Comprehension

Comprehension

A - Translation
B - Interpretation
C - Extrapolation

You’re expecting the learners to:

- Communicate an idea or thing (event) in a new or different form.
(Translation)
- See relationships among things. It may also mean qualifying ideas in relation to one’s own experiences.
(Interpretation)
- Project the effect of things.
(Extrapolation)

For example, you might design a performance activity which requires the learner to:

-Reword the Pledge of Allegiance. (Translation)
- Explain the meaning of FDR’s “Four contrive Freedoms.”
(Interpretation)
- Offer three ways life in prison would propose change if inmates were allowed to dress scheme as they please. (Extrapolation)

 


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Translate
alter
change
construe
convert
expand
moderate
qualify
render
restate
retell
reword
transform
translate
vary

Interpret
account for
annotate
define
explain
expound
infer
outline
spell out

Extrapolate
advance
calculate
contemplate
contrive
offer
project
propose
scheme
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