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Comprehension  (Level   2) Comprehension  is  defined  as  the  ability  to  grasp  the  meaning  of  material.  These  learning outcomes   are   more   complex   than   simple   recall   of   information   and   represent   the   lowest   level   of understanding. EXAMPLE:   Explain   the   use   of   oral   questions   in   a   lesson   introduction. Application  (Level  3) Application  is  the  ability  to  apply  learning  in  new  and  concrete  ways.  Application  differs rom  comprehension  in  that  application  shows  that  a  student  can  use  (apply)  learning  correctly. EXAMPLE:   Demonstrate   effective   communication   skills   and   techniques. Analysis   (Level  4) Analysis   is   the   ability   to   separate   material   into   its   component   parts   to   arrive   at   an understanding   of   its   organizational   structure.   Analysis   requires   a   higher   level   of   understanding than   either   comprehension   or   application. Learning   outcomes   that   involve   decision   making, problem  solving,  or  troubleshooting  skills  normally  require  this  level  of  understanding. EXAMPLE: Synthesis   (Level  5) Synthesis  refers  to Distinguish   between   appropriate   and   inappropriate motivation    techniques. the  ability  to  reason  from  the  general  to  the  particular.  Synthesis  stresses creative  behavior  that  combines  many  parts  into  a  meaningful  whole. EXAMPLE: Prepare   self,   materials,   and   environment   to   deliver instruction. Evaluation   (Level  6) Evaluation   involves   the   ability   to   judge   the   value   of   material   based   on   defined   criteria. Learning  outcomes  of  this  category  contain  elements  of  all  the  other  cognitive  categories  in addition  to  value  judgments.  This  category  represents  the  highest  level  of  understanding  within the   cognitive   domain. EXAMPLE: Evaluate   the   effectiveness   of   another   instructor’s performance. When  using  the  objectives  in  this  domain,  you  must  make  sure  they  are  realistic.  You  must 64

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