Bloom%20Appendix-G4 - Given a n end, recognize best of s e...

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Given an end, recognize best of several means 19. Many people believe that it would be better if our states had more uni- form divorce laws. It is recognized, however, that there are dangers in an attempt to achieve such uniformity. Which one of the following procedures would be most likely to avoid the greatest of these dangers? A- An amendment to the U. S. Constitution is passed, which es- tablishes the grounds for divorce to be recognized in all courts. B- A federal law is passed which sets forth the maximum grounds which can be recognized by any state. C- A commission appointed by the President works out standards for a divorce code and encourages all states to consider these standards in revising their laws. D- A conference of state governors decides on a divorce code and each governor attempts to have it made the law of his state. E- The U.S. Supreme Court establishes a uniform set of practices by ruling against all divorce laws which do not conform to its standard. Given a particular end. determine the means which will serve it best Jane is faced with the problem of selecting material for a school dress. The dress will receive lots of wear and will be laundered frequently. Which of the fabrics would be her best choice? (The test should include examples of fabrics, including some rayons. This would allow more reasons to be given below. ) Check the qualities the fabric you choose possesses which make it supe- rior for Jane's purpose. (a) Material is colorfast to washing (b) Material is crease resistant (c) There is little or no sizing in the material. (d) Material is easily cared for (e) Material ia soft and wFU drape easily (I) Weave is firm, close and smooth (g) Material is colorfast to sunlight (h) Material will not show soil easily (i) Design is printed with the grain APPENDIX Condensed Version of the Taxonomy of Educational Objectives Cognitive Domain KNOWLEDCE 1. OD KNOWLEDGE Knowledge, as defined here, involves the recall of specifics and uni- versals, the recall of methods and processes. or the recall of a pattern, structure, or setting. For measurement purposes, the recall situation involves little more than bringing to mind the appropriate material. Al- though some alteration of the material may be required, this is a rela- tively minor part of the task. The knowledge objectives emphasize most the psychological processes of remembering. The process of relating also involved in that a knowledge test situation requires the organiza- tion and reorganization of a problem such that it furnish the appro- priate signals and cues for the information and knowledge the individual possesses. To use an analogy, if one thinks of the mind as a file, the problem in a knowledge test situation is that of finding in the problem or task the appropriate signals, cues, and clues which wfll most effec- tively bring out whatever knowledge is ffled or stored. 1.10 KNOWLEDGE OF SPECIFICS The recall of specific and isolable bits of information. The em- phasis is on symbols with concrete referents. This material,
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