Benjamin Bloom (Cognitive Domain) (THREE DOMAINS LEARNING : (The…
Benjamin Bloom (Cognitive Domain)
Knowledge - remembering previously learned
Eg: identity, recognise)
Comprehension - The ability to contruct meaning from material.
Eg: restate, identify
The ability to create new concrete situations from learned materials
Analysis - The ability of break down or distinguish the part of material into its component to make it better understood
Synthesis - The ability to put parts to form coherent or unique new whole.
Eg: create, relate
Evaluate - The ability to judge, check, and even critique the value of material for a given purpose.
Eg: judge, validate
THREE DOMAINS LEARNING :
The Affective or Feeling Domain:
This refers to the learner’s sensitivity to the existence of stimuli – awareness, willingness to receive, or selected attention.
This refers to the learners’ active attention to stimuli and his/her motivation to learn – acquiescence, willing res
ponses, or feelings of satisfaction.
conform allow cooperate
This refers to the learner’s beliefs and attitudes of worth – acceptance, preference, or commitment. An acceptance, preference, or commitment to a value.
This refers to the learner’s internalization of values and beliefs involving (1) the conceptualization of values; and (2) the organization of a value system. As values or beliefs become internalized, the leaner organizes them according to priority.
– the Internalization of values
This refers to the learner’s highest of internalization and relates to behavior that reflects.
(1) a generalized set of values; and
(2) a characterization or a philosophy about life. At this level the learner is capable of practicing and acting on their values or beliefs.
internalize , review , conclude
create , integrate
believe ,seek, justify
feel , sense, capture , experience
The Psychomotor or Kinesthetic Domain