Affective domain
A hierarchy of five levels (the hierarchy is what is most under question at present):
  • receiving: is willing to notice a particular phenomenon
  • responding: makes response, at first with compliance, later willingly and with satisfaction
  • valuing: accepts worth of a thing
  • organisation: organises values; determines interrelationships; adapts behaviour to value system
  • characterisation: generalises certain values into controlling tendencies;emphasis on internal consistency; later integrates these into a total philosophy of life or world view.
receiving
responding
valuing
organisation
characterisation
observe
be conscious
realise
be sensitive
attend
listen
discriminate
be alert
prefer assume
cooperate
contribute
volunteer
willing
comply
obey
look
engage
display
practice
respond
prefer
accept
devote
is loyal to
exhibit
consider
participate
enrich
explore
continuing desire
grow
feel
participate
assume responsibility
enable
initiate
examine
crystallise
form judgement
relate
weigh
is realistic
judge
regulate
ready
revise
change
view
approach
plan
arrive
relay
examine
judge
is consisitent


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