Knowing When was _____?
Defining problems: clarifying needs, discrepancies, or Identify the _____ in the _____.
puzzling situations Define the word _____.
Setting goals: establishing direction and purpose Who did _____?
Observing: obtaining information through one or more Who is the narrator of the story?
senses Tell about _____.
Formulating questions: seeking new information List (facts, details, attributes).
through inquiry Which picture shows _____?
Encoding: storing information in long-term memory Match _____.
Recalling: retrieving information from long-term What is the purpose of _____?
memory Describe _____.
Useful Verbs: list, name, label, recall, identify, match,
Organizing How else might you say _____?
Arranging information so it can be used effectively Describe _____ . Tell how _____ . Compare _____.
Comparing: noting similarities and differences between What is the purpose of _____?
or among entities Sequence/Put _____ in order of _____.
Classifying: grouping and labeling entities on the basis Is _____ greater than _____?
of their attributes Why is it called _____?
Ordering: sequencing entities according to a given Explain why _____. What caused _____?
criterion Find the _____ that _____.
Representing: changing the form but not the substance Make a diagram/chart/graphic organizer that _____ .
of information Sort the_____.
Useful Verbs: categorize, group, classify, compare, Categorize the_____ of _____.
Applying Give some instance in which _____.
Demonstrating prior knowledge within a new situation. Which of these would best demonstrate _____?
The task is to bring together the appropriate information, Dramatize/Pantomime/Act out _____.
generalizations or principles that are required to solve a Show how _____.
problem. Use _____ to _____.
Useful Verbs: apply, make, show, record, construct, Illustrate _____.
Analyzing What part of this could be real? Make believe?
Clarifying existing information by examining parts and What would be a good title for _____?
relationships How are _____ related?
Identifying attributes and components: determining Compare _____ to _____.
characteristics or parts of something How are they alike? Different?
Identifying relationships and patterns: recognizing Explain the main idea.
ways in which elements are related Which words best describe _____?
Identifying main ideas: identifying the central element; Outline the important _____.
for example, the hierarchy of key ideas in a message or
line of reasoning
Identifying errors: recognizing logical fallacies and
other mistakes and where possible, correcting them
Useful Verbs: outline, diagram, differentiate, analyze
Integrating How may ways can you think of _____?
Connecting and combining information Summarize the story in your own words _____.
Summarizing: combining information efficiently into a Make a plan to _____.
cohesive statement What if _____?
Restructuring: changing existing knowledge structures How would you change _____?
to incorporate new information Can you make/produce _____?
Useful Verbs: combine, summarize, design, imagine, Tell/Show me how _____.
generalize What lesson was learned?
How can it apply to new situations?
Evaluating What would you do?
Assessing the reasonableness and quality of ideas Should_____ be permitted to _____?
Establishing criteria: setting standards for making Why or why not?
judgments Was it right or wrong for _____? Explain.
Verifying: confirming the accuracy of claims How well did _____?
Useful Verbs: judge, evaluate, rate, verify, assess, What is the most important? Why?
define criteria What could have been different?
Select/Choose the best _____.
What helped you to decide _____? Why?
Based on_____from the text, tell why_____. (Justify)
Which would you choose/select _____? Tell why.
Which picture best represents the data?
Evaluate the effectiveness of _____.
What evidence is there that _____? (Verify)