THREE DOMAINS OF LEARNING (COGNITIVE DOMAIN
THREE DOMAINS OF LEARNING
AFFECTIVE : DOMAIN
Responding | Active attention to stimuli and his/her motivation to learn.
(e.g.: To spend leisure time, to comment)
Valuing | Beliefs and attitude of worth.
(e.g.: to support, to debate)
Organization | Internalization of values and beliefs.
(e.g.: To discuss, to theorize)
Characterization | Highest of internalization and relates to behavior.
(e.g.: To revise, to manage)
Receiving | Sensitivity to the existence of stimuli.
(e.g.: To listen, to respond)
Remembering | Remember or recall information.
(e.g.: Recall, repeat, reproduce)
Applying | Use information in new way.
(e.g.: Illustrate, operate, demonstrate)
Understanding | Explain idea or concept.
(e.g.: Explain, recognize, classify)
Analyzing | Distinguish between different parts.
(e.g.: Compare, examine, experiment)
Evaluating | Justify own view decision.
(e.g.: Evaluate, argue, judge)
Creating | Create own idea.
(e.g.: Construct, design, formulate)
Fundamental Movements | Simple movement that can build to more complex movement.
(e.g.: Pushing, pulling, running)
Perceptual Abilities | Environmental cues that allow one to adjust movements.
(e.g.: Jumping rope, catching, punting)
Reflex Movements | Automatic reaction.
(e.g.: Extension, stretch, postural adjustment)
Skilled Movements | Activities where a level of efficiency is achived.
(e.g.: Games, sports, dances)
Physical Abilities | Things that require endurance, strenght, agility or flexibility.
(e.g.: Muscular tension test, flexibility test, cardiovascular endurance test)
Nondiscursive Communication | Expressive movements through body language.
(e.g.: Body postures, facial expressions, gestures)