|“To comprehend and express the meaning or significance of a wide variety of experiences, situations, data, events, judgements, conventions, beliefs, rules, procedures or criteria” Interpretation Evaluation Analysis.
“To identify the intended and actual inferential relationships among students, questions, concepts, descriptions or other forms of representation intended to express beliefs, judgements, experiences, reasons, information, or opinions” Self-regulation Analysis Explanation.
“To assess the credibility of statements or other representations which are accounts or descriptions of a person’s perception, experience, situation, judgement, belief, or opinion; and to assess the logical strength of the actual or intend inferential relationships among statements, descriptions, questions, or other forms of representation” Evaluation Interpretation Self-regulation.
“To identify and secure elements needed to draw reasonable conclusions; to form conjectures and hypotheses; to consider relevant information and to educe the consequence flowing from data, statements, principles, evidence, judgements, beliefs, opinions, concepts, descriptions, questions, or other forms of representation.” Evaluation Inference Explanation.
“To state the results of one’s reasoning; to justify that reasoning in terms of the evidential, conceptual, methodological, criteriological and contextual considerations upon which one’s results were based; and to present one’s reasoning in the form of cogent arguments”. Analysis Interpretation Explanation.
“Self-consciously to monitor one’s cognitive activities, the elements used in those activities, and the results educed, particularly by applying skills in analysis and evaluation to one’s own inferential judgements with a view toward questioning, confirming, validating, or correcting either one’s reasoning or one’s results”. Self-regulation Interpretation Evaluation.
Analysis Presenting arguments Examining ideas Assessing claims.
Interpretation Querying evidence Drawing conclusions Decoding significance.
Evaluation Assessing arguments Stating results self-correction.
Inference Stating results Clarifying meaning Drawing conclusions.
Explanation Justifying procedures Assessing claims Categorization.
Self-regulation Self-examination Assessing arguments Examining ideas.
Self-regulation Identifying arguments Assessing claims Self-examination.
Explanation Presenting arguments Assessing arguments Analyzing arguments.
Inference Categorization Conjecturing alternatives Identifying arguments.
Evaluation Assessing claims Self-examination Clarifying meaning.
Analysis Examining ideas Self-examination Drawing conclusions.
Interpretation Decoding significance Stating results Justifying procedures.
Interpretation Stating results Decoding significance Analyzing arguments.
Analysis Identifying arguments Conjecturing alternatives Assessing claims.
Evaluation Categorization Stating results Assessing claims.
Inference Querying evidence Stating results Self-correction.
Explanation Identifying arguments Justifying procedures Self-correction.
Self-regulation Categorization Self-correction Assessing arguments.