How do we create a lesson plan with Bloom's taxonomy? Firstly We should analyze the knowledge of students. Next We should create a task by levels And put the collected material in the lesson plan In the first days of state practice, an experimental class was chosen. I chose that class through an English proficiency test. Class 5 "D" was chosen as the class on which the lesson plan on Bloom's taxonomy is developed. And in the 5 "G" lessons will be based on the traditional lesson plan. This is because the performance of class "D" was lower than that of class "G". For this reason, I chose the class with the lowest score. These are the types of methods used at different levels of Bloom's taxonomy, and the method used here shows a small number of approaches. The numbers at the bottom of this page are graded by level During the first lesson, which was based on Bloom's taxonomy lesson plan, interesting tasks were used. But it was difficult for the students during the analysis task. The following diagram is an indication of the actual grades they received during the lesson. Number of students with low grades 4 Number of students with average marks 7 The following diagram shows the results of the last 2 weeks of Bloom's taxonomy lesson plan. 3 students with low grades Student with average grade 6 Number of students with the highest marks 3 If we compare the indicators, there is a big difference between the first lesson and the result after 2 weeks. One noticeable thing is the increase in the number of students who received high marks. Now a threshold showing the results of two classes in 1 month. First, let's compare the performance of 5 "G" classes with the traditional lesson plan for this 1 month. This is an approximate level of English knowledge among students. Comparing with the results at the beginning, you can see that the number of students in the Elementari level fell by 3, there were 7 became 3. If you compare the results of the class in which the Bloom taxonomy plan was used, you can see that the number of students in Elementary increased, there were 6 became 9. And it should be borne in mind that students who were at the zero level rose to the beginner level, at the zero level there were 3 became 0 In conclusion, the development of a lesson plan based on Bloom's taxonomy has a special place in foreign language teaching. I had a lot of difficulties in creating a lesson plan, for example, to create tasks by levels, that is, the idea does not always come. However, the peculiarity of creating a lesson plan on Bloom's taxonomy is that the teacher knows the results of the lesson in advance. And students show the same result in class.