Design Lessons Obiectives with reference To Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational objectives Case of study: Secondary school teachers in Khenchela

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Abstract Bloom’s taxonomy is a classification system used to define and distinguish different levels of human cognition, thinking, learning, and understanding,it is diveded to three domains: The cognitive domain refers to the student’s ability to think and use their brain power wich devided into six levels level knowledge, comprehension, application ,analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The psychomotor domain is the learning and combination of oldand new skills that involve physical movements , and The Affective domain Includes background information, definitions ,and the ability to resolve conflict and their emotional stability and growth.Because of the effectiveness of bloom’s taxonomy in designing leeson plan objectives, we based our research on it to know wheather teachers give it an importance in teaching or not and how they use it .In the first chapter with its two parts we talkled about Bloom’s taxonomy and lesson planning and importance of the taxonomy on writingg effective lesson plan objectives ,than the second chapter we discuss our two tools of investegation that we used to acheive our aim of this study ,which are a questionnaire addressed to secondary schools teachers in Khenchela and an analysis to their teaching cards,after the results we got, we find that teachers use Bloom’s taxonomy as a reference to write lesson plan objectives ;that’s confirmed our hypothesis.