State the learning objective and level of mastery for each domain in "Harlem" according to Bloom's taxonomy: cognitive, affective and psychomotor

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James Kelley eNotes educator| Certified Educator

This question really isn't yet clearly phrased. Are you wanting help designing a lesson plan centered around Hughes' short poem "Harlem" (aka "A Dream Deferred")? a lesson plan design will be determined by the age range of the students, of course.

The internet is full of sample lesson plans on Hughes, a number of which address this particuar poem. See the sample links given below. They do not often incorporate the language of Bloom's Taxonomy, but that is a easy enough task. 

Because the poem "Harlem" is very short, you will want to brainstorm about ideas on how to expand the material. A choral reading would work, with different students (or student groups) reading each separate thought in the poem aloud. Maybe some braver students would be interested in acting out the poem (particularly the words such as "shrivel" and "explode"). Maybe expanding on the poem would be the best place to start: What are some examples of "a dream deferred"? What sorts of explosions are there? etc.

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State the learning objective and level of mastery for each domain in "Harlem" according to Bloom's taxonomy: cognitive, affective and psychomotor