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I have been given what I consider a difficult job - advising staff on the wording of lessons objectives esp in MFL and I have been referred to Bloom's Taxonomy for this. Has anyone else managed to use any of what are supposed to be the more challenging imperatives from Blooms for thier objectives. All mine seem to just use the more basic ones and I am told that often my objectives are just tasks or outcomes.
Now I have to come up with another grid of words as in Blooms to fit MFL and am finding it impossibly hard to do - any ideas?
Have a look at this thread on the same topic:
Thanks Joe - why didn't I find this when I looked grr?
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