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Gagne's 5 Categories (Domains) of Learning by Mind Map: Gagne's 5 Categories
(Domains) of
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Gagne's 5 Categories (Domains) of Learning

Verbs to Use: Adapt, Create Originate

2. Behavioral component (behaviors or acts that results from a person’s feeling)

An internal process by which the learners plans, controls, and monitors his/her won ways of thinking and learning, including Inventing or selecting a particular mental process to solve a problem or accomplish a task.

Defined Concept: Classify, Categorize, Sort, Organize

Identifying a granny smith apple from a rome apple is an example of intellectual skills - defined concept

Example: Demonstrate the procedure in changing the oil in a car

Rules may be of two types: relational rules (principles) and procedural rules(procedures).

Verbs to Use: Demonstrate

Concepts are: things that are grouped together based on common characteristics.

Example: Apples are grouped by their color, type, size, etc.

Defined concepts cannot be perceived directly through senses, and have meaning only from illustrations, indirect experiences, definitions, and other verbal descriptions.

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Concrete Concept - Classifying things by their physical features alone, using senses.

Verbs to Use:

Concrete Concept: Identify, Name, Specify, Label

Problem Solving

Problem Solving: Applying a complex procedure or rule (or multiple simple rules) to solve a problem or accomplish a task.

Example: Generate a lesson plan using the direct instruction approach.

Verbs to Use: Generate, Develop, Solve

Verbal Knowledge

Recalling information or previously learned knowledge. Facts,

Verbs to Use: List, State, Recall, Describe, Recite, Retell

Intellectual

Rules

Concepts

Motor Skills: something you would do with your body using muscles.

Verbs to Use: Execute, Perform, Carry Out

Attitude: three components

1. Affective component (positive and negative feelings)

Verbs to Use: Choose

c. Cognitive component (persons knowledge about how to do something and rewards or consequences

Cognitive Strategies