- Knowledge - This level focuses on learning terms, facts, methods, procedures, concepts.
- Comprehension - This level focuses on understanding uses and implications of terms, facts, methods, procedures, concepts.
- Application - This level focuses on practicing theory, solving problems, and using information in the new situations.
- Analysis - This level focuses on analyzing structure, recognizing assumptions, and breaking down material into parts.
- Synthesis - This level focuses on putting information together into new and creative ways.
- Evaluation - This level focuses on setting standards, judging with purpose, and accepting / rejecting ideas based on the standard criteria.
- Identify the thousandths place for the number 123.456789
- From a given data set, identify the mode, mean, median, and range
- Explain how to convert between fractions, decimals, and percents
- Classify polygons by regularity, line symmetry, and concavity
- How do you calculate the percent of a given whole?
- Solve for the area of a rectangle using the formula area = length x width
- What methods can be used to compare and order fractions?
- What factors do you consider when formulating a plan for problem solving?
- Describe some patterns that you recognized in the construction of Pascal's Triangle.
- What predictions can you make from the given graph?
- Describe how to solve a problem using the 4 step method.
- Justify your reason for using the strategy you selected.
Certainly, the Bloom's levels can sometimes seem "fuzzy" and a given task can be applied to different levels within Bloom's Taxonomy. But the above examples give a good overview of how mathematics skills can be used at each of the levels.