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Paraphrasing or stating in your own words what you learned demonstrates which critical thinking skill in Bloom's taxonomy? A. Knowledge B. Application C. Synthesis D. Comprehension
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User: Paraphrasing or stating in your own words what you learned demonstrates which critical thinking skill in Bloom's taxonomy? A. Knowledge B. Application C. Synthesis D. Comprehension

Weegy: B. Application
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User: Bloom's taxonomy was developed as a(n): A. research methodology. B. problem-solving strategy. C. evaluation of critical thinking skills. D. concept mapping tool.

Weegy: C. evaluation of critical thinking skills.
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