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Educators throughout grade degrees and content material components can follow the ideas of Marzano's New Taxonomy to show criteria into concrete ambitions and checks to degree pupil studying

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Recalling With Information Recalling tasks for details involve producing accurate but not necessarily critical information about terms, facts, and time sequences. S. Constitution. S. Constitution limits the power of government. The first example of a recalling task for an organizing idea addresses a generalization about the impact of chance events on history. 3 The student will be able to identify that a chance event in history is an event that was not planned or anticipated by the participants and can recall one such event from recent readings in history.

Traditional Multiple Choice—Provides a stem and alternatives, some of which are distracters and one of which is the correct choice (Stem) The best definition of a region is. . A. An area of land between two bodies of water (distracter) B. An area of land that has common topographical or political features (correct choice) C. An area of land that is a specific size (distracter) D. An area of land that has a specific shape (distracter) 2. Matching—Provides multiple stems and multiple options Traditional format Invention Inventor _____ 1.

Confederate soldiers occupied Culp’s Hill _____ 4. Meade’s Maneuver _____ 5. 7, p 77). Marzano, Robert J. Alexandria, VA: ASCD, 2006. Retrieval Objectives and Tasks sketching negative space. The recognizing task involves identifying the correct reason for sketching negative space among a list of options. Recognizing tasks for psychomotor processes involve validating accurate statements about a specific mental process. 1 is projecting a character on stage. The task requires identification of appropriate physical techniques within the overall process of projecting a character on stage.

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