This is the second in a series of six posts dedicated to Bloom’s Taxonomy: Teaching Higher Order Thinking Skills with Interactive Online Content. The first post on remembering can be viewed here.
Level Two: Understand
This level includes the skills of explaining, predicting, restating, discussing, outlining, and comparing. These activities go one step beyond basic skill building by requiring students to demonstrate comprehension of a concept.
Here are four examples of digital content for understanding:
Students demonstrate their understanding of a hundreds square, place value, and skip counting by identifying the correct square hiding the given number.
K-2 – Who’s Hungry? Comparing Treats (StarrMatica Member Content)
Students demonstrate their understanding of the relative size of numbers by comparing amounts. (You must be logged in to StarrMatica to access this content.)
3-6 – Large Addition Regrouping
Students demonstrate their understanding of multi-digit addition with regrouping by adding with manipulatives.
3-6 – Firefighter! (StarrMatica Member Content)
Students demonstrate their understanding of a main idea by identifying a main idea in a series of possible sentences and constructing a paragraph. (You must be logged in to StarrMatica to access this content.)
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