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35 It is reasonable to assume that “acquire” means that pupils will identify, interpret and classify knowledge, which in the taxonomy is labeled as to understand, and also to internalize the knowledge and remember it. 36 Knowledgedimension Facts Concepts Procedures Metacognitive Processes Cognitive processes and responses Remembering UnderApplying Analysing Assessing/ Createing standing Evaluateing Events, Draw Skills, Use, Familiarity, Review, Gestalts, conclusions, knowledge, Pupils’ interpret Phenomena, Independent Take action questions and evaluate Frame of thinking, and exert and new sources Reference Understand influence knowledge oneself Use concepts Draw Resolve conclusions, conflicts, Reflect on Exert how history influence is used (Study skills) (Study skills) Review, interpret and evaluate sources Constructive, contextual and functional knowledge Similarities are written in the table in regular typeface and differences are written in italics.
74. S. et al. TIMSS 2007, Skolverket, 2009, pp. 23–28 and Thullberg, 2010, pp. 124–125. The review identified the knowledge expressions to be used in syllabi and in the local grading criteria that each school would establish extremely divergent and unclear. 29 Criticism was also directed toward the curricula as being divided up into overall goals and achievement objectives. The former were often very ambitious aims. The latter could be likened to requirements more than objectives and usually made up the regular managing of the content and instruction in the different subjects.
35 34 Further examples are given by Pupils I:1:6, I:1:22, I:1:18 and III:1:19. 35 Pupil I:1:9. Also Pupils I:1:4, III:1:10, and III:1:12. 53 Criticism also appears from a handful of pupils, as is stated in an example below: Mostly with the book, but I do not learn much from that. We get an assignment of about eight pages that one should know, but that is nothing I learn from. Maybe just then, but two weeks later I have forgotten most of it. ” One of the pupils talks about an aspect that does not appear in any other answer.