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					Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy
                             Remember                Understand                  Apply                  Analyze                   Evaluate                    Create
                           Choose                   Calculate              Apply                    Analyze                   Appraise                   Add to
                           Describe                 Classify               Chose                    Categorize                Argue                      Combine
                           Define                   Demonstrate            Dramatize                Cause/Effect              Estimate                   Compose
                           Find                     Distinguish            Explain                  Classify                  Evaluate                   Construct
                           Identify                 Explain                Generalize               Compare                   Determine- bias            Create
                           Label                    Extend                 Judge                    Complex-Infer             Judge                      Design
                           List                     Give example           Organize                 Contrast                  Criticize                  Develop
                           Locate                   Illustrate             Paint                    Deduce                    Critique                   Devise
                           Match                    Indicate               Prepare                  Differentiate             Debate                     Forecast

                           Memorize                 Interrelate            Problem-                 Distinguish               Defend                     Formulate
                           Name                     Interpret              calculation              Identify                  Justify                    Predict
                           Omit                     Infer                  Produce                  Point out                 Prioritize                 Solution
                           recall                   Judge                  Select                   Organize                  Pros and Cons              Formulate
                           Recite                   Match                  Sequence-                Select Subdivide          Rate                       Hypothesize
                           Recognize                Paraphrase             complex                  Survey                    Value                      Invent
                           Reproduce                Represent              Show                                               Verify                     Originate
                           Sequence-                Restate                Sketch                                             Weigh
                           simple                   Rewrite                Solve
                           Select                   Show                   Use
                           State                    Summarize
                           Highlighting             Key examples           Students modeling        Analogies                 Challenging                Design activities
                           Rehearsal                Emphasize              Sequencing               Models of thinking        assumptions                Inventions
                           Memorizing               connections            Real World               Challenging               Evaluative journaling      Creation of a model
                           Mnemonics                Elaborate concepts     application              assumptions               Debates                    of a solution to a
                           Make a list of the       Summarize - written    opportunities            Retrospective             Collaboration to           complex problem
                           main events              Paraphrase – oral      Case studies             analysis                  evaluate point or          Devise a new way to
Instructional Strategies

                           Make a timeline of       Students explain       Simulations              Reflection through        view, worth or other       solve a complex
                           events                   Students state the     Algorithms in            journaling                specific aspect            problem
                           Make a facts chart       rule                   problem form             Collaborative             Decision-making            Compose music
                           Write a list of any      Why does this          Construct a model,       learning like jigsaws     Solution                   Create original art
                           pieces of information    example…?              diorama, scrapbook,      Design a                  development
                           you can remember         Visual                 to explain ideas or      questionnaire to          Problem based
                           List all the .. in the   representations        information in context   gather information        learning
                           text or video            Concept maps           Organize a collection    Construct a data          Prepare a list of
                                                    Outlines- verbal       to make a point          chart                     criteria to judge…
                                                    Flow chars             Make up a game           Write a commercial        Self evaluate and
                                                    Graphic Organizers     Write an outline         to sell something         then correct your
                                                                                                    Conduct an                work
                                                                                                    investigation to          Prioritize and
                                                                                                    support a point of        rationale
                                                                                                    view or hypothesis        Justification in writing
                                                                                                                              or verbally
                                                                                                                              Critique art or music
                                                                                                                              or theater – any art
                           Who?                     State in your own      Predict what would       Is this fact or opinion   Is it valid that?          How would you
                           Where?                   words                  happen if…               and why?                  Judge the effects          test…?
                           Which one?               Which are facts?       Choose the best          What are the              What fallacies,            Propose an
                           What?                    What does this         statements that apply    assumptions               consistencies,             alternative.
                           How?                     mean?                  What would result        behind…?                  inconsistencies            Develop a creative
Model Questions

                           What is the best         Is this the same as…   Tell what would          What is the               appear or exist?           solution for…
                           one?                     Give an example        happen                   relevance?                Which is more              Invent a new
                           Why?                     Condense this          Tell how, when,          What is the motive?       important, moral,          process, system,
                           How much?                paragraph or           where and why            What are the              better, logical, valid,    procedure or product
                           When?                    paraphrase it          Tell how much            conclusions based         or appropriate?            that addresses…
                           What does it mean?       Explain what is        change there would       upon?                     Find the errors
                                                    happening              be                       What does the author      Defend your point of
                                                    What are they          Identify the results     believe or assume?        view or this viewpoint
                                                    saying?                of…                      Make a distinction        or answer
                                                    What seems to          What is the function     State the point of        Justify your answer
                                                    be…?                   of…?                     view, rule or pattern     or response or point
                                                    What seems likely?                              What is the               of view
                                                    What is the main                                relationship              Is bias, fairness, or
                                                    idea?                                           between..?                ethics at issue?
Source: Bloom (1954 and 1956) revised by Anderson and Krathwohl (2001)and additional examples from Dalton,
J. and Smith, D. (1986), Kuzmich, L. (2011). Chart originally created by Lead4Ward, Region XIII, Texas.

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