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Affective and Psychomotor domains

The affective domain is one that is closely related to attitudes and values. Some scientists explain that a person's attitude can be known to change if a person masters a high cognitive domain. The characteristics of people who learn effectively will be seen in students in their behavior. For example, such as attention to lessons in class, discipline, motivation to learn, an attitude of respect for the teachers and their friends.
Affective and Psychomotor domains

There are several categories in the affective domain:
1. Receiving / attending / receiving / paying attention.
2. Responding / responding.
3. Valuing / assessment.
4. Organization / organization.

The following is a further explanation of the affective domain:
1. Receiving / attending / receiving / paying attention is a level of ability which requires students to be more sensitive to certain phenomena or stimuli around them. This sensitivity begins with the behavior to receive and pay attention

Examples of receiving / receiving learning activities are:
• Listen to music often
• Read poetry often
• It's nice to sing a song

2. Responding / responding is a level of ability in which students are required to not only be sensitive to just one phenomenon. However, students here are also required to show active attention by doing something with or challenges the phenomenon of agreeing, satisfied responding (listening).

Examples of Respondent learning activities / responding:
• Obey the rules
• Work on assignments
• Express feelings
• Respond to opinions
• Apologize for an error
• Reconciling people who fight.

3. Valuing / assessment is a level where in this level students are required to be able to assess an object phenomenon and behavior. The level here is that the first student receives, likes and then shows commitment to a value.

Example learning activities / rating:
• Appreciate art
• Show concern
• Show reasons
• Glad to collect goods

4. Organization / organization is a level that requires students to unite different values, solve problems, form a value system

Examples of learning activities for organizations / organizations:
• Be diligent, on time
• Self-discipline in working independently
• Discuss ways to resolve conflicts between friends

Psychomotor domains
Psychomotor domain is the ability possessed by students associated with a body movement and its parts, ranging from simple movements to complex or complex movements. Changes in every movement that is at least 30 minutes for each movement.

The verb used must be in accordance with the respective skill groups:
1. Muscular or motor skills, including showing motion, showing results, jumping, moving and displaying.
2. Manipulation of materials or subjects, including repairing, arranging, cleaning, sliding, moving and forming
3. Neuromuscular coordination, including observing applying, connecting, holding, integrating, installing, cutting, pulling, and using.
Based on the bloom's taxonomy, students' abilities can be classified into two namely high level and low level. Which is included in the low level capability that consists of knowledge, understanding and application. As for what is included in the high-level capabilities that include analysis, synthesis, evaluation, and creativity. Therefore students' activities in memorization are included in the low level of ability

Viewed from the way of thinking, the ability to think at a higher level is divided into two, namely critical thinking and creative thinking. Creative thinking is the ability to make generalizations by combining, changing, repeating the existence of these ideas. Then there is also critical thinking, namely the ability of students to rationalize something and be able to provide an assessment of something. The low ability of students to think, even can only memorize, it can not be separated from the habits of teachers in conducting evaluations or assessments that only measure low levels of ability through paper and pencil test.

Students will have the ability to think at a high level if they are not given the opportunity to develop it and are not directed to it.