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Cognitive and metacognitive strategies

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  • 1. By: Gina Contreras Rojas
  • 2. COGNITION: It is the power or mental capacity to process information is reached, which implies the knowledge acquired through the exercise of these mental faculties and subjective features to assess and consider certain aspects. It also relates to the abstract aspects like mind, defined as intellectual faculty, acting within the framework of thought, memory, imagination and will, in addition to the perception, reasoning, intelligence and learning. Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies
  • 3. Cognitive Skills ATTENTION: Exploration, fragmentation, and contradistractoras selection. UNDERSTANDING: Capturing ideas, underline, translation into its own language and abstract graphics, networks, diagrams and concept maps PREPARATION: Questions, metaphors and analogies, organizers and notes MEMORY / RECOVERY: Coding and response generation.
  • 4. Three aspects of the activity:  PEOPLE:(knowing you better remember the words than numbers)  TASK :(namely the organization of a text facilitates or hinders learning content)  STRATEGIES:(knowing that the realization of a is a conceptual diagram that facilitates understanding procedure Metacognitive Knowledge
  • 5. It is our ability to regulate our learning, that planning and implementing strategies to control the process and to find possible failures. SKILLS METACOGNITIVE: They are the facilitators of the quantity and quality of knowledge we have, control, direction, and their application to problem solving tasks and are classified as: Metacognition
  • 6.  PLANNING : It involves the selection of appropriate strategies and use of resources for execution.  CONTROL: Check the result of the strategies implemented, review their effectiveness, make an assessment of what we are understanding, learning or retrieving information.  EVALUATION: Refers to regulatory resources and the results of our learning and understanding.  MONITORING: Monitoring and assessment of the effectiveness of the strategy used or modification of the process in relation to the results obtained.