When you design TASKS you have to take into account the thinking skills involved (see 4Cs & COGNITION in the CLIL handout).
Benjamin Bloom (1956) and a group of colleagues divided thinking skills into LOTS and HOTS and identified three domains of educational activities. In the nineties Lorin Anderson, a former student of Bloom, revisited the cognitive domain and made some changes>>>he changed the names in the six categories from noun to verb forms and rearranged them (see the highest thimking skills).
You can read more here: BLOM'S TAXONOMY OF LEARNING DOMAINS. The verbs in each level can be useful in the design of tasks. Anothe r very interesting source if you HERE
More on BLOOM'S TAXONOMY REVISED (you may use these verbs to create TASKS!)
Source: EDUCATIONAL ORIGAMI