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A vast collection of items related to Cognitive Rigor, a superposition of Bloom's Taxonomy and Webb's Depth of Knowledge.
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Text-Dependent Questions and Bloom's Taxonomy

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Text Dependent Questions: Creating text-dependent questions; using Bloom's Revised Taxonomy with Webb's Depth of Knowledge. This poster guides this process.
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Some practical applications of Bloom's Taxonomy to reading instruction. 

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Integrating the QFT and Bloom's Taxonomy to Increase Reading ...

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Two years I was focusing on boosting reading engagement among my struggling fourth grade male readers. As part of my interventions, I encouraged my students to read graphic novels, partner read, and write about their ...
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Author describes how he incorporated Bloom's Taxonomy into the Question Formulation Technique (QFT) method for improving elementary school reading by developing in students the ability to generate questions of their own.

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Bauer - Assessment of a Reading Comprehension Instrument as It Relates to Cognitive Abilities as Defined by Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy

Bauer et al. suggest Bloom's Taxonomy being effective in classifying the results of reading assessment instruments. http://t.co/2WS5x4yeYS
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The focus of this 2014 study is to change from this functional approach to one that examines how well, if at all, a test created in Malay, and translated into English, that was developed for primary and intermediate grade readers, may also be able to determine cognitive levels of understanding as described by Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy – The Cognitive Dimension.

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ReadNRespond

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Get ReadNRespond on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.
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Not sure how well this works, but it is certainly related to Bloom's Taxonomy. Would welcome feedback from users.

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Melissa A. Nelson: Using Bloom's Taxonomy for R...

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Melissa A. Nelson: Using Bloom's Taxonomy for Reading Comprehension on Effective Education curated by Mark E. Deschaine, PhD (Melissa A.
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Offers a lot of discussion on the relationship of reading instruction to Bloom's Taxonomy, covering both the original taxonomy and Bloom's Revised Taxonomy. Includes some helpful resources in its citation list.

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Melissa A. Nelson: Using Bloom's Taxonomy for Reading Comprehension

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Melissa A. Nelson: Using Bloom's Taxonomy for Reading Comprehension http://t.co/8UgLOiiflj
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Provides some interesing examples on how to use Bloom's Taxonomy to create questions related to reading comprehension. Uses the old taxonomy, however.

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