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What is “Bloom’s Taxonomy” primarily used for?

What is “Bloom’s Taxonomy” primarily used for?
a) Classifying levels of intellectual behavior in learning
b) Identifying types of plants
c) Measuring physical fitness
d) Categorizing emotional responses

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Answer: a) Classifying levels of intellectual behavior in learning

Explanation: Bloom’s Taxonomy is a framework for categorizing educational goals and objectives into levels of complexity and specificity. It is used to design curriculum, assessments, and instructional methods.

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