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Revised Blooms Taxonomy – Verbs, Materials/situations that require this level of thinking, Potential activities and products
Tell, List, Describe, Relate,
Locate, Write, Find, State,
Name, Identify, Label,
Recall, Define, Recognise,
Match, Reproduce,
Memorise, Draw, Select,
Write, Recite
Explain, Interpret, Outline,
Discuss, Distinguish,
Predict, Restate, Translate,
Compare, Describe, Relate,
Generalise, Summarise, Put
into your own words,
Paraphrase, Convert,
Visualise, Find out more
information about
Solve, Show, Use,
Illustrate, Construct,
Complete, Examine,
Classify, Choose
Interpret, Make
Put together, Change,
Apply, Produce, Translate,
Calculate, Manipulate,
Modify, put into practice
Analyse, Distinguish,
Examine, Compare,
Contrast, Investigate,
Categorise, Identify,
Explain, Separate,
Advertise, Take apart,
Differentiate, Subdivide,
Judge, Select, Choose,
Decide, Justify, Debate,
Verify, Argue,
Recommend, Assess,
Discuss, Rate, Prioritise,
Determine, Critique,
Evaluate, Criticise, Weigh,
Value, Estimate, Defend
Create, Invent, Compose,
Predict, Plan, Construct,
Design, Imagine Propose,
Devise Formulate,
Combine, Hypothesize,
Originate, Add to,
Events, people, newspapers,
magazine articles,
definitions, videos, dramas,
textbooks, films, television
programs, recordings,
media presentations
Speech, stories, drama,
cartoons, diagrams, graphs,
summaries, outlines,
analogies, posters, bulletin
Diagrams, sculptures,
illustrations, dramatisations,
forecasts, problems,
puzzles, organisations,
classifications, rules,
systems, routines.
Surveys, questionnaires,
arguments, models,
displays, demonstrations,
diagrams, systems,
reports, graphed
Recommendations, self-
evaluations, group
discussions, debates,
court trials, standards,
editorials, values.
Experiments, games,
songs, reports, poems,
speculations, creations,
art, inventions, drama,
Make a list of the main
Make a timeline of events.
Make a facts chart.
Write a list of any pieces of
information you can
List all the …in the story.
Make a chart showing.
Make an acrostic.
Recite a poem.
Cut out or draw pictures to
show a particular event.
Illustrate what you think the
main idea was.
Make a cartoon strip
showing the sequence of
Retell the story in your own
Paint a picture of some
aspect you like.
Write a summary report of
an event.
Prepare a flow chart to
illustrate the sequence of
Make a colouring book.
Construct a model to
demonstrate how it will
Make a diorama to
illustrate an important
Make a scrapbook about
the areas of study.
Make a paper-mache map
to include relevant
information about an event.
Take a collection of
photographs to demonstrate
a particular point.
Make up a puzzle game
showing the ideas from an
area of study.
Make a clay model of an
item in the area.
Design a market strategy
for your product.
Dress a doll in costume.
Paint a mural.
Write a textbook outline.
Design a questionnaire to
gather information.
Write a commercial to sell
a new product.
Conduct an investigation
to produce information to
support a point of view.
Construct a graph to
illustrate selected
Make a jigsaw puzzle.
Make a family tree
showing relationships.
Put on a play about the
study area.
Write a biography of the
study person.
Prepare a report.
Arrange a party and record
as a procedure.
Review a piece of art
including form, colour
and texture
Prepare a list of criteria to
judge a ……
Remember to indicate
priorities and ratings.
Conduct a debate about a
special issue.
Make a booklet about 5
rules you see as important
to convince others.
Form a panel to discuss
Write a letter to ....
advising on changes
needed at …
Write a half yearly report.
Present your point of view.
Invent a machine to do a
specific task.
Design a building to house
your study.
Create a new product, give
it a name and then devise a
marketing strategy.
Write about your feeling
sin relation to …
Design a record, book or
magazine cover.
Sell an idea.
Devise a way to …
Compose a rhythm or put
new words to an old song.
Dalton.J & Smith.D [(1986) Extending Children ’s Specia l abilities – Strategies for Primary Classrooms
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