Use the following links-
How It Works:
Use the above links to download resources to get students understanding the different thinking skills involved in learning.
These will present them with opportunities to stretch and challenge themselves.
As a teacher set your objectives for your lessons using the bloom stems?
Objective- Outcome- Success Criteria...
I get my A level students to have the info sheet at the front of their file (Laminate it- Put it in a plastic wallet- different colour for different skill? All on one page- up to you!) BUT regularly ask them to work upwards through the skills... e.g:
Know ----> Understand ----> Evaluate ----> Create
Examples of questions you or your students can ask relating to the particular skill can be seen below.
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Use the Simpson- Brainometer- Click here
Ask students to re-write the below?
Acting like an ENCYCLOPEDIA where one finds information, facts, data
Acting like a DICTIONARY understanding words, concepts, cause-effect, and ‘reasons for’
Acting like a HOW TO MANUAL applying previously learnt data in similar or novel situations
Acting like a SORTING TRAY examining & breaking up an issue into its component parts
Acting like a JUDGE based on the evidence
Always improving, designing, planning
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