A River Runs Through It: Blooms Taxonomy
Designed for teachers who use Norman Maclean's autobiographical A River Runs Through It, this one-page resource offers discussion question structured using Bloom's Taxonomy.
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- Introduce class members to Bloom's Taxonomy, have them create one of each type of question, and have them present the questions for class discussion
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- A good, but not great, film version is available
- Answer are suggested for each level of questions
- Beware the typos
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