Skill Level 1
Classify: Arrange or order by class or categories.
Complete: Add missing information/data.
Define: Give a clear and precise meaning of the word, term or concept. Describe: Present the characteristics of a particular topic. Identify: Recognize and state briefly a distinguishing fact or feature. Outline: Give a brief explanation and/or summary of the issues, principles, or arguments stated in the question.
Skill Level 2
Calculate: Give a precise numerical answer.
Comment: Write an explanation of, or commentary on, the information given in relation to a problem or issue. Compare: Describe two (or more) situations and present the similarities between them. Construct: Present a variety of information in a diagrammatic or tabular form. Contrast: Describe two (or more) situations and present the differences between them. Distinguish: Make clear the differences between two or more concepts/more. Explain: Describe, giving reasons.
Prepare: Put given data or information into a suitable business format.
Skill level 3
Analyze: Break down in order to bring out the essential elements, structure, any underlying assumptions and any interrelationships involved. Apply: Use an idea, principle or theory in relation to a problem or issue. Examine: Consider an argument or concept in a way that uncovers the assumptions and interrelationships of the issue. Interpret: Use knowledge and understanding to explain and, where appropriate, draw inferences from a given situation, problem or issue.
Skill level 4
Advice: Offer suggestions/recommendations for a potential course of action. Discuss: Offer a considered and balanced review of a particular topic. Opinions or conclusions should be presented clearly and supported by empirical evidence and sound argument. Evaluate: Make an appraisal by weighing up the strengths and limitations of different evidence and arguments. Justify: Provide evidence to support or defend a choice, decision, strategy...
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