This resource is designed to help you improve in designing questions of all levels using Bloom’s Question stems for social studies and humanities.
Teach Thought (link) describes Bloom’s Taxonomy as “a hierarchical ordering of cognitive skills that can, among countless other uses, help teachers teach and students learn.”
This resource includes question stems for all levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy (knowing, organizing, applying, analyzing, generating, integrating, evaluating) and can be used for:
- creating assessments
- creating science resources
- planning lessons
- evaluating the complexity of questions or assignments
- self assessment
- unit planning for any set of standards
This resource is designed for use in social studies or humanities classes, but could be applied to other subjects as well.
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