Bloom’s Taxonomy – Level 1 Remember

Remember

Bloom's Taxonomy

Remembering is the lowest level of learning in the cognitive domain in Bloom’s Taxonomy and typically does not bring about a change in behavior. It involves memorization and recall of information with no evidence of understanding.  Learners absorb, remember, recognize and recall information.  However, it is the building block of all subsequent levels of learning because the learner must remember information presented before progressing to the next levels.

Performance Verbs

  • Arrange
  • Check
  • Choose
  • Cite
  • Define
  • Demonstrate
  • Describe
  • Draw
  • Duplicate
  • Explain
  • Find
  • Group
  • How
  • How much?
  • Identify
  • Illustrate
  • Know
  • Label
  • List
  • Locate
  • Make
  • Match
  • Memorize
  • Name
  • Omit
  • Order
  • Outline
  • Pick
  • Point to
  • Quote
  • Read
  • Recall
  • Recite
  • Recognize
  • Record
  • Relate
  • Remember
  • Repeat
  • Reproduce
  • Retrieve
  • Say
  • Select
  • Show
  • Sort
  • Spell
  • State
  • Summarize
  • Tally
  • Tell in your own words
  • Touch
  • Transfer
  • Translate
  • Underline
  • What
  • What does it mean?
  • What is?
  • When?
  • Where?
  • Which one?
  • Which is the best one?
  • Who?
  • Why?
  • Write

Examples of Activities or Uses

  • Bring to mind appropriate material and stored knowledge
  • Define customer service
  • Drill and practice
  • Explain the law of supply and demand
  • Fill out a loan processing form
  • Fill out workbooks or worksheets
  • Find definitions
  • Games
  • Identify four teaching methods from the information processing family
  • Identify the type of fracture
  • Illustrate a word/concept
  • Information searches
  • Know rules
  • Label the parts of a machine
  • List policies and procedures
  • List specific bits of learned information
  • Locate examples of negligent misrepresentation in the following article
  • Look at a product and provide a detailed description
  • Make a timeline
  • Memory games
  • Multiple Choice tests
  • Name three features of our new line of products
  • Question and Answer sessions
  • Questions have right or wrong answers
  • Quizzes
  • Quote a law, price, or other bit of information
  • Read a book or article
  • Recall a process or information
  • Recite company policies or other learned information
  • Recount facts
  • Remember previously learned information
  • Remember terms, methods, facts, concepts, specific items of information
  • Remember things read, heard, seen
  • Select the appropriate procedure (e.g. for fighting an electrical fire)
  • State procedure
  • Tell statistics
  • Who is considered the “father” of adult learning theory? 
  • Write definitions for the following terms
  • Write an email to a potential customer outlining three benefits of our new product
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