1. Cognitive: Knowledge (most basic level), Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation (highest level)
2. Affective: learning objectives concerning interests, attitudes, feelings
a. receiving phenomena
b. responding to phenomena = learner's active attention to stimuli such as acquiescence, willing responses, and feelings of satisfaction.
3. Psychomotor: motor skills: reflex, flex, stretch, extend, tense.
c. guided response
e. complex overt response