points to back up your ideas.

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