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Published on March 13, 2014

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COGNITIVE AND METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIES By: Gloria Inés Arias Vergara

COGNITIVE STRATEGIES The cognitive strategies are like a way to make easy the learning. We are students and we use a lot of strategies to learn. Some of these strategies or techniques are: Note-taking. Contextualization. Question for clarification We can use these strategies to any branch of knowledge.

Cognitive strategies

METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIES It is the knowledge that the student acquires in his learning process, this is important because at this time, the student gain skills used for planning, monitoring, and evaluate the learning activity.

METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIES Directed attention Selective attention Self-monitoring Self-evaluation Self-reinforcement

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