“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers…

An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.

“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers……….
An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.

The Knowledge Library

TAXONOMY: Teaching Aptitude

A. Taxonomy of objective and Domains of Behaviour 
Dr. Beniamin. S. Bloom. (USA) classified into three domains 
1. Cognitive Domain (Knowing), Intellectual abilities, thinking, problem solving 
2. Affective Domain (Feeling), Emotion, Attitude, Interest, Appreciation
3. Psycho Motor Domain (Willing/Doing) Motor skills, Manipulative 

B. Instructional objectives
(i) Knowledge (ii) Comprehension (iii) Application (iv) Skill 
(v) Interest (vi) Attitude (vii) Appreciation

C. Cognitive Domain -Six levels (Beruamin S. Bloom – 1956) 
(i) Knowledge (ii) Comprehension/ understanding (iii) Application
(iv) Analysis (v) Synthesis (vi) Evaluation 

D. Affective Domain – Five levels (Benjamin S. Bloom, Masia, Krathwohl-1964)
(i) Receiving (Attending) (ii) Responding (iii) Valuing 
(iv) Organization (v) Characterisation of a value/value complex

E. Psycho motor Domain – Five levels(R.H. Dave – 1970) 

(i) Imitation (ii) Manipulation (iii) Precision (iv) Articulation
(v) Naturalization 

F. Psycho motor Domain – Six levels (Sympson· 1972)
(i) Perception (ii) Set (iii) Guided/Response (iv) Mechanism 
(v) Complex overt Response (vi) Adaptation and origination

G. Objective based Instruction 
(i) Objectives (ii) Leaming Experience (iii) Evaluation

H. Taxonomy of Science Education – Five Levels (McCormack and Yager – 1989)
(i) Knowledge Domain (Knowledge and Understanding) (ii) Process Domain (Exploring and Discovering) (iii) Creativity Domain (Imaging and Creating) (iv) Attitudinal Domain (Feeling and Valuing) (v) Application Domain (Using and Applying) 

l. Taxonomy of Educational objectives (Anderson & Krathwohl – 2001)
(i) Remember (ii) Understand (iii) Apply (iv) Analyze (v) Evaluate
(Concrete to Abstract) (vi) Create 

J. Fredric Herbart – Germany(Lesson Plan – Herbartian Approach – Six levels)
(i) Introduction (ii) Presentation (iii) Association (iv) Generalization 
(v) Application (vi) Recapitalation

K. Levels of Planning 
(i) Year plan (ii) Unit plan (iii) Lesson plan 

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