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Unformatted text preview: knowledge questions. These questions allow the students to master the material presented to them. I noticed that almost all of the questions in the beginning of the lessons were knowledge based questions. It makes sense that a math class would utilize this category of Blooms Taxonomy before moving onto higher level questions. Martin 2 Once the students started to grasp the concept of the lesson, the teacher used application and analysis based questions. These types of questions allowed the students to go beyond the material and think about how he/she can use this information outside of the math class. Word problems especially help with these questions. If it is just straight problems, the students will be able to master the material and knowledge based questions but not understand the use for it. By using word problems, the students can immediately see the relationship between the two....
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- Spring '08