(D.A.P.S O & A
levels sea view)
Key Objectives of Intel
At the end of the session Participants
will be able to:
List out the key highlights of students
Promote higher order thinking skills
Plan objectives on the basis of Bloom’s
Create new methodology on the basis
of 21st century approach
Understand Action Plans based on 21st
century skills, approaches and higher
order thinking skills
Understanding the difference between
action plan and lesson plan
Is a document that you yourself establish
Is a list of items you commit to follow from
the beginning till the end.
It should be clear, concise and specific.
Your action plan must be completed before
you begin your journey.
Goals for an action plan:
Step I: Objectives ( long term and short
Step II: Talents ( skills that you have, your
Step III: Obstacles ( the items you need to
overcome those difficulties)
Step IV: Date (set a date to accomplish your
Components of lesson plan:
Title of the lesson.
Time required to complete the lesson.
List of required materials.
Student centered approach and teacher centered
Student centered approach
Teacher centered approach
Teacher centered approach
The teacher’s expertise is the center of the course.
The student’s role is to assimilate the knowledge by
listening, watching, reading, and studying.
Evaluation is centered on the student’s ability to
remember key concepts, often via multiple choice,
true/false quizzes, and tests.
Students Centered Approach
responsibility on the learners
students in more decision-making processes .
learning becomes more active .
relevant to the students’ own lives and experiences.
TEACHER SKILLS NEEDED IN STUDENT-
giving useful practical suggestions .
acting as a language resource.
improvising teaching of language points.
giving constructive feedback .
monitoring student work.
coping with the unexpected.
coping with students with different learning styles
creating their own materials
Bloom's Taxonomy was created by
Benjamin Bloom during the 1950s
and is a way to categorize the levels
of reasoning skills required in
classroom situations. There are six
levels in the taxonomy, each
requiring a higher level of
abstraction from the students .
A picture is worth a thousand thoughts: inquiry
with Bloom's taxonomy
When was this picture taken?
Where was this picture taken?
What is happening in this
Why are these boys dressed
How would you describe the
photograph to others?
What caption would you write for
this photograph (say, in a
Why are these boys here and not in
What do you know about their lives
based on this photo?
What might these boys say
about their work in an interview
What might they say about their
What is the significance of this photo
for the time period depicted?
Compare this photo with one of three
boys from today of the same age. How
are their lives similar? How are they
Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy
Remembering: Can recall information
Understanding: can explain concept or
Apply: can use new knowledge in a familiar
Analyze: can differentiate between
Evaluate: can justify a decision or action
Create: can generate new product
Distinguish • Compare
Question • Contrast
• Survey Breaking
Inspect • Detect information down
• Group into its component
Probe • Order
Separate • Sequence
Investigate • Debate
Sift • Analyse Products include:
Research • Diagram • Graph • Survey
Calculate • Relate
Criticize • Spreadsheet • Database
• Categorise • Checklist • Mobile
• Discriminate • Chart • Abstract
• Outline • Report
Judge • Choose
Validate • Conclude Judging the value of
Predict • Deduce ideas, materials and
Assess • Debate methods by developing
Score • Justify and applying standards
Revise • Recommend and criteria.
Determine • Discriminate
Prioritise • Appraise
Tell why • Value
Compare • Probe Products include:
Evaluate • Argue • Debate • Investigation
Select • Decide • Panel • Verdict
Measure • Criticise
• Report • Conclusion
• Reject • Evaluation •Persuasive
Organise • Improve Putting together ideas
Invent or elements to develop
Compile • Act a original idea or
engage in creative
Forecast • Predict thinking.
Propose • Produce
Construct • Blend
Prepare • Set up Products include:
Develop • Film • Song
Originate • Story • Newspaper
Imagine • Concoct
Generate • Project • Media product
• Compile • Plan • Advertisement
• New game • Painting
21st Century Skills
21st Century Approaches
1. Accountability & Adaptability
1.Listening & Speaking Skills 2. Communication Skills
3. Creativity & intellectual Curiosity
4. Critical Thinking & Systems
2. Giving Direction Skills
5. Information & Media Literacy
3. Questioning Skills
6. Interpersonal & Collaborative
4. Observing & Monitoring Skills
7. Problem Identification Formulation
5. Encouraging Skills 8. Self Direction
9. Social Responsibility
6. Intervening Skills