It deals with attitudes, liking, disliking, habits, values and feelings. It is further divided into five subgroups by Krathwohl in 1964.

1. Receiving:

(i) Receiving refers to students willingness to attend a particular phenomenon.

(ii) This is the lowest level of learning out come in affective domain.

(iii) Examples:

a) Attending classroom activities

b) Listening textbook reading

c) Listening music

2. Responding:

(i) Responding refers to active participation on the part of the students.

(ii)This involves:

a) Reading assigned material

b) Reading voluntarily

c) Reading for pleasure

(iii) These include objectives concerned with interest and enjoyment.

(iv) Examples: A student

(a) Completes assigned home work

(b) Obeys school rules
(c) Participates classroom discussions

(d) Completes laboratory work
3. Valuing:

(i) Valuing is concerned with the worth or value a student attaches to a particular object, phenomenon.

(ii) This ranges from simple acceptance of value to more complex level of commitment.

(iii) This include objectives concerned with attitude and appreciation.

(iv) Example:

a) Appreciating good literature or music

b) Appreciating science

c) Showing concern for the welfare of the other

d) Demonstrating problem solving attitude

4. Organization

(I) Organization is concerned with:

a) Bringing together different values

b) Resolving conflicts between them

c) Building internal consistent value system This include objectives concerned with development of philosophy of life.

(iii) Example:

a) Recognizing for balance between freedom and responsibility in democracy.

b) Understanding accepting own strengths and limitations.

5. Characterization:

(i) At this level, the individual has a value system that controls the behavior for a sufficiently long time to develop a characteristic life style.

(ii) Learning out come indicates typical behavior of the students.

(iii) Examples:

a) Displaying safety consciousness

b) Using objective approach in problem solving

c) Maintaining good health habits

d) Practicing co-operation in group activities.

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