Bloom’s Taxonomy

I saw a few people posting this on Twitter, but their link wasn’t working, so I did some digging, and I found a link that does work.  I’m posting this mainly so I won’t lose the link, but the site has a great breakdown of Bloom’s Taxonomy and how you can use it in the classroom.

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2 thoughts on “Bloom’s Taxonomy

  1. based on an Faltis’s suggestion of an overlay of Blooms taxonomy onto Cummin’s well-known chart that distinguishes social language from academic language, I drew the graphic on the front page of a short working paper from 2003 at http://www.eslminiconf.net/nov2003/logical.pdf . Always nice to hear about Bloom’s taxonomy. It never goes out of date.

    • Thanks for sharing. I love the chart. I’ve used Bloom’s Taxonomy before in my speaking classes and it’s gone over well, but I’ve always felt like it was a lot to explain. The chart looks very helpful.

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