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Fecha: 22 de marzo de 2013

Bloom with Goldilocks Handout

by Elaine Gallagher Knowledge The recall of specific information            List the characters in the story.          What were the bears eating?          Where […]

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Knowledge

The recall of specific information

 
         List the characters in the story.
         What were the bears eating?
         Where was Goldilocks when the bears found her?
 

Comprehension

An understanding of what was read

 
         Retell the events in the story in your own words.
         Why was Goldilocks afraid of the bears?
         Why was Goldilocks sleeping in Baby Bear’s bed?
 

 Application

The using of what is understood in a new situation

 
         Tell what might have happened if you had been Goldilocks.
         Relate the story from the point of view of Baby Bear.
         Use the information in the story to build a model of the bears’ house.
 

 Analysis

The breaking down of information into parts

 
         Compare Goldilocks’ experience with that of Little Red Riding Hood’s
         Identify the parts of the story that could happen to you.
         What are all the elements in the story that indicate it is a fairy tale.
 

Synthesis

The combining of parts into something new

        
         Suppose that Goldilocks had found the home of the Three Raccoons. 
         What might have happened?
         Create a new ending for this story.
         What if Goldilocks had brought a friend to the home of the Three Bears.
         How might the story have changed?
 

Evaluation

Making a judgment about the value of something

 
         Judge whether or not Goldilocks made a good decision by running away from the bears.  Explain.
         Pretend that Goldilocks was on trial for “breaking and entering.”  Decide whether you would find her guilty.  Justify your decision.
        Evaluate Goldilocks’ behavior as a guest in the bears’ house.
 
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