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Instructional Objectives - l (in Hindi )
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Talvir Singh
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Kruskal's Time Complexity :- O(ElogE) or O(ElogV) where E is the no. edges and V is the no. of Vertices Huffman's Time Complexity :- O(nlogn) where n is the no. of unique characters
Sweta Kumari
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  4. Bloom's Classification of Teaching and Instructional Objectives

  5. According to this classification, instructional objectives fall under one of the following three categories: 1. Cognitive domain 2. Affective domain . 3. Psychomotor domain

  6. 1. Cognitive domain: It is related to development of intellectual capability (i.e., thinking or knowledge); it is the core learning domain. The other domains (i.e., affective, and psychomotor) require at least some cognitive components.

  7. It functions at six levels, which are as follows: (a) Knowledge: It is basically about recalling information or contents. (b) Comprehension: It is the ability to grasp the meaning of a material. (c) Application: It converts abstract knowledge into practice.

  8. (d) Analysis: It involves breaking down a communication into its constituent parts in such a manner that relationship of ideas is understood better. (e) Synthesis: It is basically about combining the constituent parts to make it a whole. It is antonym of analysis. (f) Evaluation: It involves judgement made about the value of methods and materials for particular purposes.